29th Environmental & Energy Symposium & Exhibition

7 - 10 April 2003

Richmond, VA

Tuesday, April 8, 2003

Session 1

  • DoD Perspective on Environmental Management Systems: Enhancing Mission Performance, Mr. John Coho
  • Obstacles to EMS Implementation on a Military Installation, Mr. David A. Carter
  • A Sustainable Approach at Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Albany, A Sustainable Approach at Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Albany, GA Environmental Management Systems (EMS, Ms. Robyn Keimberg
  • DoD/EPA Region 4 EMS Initiative, Mr. George Carellas
  • Challenges And Benefits Of Implementing An EMS During Transformation, Mr. Philip Wood

Session 2

  • Streamlined Treatment Option for Remediation of Commingled Perchlorate and Explosives in Groundwater Streamlined Treatment Option for Remediation of Commingled Perchlorate and Explosives in Groundwater, Mr. Scott C. Veenstra
  • Remediation of Mixed Biological and Chemical Waste at Fort Detrick, LTC Donald Archibald
  • Cost-Effective Strategy for Installation and Operation of a Bioventing System to Remediate Jet Fuel Contamination Beneath the Former Refueling Apron at Griffiss AFB Rome, New York, Mr. Michael B. Broschart
  • Lessons Learned from the Installation and Monitoring of a Permeable Reactive Barrier at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant, Independence, MO, Mr. Kevin Keller
  • Electrical Resistance Heating for Rapid Remediation of DNAPL, Mr. David Fleming

Session 3

Session 4

Session 5

  • Measuring the Ecological Footprint of a Military Installation: How Much Nature Do We Consume?, Mr. David S. Eady
  • An Industry Review of Data Collection, Evaluation and Reporting Standards For Leak Detection systems at Hazardous Waste Landfill Facilities, Ms. Karen Beach
  • Performance-based EMS: From Output to Outcomes, Mr. Shakeb Afsah

Session 6

  • Case Studies: Environmental Monitoring Using Optical Sensing (OP-FTIR) Technology at Oaklahoma City Air Logistics Center Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facility, Dr. Freddie E. Hall, Jr.
  • Fexability & Alternative Monitoring - A Success Story for Dugway Proving Grounds Fuel-Burning Equipment, Mr. Gerald L. Mason
  • Surface Coating Rules and the DoD, Mr. Steve Rasmussen
  • Trend Analysis of Army Air Quality Issues, Ms. Heather L. Johnson
  • Technical Guide for Performing General Conformity Emission Calculations, Ms. Judith A. Dempsey

Session 7

Session 8

  • U. S. Army Institutional Environmental Integration Efforts, Col. Robert Kirsch
  • PCB's in the hudson River: The investigation Behind the EPA's Record of Decision, Dr. Edward A. Garvey
  • General Service Administration Delineates "Low-VOC" Paints, Dr. Ron Foster
  • Environmental Baseline Survey at a DoD Facility with Reduced Operations, Randa Chichakli

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Session 12

Session 13

Session 14

Session 15

  • Identifying emerging pollution prevention technologies for direct insertion, Mr. Gary E. Baker
  • Chicken Little's Low Hanging Fruit AKA P2 can still be easy . Janitorial Process & Industrial Cleaning, Mr. Mike Jago
  • Corrosion Control & Cathodic Protection for Water Systems, What You Need to Know But Were Afraid to Ask?, Mr. John Kay
  • Pollution Prevention Success Stories at the Oaklahoma City Air Logistics Center, Freddie E. Hall, Jr.
  • USAREUR Ozone Depleting Chemical Elimination Program - Integrating Class I ODC Identification with Elimination Project Programming, Mr. Ulrich Osberghas

Session 16

  • Dirty Bomb Containment System, Mr. Jeffrey W. Gold
  • Heavy Equipment Procurement Program (HEPP), Ms. Susan Weber
  • Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Defense: Annex to the Facility Response Plan, NAS Corpus Christi, TX, Mr. Jim F. Chamberlain
  • Conservation Partnering Opportunities for Military Departments, Public Agencies, and Private Conservators, Mr. Rich Engle
  • Paving the Roadmap for Implementation of Army Sustainability: Drivers, Inhibitors, Enablers, and Paradigm Shifts, Dr. Jorge Vanegas

Session 17

  • Utilities Privatization: DoD's Preferred Method for Upgrading DoD's Preferred Method for Upgrading Utility Systems Utility Systems, Cap. Rick Marrs
  • Virginia-American Water Company Water Infrastructure System Utility Privatization, Mr. John S. Watson
  • Energy Transformation: The Role of Hydrogen Fuel Cell in Providing Clean Energy of the Future, Mr. Robert L. Warren
  • Economics of Hybrid Electric Technology for Military Vehicles, Dr. Michael E. Canes
  • Can Commercially Available Bio-Based Hydrolic Fluid Make the Grade for the Army? Part II, Ms. Jill Tebbe
  • COTS Software for Real-Time Situational Awareness of Industrial Operations, Mr. Paul Hagan

Session 18

Session 19

  • An Integrated Chemical, Biological, Radiological Agent Monitoring Solution, Mr. J. Herbert Dempsey
  • Emergency Response: World Trade Center and Pentagon, Mr. Paul T. Pettit
  • Water Utility Vulnerability and Risk Assessment: The Titusville Example, Mr. Frerick J. Martin
  • Integrating Environment, Chem-Bio Technologies, and A/E at a Package Handling Facility, Dr. Theodore M. Prociv
  • Establishing Zoonotic Foci Sentinel Systems to Detect Biological Terrorism Events, Dr. Steven M. Presley
  • Database and GIS Solutions Developed During the Anthrax Emergency Cleanup Response on Capitol Hill, Washington D.C., Mr. Randy Dorian

Session 20

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Session 22

Session 23

  • Fast-tracking NEPA Documents within the DoD, Mr. David Batts
  • Mercury Management Environmental Impact Statement, Mr. F. Kevin Reilly
  • Utilities Privitization and the Environmental Process Employed by the DoD - One Forms Experience, Mr. Jimmie Hammontree
  • CINCLANTFLT NEPA Program Management Website, Mr. Jeffrey H. Butts
  • Integration of Decision Analysis and Roadmapping Tools for Use in Strategic Mission Planning, NEPA Environmental Impact Statements, Science & Technology to Support Operations, Mr. William J. Melton

Session 24

Session 25

  • Sustaining Readiness GIS as the Foundation of an Environmental Management System, Mr. Craig Lees
  • NASA Environmental Management System, Michael J. Green
  • An Intranet-Based EMS to Support Business Operations and Mission Readiness for PHD-NSWC, Mr. Bruce W. Bigon
  • Strategic Environmental Strategic Environmental Leadership, Mr. Robert Scola
  • Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Implementation at Chemical Demilitarization Facilities, Mr. James R. Wood
  • Managing Hazardous Waste at Multiple Installations: EMS Concepts in Action, Mr. P. Charles Mason

Session 26

  • Evaluation of Phytore - mediation for Groundwater Control at a Landfill Site in California, Mr. Daniel P. Leigh
  • Evaluation of Phytoremediation for Groundwater Control at a Landfill Site in California, Mr. Daniel P. Leigh
  • Getting One for the GFPR: HQDA BRAC and Parsons Lessons Learned on the Hingham Annex Closure, Mr. James W. Lowerre
  • Stabilization of Metals and Propellants in Soil from the Sunflower Ammunition Plant, Dr. Paul R. Lear

Session 27

Session 28

Session 29

  • Combined Electrical and Magnetic Resistivity Tomography (ERT/MMR), Ms. Gail Heath
  • Irrigation at Rocky Mountain Arsenal: Restoration/Mitigation of More Than 8,000 Acres, Mr. Ron Versaw
  • Removal of Organic Pollutants and Warfare Agents Utilizing Surface Modified Filtration Devices, Mr. Hal Alper

Session 30

Session 31

  • Business Development vs. The Environment, Ms. Dorothy Peterson
  • Managing Cold WarHistoric Structures: The Mitigation of the New Hampshire A-Side Antenna; A Cold War Era Historic Property at New Boston Air Station, Mr. Daniel J. O'Rourke
  • New Laws Governing Biobased, Environmentally Preferable Lubricants, Mr. Mark Miller
  • Deconstruction and Re-Use: Return to True Resource Conservation and Sustainability Principles, Mr. Ron Webster

Session 32

Session 33

  • Public Perception of Disease Clusters and the Need for Health Education, Ms. Keera Cleare
  • Health Risk Assessment at Oaklahoma City Air Logistics Center Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facility, Dr. Freddie E. Hall, Jr.
  • Sustainable Operations Through EMS and Teamwork, Ms. Joanne Tingle
  • The Untapped Military Drinking Water Surveillance Resource, Mr. Andrew J. Whelton
  • DoD Protocol & Guidance for Conducting Integrated Facility Watershed Impact Assessments, Ms. Georgette Myers
  • Analysis of Emerging and Occupational Health (EOH) Issues, Keera Cleare

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Session 36