Deadlines & Calendar of Events
June 21-22, 2018
Indiana Economic Development Association (IEDA) Summer Conference
The Columbia Club, 121 Monument Cir, Indianapolis, IN 46204
In-Situ Activated Carbon-Based Technology for Groundwater Remediation: Overview, Best Practices and Case Studies
Presented by U.S. EPA, CLU-IN
This webinar is a result of Recommendation 9 of EPA's Superfund Task Force, which encourages the Superfund program to "utilize state-of-the-art technologies to expedite cleanup." Actions under this recommendation include expanding the use of new remediation technologies and approaches to address contaminated sites. https://www.epa.gov/superfund/superfund-task-force-public-participation-opportunities#webinar In this webinar, we will present an overview of in situ activated carbon (AC)-based remediation technology, discuss important considerations for site characterization and treatment design, and present characterizations of physical, chemical and biological processes involved in a long-term case study where reactive AC-based technology was applied.
Practical Applications of Phytotechnologies at Contaminated Sites
Presented by U.S. EPA, CLU-IN
Phytoremediation is the practice of using plants to mitigate environmental contamination and reduce exposure humans and ecological receptors to that contamination. This webinar will introduce participants to the science of phytotechnology in the context of contaminated site remediation. Technical experts will discuss the practical aspects of phytoremediation and explore opportunities where the use of plants could be integrated as part of a remedial approach. The webinar will discuss the considerations and future of phytotechnology at contaminated sites and share additional resources. Participants will have a better understanding for evaluating phytoremediation as a remedial approach for contaminated sites.
Perspectives on the Implementation of Greener Cleanups
Presented by Microbial Insights
The practice of implementing greener cleanups to secure protective remedies with a lower environmental footprint continues to mature and expand, with greater levels of experience among regulators, site owners, and cleanup professionals alike. Through this webinar we will hear first-hand from individuals in all three sectors on their experiences with actual sites where greener cleanups have been implemented., Three of the projects applied the ASTM Standard Guide for Greener Cleanups (E2893), and represent three major federal agencies involved in site cleanups. We will also learn how greener cleanups are implemented by a corporation owning a portfolio of sites requiring remediation work.
Vita Nuova Redevelopment Series
Founded in 1998, Vita Nuova is a national consultancy whose mission is to revitalize distressed communities and redevelop complex properties. This series will bring together some of the leading innovators in the redevel-opment world to share their expertise through the following three free webinars. For more information, check out http://www.vitanuova.net/.
July 20, 2018 DEADLINE: Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) Round 1 of the Community De-velopment Block Grant Program (CDBG) Applications
The applicant must be a local unit of government and comply with other requirements.
Mention of non-IFA conferences, events and workshops does not constitute an IFA endorsement of their contents, only an acknowledgment that they exist and may be relevant to our brownfields redevelopment stakeholders.