2022 New Jersey Site Remediation Conference

  • 14 Jun 2022
  • 1:00 PM
  • 15 Jun 2022
  • 5:00 PM
  • Hyatt New Brunswick

2022 New Jersey Site Remediation Conference

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NJSRC Postponed - New Dates Announced

The LSRPA Board and NJSRC Committee have deliberated over recent developments of COVID, and jointly concluded that it is in the best interest of the health and welfare of all of our attendees to postpone the annual New Jersey Site Remediation Conference from February to June 14 and 15, 2022.

We are happy to announce that June's Conference will remain at the Hyatt in New Brunswick. We look forward to the nicer weather and the new opportunities that the new dates will present for us.

The NJSRC is the ONLY Conference dedicated to site remediation in New Jersey. Just like past years, the 2022 Conference promises to deliver relevant courses for continuing education credits along with opportunities to network with peers and other industry professionals. There will be communication avenues with other environmental professionals and the opportunity to meet and learn from sponsors and vendors that support Licensed Site Remediation Professionals with specialized services.

When you attend this event, you will experience high-value education and training while having fun and enhancing your relationships with other professionals in your field. Our commitment is to offer you a wonderful opportunity to network with other environmental professionals while providing the convenience of adding Ethics, and Technical and Regulatory LSRP CECs, CLEs or CPCs to your roster for license renewal.


Hyatt New Brunswick
2 Albany Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
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Here's How It Works:

You sign up for the two-day conference pass (this is a must). Then, you have the option of adding courses to your registration (see the course fees for each course).

What the Two-Day Conference Pass Includes:

  • Complete access to all SPEAKER AND TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS on February 15 and 16, 2022, held by the best and brightest in the environmental industries.
  • Opportunities to learn about recent ADVANCES, BEST PRACTICES AND PROFESSIONAL JUDGEMENT.
  • Full access to EXHIBITION HALL to learn about the latest products and services for all aspects of the environmental industries.
  • Exclusive MEMBER-ONLY WELCOME RECEPTION on the evening of Tuesday, February 15, 2022 (Free for attendees until February 7th when it will be $45 per person)
  • Conference MEALS to include continental breakfast, luncheon and networking functions.

Cost for Two-Day Conference Pass:

  • LSRPA Members: $100 ($135 starting February 7th)
  • Sponsors - Extra Attendees: $100 ($135 starting February 7th)
  • Non-Members: $235 ($305 starting February February 7th)

Exhibiting and Specialty Sponsorship Opportunities:

For LSRPA Annual Partners, please contact Marianne Leone at lsrpaconference@gmail.com to learn more about the Exhibiting Sponsorship opportunities available to your company. For companies interested in Specialty Sponsorships, please click here to learn more.

Schedule at a Glance:

To assist you in selecting your courses, view the Schedule at a Glance here → LSRPA 2022 Conf Course Schedule v6.3-rev.pdf

Tuesday's Courses:

LSRP Ethics (Tuesday, February 15 from 1:00pm - 5:30pm)

In response to feedback from attendees, in 2021, the LSRPA’s Professional Ethics course was revamped to expand to 4 hours to ensure adequate time to review professional ethics, regulatory compliance, and recent Licensing Board decisions. In 2022, we are introducing several new instructors to provide instructional variety and new perspectives/information for the course. This course will explore examples of conduct subject to Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board authority and provide an overview of the administrative, regulatory and technical requirements that cause compliance issues for LSRPs. The course will also provide an up-to-date assessment of Licensing Board decisions, enforcement actions and identify the specific code of conduct items that were most cited within the 12-month period. In addition, the instructors will engage the attendees with "What Would You Do" case scenarios.

Credits: 3 Ethics and 1 Regulatory - Course Number 2021-053

Instructors: Kathi StetserMark HeinzelmanAllison GabalaMarlene LindhardtJoanne Vos

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $170, Non-Member - $270

LSRP Exam Preparation Course Part 1 (Tuesday, February 15 from 1:00pm - 6:30pm)

** Prospective LSRPs Only** The LSRP Exam Preparation Course reviews the regulations and technical guidance upon which the LSRP Exam is based. This is the only prep course before the April 2022 exam. Class is split between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning. Book early; space is limited. (Before registering, please email Anne Lazo at alazo@eaglesoars.com to receive a registration code that subtracts the Conference Pass fee from your registration).

Course Fee: LSRPA Member $165, Non-Member - $250

Navigating the PFAS Investigation Process and Developing Remedial Alternatives (Tuesday, February 15 from 2:45pm - 5:00pm)

A year after the promulgation of standards for two PFAS compounds, with more standards on the horizon, much has been learned about PFAS. Join us at this 2-hour course to learn from case studies, including commingled plumes and source identification, forensic methods, and more. Remediation of PFAS will also be discussed.

Credits: 2 Technical (LSRPs), 2 CPCs, 2.4 CLEs - Course Number 2021-108

Instructors: Erin PalkoKeith BrodockMichael Martin

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $110, Non-Member - $210

Advancing Brownfield Remediation and Redevelopment: Funding, Financing, and Technical Assistance (Tuesday, February 15 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm)

The construction industry is booming in New Jersey - from residential properties to the ubiquitous warehouses! Many of these new constructions are being built on contaminated properties undergoing remediation. New Jersey has several programs to provide technical and financial support to assist in returning blighted properties to productive use. This 1-hour course reviews these programs, along with new tax credits, loan program, grants, and more so that LSRPs can more successfully guide clients through the processes to make their remediation and redevelopment plans as economical as possible.

Credits: 1 Regulatory (LSRPs) - Course Number 2021-101

Instructor: Elizabeth Limbrick

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $55, Non-Member - $105

Wednesday's Courses

Environmental Justice: Recent State and Federal Initiatives, Developments and Impacts on Site Remediation (Wednesday, February 16 from 8:00am - 10:00am)

This 2-hour course will summarize recent and upcoming (2022) environmental justice initiatives and developments at the state and federal levels. With instruction from LSRPs and NJDEP staff, the course will highlight the actual and expected effects on environmental professionals. It will focus on the regulatory and technical topics that must be navigated by LSRPs as they address site remediation, including at Brownfield and Community Collaborative Initiative sites.

Credits: 2 Regulatory (LSRPs), 1 CPC, 1.2 CLEs - Course Number 2021-103

Instructors: Mark HeinzelmanAllison GabalaWilliam LindnerFrederick Shoyer

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $110, Non-Member - $210

The Geology of New Jersey for Non-Geologists (Wednesday, February 16 from 8:00am - 10:00am)

From mountains to beaches, New Jersey has it all - thanks to its geology! Geology plays a critical role not only in our recreational options but in remediation, controlling not only contamination distribution and migration but subsequent migration of treatment materials. This 2-hour course provides a basic understanding of New Jersey geology and its effects on contamination. Both surficial deposits and bedrock will be discussed as each have unique properties relevant to remediation.

Credits: 2 Technical (LSRPs), 2 CPCs, 2.4 CLEs - Course Number 2021-106

Instructor: Robert Blauvelt

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $110, Non-Member - $210

How In-Situ Thermal Remediation Can Meet Your Remediation Deadlines Quickly and Efficiently (Wednesday, February 16 from 8:00am - 10:00am)

Thermal remediation technologies - Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH), Thermal Conductive Heating (TCH), and Steam Enhanced Extraction (SEE) - can be used to rapidly meet remedial deadlines. This 2-hour course will provide a brief background on thermal technologies, a description of the permitting and reporting process, and will highlight some "Do's and Don’ts" of thermal remedies within the New Jersey site remediation program.

Credits: 2 Technical (LSRPs), 2 CPCs, 2.4 CLEs - Course Number 2021-061

Instructors: Gary Angyal, Steffen Griepke

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $110, Non-Member - $210

LSRP Exam Preparation Course Part 2 (Wednesday, February 16 from 8:00am - 12:00pm)

This is the 2nd day of the LSRP Exam Preparation Course. You are required to take Part 1, which is being held on Tuesday afternoon.

Wetlands and Site Remediation Working Together (Wednesday, February 16 from 1:30pm - 3:00pm)

Ecologically sensitive natural resources, specifically wetlands, will be the focus of this 1.5 hour course. When site remediation and land use requirements intersect, there are additional considerations beyond the typical. This course will discuss approaches to investigation and remediation on and near wetlands, permitting needs, constraints and strategies in these areas.

Credits: 1 Technical and 0.5 Regulatory (LSRPs), 1.5 CPCs, 1.8 CLEs - Course Number 2021-144

Instructors: Jeffrey EntinRobert RechRobert Crespi

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $82.50, Non-Member - $157.50

Lab Analytics: Data Quality and User Perspective (Wednesday, February 16 from 2:45pm - 5:00pm)

Environmental practitioners use analytical data to make decisions that affect human health and the environment. But how well is the analytical bias in the data understood? This 2-hour Course will provide insights to determining data usability, through a discussion of how site conditions, site matrix, sampling error, and inherent analytical uncertainty impact the results and contribute to analytical bias.

Credits: 2 Technical (LSRPs), 2 CPCs, 2.4 CLEs - Course Number 2021-100

Instructors: Polly NewboldSonya Ward

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $110, Non-Member - $210

Advancements in Chemical and Biological Remediation Technologies (Wednesday, February 16 from 2:45pm - 5:00pm)

In situ remediation technologies - chemical oxidation (ISCO), chemical reduction (ISCR), and biological remediation - continue to advance. This 2-hour Course outlines the background chemistries associated with using these approaches to remediate organic contaminants. Topics also include the destruction pathways for common organic contaminants (e.g. chlorinated solvents, BTEX, etc.), recent advances in these technologies, and their limitations. Also presented will be case studies of advanced in situ remedial technologies and application methods.

Credits: 2 Technical (LSRPs), 2 CPCs, 2.4 CLEs- Course Number 2021-093

Instructors: William MoodyEric RaesTroy LizerJeff Krohn

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $110, Non-Member - $210

Contaminants of Emerging Concern: Updates and Practical Applications of NJDEP's Guidance (Wednesday, February 16 from 3:30pm - 5:00pm)

Contaminants of Emerging Concern present a continual challenge to LSRPs. This 1.5-hour Course will provide a practical guide for addressing Contaminants of Emerging Concern while navigating sites through the Site Remediation Program from evaluation to closure. It will include a detailed discussion of the NJDEP's newly updated Contaminants of Emerging Concern guidance, a review of Frequently Asked Questions, pertinent website information, and case studies with lessons learned.

Credits: 1.5 Regulatory (LSRPs), 1.5 CPCs, 1.8 CLEs - Course Number 2021-102

Instructors: Caryn BarnesErin Palko

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $82.50, Non-Member - $157.50

Order of Magnitude Requirements and Determinations (Wednesday, February 16 from 3:30pm - 5:00pm)

On May 17, 2021, the NJDEP promulgated new Remediation Standards under N.J.A.C. 7:26D, including revised soil standards and standards for the migration to groundwater pathway, soil leachate, and indoor air pathways for the first time. Some of these standards have decreased by an order of magnitude. This 1.5-hour course focuses on these order of magnitude changes and the evaluation required to address them depending on the previous standards in force for a Site.  Case studies will be presented for various phases of remediation.

Credits: 1.5 Regulatory (LSRPs), 1.5 CPCs, 1.8 CLEs - Course Number 2021-105

Instructors: Candace BakerShelly Beitler

Course Fee: LSRPA Member - $82.50, Non-Member - $157.50

Technical Presentations - No CECs Offered

Session 1 - Innovative Approaches to Site Characterization (Wednesday, February 16 from 8:30am - 10:00am)

  • Hydrostructural Methods in Bedrock Aquifer Characterization and Remedial Decision Making
  • Real-Time Air Monitoring During Remedial Actions
  • Hidden in Plain Sight - Steel Superstructures as Contaminant Sources
Session 2 - Innovative Approaches to Site Remediation (Wednesday, February 16 from 10:30am - 12:00pm)
  • Innovative and Cost-Effective Site Remediation Technology
  • Observations and Lessons Learned from Laboratory and Field Application of Carbohydrate-Activated Persulfate
  • Finding Injected Amendments and Estimating Radius of Influence of Hydraulic Fracturing

Session 3 - Emerging Contaminants (Wednesday, February 16 from 1:30pm - 3:00pm)

  • Due Diligence and Emerging Contaminants & Brownfield Redevelopment - Can They Co-Exist?
  • A Standardized Model for the Remediation of Mercury-Contaminated Polyurethane Flooring Systems in Educational Facilities
  • The Versatility of Organoclay and Surface Clay for Remediation

NJDEP Topical Presentations (No CECs Offered)

  • Obtaining a Pre-Purchaser Administrative Consent Order (Wednesday, 10:30am)
  • Remediation Time Frames (Wednesday, 11:00am)
  • Financial Assurance (Wednesday, 11:30am)
  • Avoiding Deficient Remedial Action Permit Apps (Wednesday, 1:30pm)
  • RAO Guidance (Wednesday, 2:00pm)
  • Documenting Professional Judgement (Wednesday, 2:30pm)
  • Receptor Evaluations/Issues (Wednesday, 3:30pm)
  • Receptor Evaluations/Issues - Continued (Wednesday, 4:00pm)

If you would like to make special arrangements to attend only the Annual Meeting of the LSRPA please email lsrpaconference@gmail.com.

COVID-19 Statement

NJSRC will observe the current NJ state guidance regarding Covid-19 safety which can be found at this link: https://covid19.nj.gov/faqs/nj-information/reopening-guidance-and-restrictions/how-can-people-safely-get-together-what-are-the-limits-for-indoor-and-outdoor-gatherings. If you are interested in receiving Covid-19 news from the state of NJ sign up here:  https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/NJGOV/signup/18969
Here is the CDC link: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/gatherings.html

Important Note: You cannot use your LSRPA account to register another person. Each person must be registered separately using his or her email address. If you have any questions or difficulties registering, please contact our webmaster, Anne Lazo, at alazo@eaglesoars.com.

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