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CONTINUING EDUCATION:

This Conference qualifies for:

  • Professional Engineers – up to 9 CEHs/PDHs for Professional Engineers
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (CHMM) - up to 9 certification maintenance points (CMPs).
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Practitioners (CHMP) - up to 9 CMPs
  • Certified Dangerous Goods Professional (CDGP®) - up to 9 CMPs
  • Drinking Water Operators – up to 0.8 CECs in the Technical Category
  • Municipal Wastewater Operators – up to 0.9 CECs in the Technical Category

CONFERENCE SESSIONS

Below is a list of currently scheduled conference sessions, subject to updates and additions.  A Detailed Agenda-at-a-Glance has been posted and an agenda with full session descriptions will be posted soon.  Conference registrants will be notified of this and other updates as they occur.


Basic Training 

  • Waste 101
  • Air Quality Regulations 101
  • Drinking Water Basics
  • Wastewater 101
  • Integrated Assessments
  • Haz/Liquid Industrial By-Product (HW/LIB) Inspection Panel
  • SARA Title III Overview
  • Preparing for an Air Quality Inspection

Waste Management

  • Waste Characterization & Generator Status
  • Hazardous Waste/Liquid Industrial By-product (HW/LIB) Accumulation and Labeling
  • HW/LIB Inspection & Recordkeeping
  • LIB Designated Facility Requirements
  • HW/LIB Inspection Panel
  • HW/LIB Continency Planning
  • HW/LIB Secondary Containment
  • Hazardous Secondary Materials
  • Radioactive Materials Handling & Emergency Preparedness
  • Reuse Options Beneficial Use Materials
  • Demolition Waste Recycling Opportunities

‚ÄčWastewater/Storm Water

  • NPDES Compliance
  • Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP)
  • Wastewater Treatment Technologies
  • IPP PFAS Initiative
  • MiWaters SOCs
  • Complying with Industrial Storm Water Regulations
  • What is a Visual Assessment?
  • What you need to know about a SWPPP
  • Part 5 Rules Overview
  • Onsite Wastewater Disposal

Drinking Water/Public Health

  • Backflow Prevention and Cross-Connections
  • Water and Wastewater Asset Management
  • Chemically Treating your Water Supply
  • Drinking Water Basics
  • Source Water Protection
  • Infrastructure Financing Options
  • Lead Service Lines Replacement

Air Quality 

  • Determining Applicability - Air Permitting Overview
  • Understanding Air Quality Permitting Exemptions
  • Exemption Recordkeeping – What’s Acceptable
  • Toxics Evaluation
  • Understanding Air Toxics and Air Permitting
  • What’s New in Title V
  • Michigan’s Attainment/Nonattainment Status
  • BMPs for Dispersion Modeling

Emergency Response 

  • Release Reporting
  • Emergency Planning
  • Emergency Response

Remediation/Redevelopment

  • Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund & Legacy Release Programs
  • Submitting Documents to DEQ’s Remediation and Redevelopment Division
  • GSI and Incremental Sampling (Technical Session)
  • Part 201 Criteria Rules Update
  • Volatilization to Indoor Air Pathway (VIAP) Update
  • Contaminated Property Redevelopment Assistance
  • 2017-2018 Statewide Assessment of Restrictive Covenants
  • BEAs and Due Care Obligations

Trending/Need to Know

  • PFAS Update
  • How is Air Quality Division Looking at Public Participation?
  • Marihuana in Michigan - Understanding the broad
  • Implications
  • SWRA Statutory Changes
  • Materials Management Planning
  • Water Withdrawal Regulations
  • 48217 – A Community Air Monitoring Case Study
  • Waste Gone Wild
  • How the Silica Rule May Apply to You (A MIOSHA Perspective)

AGENDA STRUCTURE


TUESDAY – JUNE 12, 2018

TIME

SESSION

7:30 am

Registration, Continental Breakfast,
Visit Exhibitors

9:00 am

Plenary Session

9:30 am

Visit Exhibitors / Move to Concurrent Sessions

10:00 am

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

10:45 am

BREAK

11:00 am

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

11:45 am

LUNCH

1:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

2:00 pm

NETWORKING BREAK / EXHIBIT HALL REFRESHMENTS

2:30 pm

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

3:15 pm

BREAK

3:30 pm

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

5:00 pm

ADJOURN

 

WEDNESDAY – JUNE 13, 2018

TIME

SESSION

7:30 am

Registration, Continental Breakfast,
Visit Exhibitors

8:30 am

Plenary Session

8:50 am

Move to Concurrent Sessions

9:00 am

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

9:45 am

BREAK

10:00 am

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

10:45 am

BREAK

11:00 am

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

11:45 am

NETWORKING LUNCH / VISIT EXHIBITORS

1:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

2:00 pm

BREAK

2:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

3:00 pm

BREAK

3:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions – 7 Tracks

4:00 pm

ADJOURN


CONTINUING EDUCATION:

This Conference qualifies for:

  • Professional Engineers – up to 9 CEHs/PDHs for Professional Engineers
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (CHMM) - up to 9 certification maintenance points (CMPs).
  • Certified Hazardous Materials Practitioners (CHMP) - up to 9 CMPs
  • Certified Dangerous Goods Professional (CDGP®) - up to 9 CMPs
  • Drinking Water Operators – up to 0.8 CECs in the Technical Category
  • Municipal Wastewater Operators – up to 0.9 CECs in the Technical Category