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2019 Indiana Environmental Conference Materials

October 9, 2019

Below are the materials for the 2019 Indiana Environmental Conference. Click on the session title to access the materials for that session. If the session title is not linked, the materials have not yet been received from the speaker(s), unless otherwise indicated. Materials will be added as they are received.

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Opening Keynote Presentation

Environmental Policies and the Future Outlook of the Current Administration
Andrew Wheeler, Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Concurrent Session One

A. Wetlands Update/Developments in Water Regulations
Amy Romig, Partner and Curt DeVoe, Partner, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP; IDEM representative; and Ben Harvey, Cardno

B. Myth of No Further Action: Issues in Redevelopment
Douglas Zabonick, PE, Indianapolis Group Manager, Patriot Engineering

C. What is “New:” Understanding Terminology Differences Across Multiple Regulations for All Media
Christa Russell, Manager of Consulting Services, Trinity Consultants

D. RCRA Overview and Key Changes in the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvement Rule
Anthony DeMarco, Vice President of Consulting Services, BCA Environmental Consultants, LLC

Luncheon Keynote

Region 5 EPA Update
Cathy Stepp, Regional Administrator, EPA Region 5

Concurrent Session Two

E. Brownfields: Finally Starting to Take off?
Curt DeVoe, Partner, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP and Chris Abel, CHMM, Senior Manager, August Mack

F. Performing an Internal Investigation of an Environmental Release Incident or Other Non-Compliance Event
Paul Drucker, Partner, Environmental Law Department, Barnes & Thornburg LLP

G. Darwinian Remediation: The Evolution of Remedial Technologies and the Survival of the Fittest
Steve Sittler, Senior Project Manager, Patriot Engineering & Environmental Inc.

H. Conducting MACT Tune-up
Michael Zebell, PE, Principal, ERM

Concurrent Session Three

I. You’ve Conducted an Environmental Audit…Now What?
Wendy Krause, CHMM, Director of Environmental Services, Cornerstone Environmental, Health & Safety, Inc. and Mike Scanlon, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg, LLP 

J. New York Ozone Overreach Against Indiana
Skipp Kropp, Attorney, Steptoe & Johnson PLLC and Keith Bauges, IDEM

K. How Resilient Is Your Community? The Hoosier Resilience Index Can Help
Janet McCabe, Assistant Director for Policy and Implementation, and Andrea Webster, Implementation Manager, IU Environmental Resilience Institute

Concurrent Session Four

M. Get Everyone on the Same Page: Managing Multiple Sites in the Modern EHS world
Luke Jacobs, CEO, Encamp

N. Distinguishing Hazard from Risk: The Use of Applied Toxicology in Addressing Environmental Concerns
Daland Juberg, PhD., ATS, Principal, Juberg Toxicology Consulting

O. PFAS Panel
Ed Joniskan, LPG, Senior Manager, KERAMIDA Inc.; Frank Deveau, Partner, Taft; Donald Snemis, Partner, Ice Miller LLP; and Linda Lee, PhD, Professor, Purdue University. Moderator: Amy Romig, Partner, Plews Shadley.

P. IDEM Rulemaking Fee Increases
Brian Rockensuess, Chief of Staff and Nancy King, General Counsel, Office of Legal Counsel, IDEM