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Webinar Archive: LUST Corrective Action

NEIWPCC works with partners to develop training webinars aimed at a national audience in state and tribal LUST cleanup programs. The goal of NEIWPCC’s LUST corrective action training webinars is to improve LUST program performance, increase technical capability and understanding, and minimize the impact of UST releases to the environment. You can find information on our most recent training webinars below.


Risk Based Corrective Action – Unit 2 (7/18/19)

This training webinar follows our previous offering, RBCA – Unit 1, which covered the history and fundamental concepts of RBCA. As a refresher, please view Unit 1 below. For Unit 2, we discuss advanced considerations and institutional controls related to RBCA. Ravi Arulanantham returns to guide the discussion for Unit 2, and we hear perspectives from regulators in California, Colorado, and Missouri.

Speakers:

Ravi Arulanantham, Ph.D. | Senior Principal, Geosyntec Consultants 

Matthew Cohen | Professional Geologist and Chief of UST Cleanup Unit, California State Water Resources Control Board

Hannah Phillips | Environmental Protection Specialist, Colorado Department of Labor and Employment – Division of Oil and Public Safety

Laura Luther | Environmental Supervisor, Missouri Department of Natural Resources – Division of Environmental Quality

Click here to view the webinar recording.

Click here to view Ravi’s introductory slides from the webinar.

Click here to view the requested “de minimis” definition from California SWRCB.


Risk Based Corrective Action – Unit 1 (10/5/2017)

Description: Aimed at state and tribal corrective action employees, this webinar will provide participants with information on:

  • RBCA history
  • Scientific and policy concepts of RBCA
  • Pathways, receptors, other fundamental concepts
  • Consideration for determining whether to use RBCA

Webinar Recording:

Introduction to RBCA – Ravi Arulanantham (Geosyntec Consultants) and Atul Salhotra (RAM Group, Inc.)


LNAPL Conceptual Site Models (5/4/2017)

Description: Aimed at state and tribal corrective action employees, this webinar will provide participants with information on:

  • Basics of LNAPL releases and LNAPL Conceptual Site Models
  • Application of LNAPL Conceptual Site Models
  • Alternatives to LNAPL Removal
  • In Situ Chemical Treatment and other Phase Change Alternatives

Webinar Recording

Webinar Presentation:
LNAPL Conceptual Site Models – Rick Ahlers and Jeffrey McDonough, Arcadis


Emerging Cleanup Technology (9/14/2016)

Description: Aimed at state and tribal corrective action employees, this webinar will provide participants with information on:

  • High Vacuum Dual Phase Extraction
  • Activated Carbon Injection

Webinar Recording

Webinar Presentations:
High Vacuum Dual Phase Extraction – Noel Shenoi, CalClean, Inc.
Activated Carbon Injection – Tom Fox, CO Division of Oil and Public Safety; Edward Winner, KY UST Branch


Smart Characterization – The New Era of Site Investigations (7/19/2016)

Description: Aimed at state and tribal corrective action employees, this webinar will provide participants with the following:

  • Smart Characterization and Return on Investigation
  • Stratigraphic Flux
  • A new approach to NAPL Management

Webinar Recording

Webinar Presentations:
Smart Characterization – The New Era of Site Investigations – Nick Welty & Rick Ahlers, Arcadis


Effective Use of High Resolution Tools for LNAPL Cost Management (1/22/2015)

Agenda

Description: Aimed at state and tribal LUST corrective action employees, this webinar will provide participants with an overview on the effective use of high resolution tools for LNAPL cost management.

Complete webinar video

Webinar Presentations:
Effective Use of High Resolution Tools for LNAPL Cost Management – John Sohl & Roger Lamb, COLUMBIA Technologies


Methane from Biofuels (10/8/2014)

Agenda

Description: The Methane from Biofuels webinar will provide participants with an approach to evaluate the impact of methane in soil gas on the potential for vapor intrusion; hazards, concerns, and emergency response; and the potential for methane generation and transport.

Webinar Presentations:
Evaluating the Impact of Methane in Soil Gas on the Potential for Vapor Intrusion of Petroleum Hydrocarbons – George DeVaull, Shell Global Solutions US Inc.
Hazards, Concerns, and Emergency Response – Mark Toso, Minnesota PCA
Ethanol Blended Fuel Spills and Potential for Methane Generation and Transport – Bill Rixey, University of Houston


Petroleum Vapor Intrusion (6/26/2012)

Agenda

Description: The first in a series of webinars aimed at dealing with leaking underground storage tanks, the Petroleum Vapor Intrusion Webinar will provide participants with an overview of soil-gas chemistry, sampling techniques, and the science behind exclusion criteria.

Complete webinar video (38 MB zip, MPEG-4)

Webinar Presentations:
Petroleum Vapor Intrusion: Regulatory Updates – Tom Walker, EPA OUST
Evaluating the Petroleum Vapor Intrusion Pathway – Robin Davis, UT DEQ
Petroleum Vapor Intrusion: Sampling & Analytical Issues – Blayne Hartman, Hartman Environmental Geoscience
Vapor Intrusion Issues: Lessons Learned and Case Studies – Todd Ririe, BP