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2017 Indiana Environmental Conference Materials

Concurrent Session One

A. ISO 14001:2015: The Clock is Ticking … Twelve Months to Go
Darren Cooper, Senior Manager Plant/Environmental, TOA (USA), LLC and Robin Byers, Director of Quality Systems, Cornerstone Environmental, Health & Safety, Inc.

B. State Funding of Replacement of Lead Service Lines
Nicholas Kile, Barnes & Thornburg LLP; Matt Prine, Government Affairs Director, Indiana American Water; and Jim McGoff, COO and Director of Environmental Programs, Indiana Finance Authority

C. Air Permitting: The Process, Key Rules and Regulations and Importance of Management Involvement
Tony DeMarco, Vice President of Consulting Services, BCA Environmental Consultants

Concurrent Session Two

D. What You Need to Know About the Risks of Citizen Suits
Cheryl Gonzalez, Of Counsel and Michael Scanlon, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg LLP; and Dave Heger, Senior Counsel, AES US Services, LLC

E. Wetlands: Legal Updates and Practical Tips
Curt DeVoe, Partner, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun; Eric Ellingson, CPG, PWS, President, Earth Source, Inc.; and Jay Turner, Wetlands, Lakes, and Streams Project Manager, Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management

F. Did I Miss My Exit? Long-Term Stewardship for Vapor Intrusion
Aaron Friedrich, LPG, Senior Consultant, Environmental Resources Management

Concurrent Session Three

G. Beyond Compliance: A Case Study in Risk Management Plan (RMP) Best Practices
Trent Blake, ASP, Director, Health and Safety, Security Services and Wesley Fleming, Senior Manager, KERAMIDA

H. Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and Contingency Plan: What Are the Requirements?
Gregory Hemker, CHMM, President, EHS Technology Group

I. Navigating an Audit and Bringing Your Facility Back into Compliance
Amy Romig, Partner, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP and John Wellspring, Senior Project Manager, EHS Compliance Group, KERAMIDA

Concurrent Session Four

J. Creating an Environmental Champions Program
Alan J. Resnik, Director, Facilities and Operations Environmental Management, Cummins

K. Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) Rule Updates
Kimberly Cottrell, PE, QEP, CM, Senior Consultant, Trinity Consultants

L. Case Studies in Environmental Compliance
Brad Sugarman, Chair, Environmental Practice Group, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Concurrent Session Five

M. Getting ENVolved
Karen Cecil, Director of Global Environmental Sustainability, Cummins

N. Complying with Your Industrial Pre-Treatment Permit
Erik White, PE, President, UEG Consulting, LLC and Michael Golando, Esq., Environmental Manager, Cargill

O. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Revolution: New Rules, New Compliance Strategies
Will Gardner, Attorney, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP and John Crawford, Founder, Senior Project Manager, HW Environmental LLC

Concurrent Session Six

P. The Personal Responsibility of Officers and Directors for Civil and Criminal Violations of Environmental Law
Freedom Smith, JD, Partner and Donald M. Snemis, JD, Partner, Ice Miller LLP

Q. Lessons Learned from NPDES Stormwater Compliance Audits and Inspections
Lori Gates, CPESC, CPSWQ, CPMSM, CESSWI, Senior Project Manager, Christopher B. Burke Engineering; and Randy Braun, CPESC, CPMSM, Section Chief, Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management

R. Can You Use Help with Your Cleanup? Why You Need to Know the Latest About Indiana Insurance Coverage Law
Jeff Featherstun, Partner, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP

Concurrent Session Seven

S. WASTE Stream Mapping
Kelly Weger, RA, LEED AP, CEA, Lead Project Manager – Sustainability, Purdue Manufacturing Extension Partnership

T. What’s New in Process Safety Management (PSM): Recent Changes to the OSHA PSM and EPA Risk Management Plan (RMP) Rules and Expectations under the Trump Administration
Matthew Ring, Attorney, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

U. Divergent: How Changes at the EPA May Affect Enforcement of Environmental Laws in the States
Josh Andrews, Director, Faegre Baker Daniels Consulting; Janet McCabe, Senior Law Fellow, Environmental Law and Policy Center and former Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of Air and Radiation, USEPA; and Paul Dubenetzky, Air Programs Manager, Cornerstone EHS Consulting