Wednesday, 8 May - Thursday, 9 May 2019
Managing a global remediation portfolio to achieve business results requires a sound strategy, consistent processes, and the right tools.
For the past 15 years, ERM has brought together thought leaders to share ideas and address challenging issues related to contaminated site management. We have proudly hosted more than 30 remediation management roundtables throughout the US, Europe, and Latin America. Previous roundtable attendees include global remediation executives representing leading companies in the aerospace, automotive, chemical, manufacturing, mining, oil & gas, and pharmaceutical sectors.
We are continuing this series with our roundtable in New Jersey this May. Topics to be discussed are shaped around the areas of greatest interest to you and your peers. Highlighted topics include, but are not limited to:
- Proactive Remedial Management Strategies
- Getting Buy in From Regulators
- Innovative Ways to Communicate Value of Remediation to Executives
- Asset Management: Reducing long-term liability during acquisition and divestiture of global site portfolios
- Bringing Site Investigation & Remediation into the Digital Age
- Update on Global Trends Around Emerging Challenges and Solutions (e.g. TCE/1,4-Dioxane/PFC)
- Investigating Commingled Plumes
- Vapor Intrusion
We hope you can join your peers at our upcoming roundtable to engage in a dynamic discussion around today’s challenges of strategic contaminated site management.
ERM will provide all meals during the sessions and participants will cover their travel expenses and hotel arrangements. To keep sessions highly interactive, participation is limited to 20 individuals per roundtable.
Who Should Attend
Remediation Directors and Managers with corporate responsibility for a portfolio of sites, including financial and technical success.
- Chandra Patel, Director Site EH&S, Project Manager, Roche Pharmaceuticals, Nutley, NJ
- Fred Ellerbusch, North America Director, Remediation, Redeployment & Real Estate Solvay, Princeton, NJ
ERM’s remediation leaders and technical experts will be covering the remaining topics and will include:
- Andy Huggins, Global Site Investigation and Remediation Technical Community Lead
- Denice Nelson, North America Site Investigation and Remediation Technical Community Lead
- Rich Dulcey, Site Remediation Partner
- Carla Weinpahl, ERM Partner
- Joe Fiacco, ERM Partner
Please contact Rich Dulcey at [email protected] in regard to the agenda and speakers, and Aarika Hoffner at [email protected] with any questions to attendance and logistics for this event.
Andrew Huggins, Ph.D.
Dr. Huggins is responsible for coordinating ERM remediation practice globally. He is in charge of market development and technical quality within the practice, which involves site investigation, risk assessment, design, and implementation of remediation systems along with Deactivation/Decontamination/Demolition services. He provides oversight to US corporations in managing domestic and overseas remediation liabilities. Dr. Huggins is actively involved in remediation projects in Brazil, Italy and the US with a focus on applying innovative remediation technologies. He has organized and managed expert panels convened to address risk management, remediation, water quality and wastewater treatment issues. He has also assisted private parties in Superfund settlements with the Department of Justice and provided expert testimony on water quality and risk assessment issues.
Richard J. Dulcey, P.E.
Mr. Dulcey has more than 30 years of professional environmental experience performing strategic management services, project management, and engineering. Responsible for ERM’s remediation practice in the north eastern US, Mr. Dulcey has experience in the consulting, insurance and government sectors. He has provided project direction for numerous site remediation and waste management projects through development of negotiation strategies, work scopes, assistance with litigation, and identification of critical issues. His engineering experience includes conceptual, feasibility, and design engineering for soil/waste and ground water collection and treatment, containment systems, innovative treatment, air emission control systems, physical/chemical wastewater treatment systems, financial analysis of alternatives, and development of permit conditions. Mr. Dulcey’s liability analysis experience includes PRP allocations, forensic assessment, backward modelling, and litigation support.