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Topic: An Introduction to Sustainable Remediation

Speaker: Lindsay Burton, Project Manager, Antea Group

Time: Tuesday, March 17, 11:30am-1:00pm (Note: Change in DATE and location to Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP)

CEMS has received one (1) general CLE for this presentation  

Sustainable remediation integrates the “triple bottom line” of sustainability, the environmental, social and economic aspects, into environmental remediation projects.  This presentation will define sustainable remediation and its application to reduce the environmental footprint of projects while also benefiting the surrounding community and its economy.  The presentation will illustrate where sustainable remediation fits within the investigation, remediation, operations, and monitoring of hazardous waste site cleanups, explain the drivers behind sustainable remediation, and discuss what prompts responsible parties to integrate these concepts into their cleanup programs. Many times we see the regulatory community enforcing clean up to the most stringent criteria which often may cause more environmental degradation than good. Tools and thought processes for working with regulatory agencies will be discussed so that the most sustainable remediation option and criteria for projects can be identified. This introductory presentation is designed to benefit remediation practitioners including consultants, contractors and regulators who are interesting in this developing area of the remediation industry.

Lindsay Burton works with clients in Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Consumer Goods, Oil & Gas, Financial Services, and Food & Beverage industries to reduce their environmental and social impacts through corporate initiatives, engagement, and strategy development. She is fluent in corporate social responsibility reporting and disclosures, design and implementation of sustainability programs, peer benchmarking, stakeholder mapping, program story development, metrics calculations, sustainable remediation, and facilitating client workshops. I also facilitate and perform data collection, evaluation, and narrative for standard disclosure report types such as CDP, GRI, and SASB, in addition to UN Sustainable Development Goals mapping and the Science Based Target initiative (SBTi).

 

LOCATION: PLEASE note that the location for the March CEMS luncheon will be Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP.  1144 15th Street, Suite 3400, Denver, Colorado 80202.  When entering the building, please proceed to the thirty fourth (34) floor, Suite 3400 to register with the CEMS representative.          

MEETING FORMAT: Members may either bring their own lunch and attend the meeting for no charge, or they may request that CEMS order a box lunch for them. The cost of the box lunch for members is $16.00; for non-members, $19.00.

RESERVATIONS: PLEASE give your name, company name and phone number via email to admin@coems.org. PLEASE INDICATE IF YOU ARE RESERVING A BOX LUNCH OR BRINGING YOUR OWN. Reservations must be received BEFORE Friday, March 13, 2020 at 5:00PM. No reservations can be taken after this date due to building security restrictions! Payment of $16.00 for members, $19.00 for non-members will be accepted at the door with prior reservation. Please cancel your reservation by Friday, March 13, 2020 if you are unable to attend. It is the policy of the Society to bill for meals reserved but unclaimed. You may also pay with credit card via PAYPAL:

NOTICE: CEMS would like to thank Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP for the use of meeting space and would like to emphasize that the use of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP space does not constitute endorsement of CEMS, sponsors of CEMS functions, or the content of CEMS workshops or meetings.