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ERM's Problem Sites Series: Contaminated Sediment Strategies


October 1, 2009

Environmental Resources Management (ERM) is sponsoring a series of one-day seminars dealing with the management of Problem Sites. Problem Sites are those sites that demand extraordinary effort to understand and manage. Often these sites may seem to have no answer or end in site. There are a number of factors which can elevate environmental liabilities to the level of problem sites, requiring careful consideration and often considerable investigation or engineering effort. There are two key factors for Problem Sites: type of geology and type and/or level of contamination.

Please join experienced sediment leaders from ERM, Exponent, and the University of Maryland, along with your peers, to share your experiences and evaluate new approaches and strategies to optimize the execution and outcome of these challenging projects.

Thursday, October 30, 2008
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Hyatt Regency Princeton - Princeton, New Jersey

For more information and to register, please click here.