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NEMA Environmental Training Calendar

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Upcoming Environmental Training

    • September 29, 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Online Training (Webinar)


    September 29, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PDT (1 Day)

    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training


    Note: This class is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only.


    Course Reviews (4.6/5): 


    Overview: This course provides a practical review of key chemistry principles essential for understanding contaminant behavior in soil, air, and water. The course begins with a review of atomic structure and the environmental applications of the periodic chart. The course then progresses through topics such as chemical bonds, chemical reactions, inorganic chemistry, and organic chemistry. Environmental professionals working in water quality, stormwater management, contaminated site assessment, and remediation will benefit from attending.
     
    Course Topics: 
    Physical and Chemical Properties of Contaminants (S, Kd, Koc, Kow, Kh, Tb, Tm)

    Environmental Applications of the Periodic Chart

    Oxidizers, Reducers, and Oxidation States

    Mass-Based and Molar-Based Concentrations

    Covalent versus Ionic Bonding

    Empirical, Chemical, and Structural Formulas

    Lewis Dot Notation

    Predicting Molecular Geometry

    Solubility Rules, Precipitation, and Sedimentation
    Chemical Reactions, Kinetics, and Thermodynamics

    Stoichiometry

    Chemical Equilibrium and Limiting Reactants

    Redox Potential and pH

    Microbes and Terminal Electron Acceptors

    Polyatomic Oxoanions (nitrate, phosphate, perchlorate, etc.)

    Organic Molecules and IUPAC Nomenclature

    Common Soil and Water Quality Monitoring Parameters

    Predicting Contaminant Behavior


    Intended Audience: Environmental professionals seeking an improved understanding of environmental chemistry. The course is especially helpful for those working with chemical data who have not had a chemistry refresher in over ten years.


    Education Level: Introductory/refresher to intermediate.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings, worksheets, and reference material.


    Credit: 7.5 PDHs and 0.75 CEUs for completing 7.5 hours of instruction.


    Registration: This course is only open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff. Please register internally with the Training Academy.

    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated groundwater, soil, and surface water projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, natural attenuation, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • September 30, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (PDT)
    • October 01, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Online Training (Webinar)

    Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PDT (2 Days)
    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training



    Note: This training is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.


    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    Overview: This course provides a practical overview of contaminant behavior in soil and groundwater with an emphasis on petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and metals. The material is intended for consultants and regulators managing contaminated sites. Course content is constantly updated and includes new approaches for characterizing contaminant distribution and hydrogeology in the subsurface.


    Course Topics:
    Transport and Fate Overview
    • Potential Fates of Contaminants

    • Advective Transport

    • Mechanical Dispersion

    • Chemical Dispersion

    • Matrix Storage
    • Back Diffusion
    • Effective Solubility and Raoult's Law
    • High Resolution Site Characterization

    3- and 4-Phase Equilibrium Partitioning

    • 3- and 4-Phase Mass Distribution

    • Le Chatelier's Principle 
    • Applications of Kd, Koc, foc, Kow, and KH

    • NAPL and the One Percent Rule

    • Metal Sorption and pH

    • Desorption Rates

    Subsurface Transport

    • Soil Properties

    • Contaminant Infiltration

    • Hydrogeology Overview

    • Three Point Problem

    • Retardation Factors

    • Contaminant Velocity

    • Diving Plumes

    • Permeability vs. Gradient

    Nonaqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) Transport

    • LNAPL Transport and Distribution Scenarios
    • Saturation and Recoverability

    • Specific Retention (Sr)

    • Concentration of Saturation (Csat)

    • DNAPL Transport and Mass Distribution

    • 14-Compartment Model

    Vapor Transport

    • Henry's Law and Vapor Pressure
    • Contaminant Vapor Transport Processes

    • Petroleum Vapor Attenuation

    • Chlorinated Vapor Attenuation

    • Preferential Pathways

    • Barometric Pumping
    Natural Attenuation
    • Natural Attenuation Processes

    • Lines of Evidence

    • Decay Rates

    • Degradation Rate Tools

    • Estimating Restoration Time Frame

    Focus on Hydrocarbon Contamination

    • Gasoline and Diesel Chemistry

    • Properties of BTEX, Oxygenates, and Additives

    • Soil Retention

    • Ethanol Cosolvation and Plume Elongation

    • Natural Attenuation Processes

    • Geochemical Indicators
    • Plume Behavior and Redox Zones

    • BTEX Plume Lengths
    • Monitoring Parameters

    Focus on Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Contamination

    • Chlorinated Solvent Chemistry and Sources

    • Plume Behavior Classification

    • Degradation Pathways

    • Dehalogenating Microbes
    • Role of Hydrogen Gas
    • Geochemical Indicators
    • Biotransformation Rates
    • Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI)
    • Monitoring Parameters

    Focus on Metal Contaminants

    • Forms of Metal Contamination
    • Complexation and Speciation

    • Methylation and Demethylation

    • Redox and Microbial Effects

    • Cation/Anion Exchange

    • Sorption to Iron Oxides

    • Variably Charged Soils

    • Sulfide Precipitation

    • Dissolved Solids vs. Metal Mobility

    • Facilitated Transport

    • Metal Fixation and Aging

    • Scenarios Approach to Metal Attenuation


    Intended Audience: Environmental professionals seeking an improved understanding of petroleum, chlorinated solvent, and metal behavior in soil and groundwater.


    Education Level: Intermediate and advanced topics will be covered. A review of transport and fate principles will also be presented to ensure all levels benefit from attending.


    Course Materials: Course proceedings, worksheets, and reference material.


    Credit: 15 PDHs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.


    Registration: This cource is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.


    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated groundwater, soil, and surface water projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, natural attenuation, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • November 03, 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)


    November 3, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (1 Day)

    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training


    Note: This class is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only.


    Course Reviews (4.6/5): 


    Overview: This course provides a practical review of key chemistry principles essential for understanding contaminant behavior in soil, air, and water. The course begins with a review of atomic structure and the environmental applications of the periodic chart. The course then progresses through topics such as chemical bonds, chemical reactions, inorganic chemistry, and organic chemistry. Environmental professionals working in water quality, stormwater management, contaminated site assessment, and remediation will benefit from attending.
     
    Course Topics: 
    Physical and Chemical Properties of Contaminants (S, Kd, Koc, Kow, Kh, Tb, Tm)

    Environmental Applications of the Periodic Chart

    Oxidizers, Reducers, and Oxidation States

    Mass-Based and Molar-Based Concentrations

    Covalent versus Ionic Bonding

    Empirical, Chemical, and Structural Formulas

    Lewis Dot Notation

    Predicting Molecular Geometry

    Solubility Rules, Precipitation, and Sedimentation
    Chemical Reactions, Kinetics, and Thermodynamics

    Stoichiometry

    Chemical Equilibrium and Limiting Reactants

    Redox Potential and pH

    Microbes and Terminal Electron Acceptors

    Polyatomic Oxoanions (nitrate, phosphate, perchlorate, etc.)

    Organic Molecules and IUPAC Nomenclature

    Common Soil and Water Quality Monitoring Parameters

    Predicting Contaminant Behavior


    Intended Audience: Environmental professionals seeking an improved understanding of environmental chemistry. The course is especially helpful for those working with chemical data who have not had a chemistry refresher in over ten years.


    Education Level: Introductory/refresher to intermediate.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings, worksheets, and reference material.


    Credit: 7.5 PDHs and 0.75 CEUs for completing 7.5 hours of instruction.


    Registration: This course is only open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff. Please register internally with the Training Academy.

    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated groundwater, soil, and surface water projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, natural attenuation, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • November 04, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • November 05, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)

    November 4 - 5, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (2 Days)

    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training



    Note: This training is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.


    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    Overview: This course provides a practical overview of contaminant behavior in soil and groundwater with an emphasis on petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and metals. The material is intended for consultants and regulators managing contaminated sites. Course content is constantly updated and includes new approaches for characterizing contaminant distribution and hydrogeology in the subsurface.


    Course Topics:
    Transport and Fate Overview
    • Potential Fates of Contaminants

    • Advective Transport

    • Mechanical Dispersion

    • Chemical Dispersion

    • Matrix Storage
    • Back Diffusion
    • Effective Solubility and Raoult's Law
    • High Resolution Site Characterization

    3- and 4-Phase Equilibrium Partitioning

    • 3- and 4-Phase Mass Distribution

    • Le Chatelier's Principle 
    • Applications of Kd, Koc, foc, Kow, and KH

    • NAPL and the One Percent Rule

    • Metal Sorption and pH

    • Desorption Rates

    Subsurface Transport

    • Soil Properties

    • Contaminant Infiltration

    • Hydrogeology Overview

    • Three Point Problem

    • Retardation Factors

    • Contaminant Velocity

    • Diving Plumes

    • Permeability vs. Gradient

    Nonaqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) Transport

    • LNAPL Transport and Distribution Scenarios
    • Saturation and Recoverability

    • Specific Retention (Sr)

    • Concentration of Saturation (Csat)

    • DNAPL Transport and Mass Distribution

    • 14-Compartment Model

    Vapor Transport

    • Henry's Law and Vapor Pressure
    • Contaminant Vapor Transport Processes

    • Petroleum Vapor Attenuation

    • Chlorinated Vapor Attenuation

    • Preferential Pathways

    • Barometric Pumping
    Natural Attenuation
    • Natural Attenuation Processes

    • Lines of Evidence

    • Decay Rates

    • Degradation Rate Tools

    • Estimating Restoration Time Frame

    Focus on Hydrocarbon Contamination

    • Gasoline and Diesel Chemistry

    • Properties of BTEX, Oxygenates, and Additives

    • Soil Retention

    • Ethanol Cosolvation and Plume Elongation

    • Natural Attenuation Processes

    • Geochemical Indicators
    • Plume Behavior and Redox Zones

    • BTEX Plume Lengths
    • Monitoring Parameters

    Focus on Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Contamination

    • Chlorinated Solvent Chemistry and Sources

    • Plume Behavior Classification

    • Degradation Pathways

    • Dehalogenating Microbes
    • Role of Hydrogen Gas
    • Geochemical Indicators
    • Biotransformation Rates
    • Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI)
    • Monitoring Parameters

    Focus on Metal Contaminants

    • Forms of Metal Contamination
    • Complexation and Speciation

    • Methylation and Demethylation

    • Redox and Microbial Effects

    • Cation/Anion Exchange

    • Sorption to Iron Oxides

    • Variably Charged Soils

    • Sulfide Precipitation

    • Dissolved Solids vs. Metal Mobility

    • Facilitated Transport

    • Metal Fixation and Aging

    • Scenarios Approach to Metal Attenuation


    Intended Audience: Environmental professionals seeking an improved understanding of petroleum, chlorinated solvent, and metal behavior in soil and groundwater.


    Education Level: Intermediate and advanced topics will be covered. A review of transport and fate principles will also be presented to ensure all levels benefit from attending.


    Course Materials: Course proceedings, worksheets, and reference material.


    Credit: 15 PDHs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.


    Registration: This cource is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.


    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated groundwater, soil, and surface water projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, natural attenuation, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • November 12, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (EST)
    • November 13, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (EST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)
    Register


    November 12 - 13, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. EST (2 Days)
    Eastern Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training


    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    This two day course provides a comprehensive overview of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) transport, fate, and remediation. PFAS have been in use since the 1940s, are highly toxic, resist degradation, and are becoming increasingly regulated. The training begins with a review of PFAS sources, toxicity, and the common forms detected in the environment including perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS), GenX related chemicals including hexafluoropropylene oxide (HFPO) dimer acid, F53B, and perfluorobutane sulfonic acid (PFBS). The course then focuses on more advanced topics including PFAS transport and fate, site characterization methods, and effective remediation strategies. Common PFAS sites and current regulatory status at the national and state level will also be discussed.


    Course Topics

    PFAS 101 - The Basics

      • What Are PFAS?

      • Precursors and Degradates

      • Acronyms and Naming Conventions

      • Production History and Usage Trends

      • Replacement Chemistry 

      • Sources and Modes of Release

      • Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF)
      • Detections in the Environment
      • Toxicity and Health Effects


    Physical and Chemical Properties

      • Physical Properties of PFAS

      • Fluorine Characteristics
      • Carbon-Fluorine Bonds

      • Acidic, Anionic, and Cationic Forms

      • Acid Disassociation Constants

      • Thermal and Chemical Stabilities

      • Solubilities

      • Organic Carbon Partitioning

      • Vapor Pressures

      • Henry's Law Partitioning

      • Octanol-Water Partitioning

      • Bioconcentration Factors


    PFAS Transport and Fate in Air, Soil, Surface Water, and Groundwater

      • Partitioning
      • Advection, Dispersion, and Diffusion

      • Deposition

      • Leaching

      • Micelle Formation

      • Abiotic Transformation

      • Biotransformation

      • PFAS Degradates

      • Bioaccumulation

    Site Characterization for PFAS

      • Investigation Strategies

      • Source Identification

      • Sampling Approaches and Precautions

      • Selecting PFAS Analytes

      • Analytical Methods

      • Air, Soil, and Water Framework

      • Data Evaluation

      • Qualitative Analysis

      • Exposure Pathways & Risk Assessment

      • Conceptual Site Model Development


    Soil Remediation Technologies

      • Soil Washing

      • Excavation and Off-Site Destruction

      • Stabilization

      • Capping
      • Thermal Treatment


    Water Remediation Technologies

      • Aluminum Hydroxide

      • Granular Activated Carbon and Biochar
      • Modified Anion Exchange Resins

      • Reverse Osmosis

      • Nanofiltration

      • Surface Active Foam Fractionation

      • Ozofractionation

      • Electrochemical Oxidation

      • Argon Plasma Destruction

      • Sonochemical Treatment

     

    PFAS Regulation and Guidance

      • National and International PFAS Regulatory Approaches

      • State and National Regulatory Standards

      • Technical Guidance and Resources


    Intended Audience: This course is intended for environmental agency staff, consultants, engineers, and site managers seeking an improved understanding of PFAS science, assessment, and remediation.


    Education Level: Introductory to advanced. General principles, current research, and advanced topics are presented to ensure all levels benefit from attending.


    Course Materials: 2020 updated course proceedings and references (238 pages color - PDF).


    Credit: 15 PDHs or 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.


    Registration: $395 individual, $295 per person for 2 - 9 people, $195 per person for groups of 10 or more on the same registration. Register online or by calling us at (800) 385-0783.


    Location: Your home or office - anywhere you're comfortable and online!

    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water, soil, and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in environmental chemistry, hydrogeology, transport and fate, remediation, and water quality management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • December 01, 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)


    December 1, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (1 Day)

    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training


    Note: This class is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only.


    Course Reviews (4.6/5): 


    Overview: This course provides a practical review of key chemistry principles essential for understanding contaminant behavior in soil, air, and water. The course begins with a review of atomic structure and the environmental applications of the periodic chart. The course then progresses through topics such as chemical bonds, chemical reactions, inorganic chemistry, and organic chemistry. Environmental professionals working in water quality, stormwater management, contaminated site assessment, and remediation will benefit from attending.
     
    Course Topics: 
    Physical and Chemical Properties of Contaminants (S, Kd, Koc, Kow, Kh, Tb, Tm)

    Environmental Applications of the Periodic Chart

    Oxidizers, Reducers, and Oxidation States

    Mass-Based and Molar-Based Concentrations

    Covalent versus Ionic Bonding

    Empirical, Chemical, and Structural Formulas

    Lewis Dot Notation

    Predicting Molecular Geometry

    Solubility Rules, Precipitation, and Sedimentation
    Chemical Reactions, Kinetics, and Thermodynamics

    Stoichiometry

    Chemical Equilibrium and Limiting Reactants

    Redox Potential and pH

    Microbes and Terminal Electron Acceptors

    Polyatomic Oxoanions (nitrate, phosphate, perchlorate, etc.)

    Organic Molecules and IUPAC Nomenclature

    Common Soil and Water Quality Monitoring Parameters

    Predicting Contaminant Behavior


    Intended Audience: Environmental professionals seeking an improved understanding of environmental chemistry. The course is especially helpful for those working with chemical data who have not had a chemistry refresher in over ten years.


    Education Level: Introductory/refresher to intermediate.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings, worksheets, and reference material.


    Credit: 7.5 PDHs and 0.75 CEUs for completing 7.5 hours of instruction.


    Registration: This course is only open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff. Please register internally with the Training Academy.

    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated groundwater, soil, and surface water projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, natural attenuation, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • December 02, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • December 03, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)


    December 2 - 3, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (2 Days)

    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training



    Note: This course is open to California State Water Resources Control Board Staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.

    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    Overview: This practical and highly acclaimed course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollution chemistry and its applications to stormwater monitoring and treatment. Topics include an overview of stormwater pollutant sources, characteristics, transport and fate, monitoring, best management practices (BMPs), BMP selection and performance, current research, and emerging technologies. Surface water and groundwater protection are also covered.


    Course Topics


    Stormwater Quality Principles
      • General Stormwater Chemistry
      • Chemo/Pollutographs
      • Stormwater Monitoring
      • Grab versus Composite Sampling
      • Event Mean Concentrations
      • Pollutant Loads
      • Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET)
      • Managing First Flush
      • Sediment Chemistry
      • Common Pollutant Sources
      • Atmospheric Deposition
      • Contaminant Transport and Fate
      • Metal Pollutant Properties
      • Organic Pollutant Properties
      • Partitioning Coefficients
      • Complexation & Speciation
      • Cation Exchange
      • Redox Potential
      • Acidity (pH)
      • Alkalinity and Hardness
      • Conductivity


    Stormwater Pollutant Properties
      • Thermal Pollution
      • Solids (Turbidity, TS, TSS, TDS, and SSC)
      • Nanoparticles
      • Acid/Base Generating Material
      • Metals (Al, Ag, As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Hg, Ni, Pb, Se, Sb, and Zn)
      • Salts and Other Minerals
      • Nutrients
      • Oxygen Demanding Pollutants
      • Oil and Grease
      • Antifreeze Glycols
      • Detergents, Soaps and Other Surfactants
      • Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)

      • Persistent Organic Pollutants

      • PAHs

    Stormwater Pollutants (cont.)

      • PCBs
      • Phthalates
      • Pesticides and Degradates
      • Pathogens


    Stormwater Treatment Processes
      • Coagulation/Flocculation
      • Precipitation
      • Sedimentation
      • Flotation
      • Laminar Separation
      • Vortex Separation
      • Screening
      • Filtration
      • Sorption
      • Temperature Reduction
      • Acid/Base Neutralization
      • Volatilization
      • Disinfection
      • Biodegradation
      • Phytodegradation
      • Soil Processes
      • Infiltration


    BMP Effectiveness
      • BMP and LID Categories
      • BMP Selection Criteria
      • Performance Assessment
      • International BMP Database
      • Concentration Reduction
      • Load Reduction
      • Efficiency Ratio
      • Summation of Loads
      • Effluent Probability Method
      • Online vs. Offline Facilities
      • Low Impact Development
      • Treatment Trains
      • TAPE Approved BMPs
      • Zero Valent Iron Applications
      • Biochar Applications
      • Engineered Streambeds
      • Permeable Reactive Weirs


    Groundwater and Surface Water Protection


    Intended Audience: Water quality professionals seeking an improved understanding of stormwater chemistry and its applications to stormwater treatment and management. Scientists, engineers, enforcement and field staff, program managers, and stormwater policy makers will benefit from attending.

    Education Level: Current research and advanced topics are included to ensure all experience levels benefit from attending.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings and reference material.

    Credit: 15 PDHs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.

    Registration: This course is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.
    About the Instructor:  Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in water quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to water quality improvement projects and teaches courses in environmental chemistry, transport and fate, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Association. Between teaching and consulting, he researches and develops new water treatment technologies.
    • December 07, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • December 08, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)

    December 7 - 8, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (2 Days)

    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training



    Note: This training is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.


    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    Overview: This course provides a practical overview of contaminant behavior in soil and groundwater with an emphasis on petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and metals. The material is intended for consultants and regulators managing contaminated sites. Course content is constantly updated and includes new approaches for characterizing contaminant distribution and hydrogeology in the subsurface.


    Course Topics:
    Transport and Fate Overview
    • Potential Fates of Contaminants

    • Advective Transport

    • Mechanical Dispersion

    • Chemical Dispersion

    • Matrix Storage
    • Back Diffusion
    • Effective Solubility and Raoult's Law
    • High Resolution Site Characterization

    3- and 4-Phase Equilibrium Partitioning

    • 3- and 4-Phase Mass Distribution

    • Le Chatelier's Principle 
    • Applications of Kd, Koc, foc, Kow, and KH

    • NAPL and the One Percent Rule

    • Metal Sorption and pH

    • Desorption Rates

    Subsurface Transport

    • Soil Properties

    • Contaminant Infiltration

    • Hydrogeology Overview

    • Three Point Problem

    • Retardation Factors

    • Contaminant Velocity

    • Diving Plumes

    • Permeability vs. Gradient

    Nonaqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) Transport

    • LNAPL Transport and Distribution Scenarios
    • Saturation and Recoverability

    • Specific Retention (Sr)

    • Concentration of Saturation (Csat)

    • DNAPL Transport and Mass Distribution

    • 14-Compartment Model

    Vapor Transport

    • Henry's Law and Vapor Pressure
    • Contaminant Vapor Transport Processes

    • Petroleum Vapor Attenuation

    • Chlorinated Vapor Attenuation

    • Preferential Pathways

    • Barometric Pumping
    Natural Attenuation
    • Natural Attenuation Processes

    • Lines of Evidence

    • Decay Rates

    • Degradation Rate Tools

    • Estimating Restoration Time Frame

    Focus on Hydrocarbon Contamination

    • Gasoline and Diesel Chemistry

    • Properties of BTEX, Oxygenates, and Additives

    • Soil Retention

    • Ethanol Cosolvation and Plume Elongation

    • Natural Attenuation Processes

    • Geochemical Indicators
    • Plume Behavior and Redox Zones

    • BTEX Plume Lengths
    • Monitoring Parameters

    Focus on Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Contamination

    • Chlorinated Solvent Chemistry and Sources

    • Plume Behavior Classification

    • Degradation Pathways

    • Dehalogenating Microbes
    • Role of Hydrogen Gas
    • Geochemical Indicators
    • Biotransformation Rates
    • Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI)
    • Monitoring Parameters

    Focus on Metal Contaminants

    • Forms of Metal Contamination
    • Complexation and Speciation

    • Methylation and Demethylation

    • Redox and Microbial Effects

    • Cation/Anion Exchange

    • Sorption to Iron Oxides

    • Variably Charged Soils

    • Sulfide Precipitation

    • Dissolved Solids vs. Metal Mobility

    • Facilitated Transport

    • Metal Fixation and Aging

    • Scenarios Approach to Metal Attenuation


    Intended Audience: Environmental professionals seeking an improved understanding of petroleum, chlorinated solvent, and metal behavior in soil and groundwater.


    Education Level: Intermediate and advanced topics will be covered. A review of transport and fate principles will also be presented to ensure all levels benefit from attending.


    Course Materials: Course proceedings, worksheets, and reference material.


    Credit: 15 PDHs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.


    Registration: This cource is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.


    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated groundwater, soil, and surface water projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, natural attenuation, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • December 09, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • December 10, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)


    December 9 - 10, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (2 Days)

    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training



    Note: This course is open to California State Water Resources Control Board Staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.

    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    Overview: This practical and highly acclaimed course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollution chemistry and its applications to stormwater monitoring and treatment. Topics include an overview of stormwater pollutant sources, characteristics, transport and fate, monitoring, best management practices (BMPs), BMP selection and performance, current research, and emerging technologies. Surface water and groundwater protection are also covered.


    Course Topics


    Stormwater Quality Principles
      • General Stormwater Chemistry
      • Chemo/Pollutographs
      • Stormwater Monitoring
      • Grab versus Composite Sampling
      • Event Mean Concentrations
      • Pollutant Loads
      • Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET)
      • Managing First Flush
      • Sediment Chemistry
      • Common Pollutant Sources
      • Atmospheric Deposition
      • Contaminant Transport and Fate
      • Metal Pollutant Properties
      • Organic Pollutant Properties
      • Partitioning Coefficients
      • Complexation & Speciation
      • Cation Exchange
      • Redox Potential
      • Acidity (pH)
      • Alkalinity and Hardness
      • Conductivity


    Stormwater Pollutant Properties
      • Thermal Pollution
      • Solids (Turbidity, TS, TSS, TDS, and SSC)
      • Nanoparticles
      • Acid/Base Generating Material
      • Metals (Al, Ag, As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Hg, Ni, Pb, Se, Sb, and Zn)
      • Salts and Other Minerals
      • Nutrients
      • Oxygen Demanding Pollutants
      • Oil and Grease
      • Antifreeze Glycols
      • Detergents, Soaps and Other Surfactants
      • Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)

      • Persistent Organic Pollutants

      • PAHs

    Stormwater Pollutants (cont.)

      • PCBs
      • Phthalates
      • Pesticides and Degradates
      • Pathogens


    Stormwater Treatment Processes
      • Coagulation/Flocculation
      • Precipitation
      • Sedimentation
      • Flotation
      • Laminar Separation
      • Vortex Separation
      • Screening
      • Filtration
      • Sorption
      • Temperature Reduction
      • Acid/Base Neutralization
      • Volatilization
      • Disinfection
      • Biodegradation
      • Phytodegradation
      • Soil Processes
      • Infiltration


    BMP Effectiveness
      • BMP and LID Categories
      • BMP Selection Criteria
      • Performance Assessment
      • International BMP Database
      • Concentration Reduction
      • Load Reduction
      • Efficiency Ratio
      • Summation of Loads
      • Effluent Probability Method
      • Online vs. Offline Facilities
      • Low Impact Development
      • Treatment Trains
      • TAPE Approved BMPs
      • Zero Valent Iron Applications
      • Biochar Applications
      • Engineered Streambeds
      • Permeable Reactive Weirs


    Groundwater and Surface Water Protection


    Intended Audience: Water quality professionals seeking an improved understanding of stormwater chemistry and its applications to stormwater treatment and management. Scientists, engineers, enforcement and field staff, program managers, and stormwater policy makers will benefit from attending.

    Education Level: Current research and advanced topics are included to ensure all experience levels benefit from attending.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings and reference material.

    Credit: 15 PDHs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.

    Registration: This course is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.
    About the Instructor:  Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in water quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to water quality improvement projects and teaches courses in environmental chemistry, transport and fate, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Association. Between teaching and consulting, he researches and develops new water treatment technologies.
    • December 14, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • December 15, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)


    December 14 - 15, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (2 Days)

    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training



    Note: This course is open to California State Water Resources Control Board Staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.

    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    Overview: This practical and highly acclaimed course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollution chemistry and its applications to stormwater monitoring and treatment. Topics include an overview of stormwater pollutant sources, characteristics, transport and fate, monitoring, best management practices (BMPs), BMP selection and performance, current research, and emerging technologies. Surface water and groundwater protection are also covered.


    Course Topics


    Stormwater Quality Principles
      • General Stormwater Chemistry
      • Chemo/Pollutographs
      • Stormwater Monitoring
      • Grab versus Composite Sampling
      • Event Mean Concentrations
      • Pollutant Loads
      • Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET)
      • Managing First Flush
      • Sediment Chemistry
      • Common Pollutant Sources
      • Atmospheric Deposition
      • Contaminant Transport and Fate
      • Metal Pollutant Properties
      • Organic Pollutant Properties
      • Partitioning Coefficients
      • Complexation & Speciation
      • Cation Exchange
      • Redox Potential
      • Acidity (pH)
      • Alkalinity and Hardness
      • Conductivity


    Stormwater Pollutant Properties
      • Thermal Pollution
      • Solids (Turbidity, TS, TSS, TDS, and SSC)
      • Nanoparticles
      • Acid/Base Generating Material
      • Metals (Al, Ag, As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Hg, Ni, Pb, Se, Sb, and Zn)
      • Salts and Other Minerals
      • Nutrients
      • Oxygen Demanding Pollutants
      • Oil and Grease
      • Antifreeze Glycols
      • Detergents, Soaps and Other Surfactants
      • Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)

      • Persistent Organic Pollutants

      • PAHs

    Stormwater Pollutants (cont.)

      • PCBs
      • Phthalates
      • Pesticides and Degradates
      • Pathogens


    Stormwater Treatment Processes
      • Coagulation/Flocculation
      • Precipitation
      • Sedimentation
      • Flotation
      • Laminar Separation
      • Vortex Separation
      • Screening
      • Filtration
      • Sorption
      • Temperature Reduction
      • Acid/Base Neutralization
      • Volatilization
      • Disinfection
      • Biodegradation
      • Phytodegradation
      • Soil Processes
      • Infiltration


    BMP Effectiveness
      • BMP and LID Categories
      • BMP Selection Criteria
      • Performance Assessment
      • International BMP Database
      • Concentration Reduction
      • Load Reduction
      • Efficiency Ratio
      • Summation of Loads
      • Effluent Probability Method
      • Online vs. Offline Facilities
      • Low Impact Development
      • Treatment Trains
      • TAPE Approved BMPs
      • Zero Valent Iron Applications
      • Biochar Applications
      • Engineered Streambeds
      • Permeable Reactive Weirs


    Groundwater and Surface Water Protection


    Intended Audience: Water quality professionals seeking an improved understanding of stormwater chemistry and its applications to stormwater treatment and management. Scientists, engineers, enforcement and field staff, program managers, and stormwater policy makers will benefit from attending.

    Education Level: Current research and advanced topics are included to ensure all experience levels benefit from attending.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings and reference material.

    Credit: 15 PDHs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.

    Registration: This course is open to California State Water Resources Control Board staff only. Please register internally with the Training Academy.
    About the Instructor:  Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in water quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to water quality improvement projects and teaches courses in environmental chemistry, transport and fate, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Association. Between teaching and consulting, he researches and develops new water treatment technologies.
    • December 16, 2020
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • December 17, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)
    Register


    December 16 - 17, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (2 Days)
    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training


    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    This two day course provides a comprehensive overview of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) transport, fate, and remediation. PFAS have been in use since the 1940s, are highly toxic, resist degradation, and are becoming increasingly regulated. The training begins with a review of PFAS sources, toxicity, and the common forms detected in the environment including perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS), newer GenX related chemicals including hexafluoropropylene oxide (HFPO) dimer acid, and perfluorobutane sulfonic acid (PFBS). The course then focuses on more advanced topics including PFAS transport and fate, site characterization methods, and effective remediation strategies. Common PFAS sites and current regulatory status at the national and state level will also be discussed.


    Course Topics

    PFAS 101 - The Basics

      • What Are PFAS?

      • Precursors and Degradates

      • Acronyms and Naming Conventions

      • Production History and Usage Trends

      • Replacement Chemistry 

      • Sources and Modes of Release

      • Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF)
      • Detections in the Environment
      • Toxicity and Health Effects


    Physical and Chemical Properties

      • Physical Properties of PFAS

      • Fluorine Characteristics
      • Carbon-Fluorine Bonds

      • Acidic, Anionic, and Cationic Forms

      • Acid Disassociation Constants

      • Thermal and Chemical Stabilities

      • Solubilities

      • Organic Carbon Partitioning

      • Vapor Pressures

      • Henry's Law Partitioning

      • Octanol-Water Partitioning

      • Bioconcentration Factors


    PFAS Transport and Fate in Air, Soil, Surface Water, and Groundwater

      • Partitioning
      • Advection, Dispersion, and Diffusion

      • Deposition

      • Leaching

      • Micelle Formation

      • Abiotic Transformation

      • Biotransformation

      • PFAS Degradates

      • Bioaccumulation

    Site Characterization for PFAS

      • Investigation Strategies

      • Source Identification

      • Sampling Approaches and Precautions

      • Selecting PFAS Analytes

      • Analytical Methods

      • Air, Soil, and Water Framework

      • Data Evaluation

      • Qualitative Analysis

      • Exposure Pathways & Risk Assessment

      • Conceptual Site Model Development


    Soil Remediation Technologies

      • Excavation and Off-Site Destruction

      • Stabilization
      • Thermal Desorption

      • Capping


    Water Remediation Technologies

      • Aluminum Hydroxide

      • Granular Activated Carbon and Biochar
      • Modified Clay

      • Anion Exchange Resins

      • Bioremediation

      • Chemical Oxidation

      • Chemical Reduction

      • Sonochemical Treatment

      • Reverse Osmosis

      • Nanofiltration

      • Precipitation/Flocculation

     

    PFAS Regulation and Guidance

      • National and International PFAS Regulatory Approaches

      • State and National Regulatory Standards

      • Technical Guidance and Resources


    Intended Audience: This course is intended for environmental agency staff, consultants, engineers, and site managers seeking an improved understanding of PFAS science, assessment, and remediation.


    Education Level: Introductory to advanced. General principles, current research, and advanced topics are presented to ensure all levels benefit from attending.


    Course Materials: 2020 updated course proceedings and references (238 pages color - PDF).


    Credit: 15 PDHs or 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.


    Tuition: $395 individual, $295 per person for 2 - 9 people, $195 per person for groups of 10 or more on the same registration. Register online or by calling us at (800) 385-0783.


    Location: Your home or office - anywhere you can get comfortable and online.

    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water, soil, and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in environmental chemistry, hydrogeology, transport and fate, remediation, and water quality management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • January 26, 2021
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • January 27, 2021
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Online Training
    Register


    January 26 - 27, 2021, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. (2 Days)

    Live Interactive Online Training for California Environmental Consultants


    Please Note: Registration for this training is open to environmental consultants located in California. This workshop is sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Tuition is free.


    Overview:  This course provides participants with an improved understanding of petroleum hydrocarbon remediation principles and technologies for soil, vapor, and groundwater. The technologies covered include both common and innovative approaches to site restoration. The applicability, strengths, and weaknesses of each remediation technology will be discussed. The primary focus of the training is the cleanup of gasoline releases from underground storage tanks (USTs). However, information presented will be applicable to other petroleum fuels and release types. Case studies will be presented to illustrate key concepts and potential challenges associated with petroleum remediation. An overview of the California Low Threat Closure Policy will be provided to set the regulatory context for petroleum UST cleanup in California.

    Course Topics:

    Introduction

    - Course Objectives and Overview
    - CA Low Threat Closure Policy (LTCP)
    - UST vs. Non-UST Releases

    - Comparison of Common Remediation Technologies and Frequency of Use: from Excavation to MNA


    Conceptual Site Model Development  

    - Properties of Fuels and Oxygenates

    - Petroleum Degradates

    - Cosolvency
    - Newer versus Older Sites
    - Silica Gel Cleanup
    - Financial Considerations
    - Site Assessment Tools
    - Improving Characterization of Older Sites


    LNAPL

    - Common Misconceptions

    - LNAPL Mobility (Csatvs. Sr)
    - LNAPL Transmissivity Tests
    - Mass Recovery vs. Phase Change
    - LNAPL Recovery Options
    - Removal to Maximum Extent Practicable


    Common Remediation Technologies

    - Excavation

    - Natural Attenuation

    - Soil Vapor Extraction

    - Air Sparging with Soil Vapor Extraction

    - Multiphase Extraction
      Less Common Remediation Technologies

    - Skimming and Bailing

    - Ozone Sparging and ISCO

    - Enhanced Bioremediation
    - Pump and Treat


    Other/Innovative Remediation Technologies

    - In Situ Soil Mixing

    - Containment

    - Phytoremediation

    - Hot Water Flooding

    - Surfactant Enhanced Recovery

    - In Situ Thermal Remediation


    Feasibility Evaluation & Remedy Selection

    - Interim Actions

    - Rental Equipment
    - Bulk Removal and Polishing Technologies
    - Alignment with CA LTCP and other ARARs


    Operation and Maintenance
    - Work Plan Evaluation

    - Performance Monitoring
    - Rebound Testing

    - Performance Optimization


    Review of Key Concepts and Closing



    Intended Audience:  This course is intended for environmental consultants seeking an improved understanding of soil, vapor, and groundwater remediation technologies applicable to petroleum hydrocarbon sites in California.


    Education Level: Intermediate to advanced. General concepts and current research are included to ensure all levels benefit from attending.


    Course Materials: Course proceedings and references will be provided.

    Credit: 15 PDHs or 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.

    Registration: This training is open to environmental consultants located in California. You may include multiple registrants on a single registration by adding guests (name and email are required for each guest). You may register each attendee online or by calling us at (800) 385-0783.

    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-six years of professional experience in environmental quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water, soil, and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to environmental projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, natural attenuation, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Academy.

    • February 24, 2021
    • 8:00 AM (PST)
    • February 25, 2021
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Online Training (Webinar)
    Register


    February 24 - 25, 2020, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. PST (2 Days)
    Pacific Time Zone

    Live Online Training with Q&A



    Course Reviews (4.8/5): 


    Overview: This practical and highly acclaimed course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollution chemistry and its applications to stormwater monitoring and treatment. Topics include an overview of stormwater pollutant sources, characteristics, transport and fate, monitoring, best management practices (BMPs), BMP selection and performance, current research, and emerging technologies. Surface water and groundwater protection are also covered.


    Course Topics


    Stormwater Quality Principles
      • General Stormwater Chemistry
      • Chemo/Pollutographs
      • Stormwater Monitoring
      • Grab versus Composite Sampling
      • Event Mean Concentrations
      • Pollutant Loads
      • Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET)
      • Managing First Flush
      • Sediment Chemistry
      • Common Pollutant Sources
      • Atmospheric Deposition
      • Contaminant Transport and Fate
      • Metal Pollutant Properties
      • Organic Pollutant Properties
      • Partitioning Coefficients
      • Complexation & Speciation
      • Cation Exchange
      • Redox Potential
      • Acidity (pH)
      • Alkalinity and Hardness
      • Conductivity


    Stormwater Pollutant Properties
      • Thermal Pollution
      • Solids (Turbidity, TS, TSS, TDS, and SSC)
      • Nanoparticles
      • Acid/Base Generating Material
      • Metals (Al, Ag, As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Hg, Ni, Pb, Se, Sb, and Zn)
      • Salts and Other Minerals
      • Nutrients
      • Oxygen Demanding Pollutants
      • Oil and Grease
      • Antifreeze Glycols
      • Detergents, Soaps and Other Surfactants
      • Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)

      • Persistent Organic Pollutants

      • PAHs

    Stormwater Pollutants (cont.)

      • PCBs
      • Phthalates
      • Pesticides and Degradates
      • Pathogens


    Stormwater Treatment Processes
      • Coagulation/Flocculation
      • Precipitation
      • Sedimentation
      • Flotation
      • Laminar Separation
      • Vortex Separation
      • Screening
      • Filtration
      • Sorption
      • Temperature Reduction
      • Acid/Base Neutralization
      • Volatilization
      • Disinfection
      • Biodegradation
      • Phytodegradation
      • Soil Processes
      • Infiltration


    BMP Effectiveness
      • BMP and LID Categories
      • BMP Selection Criteria
      • Performance Assessment
      • International BMP Database
      • Concentration Reduction
      • Load Reduction
      • Efficiency Ratio
      • Summation of Loads
      • Effluent Probability Method
      • Online vs. Offline Facilities
      • Low Impact Development
      • Treatment Trains
      • TAPE Approved BMPs
      • Zero Valent Iron Applications
      • Biochar Applications
      • Engineered Streambeds
      • Permeable Reactive Weirs


    Groundwater and Surface Water Protection


    Intended Audience: Water quality professionals seeking an improved understanding of stormwater chemistry and its applications to stormwater treatment and management. Scientists, engineers, enforcement and field staff, program managers, and stormwater policy makers will benefit from attending.

    Education Level: Current research and advanced topics are included to ensure all experience levels benefit from attending.

    Course Materials: 2020 updated course proceedings and references.


    Credit: 15 PDHs or 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.


    Tuition: $395 individual, $295 per person for 2 - 9 people, $195 per person for groups of 10 or more. Register online or by calling us at (800) 385-0783.


    Location: Your home or office - anywhere you can get comfortable and online.

    About the Instructor:  Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in water quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to water quality improvement projects and teaches courses in environmental chemistry, transport and fate, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Association. Between teaching and consulting, he researches and develops new water treatment technologies.
    • May 05, 2021
    • 8:00 AM (EDT)
    • May 06, 2021
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Live Online Training (Webinar)


    May 5 - 6, 2021, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. EDT (2 Days)
    Eastern Time Zone

    Live Interactive Online Training


    Course Reviews (4.7/5): 

    Please note: This class is open to Virginia DEQ staff only. If you would like to attend a similar class please email or call us to request an offering in your area.

    Overview: This practical course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollutant control measures (i.e., best management practices) and their performance. Topics include an overview of stormwater BMPs, BMP selection, performance assessment, BMP effectiveness, and performance optimization. The course focuses on how pollutant removal is affected by BMP design, operation, maintenance, and the use of treatment trains. The latest BMP performance data from the International BMP Database is presented. These data provide a baseline for understanding typical BMP performance and setting performance expectations. Recommended inspection practices are also discussed.

    Course Topics:

    BMP Management

    • Stormwater Management Challenges
    • Stormwater Quality
    • Stormwater Treatment Processes
    • Municipal BMPs
    • Trash Capture BMPs
    • Stormwater and TMDLs
    • Reasonable Assurance Analysis
    • Construction Stormwater Treatment
    • Chemical Treatment Systems
    • Industrial Stormwater Treatment

     

    BMP Selection and Costs

    • BMP Selection Criteria and Data
    • Online vs. Offline BMPs
    • Treatment Trains
    • SELECT Model
    • Capital and O&M Cost Models
    • Municipal BMP Capital and O&M Costs
    • Construction BMP Capital and O&M Costs
    • Active Chemical Treatment System Capital and O&M Costs
    • Industrial BMP Capital and O&M Costs
     

    BMP Monitoring and Performance

    • Monitoring Types and Metrics
    • Treatment Train Performance
    • BMP Performance Variables
    • Performance Expectation Functions
    • International BMP Database Performance Summaries
    • Proprietary BMP Performance
    • Chemical Treatment Performance
    • Industrial BMP Performance
    • Construction BMP Performance 

    BMP O&M and Optimization

    • BMP O&M Overview
    • BMP Field Inspections
    • Municipal BMP Inspection and O&M
    • Construction BMP Inspection and O&M
    • Chemical Treatment System Inspection and O&M
    • Ion Exchange System Inspection and O&M
    • BMP Performance Optimization Practices

      Interactive Exercises and Worksheets



      Intended Audience:  This course is intended for scientists, engineers, permit writers, inspectors, and managers seeking an improved understanding of stormwater BMP performance and optimization.


      Education Level: Intermediate to advanced. General concepts and current research are included to ensure that all levels benefit from attending.

      Credit: 1.5 continuing education units (CEUs) or 15 professional development hours (PDHs) for completing 15 hours of instruction time.

      Course Materials: Course proceedings and references.

      Registration: This course is open to Virginia DEQ stall only. Please register internally.

      About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in water quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to water quality improvement projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Association. Between teaching and consulting, he researches and develops new water treatment technologies.

    Environmental Training Course History

    September 24, 2020 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training Course: A Focus on the Behavior of Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Live Online Training
    September 22, 2020 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training Course: A Focus on the Behavior of Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Live Online Training
    September 17, 2020 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Live Online Training
    August 19, 2020 PFAS Transport, Fate, and Remediation: Understanding and Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Including PFOA and PFOS Training Course - CalEPA Water Board Staff Only
    July 29, 2020 Stormwater BMP Performance and Optimization Training Course: A Focus on BMP Performance Studies, Design, Operation, and Maintenance - Live Online Training
    July 14, 2020 PFAS Transport, Fate, and Remediation in Soil, Surface Water, and Groundwater: Understanding and Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Including PFOA and PFOS Training Course - Live Online Training
    June 29, 2020 PFAS Transport, Fate, and Remediation in Soil, Surface Water, and Groundwater: Understanding and Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Including PFOA and PFOS Training Course - Live Online Training
    June 24, 2020 PFAS Transport, Fate, and Remediation: Understanding and Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Including PFOA and PFOS Training Course - CalEPA State Water Resources Control Board - Live Online Training
    June 16, 2020 PFAS Transport, Fate, and Remediation: Understanding and Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Including PFOA and PFOS Training Course - CalEPA Regional Water Quality Control Board - Live Online Training
    June 02, 2020 Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater Training Course - CalEPA State Water Resources Control Board - Live Online Training
    May 13, 2020 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training Course: A Focus on the Behavior of Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Hawaii DOH
    May 12, 2020 Principles of Hawaii Hydrogeology Training Course - Hawaii DOH
    May 06, 2020 PFAS Transport, Fate, and Remediation in Washington State: Understanding and Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Including PFOA and PFOS Training Course - Webinar
    April 29, 2020 Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater Training Course - CalEPA State Water Resources Control Board
    April 14, 2020 Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater Training Course - CalEPA State Water Resources Control Board
    February 25, 2020 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training Course, VA DEQ Staff Only - Richmond, VA
    February 11, 2020 Surface Water and Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry Principles and Applications to Monitoring and Treatment Training Course - Spokane, WA
    February 05, 2020 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training - Renton, WA
    January 30, 2020 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training - Renton, WA
    December 04, 2019 PFAS Training Course: Transport, Fate, and Remediation of PFAS in Soil and Groundwater: Understanding and Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Including PFOA and PFOS - Renton, WA
    November 20, 2019 Contaminant Transport and Fate Refresher: An Update on Contaminant Behavior in Soil and Groundwater - Renton, WA
    November 19, 2019 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals Training Course - Renton, WA
    November 06, 2019 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater Training Course: Applications and Limitations of In Situ and Ex Situ Remedies - Hawaii DOH Staff Only - Pearl City, HI
    November 05, 2019 High Resolution Site Characterization and Environmental Molecular Diagnostic Tools for Improving Restoration of Contaminated Sites Training Course - Hawaii DOH Staff Only - Pearl City, HI
    October 22, 2019 Agrochemical Transport and Fate in Soil, Surface Water, and Groundwater Training Course: A Focus on Pesticides, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus - Renton, WA
    September 25, 2019 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater Training Course: Applications and Limitations of In Situ and Ex Situ Remedies - Renton, WA
    September 17, 2019 Environmental Chemistry Principles and Applications for Environmental Professionals Training Course, VA DEQ Staff Only - Richmond, VA
    August 20, 2019 PFAS Training Course - Transport, Fate, and Remediation of PFAS in Soil and Groundwater: Understanding and Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances - Renton, WA
    June 27, 2019 Stormwater BMP Performance and Optimization: A Focus on BMP Performance Studies, Design, Operation, and Maintenance - Austin, TX
    June 25, 2019 Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater - Austin, TX
    June 13, 2019 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Renton, WA
    June 11, 2019 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on the Behavior of Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Renton, WA
    May 14, 2019 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Renton, WA
    May 09, 2019 Managing Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Contamination in the Environment Training Course - State College, PA
    May 07, 2019 Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater - State College, PA
    April 24, 2019 Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater, DTSC Staff Only - Cypress, CA
    April 16, 2019 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Renton, WA
    March 26, 2019 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater: Applications and Limitations of In Situ and Ex Situ Remedies Training Course, DTSC Staff Only - Cypress, CA
    February 27, 2019 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training Course: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals, DTSC Staff Only - Cypress, CA
    November 06, 2018 Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater Training Course - Renton, WA
    October 30, 2018 Stormwater BMP Performance and Optimization Training Course: A Focus on BMP Performance Studies, Design, Operation, and Maintenance, VA DEQ Staff Only - Richmond, VA
    October 16, 2018 Agrochemical Transport and Fate in Soil, Surface Water, and Groundwater Training Course - Renton, WA
    October 02, 2018 Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater Training Course - Pasadena, CA
    August 15, 2018 Surface Water and Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry Principles and Applications to Monitoring and Treatment Training Course - Renton, WA
    August 14, 2018 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals Training Course - Renton, WA
    August 07, 2018 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training Course: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Renton, WA
    June 13, 2018 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater: Applications and Limitations of In Situ and Ex Situ Remedies Training Course - Sacramento, CA
    June 11, 2018 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater: Applications and Limitations of In Situ and Ex Situ Remedies Training Course - Berkeley, CA
    May 17, 2018 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training Course: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Sacramento, CA
    May 15, 2018 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training Course: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Berkeley, CA
    May 02, 2018 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater Training Course: Applications and Limitations of In Situ and Ex Situ Remedies - Renton, WA
    May 01, 2018 High Resolution Site Characterization and Environmental Molecular Diagnostic Tools for Improving Restoration of Contaminated Sites Training Course - Renton, WA
    April 04, 2018 Stormwater BMP Performance and Optimization Training Course: A Focus on BMP Performance Studies, Design, Operation, and Maintenance - Renton, WA
    March 21, 2018 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Bellevue/Renton, WA
    March 20, 2018 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals Training Course - Bellevue/Renton, WA
    November 29, 2017 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil and Groundwater Training Course: California Water Board Staff Only - Los Angeles, CA
    November 28, 2017 Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Training Course: Focus on Chlorinated Solvent and Petroleum Remediation with MNA: California Water Board Staff Only - Los Angeles, CA
    November 14, 2017 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil, Vapor, and Groundwater: Applications and Limitations of Sixty-four In Situ and Ex Situ Remedies - Denver, CO
    October 17, 2017 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - California Water Resources Control Board Staff Only, San Diego, CA
    October 12, 2017 Transport, Fate, and Natural Attenuation of Metals and VOCs in Soil and Groundwater, MSECA Annual Meeting - Indianapolis, IN
    September 13, 2017 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil and Groundwater Training Course: California Water Board Staff Only - Sacramento, CA
    September 12, 2017 Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Training: Focus on Chlorinated Solvent and Petroleum Remediation with MNA: California Water Board Staff Only - Sacramento, CA
    August 29, 2017 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - California Water Resources Control Board Staff Only, San Luis Obispo, CA
    August 22, 2017 Surface Water and Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Monitoring and Treatment - Los Angeles, CA
    August 07, 2017 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - California Water Resources Control Board Staff Only, Sacramento, CA
    June 22, 2017 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Austin, TX
    June 20, 2017 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Austin, TX
    June 07, 2017 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Helena, MT
    June 06, 2017 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Helena, MT
    April 25, 2017 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Bellevue, WA
    April 19, 2017 Surface Water and Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Management and Treatment - Bellevue, WA
    April 18, 2017 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Bellevue, WA
    March 01, 2017 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - California Water Resources Control Board Staff Only, Sacramento, CA
    February 23, 2017 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - California Water Resources Control Board Staff Only, Los Angeles, CA
    February 01, 2017 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management - California State Water Resources Control Board Staff Only, Sacramento, CA
    January 31, 2017 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - California Water Resources Control Board Staff Only, Sacramento, CA
    January 25, 2017 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Denver, CO
    January 24, 2017 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry Short Course: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management - Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority, Centennial, CO
    December 08, 2016 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater - A Focus On Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - California State Water Resources Control Board, Los Angeles, CA
    November 09, 2016 Remediation Principles and Technologies for Soil and Groundwater Training Course - State College, PA
    November 02, 2016 Surface Water and Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Principles and Applications - Union Gap, WA
    November 01, 2016 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Union Gap, WA
    October 20, 2016 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Cal EPA Water Resources Control Board, San Diego, CA
    October 11, 2016 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater - A Focus On Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - California State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, CA
    October 06, 2016 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Cal EPA Water Resources Control Board HQ, Sacramento, CA
    September 29, 2016 Surface Water and Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Principles and Applications - San Diego, CA
    September 27, 2016 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management - California State Water Resources Control Board, San Diego, CA
    September 13, 2016 Surface Water and Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Principles and Applications - Spokane, WA
    September 12, 2016 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Spokane, WA
    August 30, 2016 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Cal EPA Water Resources Control Board HQ, Sacramento, CA
    August 09, 2016 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater - A Focus On Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - California State Water Resources Control Board, Sacramento, CA
    June 29, 2016 Surface Water and Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Principles and Applications - Spokane, WA
    June 28, 2016 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Spokane, WA
    June 15, 2016 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Kirkland, WA
    June 09, 2016 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Sacramento, CA
    May 18, 2016 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Anchorage, AK
    May 10, 2016 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Sacramento, CA
    May 04, 2016 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry Principles and Applications - Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, Denver, CO
    May 03, 2016 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Contaminated Sites (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Denver, CO
    April 05, 2016 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Oakland, CA
    March 24, 2016 Roadway Runoff Pollutants, BMP Selection, and Performance Training Course - Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RI DOT) - Providence, RI
    March 17, 2016 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater Course: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Attenuation (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Virginia Dept. of Environmental Quality, Richmond, VA
    March 09, 2016 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Bellevue, WA
    March 08, 2016 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Bellevue, WA
    February 25, 2016 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater Course: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Attenuation (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Austin, TX
    February 23, 2016 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Austin, TX
    January 27, 2016 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Bellevue, WA
    December 03, 2015 Stormwater Treatment Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness - Pasadena, CA
    November 17, 2015 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Fort Collins, CO
    November 04, 2015 Metal Attenuation in Soil and Groundwater: Applying the Six Scenarios Approach to Inorganic Attenuation (U.S. DOE 2011) Training Course - Bellevue, WA
    October 22, 2015 Principles of Hawaii Hydrogeology, and Contaminant Transport and Fate in Fractured Basalt with Red Hill Case Study - Honolulu, HI
    October 21, 2015 Petroleum Transport and Fate in Fractured Basalt: Applications to the Red Hill Underground Fuel Storage Facility Training Session - NAVFAC, Honolulu, HI
    October 14, 2015 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater - A focus on petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and metals - California Dept. of Toxics Substance Control, Sacramento, CA
    October 05, 2015 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Philadelphia, PA
    October 01, 2015 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Baltimore, MD
    September 23, 2015 2015 Science and Technology Update for Managers of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Sites: The Latest Research on Assessment, Attenuation, and Remediation - Bellevue, WA
    September 15, 2015 Introduction to ArcGIS 10 for Environmental Professionals: Principles of GIS Mapping and Data Analysis - Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA
    June 08, 2015 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Philadelphia, PA
    June 04, 2015 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Harrisburg, PA
    June 02, 2015 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Harrisburg, PA
    May 14, 2015 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Sacramento, CA
    April 28, 2015 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry Principles and Applications - Denver, CO
    April 15, 2015 HDOH Internal Red Hill Petroleum Spill Training Session (Private) - Honolulu, HI
    April 13, 2015 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Honolulu, HI
    March 25, 2015 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Olympia, WA
    March 24, 2015 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Olympia, WA
    March 19, 2015 Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Transport, Fate, and Natural Attenuation - Merrillville, IN
    March 17, 2015 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Lansing, MI
    February 26, 2015 Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Training: Focus on Chlorinated Solvent and Petroleum Remediation with MNA - Bellevue, WA
    February 18, 2015 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Oakland, CA
    February 17, 2015 Private Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry Short Course - SF Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland, CA
    January 22, 2015 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Honolulu, HI
    January 15, 2015 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater Training: A Focus on Petroleum, Chlorinated Solvents, and Metals - Bellevue, WA
    January 14, 2015 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Bellevue, WA
    December 09, 2014 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Providence, RI
    December 04, 2014 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Philadelphia, PA
    December 02, 2014 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Alexandria, VA
    October 28, 2014 Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry: Applications to Monitoring and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Bellevue, WA
    September 09, 2014 Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Training: Focus on Petroleum and Solvent Cleanup with MNA
    June 03, 2014 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management - CalEPA Office, Riverside, CA
    May 14, 2014 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management - Cal EPA Office, Sacramento, CA
    April 15, 2014 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater: A focus on petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and metals - Cal EPA, Sacramento, CA
    March 26, 2014 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management - Missouri DNR Office, Jefferson, MO
    March 12, 2014 Stormwater Chemistry Principles for Local Source Control Specialists - Tacoma, WA
    February 25, 2014 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater - A focus on petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and metals
    February 19, 2014 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater - A focus on petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and metals
    January 28, 2014 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management, Denver, Colorado, January 28 - 29, 2014
    January 15, 2014 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management, Austin, Texas, January 15 - 16, 2014
    December 04, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 22 - 23, 2015
    November 06, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management, Portland, Oregon, November 6 - 7, 2013
    October 30, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management - Indianapolis, IN
    October 28, 2013 Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Transport, Fate, and Natural Attenuation, MSECA Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN
    October 09, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Management, Anchorage, Alaska, October 9 - 10, 2013
    September 24, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Management, Austin, Texas, September 24 - 25, 2013
    September 19, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Management, Richmond, Virginia, September 19 - 20, 2013
    August 27, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry: Principles and Applications to Storm Water Treatment and Management, Franklin, TN
    June 13, 2013 Petroleum Hydrocarbon Transport, Fate, and Natural Attenuation, June MSECA Meeting, Indianapolis, IN
    June 11, 2013 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater - A focus on petroleum, chlorinated solvents, and metals, Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management (IDEM), Indianapolis, IN
    March 19, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry Principles and Applications Workshop, Sacramento, CA
    March 18, 2013 Chemistry Refresher for Environmental Professionals - Sacramento, CA
    February 27, 2013 Stormwater Chemistry Principles and Applications Workshop, Seattle, WA, Feb. 27 - 28, 2013
    February 04, 2013 Contaminated Site Management Training Series in Indianapolis, IN
    October 04, 2012 Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Training: Focus on Petroleum and Solvent Cleanup with MNA, Sacramento, CA, October 4 - 5, 2012
    October 02, 2012 Transport and Fate of Contaminants in Soil and Groundwater Training in Sacramento, CA, October 2 - 3, 2012
    October 01, 2012 Environmental Chemistry Refresher for Contaminated Site Managers Training in Sacramento, CA, October 1, 2012
    October 01, 2012 Contaminant Chemistry, Transport, Fate, and MNA Training Series in Sacramento, CA, October 1 - 5, 2012
    September 18, 2012 Environmental Enforcement and Inspection Training Series in Anchorage, AK, September 18 - 20, 2012
    August 07, 2012 Environmental Enforcement and Inspection Training Series in Honolulu, HI, August 7 - 9, 2012
    April 19, 2012 Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Techniques (SCAT) Training, Sacramento, CA, April 19 - 20, 2012
    March 27, 2012 Intro to ArcGIS 10 for Environmental Data Mapping and Analysis, Olympia, WA, March 27 - 29, 2012
    March 15, 2012 Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Techniques (SCAT) Training, Seattle, WA, March 15 - 16, 2012
    March 14, 2012 Incident Command System (ICS) Supervisor Training and Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Techniques (SCAT) Training Series, Seattle, WA, March 14 - 16, 2012
    February 27, 2012 Environmental Enforcement and Inspection Training Series in Seattle, WA, February 27 - 29, 2012
    December 08, 2011 Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Course in Portland, Oregon, December 8 - 9, 2011
    December 06, 2011 Principles of Contaminant Transport and Fate in Soil and Groundwater in Portland, Oregon, December 6 - 7, 2011
    December 05, 2011 Contaminated Site Management Series in Portland, OR, Dec. 5 - 9, 2011
    December 05, 2011 Environmental Chemistry Refresher for Contaminated Site Managers Course in Portland, Oregon, Dec. 5, 2011
    November 14, 2011 Environmental Enforcement and Inspection Training Series in Sacramento, California, Nov. 14 - 16, 2011
    November 14, 2011 Contaminated Site Management Series in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Nov. 14 - 18, 2011
    October 17, 2011 Environmental Enforcement and Inspection Training in Portland, Oregon, Oct. 17, 2011
    September 28, 2011 Environmental Enforcement and Inspection Training Series in Seattle, WA, Sept. 28 - 30, 2011
    September 26, 2011 Contaminated Site Management Series in Jackson, MS, Sept. 26 - 30, 2011
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