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Developing an Effective Environmental Sampling Strategy Training Courses

by The Nielsen Environmental Field School     based in Las Cruces, NEW MEXICO (USA)

Developing an effective environmental sampling strategy is a complex task that requires significant planning and forethought. Prior to selecting an appropriate strategy, it is essential to review as many background documents as possible about the site and its surroundings, to create an initial conceptual site model (CSM). With the preliminary CSM ...

Field Equipment Decontamination Procedures for Multi-Media Environmental Sampling Training Courses

by The Nielsen Environmental Field School     based in Las Cruces, NEW MEXICO (USA)

During environmental sampling events, a wide variety of field equipment is used to collect samples from a multitude of media and to perform field analysis on a variety of media. It is a common practice to use most equipment on a portable basis, at more than one sampling location. This is certainly convenient, but introduces the potential for ...

Planning an Effective Environmental Sampling Program - the Sampling & Analysis Plan Training Courses

by The Nielsen Environmental Field School     based in Las Cruces, NEW MEXICO (USA)

Most environmental projects involve the investigation and characterization of a variety of interconnected environmental media, including soil, ground water, surface water and sediment. There is a tendency to view each of these media in an isolated manner, which can lead to difficulties in interpreting sampling results later. Writing an effective ...

Systematic Planning & Implementation for Site Assessments

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

Using analytical sampling and analysis results to determine detection and quantification of environmental contamination. Recommended: Knowledge of sampling and analysis and remediation methodologies.

Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I and II)

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

Learn the significant concepts and skills associated with conducting Phase I and Phase II Site Assessments. These assessments are standard for the protection of property investors, owners and managers from environmental liability under CERCLA. The Phase I portion of the course covers the four components of the ASTM 1527 practice. The Phase II ...

Storm Water Regulations - Webcast

by Environmental Resource Center     based in Cary, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Learn how to comply with the industrial and construction storm water management regulations at this five-hour webcast. In addition to receiving an overview of storm water regulations, you will learn how to obtain a permit for storm water discharges, which permits are available to you, how to develop an effective SWPPP for your facility, and how to ...

Storm Water Industrial Activities Qualified Personnel Training

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

EPA Storm Water NPDES requirements and the TCEQ TPDES General Permit for Industrial Activities both make reference to 'qualified personnel' as personnel provided by the permittee who are familiar with the SWP3, perform inspections, and are qualified to properly gather and evaluate information that is required to be submitted (sampling and ...

Stack Sampling Methods 1-5 Course

by Eduwhere     based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

US-EPA Methods 1-5 are sampling methods developed for sampling of particulate emissions from stationary sources such as power plants and other industrial facilities. These methods appear in title 40, part 60 of the Code of Federal Regulations (referred to as 40 CFR 60). This course serves as an introduction to the methods and provides a basic ...

Environmental Geochemistry of Metals - Investigation and Remediation - Course

by National Ground Water Association (NGWA)     based in Westerville, OHIO (USA)

Soil and groundwater at many mining, industrial, and power utility sites in the United States and elsewhere are contaminated by metals, radionuclides, and other inorganic chemicals. Remediation by natural attenuation, also known as intrinsic remediation, is a viable approach for reducing the risk associated with metal/inorganic solute plumes in ...

EPA Method 1 - Isokinetic Air Emission Testing Training Course

by Eduwhere     based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Isokinetic air emission sampling has been employed since the 1950’s to measure air pollutants such as particulate matter, aerosols, dusts, mists and smoke in flue gases from stack and ducts. EPA Methods 1-4 provide all the necessary data to perform any of the isokinetic sampling methods published by the Environmental Protection Agency and ...

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