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Environmental Cleanup and Water Quality2018
Superfund, Source Control & Sediments

Conference

  • Preventing Sediment Contamination & Recontamination
  • CERCLA – CWA – State Superfund
  • Willamette River Sediments
  • Dredging and Disposal
  • Maintenance & Remediation Dredging
  • Recontamination Assessments
  • Portland Harbor Updates

September 12, 2018
World Trade Center
Portland, Oregon

     
8:00-8:30   Registration & Continental Breakfast
     
8:30   Welcome and Conference Kick-Off
      HOLLY DUNCAN
Environmental Law Education Center

Economic Strength and Environmental Cleanup
   
8:30-9:00 OREGON UPDATES
    Priorities of Governor Kate Brown
    Public Health, Family Wage Jobs, Economic Health and Environmental Cleanup
     
 

JIM McKENNA
Portland Harbor Policy Analyst
Office of Governor Kate Brown

   
9:00-9:30 PORT OF PORTLAND
    Economic Revitalization and Environmental Contamination
    Moving Forward to a Responsible, Collaborative Solution on the Portland Harbor
     
 

TERESA JACOBS
Assistant General Counsel
Port of Portland

 

9:30-9:45 Break

 
Legal & Regulatory Updates
   
9:45-10:15 CERCLA, CWA, State Superfund, Source Control & Contaminated Sediments
    Important Legal Issues & Updates
    How do all the legal and regulatory pieces fit together?
     
 

POLLY HAMPTON
Perkins Coie, LLP

       
10:15-10:45 SEDIMENT, SOURCE CONTROL & STORMWATER
    Importance of Considering Climate Change for Remedy Selection
    Timely Issues You Need to be Thinking About
     
 

BRENDAN ROBINSON, PE
ERM

 

10:45-11:00 Break


 
State and Local Collaboration to Prevent Sediment Recontamination
   
11:00-11:30 OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    Sediment Site Recontamination: Leveraging National Policies and Cross-Program Coordination
    Portland Harbor Upland Source Control & Recontamination Updates
     
 

ALEXANDRA LIVERMAN
Portland Harbor Stormwater Coordinator
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

       
11:30-12:00 CITY OF PORTLAND
    Environmental Cleanup, Stormwater Management, Source Control and Clean Water Act Programs
    Determining the Best Regulatory Tools
     
 

DAWN SANDERS
Bureau of Environmental Services
City of Portland

 

12:00-1:00 LUNCH (Provided)


 
Dredging & Characterizing Sediment
   
1:00-1:30 DREDGED MATERIAL & SEDIMENT EVALUATION FRAMEWORK (SEF)
    SEF for the Pacific Northwest
    Characterizing Dredged Material for Disposal & Clean Water Act Purposes
     
 

JAMES A. HOLM
Sediment Quality Team
Biologist & PSET Lead Waterways Maintenance, Channels and Harbors
US Army Corps of Engineers - Portland District

   
1:30-2:00 DETERMINING WHETHER SEDIMENTS ARE CONTAMINATED
    CERCLA Overlay on SEF Dredge Material Evaluations
    Case Studies & Implications
     
 

SARAH GREENFIELD, PE
Portland Harbor In-Water Project Coordinator
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

 

2:00-2:15 Break

 
Dredging Methods and Sediment Disposal
   
2:15-2:45 REMEDIATION DREDGING METHODS (RDMs)
    Dredging Techniques to Limit Releases and Residuals
    Duwamish Waterway Case Study – Dredging PDB Impacted Sediment
     
 

PAUL FUGLEVAND
Dalton Olmsted & Fuglevand, Inc.

   
2:45-3:15 CITY OF ST. HELENS
    Developing a Dredged Material & Soil Disposal Facility
    Implications for the Portland Harbor and beyond
     
 

TED WALL, PE
Maul Foster & Alongi
&
JOHN WALSH
City Administrator
City of St. Helens

 

3:15-3:30 Break

 
Remedy Implementation & Assessing Potential for Recontamination
   
3:30-4:00 LEGAL ISSUES IN REMEDY IMPLEMENTATION
    Important Issues in Selecting & Designing a Remedy
    A Checklist of Considerations & Lessons Learned
     
 

PATTY DOST
Pearl Legal Group

   
4:00-4:45 WILLAMETTE RIVER MILE 11 East
    Assessing the Potential for Recontamination of a Remedy
    Latest Developments on the RM11E Recontamination Assessment
     
 

DAVID LIVESAY & ERIN CARROLL HUGHES
GSI Water Solutions, Inc

 

 

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