Contaminated Sites and Long-Term Stewardship: Meeting Obligations for Residual Contamination
Best Practices for Counsel in Implementing, Maintaining, and Enforcing LTS
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance for environmental counsel representing companies planning, implementing, maintaining, and enforcing long-term stewardships (LTS) at contaminated sites to minimize legal risks.
- Threshold criteria
- Monitoring plan
- Recording keeping, reporting requirements
- Mitigation remedies
- Management of ongoing risks
- Change of ownership and other key considerations
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What factors should counsel consider when determining which LTS tools are to be implemented?
- What steps can counsel recommend to ensure LTS measures are effective and meet current compliance requirements?
- What framework does the EPA guidance provide to ensure the requirements for implementing LTS are met?
David R. Gillay
Barnes & Thornburg
Mr. Gillay heads the Brownfields and Environmental Transactional Practice Groups and provides environmental counseling... | Read More
Mr. Gillay heads the Brownfields and Environmental Transactional Practice Groups and provides environmental counseling in connection with assessing environmentally challenged properties. Over the last decade, David has focused on the legal, regulatory, and technical impact and implications related to the vapor intrusion pathway. He also represents an influential multi-state environmental consultants’ association and works closely with leading technical experts on a wide array of environmental matters, including rapidly evolving vapor intrusion guidance. Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, he obtained an advanced environmental engineering degree and practiced as an environmental consultant on various projects across the country.Close
Mr. Hoylman has worked on more than 150 vapor intrusion projects over the past 9 years, focusing on VI mitigation and... | Read More
Mr. Hoylman has worked on more than 150 vapor intrusion projects over the past 9 years, focusing on VI mitigation and long-term risk management. He currently serves on the EPA VI Science Advisory Committee, as well as chairs the standards management committee working to develop the national VI mitigation contractor credential and ANSI VI mitigation standards. He also serves on the board of the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists and is involved with ongoing research projects regarding the economic impact of radon-induced cancer and the effectiveness of national lending guidance on multifamily radon assessments.Close
Dr. Henry Schuver, Ph.D.
Dr. Schuver led the development of a technical document on ‘Radon Lessons’ based on the scientific... | Read More
Dr. Schuver led the development of a technical document on ‘Radon Lessons’ based on the scientific observations from decades of Radon intrusion studies. He authored the national RCRA Corrective Action Environmental Indicator guidance for both Groundwater Migration and for Human Exposures. He also led the development of the 2001 Supplemental Guidance for Vapor Intrusion for RCRA EI Determinations which raised the awareness of VI exposures nationally and led to the development of the 2002 OSWER (RCRA & Superfund) draft VI guidance.Close