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Environmental Cleanup and Water QualityAdvanced
Superfund Conference

CERCLA & Oregon Cleanup Law

Liability & Apportionment
Costs of Investigation & Remediation
Benefits of Development
Creating a Cost/Benefit Balance
Moving Projects Forward...

January 30, 2019
World Trade Center Two
Portland, Oregon

     
8:30-8:50   Registration & Continental Breakfast
     
8:50-9:00   Welcome and Conference Overview
      HOLLY DUNCAN
Environmental Law Education Center

Liability, Costs, Apportionment
   
9:00-9:30 FACILITATING THE ALLOCATION PROCESS
    National Trends, Best Practices, and a View to the Future
    Financial Models for Funding Contaminated Sediment Cleanup
    Quantifying the Redevelopment Benefits
     
 

Philip Spadaro
TIG Environmental

   
9:30-10:00 LIABILITY
    Who is Liable under State and Federal Superfund Laws?
    Who Should pay for Historical Environmental Contamination?
     
 

J.W. Ring
Ring Bender LLP

   
10:00-10:30 REMEDIATION COSTS
    The Real Cost of Sediment Remediation
    Recent Remedy Decisions and EPA Cost Policies, Guidance, and Practice
     
 

Loren Dunn
Beveridge & Diamond

 

10:30-11:00 Break

 
Remediation and Redevelopment
   
11:00-11:30 BROWNFIELDS AND REDEVELOPMENT
    Benefits from Successful Remediation & Redevelopment Projects
    Case study: South Waterfront - Zidell
     
 

James Maul, RG, LG
Maul Foster & Alongi

       
11:30-12:00 PORTLAND HARBOR
    Progress Report on 2018 and Goals for 2019
     
 

Kevin Parrett, PhD
Northwest Region Cleanup Manager
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

 

12:00-1:00 LUNCH (Provided)


 
Case Studies
   
1:00-1:30 SCAPPOOSE BAY: Armstrong World Industries, St. Helens
    Balancing the Costs and Benefits and Selecting the Remedial Action
     
 

Sarah Greenfield, P.E.
Northwest Region Cleanup Program
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

   
1:30-2:00 COLUMBIA SLOUGH
    Retrospective: >25 Years of Data - What is it telling us?
     
 

Rod Struck, R.G.
Columbia Slough Sediment Program Manager
City of Portland, Bureau of Environmental Services

   
2:00-2:30 WILLAMETTE RIVER
    Willamette River Downtown Reach Remediation at Two Sites
    Challenges and Lessons Learned for Future Actions.
     
 

Chris Bozzini, P.E.
Manager, Cleanup & Terrestrial Group
Portland General Electric Company

 

2:30-3:00 Break

 
Speaker & Audience Discussion
   
3:00-4:30 PANEL DISCUSSION: How to make the transition from investigation and allocation to remediation and redevelopment.
    MODERATOR:
     
 

Philip Spadaro
TIG Environmental

    PANELISTS:
     
 

Kevin Parrett, PhD
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

   
     
 

JW Ring
Ring Bender LLP

   
     
 

Loren Dunn
Beveridge & Diamond

   
     
 

James Maul
Maul Foster & Alongi

   
 

 

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