EnviroForensics’ Jeff Carnahan to Present on Long Term Stewardship at MSECA’s Fall Seminar

The Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association (MSECA) will hold their Fall Seminar Thursday, October 22nd. The seminar will cover topics on the pursuit of site closure and successful redevelopment, as well as practical solutions to manage Long Term Stewardship (LTS).

The agenda includes presentations on the following topics:

  • Legal liability and solutions to manage LTS
  • State and federal guidance overview on LTS
  • Challenges and potential solutions for successful brownfield redevelopment projects
  • Financial considerations for LTS
  • Technical presentations on short term and long term exposure levels for PCE and TCE, OM&M guide and updates for VI mitigation systems and long term management at environmentally complex sites

EnviroForensics’ Jeff Carnahan (Vice President and Chief Technical Officer) will present at the seminar. Following his recent presentation at the 2015 FETTI Conference earlier this month alongside other experts in environmental fields, Carnahan will again speak on the importance of understanding Long Term Stewardship issues. He will be joined by Don Smenis (IDEM OLC), David Gillay (Barnes and Thornburg), Bruce Oertel (IDEM), and other environmental industry professionals.

Carnahan is a Licensed Professional Geologist (LPG) with over 18 years of environmental consulting and remediation experience. His expertise has focused on the investigation and interpretation of subsurface releases of hazardous substances for the purpose of evaluating and controlling the risk and cost implications to his clients. Throughout his career Jeff has provided technical support to the legal community regarding the cause, origin, timing and cost of environmental releases. Additionally, Carnahan has over 14 years of experience in the investigation and mitigation of vapor intrusion issues and works closely alongside the Vapor Intrusion (VI) Assessment Team at EnviroForensics.