Framework for Integrating Sustainability into Remediation Projects – a Boeing Case Study
Webinar :: SURF in conjunction with A&WMA :: Wed Sept 25 2013, 1:00 to 2:30 EDT
Presented by Deborah Taege and Karin Holland
The Sustainable Remediation Forum (SURF) has created a new framework for integrating sustainability into remediation projects. This framework enables sustainability parameters to be integrated and balanced throughout the remediation project life cycle, while ensuring long-term protection of human health and the environment and achieving public and regulatory acceptance. The attributes of the framework will be highlighted through a case study of the Santa Susanna site in Southern California.
Deborah is an Environmental Engineer with over 13 years of experience in the environmental field focusing on remediation projects and storm water management. She works for The Boeing Company as a remediation project manager and holds a Bachelors and Master’s degree in environmental engineering from Michigan Technological University.
Karin is responsible for leading the application of sustainability thinking to Haley & Aldrich's services in the built environment, including environmental remediation. Karin’s areas of expertise include developing sustainability programs and environmental management systems, performing sustainability appraisals and audits, and providing sustainability training. Karin is the current Past President of the Sustainable Remediation Forum (SURF) and chairs their Technical Initiative Committee.
SURF members receive a $50 discount on registration fees. Contact the Communications Chair for the discount code.