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The Evolving Remediation Landscape

Legacy contamination, new pollutants, new technologies, new science, and new regulations create a continually evolving framework for cleanup professionals. Meanwhile, putting publicly owned brownfields back into use requires creative strategies and new resources. This technical conference brings it all together.

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Featuring a Trade Show with the region's top remediation service and technical solution providers.

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Staying at the Forefront of Change

The Northwest Remediation Conference connects cleanup professionals, regulators, and property owners to increase knowledge, share best practices, build relationships, and connect you to the solutions providers you and your clients need.

An Agenda That Keeps You Informed

  • - Remediation Technologies & Techniques
  • - Science & Regulation
  • - Brownfield Redevelopment

Morning Keynote Panel:

Jim Pendowski, Manager, Toxics Cleanup Program, Washington State Department of Ecology

Russell Olsen, Executive Director, Washington State Pollution Liability Insurance Agency

Lunch Keynote:

Nick Zentner, Professor of Geology, Central Washington University

 

Why Attend

  • Keep up-to-date on developments in remediation technology and science.
  • Learn about new and upcoming regulatory changes.
  • Expand your understanding of brownfield redevelopment strategies.
  • Meet and network with leading experts, colleagues, potential partners, and clients.

Who Should Attend

  • Environmental engineers, consultants, attorneys, and remediation experts.
  • Local government and economic development staff.
  • Environmental regulators.
  • Property owners and developers.

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