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Greensboro and Raleigh groundwater remediation educational event – Nov. 14

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Please join us for this half-day short-course on recent technical advances in the characterization and remediation of chlorinated volatile organic compounds in soil and groundwater. Environmental engineers, geologists, hydrogeologists, regulators, site managers, scientists and others within the groundwater remediation community will learn about the current thinking and strategies for the characterization and treatment of chlorinated […]

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AEG Carolinas Dinner/Meeting – Oct. 24, 2019

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The Carolinas Chapter of the Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists Jonathan Gerst, PG Principal Hydrogeologist, Peak Hydrogeologic, PLLC Presentation: “Hydrogeological Characterization of The Nature Conservancy’s McClure’s Bog in Etowah, NC to Support Design of Stormwater Management Controls and Wetland Remediation” Date: Thursday, October 24, 2019 Place: Kau Restaurant, 2003 Yanceyville Street, Greensboro, NC 27405 […]

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Carolina Geological Society Field Trip & Annual Meeting

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The Carolina Geological Society will host its Field Trip & Annual Meeting from Oct. 4-6, 2019 in Greenville, South Carolina. The topic is Sliding and Pushing to the South: Gravitational collapse of the Paleozoic thrust stack and later hinterland-directed Alleghanian back thrusting, Inner Piedmont, South Carolina & North Carolina. Trip leaders are Jack Garihan, Scott […]

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Availability of Technical Guidance for Risk-Based Environmental Remediation of Sites

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Session Law 2105-286 expanded the availability of risk-based environmental cleanup to virtually all regulated sites (excluding those subject to remediation under the Coal Ash Management Act of 2014 and the requirements of animal waste management systems). Guidance on the administrative requirements for pursuing risk-based remediation under the amended statutes (G.S. 130A 310.68 through 310.77) was […]

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AGI & Partners Publish Policy Recommendations for New Administration

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The American Geosciences Institute (AGI) has signed a new consensus document, Geoscience Policy Recommendations for the New Administration and the 115th Congress. The document outlines strategies for achieving shared national interests in which geoscience plays a key role, offering recommendations around five high-level thematic areas: Enhancing National and Homeland Security Increasing Economic Prosperity Securing Resources […]