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32nd Annual Environmental Training Symposium and Conference

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Description: IEA Conference Program 9-16-16


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EventsWednesday, October 5, 2016Breakfast Plenary7:45-9:00amEnvironmental Excellence Awards Luncheon12:15-1:45pmAwards presentation followed by keynote speaker Barbara Lee, Director,Department of Toxic Substances ControlPoster Presentation 1:45-2:00pmReception5:00-6:00pmMix and mingle at the hosted reception in the Exhibit HallIEA Research & Education Fundraising Dinner6:00-8:00pmRaffle, awards, and more at Roy’s San Diego Waterfront. Reserve your seatwhen you register for the Conference, seating is limited. $100 per person.Thursday, October 6, 2016Breakfast Plenary7:45-9:15amAPCD Blue Sky Awards, California Legislator of the Year Award, andRegulator of the Year Award.QISP Workshop8:00am-4:30pmToR-led training required to gain QISP certification. Laurel Warddrip andRebecca Greenwood from the State Water Board will be in attendance.Air Permitting 102 Workshop1:00-4:30pmA follow-up to last year’s best-attended session, this workshop will include:emission calculating session, best available control technology analysis,permitting from start to finish, and more!

Sponsored by:Wednesday, October 5 7:45-9:15amBreakfast PlenaryCollaboration and ComplianceModerator: Jack Monger (CEO, Industrial EnvironmentalAssociation)Panelists: CAPT John Adametz (Commanding Officer, NAVFACSouthwest), Craig Anderson (Director - Environmental Affairs,Solar Turbines), Garry Mac Pherson (Associate Vice Chancellorof Environmental & Building Sciences, UC San Diego), andSupervisor Ron Roberts (County of San Diego)

Wednesday, October 5 9:15-10:30amTrack 1 IGP Status and Citizen Suits IGP Compliance Update, Citizen Enforcement and IGP Compliance, and Notice of Intent to Sue—What to Do Moderator: Stephen Marsh (Dentons LLP) Panelists: Rebecca Greenwood (SWRCB), Matt O’Malley (San Diego Coastkeeper), Ed Othmer (AECOM), Suzanne Varco (Opper & Varco, LLP)Track 2 San Diego Air Pollution Control District Update An informative session presented by members of the San Diego Air Pollution Control District’s leadership team. Come meet your local regulators, and hear important updates on air quality issues and trends. Moderator: Sara Giobbi (General Dynamics NASSCO) Panelists: Bob Kard, Jon Adams, Jim Swaney, Bill Brick, Andy Hamilton (San Diego Air Pollution Control District)Track 3 Solid Waste Management This session will discuss some of the recent state legislation including the commercial recycling mandate under AB 341, with a 75% diversion goal, and the AB 1826 organics recycling mandate. This panel will also bring a technical and practical perspective on the next steps needed toward meeting these goals, and begin the discussions needed for community based partnering, as municipalities and businesses across the region initiate zero waste and infrastructure plans. Moderator: Michael Huber (Navy Region South West) Panelists: Ana Carvalho (City of San Diego), Evan Johnson (CalRecycle), Neil Mohr (Republic Services), Dr. Eugene Tseng (UCLA)

Wednesday, October 5 10:45am-12pmTrack 1 IGP Level 1 & 2—Are You Prepared? Is your facility in Level 1 and heading towards Level 2 status? If so, then listen to the experts on how to prepare Exceedance Response Reports. Moderator: Ed Othmer (AECOM) Panelists: Ruth Kolb (City of San Diego), Jonathan Meronek (SCS Engineers), CASQA RepresentativeTrack 2 CARB Regulatory Update Panel Proposed PERP and Portable ATCM Revisions, CARB Regulations and Compliance Mobile Sources, Scoping Plan and Other GHG Rules. Moderator: Alfred Dumaual (NAVFAC, US Navy) Panelists: Mary Jane Coombs (CARB), Randy Opfer (CARB), Joseph Gormley (CARB)Track 3 RCRA Hazwaste Air Standards This session will discuss the regulation of volatile hazardous waste as well as provide examples of the different types of regulated equipment. The regulations address the storage and transfer of the waste. Large quantity generators of RCRA hazardous waste are specifically subject to these requirements. The types of RCRA hazardous waste that may require emission controls are volatile organic containing wastes such as flammable liquids, spent solvents, and similar wastes. Panelists: David McKinley (McKinley Engineering), John Misleh (County of San Diego)

Wednesday, October 5 12:15-1:45pmEnvironmental Excellence Awards LuncheonSponsored by:Environmental Excellence Award Winners California Product Stewardship Council/Flame King/ U-Haul Refillable one-pound propane gas cylinder program CP Kelco Reduced water use by more than 10 million gallons in the first months of 2016 Sony Electronics Inc. Responsible Recycling Powered by Sony program, promoting e-waste recycling UC San Diego EH&S Department Created and maintained the CERS Business Users Group, and manage the second-largest facility in San Diego CountyPlenary SessionModerated by Michael Foster (Vice President,Kleinfelder), this session will feature a discussion withBarbara Lee (Director, Department of Toxic SubstancesControl) and Michael Shaw (Vice President-Governmental Relations, California Manufacturers andTechnology Association).

Wednesday, October 5 2:15-3:30pmTrack 1 Water SupplyWe have already cut back on water. What is the current status ofwater supplies? How can we collaborate with our water supplier tosave water?Moderator: Anne Bamford (IEA)Panelists: Dave Ceppos (Center for Collaborative Policy,CSUS), Russ Gibbon (City of San Diego), Jeff Stephenson (SanDiego County Water Authority)Track 2 Strategies to Tackle Air Quality ChallengesOzone, Nonattainment, Air Toxics, PMModerator: Lori Haase, Solar Turbines, Inc.Panelists: Philip M. Fine (SCAQMD), Seyed Sadredin(SJVAPCD), Henry Hilken (BAAQMD)Track 3Clean Transportation: Solutions & Resources to Meet aGrowing Demand for EVsSDG&E launched their new electric vehicle charging stationsprogram, Power Your Drive, that will install 3,500 electric vehiclecharging stations at 350 locations, which include workplaces,apartments and condos. The City of Chula is taking advantage ofPower Your Drive and will share their insights on how this program isshaping the way they manage their fleets in the future to includemore EV. SANDAG will highlight the valuable resources availablethrough Plug-In San Diego for organizations considering installing EVcharging infrastructure, including best practices on workplacecharging, to resources for fleet manager and guidelines for installingEV charging stations in residential and commercial locations and somuch more. If you’re experiencing increased requests for EVcharging stations at your facility, you don’t want to miss this session!Moderator: Randy Schimka (SDG&E)Panelists: April Bolduc (SDG&E), Barbara Locci (City of ChulaVista), Allison Wood (SANDAG)

Wednesday, October 5 3:45-5:00pmTrack 1Accelerating Commercial-Industrial Efficiency andInnovationModerator: Marcia Ferreira (Metropolitan Water District ofSouthern California)Panelists: Sharath Gollam (CP Kelco), Jim Hessler (AltmanPlants), Tim Suydam (Stone Brewing)Track 2 Sustainable Solutions to Air Quality Problems Communities and regulatory agencies continue to challenge industry to reduce their air pollution beyond off-the-shelf solutions. Finding and maintaining these solutions in a sustainable manner can lead to innovative capture techniques, fuel sources, or alternative technologies that may help to offset other environmental issues as well. In this session, speakers from different areas of industry will share some of their air challenges and how they have overcome these for long-term benefits to their business as well as their neighbors. Moderator: Jim Dill (Kleinfelder) Panelists: Cara Bandera (BAE Systems), Kellie Carlson (Port of San Diego), Valerie Fanning (University of California San Diego), Pete Moore (Yorke Engineering, LLC), Kate Phin (Kyocera International)Track 3 Proposition 65 Update This panel will present the latest on the proposed changes to Proposition 65, The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act. The discussion will include Gov. Brown’s reform proposals and the most recent draft of the proposed safe harbor warning regulations and Prop 65 web site proposal. Moderator: Stephen Marsh (Dentons) Speakers: Allan Hirsch (OEHHA), Anthony Samson (Arnold & Porter LLP)

Wednesday, October 5 5:00-6:00pmCocktail ReceptionHeld in the Exhibit Hall, this is everyone’s favoritenetworking event. Kick back and relax after the first fullday of Conference. Your first two drinks are on us! Thishour-long event gives you a chance to catch up withold friends, meet new contacts, and thoroughly perusethe exhibit booths.Wednesday, October 5 6:00-8:00pm1st Annual Fundraising DinnerAwards ● Raffle ● NetworkingAll funds raised will go towards efforts to present scientificinformation relative to environmental topics for the benefit of the general public and decision makers. October 5, 2016 6:00-8:00pm Roy’s San Diego Waterfront333 W Harbor Drive (Steps away from Conference at the Marriott) $100 for Dinner and Hosted Bar* *Register under “Bonus Items” on the Conference registration page:

Thursday, October 6 7:45-9:15amBreakfast PlenaryBlue Sky AwardsCollaboration andCompliance—an NGO PerspectiveModerator: Erik Anderson (Environmental Reporter, KPBSNews)Panelists: Mark Murray (Executive Director, CaliforniansAgainst Waste), and Matt O’Malley (Legal & PolicyDirector, San Diego Coastkeeper), CaliforniaEnvironmental Justice Alliance (TBD)Thursday, October 6 9:30-10:45amTrack 1MFG Day Career Panel70 students from Hoover SABE will be attending acareer panel as part of MFG Day to learn about theiroptions in the manufacturing world, including EH&S.Moderator: Rick White (Ionis Pharmaceuticals)Panelists: Meridith Marquis (Kyocera International,Inc.), April McGinley (Continental Maritime of SanDiego), Jacobs Center for Neighborhood InnovationTrack 3Inspector Update Moderator: Cliff Hanna (General Atomics) Panelists: San Diego Air Pollution Control District, Department of Environmental Health, San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board, Poway Fire Department

Thursday, October 6 11:00am-12:15pmTrack 1 Management of Waste Moderator: Chuck Pryatel (SCS Engineers) Panelists: Christine Brenk (Kleinfelder), Michael Foster (Kleinfelder)Track 2 Cleaning the Air Through Collaboration In 2006, the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles took an unprecedented joint action to improve air quality in the South Coast Air Basin by adopting the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP), a sweeping plan aimed at significantly reducing the health risks posed by air pollution from port-related ships, trucks, trains, cargo-handling equipment and harbor craft. This plan, which is currently being updated, was developed through collaboration among various organizations. This session focuses on the successes, challenges, and lessons learned of this collaborative process. Moderator: Massie Hatch (M.S. Hatch Consulting) Panelists: Thomas Jelenić (Pacific Merchant Shipping Association), Renee Moilanen (Port of Long Beach)Track 3 Chemicals of Concern Moderator: Anthony Cortez (Greenberg Traurig) Panelists: Bill Allayaud (Environmental Working Group), Meredith Williams, Ph.D. (Department of Toxic Substances Control)

Thursday, October 6 8am-4:30pmTrack 4 8am-4:30pm QISP Certification Workshop Qualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner Certification This workshop is essential for facilities and individuals responsible for complying with the IGP. Complete the mandatory in-person training to prepare you for the final exam and QISP certification. Topics covered will include:  QISP Responsibilities  Determining IGP Requirements—NOI, NEC, NONA  SWPPP Elements  BMPs  NAL Triggers  SMARTS  ERAs—Level 1 and Level 2 Reports  Sampling—timing, locations, strategies, and more With special guests from the State Water Board, Laurel Warddrip (Industrial & Construction Storm Water Unit Chief) and Rebecca Greenwood (Industrial Lead) Moderator: Lori Cathcart (Kleinfelder) Panelists: John Gleason (QISP ToR, AECOM), Kathleen Harrison (QISP ToR, Geosyntec Consultants), Cory Jones (QISP ToR, SCS Engineers), Ed Othmer (QISP ToR, AECOM), Sean Porter (QISP ToR, Brown & Caldwell), Kalen Bjurstrom (QISP, Kleinfelder), Travis Meier (QISP, Kleinfelder) $140 IEA Members, $190 General Add to your Conference Registration under Bonus Items CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FLYER

Thursday, October 6 1:00-2:15pmTrack 1State of the GridThe presentations in the Energy Segment will be provided byRob Anderson from SDG&E, reviewing the local utility gridplans for reliability and future enhancements and MikeEvans from Shell Energy NA, Expanding the topic to theCalifornia Independent System Operator (CAISO)management of the State's Transmission Grid. Mike will alsobe adding additional visibility to the Western ElectricityCoordinating Council (WECC) where CAISO is a member.Moderator: Jim McCollum (Solar Turbines)Panelists: Robb Anderson (SDG&E), Mike Evans (Shell EnergyNorth America)Track 3 TSCA UpdateThis session will include an overview of TSCA and 2016changes, EPA perspective and enforcement plans, and itsrelation to California Law, including Green ChemistryInitiative and Prop 65.Moderator: Andrew Homer (Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman,LLP)Panelists: Corrie Plant (Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, LLP)and Kathleen Johnson (EPA Region 9)Thursday, October 6 1-4:30pm Track 2Air Permitting 102 Workshop Overview of the APCD Permitting Process—Doug Erwin (SDAPCD) Emission Calculations—Jim Dill (Kleinfelder) and Massie Hatch (M.S. Hatch Consulting) Practical Air Permitting—James Westbrook (BlueScape Environmental) and Scott Cohen (Sespe Consulting) Operations & Air Permit Compliance—Jim Swaney (SDAPCD) Free for Conference Attendees, $99 Separate Registration - “Bonus Item” when registering for Conference

Gold ExhibitorsSilver Exhibitors ACTenviro Bio Clean Environmental Services, Inc. BSI EHS Services Clean Harbors County of San Diego, Department of Environmental Health Filtrexx International Langan Engineering and Environmental Services Nexeo Solutions Pacific Safety Center RF MacDonald Co. San Diego Air Pollution Control District San Diego County Water Authority San Diego Gas & Electric Southwestern College Univar Veolia Yorke Engineering

32nd Environmental Training Symposium and ConferenceEducation•Collaboration•Compliance Finding Common Ground to Protect Our EnvironmentRegistration Type PriceGeneral $625IEA/CMTA Members* $525Government/Education/ $280Thursday Group*Nonprofit* $360One Day Pass $350QISP Training $140-190Air Permitting $99Foundation Dinner $100 Register here!*email [email protected] for discount (619) 522-9000

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