27 October 2017 - Sydney

This seminar is specifically aimed at assisting land owners, environmental professionals and others dealing in contaminated land management to get them up to speed on the current issues. This seminar will cover:

  • PFAS management following national guidance on this subject for contaminated land and soils
  • Overview from the regulator on key issues regarding reporting and other requirements
  • A legal review of property transactions and need for proper contamination assessment
  • A land owners perspective on dealing with multiple sites and potential contaminated land
  • Ongoing developments in asbestos management and asbestos waste issues and regulation
  • Contaminated soil management options – what can a geological repository offer for difficult wastes
  • Managing contaminated PFAS and asbestos soils under NSW’s waste legislation

The seminars agenda includes:

  • Brenda Ioffrida, & Anthea Whiite, Contaminated Land Section.  EPA
    Information for landowners on contaminated land, its regulation and your responsibilities
  • Linda Apthorpe, University of Wollongong
    An occupational hygienists views on dealing with contaminated soils containing hazardous materials, their onsite and waste management
  • Liz Wild, Partner, Henry Davis York
    A legal liabilities in dealing with emerging pollutants and impact on property values and negotiations
  • Scott Tokin, Environmental Specialist, GrainCorp
    Managing contaminated land issues in a complex multi-sited organisation
  • Richard McAree, General Manager Business Development, Tellus
    Geological Repository: An answer for difficult contaminated soils and wastes
  • Charles Grimison, Ventia
    A review of PFAS remediation technologies with reference to source-zone remediation
  • Laura-Lee Innes, Waste Principal Expert, Victorian EPA
    The PFAS National Environment Management Plan - its coverage and changes in the final document
  • Cheng Fang, CRC CARE
    Capture and concentration process for PFASs, what processes are available
  • Andrew Doig, ASBG
    Issues for contaminated soils management including asbestos waste management and PFAS impacted wastes and recycled materials

This seminar is sponsored by Henry Davis York (HDY)

ASBG members*: $395
Non-Members:     $495
* Members of ACLCA and selected associations can also receive members rates.

Time:    8:15 am rego. 8:30 am to 4:45 pm
    27 October 2017
Venue:  Henry Davis York, L10, 44 Martin Place Sydney

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