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EnviroPolitics for November 16, 2015



Environmental seminars, forums, education, networking and social opportunities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York & Delaware 



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November 16, 2015
U.S. Forest Service Road-Stream Design Passage Workshop
State College, Pa
The U.S. Forest Service and its partners are hosting a workshop to provide training on a Stream Simulation Design Approach for Providing Aquatic Organism Passage at Road-Stream Crossings. The 4.5 day workshop will teach participants the necessary skills to design road-stream crossing structures that provide unimpeded fish and other aquatic organism passage through the structure, restore natural channel characteristics and fluvial processes through the structure, and maximize the long-term stability of the structure. Other partners in presenting this workshop are: National AOP Design Cadre, Eastern Regional Office, Allegheny National Forest; USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service; Trout Unlimited; and The Nature Conservancy. Click Here for more background on the techniques involved.  For more information, visit the Workshop webpage, or contact Dan McKinley, U.S. Forest Service, by sending email to: dmckinley@fs.fed.us.


November 17, 2015
2015 PA Recycling Industries Congress 
Hosted by the PA Waste Industries Association and the PA Recycling Markets Center 
8 a.m. to 3: p.m.
Capitol Building 
Harrisburg, Pa.


November 17, 2015 

Pennsylvania Environmental Quality Board Meeting
9 a.m.
Room 105 Rachel Carson Building
Harrisburg, Pa


November 17, 2015
DCNR's Fall Grant Workshop      
Aldie Mansion, Doylestown, Pa
9 a.m. to Noon 
The Historic Aldie Mansion
85 Old Dublin Pike
Doylestown, PA

The workshop is designed to help applicants develop project ideas and prepare to submit grant applications to the Pa Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Community Conservation Grant Program, which opens January 20, 2016 and closes April 13, 2016 at 4 p.m. BRC staff will be on hand to deliver a power point presentation covering current program priorities, eligible project categories, funding sources, technical project considerations, the application process and tips on positioning your community recreation, conservation, or acquisition project for success.  Break-out sessions will be held at the conclusion of the power point presentation where participants can learn more in-depth information concerning their particular project interest:  community park planning; community park development; or land acquisition.  Workshop attendees will have opportunities to ask questions and network with BRC staff and their municipal, non-profit, and community volunteer colleagues. These workshops are provided in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society



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November 20, 2015
LSRP Obligations, Requirements & Use of Professional Judgment 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Montclair State University - CELS Building     
30 Normal Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey                   
With the advent of the Site Remediation Form Act in 2009, the process of remediating sites in NJ has been reinvented.  Now, a team consisting of the remediating party and an LSRP can remediate a site with minimal involvement of the NJDEP.  This process imposes obligations on both parties and, in order to affect an efficient remediation, it is important that each of the two parties understand their respective obligations under the law.  This program is designed for both the responsible party and the licensed site remediation professional. This half-day course is designed to discuss the significant responsibilities associated with the SRRA law and will include those individuals who have not been routinely involved in LSRP matters, but now find themselves being able to benefit from this program.  For more information

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November 26, 2015
Pennsylvania House Environmental Resources & Energy Committee
Information meeting on PADEP's Chapter 78 & 78A drilling regulations
9 a.m.
Room 140
Main Capitol
Harrisburg, Pa



November 26, 2015
EPA Brownfields Workshop
EPA Southce
ntral Regional Office
909 Elmerton Avenue
Harrisburg, Pa







December 3, 2014
New Jersey Highlands Council
4 p.m.
100 North Road (Route 513)
Chester, New Jersey.
(908) 879-6737





December 4, 2015
Hot Topics Seminar Series: Co-Sponsored by Commerce & Industry Association 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Montclair State University - University Hall
30 Normal Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey       
Learn the latest and greatest information about the ever changing environmental issues that affect your business and bottom dollar. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the current trends, technical advances and regulatory updates in this half-day interactive credit bearing seminar that is team taught by NJ's top environmental experts. This is an excellent opportunity to learn new information while receive continuing education credits.  In addition, you will have an opportunity to network with your colleagues and instructors at the buffet lunch provided at the conclusion of the seminar. Mark your calendar, this session’s topic and course information will be posted on the CEEP website. More information


December 11, 2015
Basics of Site Specific Risk Assessment in New Jersey 8 a.m.
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Montclair State University - CELS Building                             
30 Normal Avenue, Montclair, New Jersey
This one-day program will look at opportunities for applying site specific risk assessment techniques under NJDEP’s regulatory framework for site remediation. The focus of this course will be on assessing human health impacts through the development and application of Alternative Remediation Standards through Site Specific Risk Assessment techniques allowed under the Site Remediation Program.  Basics on understanding Risk Assessment and Risk Management and New Jersey’s Remediation Standard Legislative Framework will be reviewed. The program will include focus on NJDEP Alternative Remediation Standards Processes for various exposure pathways.  In addition, applying the Conceptual Site Model to assess potential exposure pathways will be highlighted.  For more information
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