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For information on recent workshops and conferences, contact:
Mick Skwarok
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608-266-9263

Cleanup and redevelopment conferences and training

Consultants' Day 2015 Registration

Staff from DNR's Remediation & Redevelopment (RR) Program are available to speak at workshops, conferences and meetings in Wisconsin. If you are interested in having someone speak at your event, please contact Mick Skwarok (608-266-9263).

Upcoming seminars and workshops

February 8, 2017: Issues & Trends - Environmental Issues for Demolition – Asbestos, Lead, PCBs and More

More information coming soon

  • Time: noon - 1 p.m.
  • Join by phone: 1-855-947-8255, passcode: 6612 745#
  • Questions in advance may be sent to DNRRRComments@wisconsin.gov
  • No pre-registration required

April 12, 2017: Consultants' Day 2017

April 20 2017: Consultants' Day 2017

Previous seminars and workshops

January 11, 2017: Issues & Trends - PCB Remediation in Wisconsin: How PCB Sample Results are Used, Cleanup Options and Steps

Engineer Gary Edelstein and Policy and Technical Resources Section Chief Judy Fassbender provide an overview of PCBs in Wisconsin, including a discussion of the “One Cleanup Program” agreement between DNR and EPA. When PCB contamination is discovered at a cleanup site, Federal Toxic Substances and Control Act (TSCA) requirements can apply. The approach to cleanup may differ from that of sites governed only by Wisconsin’s NR 700 process, but WDNR has an agreement with EPA to lead the cleanup at many TSCA regulated sites. The presentation outlines what Responsible Parties need to do when PCBs are discovered and how to work with DNR and EPA to conduct the cleanup in the most efficient and cost-effective way.

The presentation is available on the RR Program training library.

December 7, 2016: Issues & Trends - Hazardous Waste Determinations and Management Options at Remediation Sites in Wisconsin

Gary Edelstein, an engineer with the Remediation and Redevelopment Program, presents an overview of the RR Program’s “Guidance for Hazardous Waste Remediation,” with concentration on hazardous waste and contained out determinations, contaminated media management options and DNR review procedures. The Program is provides this training in part to respond to recent inquiries regarding guidance implementation and agency review procedures, including who has responsibility for making certain decisions. It also provides an introduction for those who aren’t familiar, and a refresher for those who are.

The presentation is available on the RR Program training library.

Last revised: Friday January 20 2017