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2013 SOURCE CONTROL CONFERENCE
The Intersection of Environmental Cleanup and Water Quality
Advanced SedimentsCERCLA and Clean Water Act

Sediment Remediation | Stormwater Management and Permitting | Upland and In-Water Source Control | Portland Harbor

September 20, 2013
World Trade Center
Portland, Oregon

 

     
8:30-9:00   Registration and Continental Breakfast
       
9:00   Welcome, Introductions & Conference Kick-off
     
  HOLLY DUNCAN
Environmental Law Education Center

FEDERAL AND STATE IMPLEMENTATION AND COORDINATION
9:00-9:30 CERCLA and Clean Water Act – EPA Policies, Priorities and Implementation
    State and Federal Coordination on Environmental Cleanup and Water Quality
    Latest Implementation Strategies and Updates in Oregon
    Sediment Remediation at the Portland Harbor - Source Control and Stormwater
     
 

Anthony Barber, Director
Oregon Operations Office, Region 10
US Environmental Protection Agency

       
9:30-10:00 Coordinating Environmental Cleanup, Source Control and Water Quality Programs in Oregon
    State Priorities and Resources
    Implementation of Water Quality and Remediation Programs in Oregon's Regional Offices
    Report from the 2013 Oregon Legislative Session
     
  Dick Pedersen, Director
Oregon Department of Environmental
       

10:00-10:30 Break

 
INDUSTRY & MUNICIPALITY PERSPECTIVES, AND LEGAL UPDATE
10:30-11:00 Convergence of the Clean Water Act and CERCLA in the Portland Harbor
    One Industry's Experience with Environmental Compliance and a Superfund Listing
    Challenges in Syncing Stormwater Permit Compliance and Source Control Efforts
     
 

Alan Sprott, Vice President
Vigor Industrial

       
11:00-11:30 Source Control at Urban Megasites - Lessons Learned from Portland Harbor
    Challenges in Preventing Sediment Recontamiantion
    Coordination of Municipal, State and Federal Programs
     
  Dawn Sanders, Portland Harbor Superfund Program
Bureau of Environmental Services, City of Portland
       
11:30-12:00 Attorneys' Checklist for Source Control and Remedy Implementation
    CERCLA Removal and Remedial Action Authorities, Orders and Agreements
    Clean Water Act, ESA and Other Permitting or Compliance Requirements
     
  Patty Dost, Pearl Legal Group
       

12:00-1:00 Lunch (PROVIDED)

 
PORTLAND HARBOR SOURCE CONTROL AND STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
1:00-1:30 Contaminated Sediment and Stormwater Management
    Overview of Portland Harbor and Objectives of Stormwater Loading Analysis
    Sampling Methods and Loading Calculations
    Input into Chemical Fate and PCB Bioaccumulation Model
     
  Amanda Shellenberger, Anchor QEA
       
1:30-2:00 Sediment Remediation and Its Intersection with the CWA
    Resolution of Conflicts between CERCLA and CWA in Managing Stormwater
    Case Study: Arkema in the Portland Harbor
    In-Water Early Action, Upland Source Control actions
     
  David Livermore, Integral Consulting Inc.
       

2:00-2:15 Break

 
BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES - PREVENTING CONTAMINATION
AND RECONTAMINATION
2:15-2:45 Best Management Practices During Sediment Remedy Implementation
    BMPs for Upland Source Control, Sediment Cap Installation and Dredging During Remedy Implementation
    Factors to Consider During In-Water Remedy
    Contaminant Sources from Uplands and In-Water
     
  Erik Bakkom, Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc.
       
2:45-3:15 Oregon Department of Transportation - Stormwater Management Initiative
    Source Control and Stormwater Management from Highway Runoff
    BMPs to Reduce Pollutants and their Negative Impacts
     
  William B. Fletcher, Water Quality/Resources Program Coordinator
Oregon Department of Transportation
       

3:15-3:30 Break

 
3:30-4:00 Navigating the Complexities of Overlapping Authorities
    Portland Harbor Case Study
    Stormwater Source Control at a Superfund Site
     
  Joan Snyder, Stoel Rives LLP
       
4:00-4:30 Panel discussion:
    Integrating Compliance with Environmental Cleanup and Water Quality Laws, Regulations and Permits
     
 
Alexandra Liverman, Portland Harbor Stormwater Coordinator, Oregon DEQ
Lian Jewell, Environmental Manager, Vigor Industrial
Joan Snyder, Stoel Rives
Dawn Sanders, City of Portland
       
 

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