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30th Environmental Energy Symposium & Exhibition

5 - 8 April 2004

San Diego, CA


Sessions:      1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14  15   16   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   24

 

Tuesday, April 6, 2004

The DoD Sustainable Ranges Initiative

A Culture of Sustainability

National Environmental Performance Track

Department of the Navy & the Environment - Challenges & Opportunities

Naval Facilities Engineering Command

Navy Installations Command

Navy Region Southwest "Environmental Issues from a Regional Perspective"

Army Panel on Sustainable Ranges

Fort Bragg - "More Than A City"

PM Brigade Combat Team Environmental Management

 

Wednesday, April 7, 2004

ESOH Resource Transformation

AF Environmental Transformation

Arctic Surplus Salvage Yard Response Complete Report Pending Delisting Actions

Transformation of The AF Programs to Performance Based Management

The Air Force Military Munitions Response Program

An Overview of Defense Logistic Agency

Strategic Distribution/Forward Stocking

Defense Energy Support Center OEF/OIF Support

Contingency Operations Update DRMS

Defense Supply Center Philadelphia

Session 1:

Session 2:

  • Accessing EPA's Compliance Data: Know What the Regulators Know, Mr. Will Garvey
  • Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (ESOH) Performance Measures, Mr. Donald Kennedy
  • Coordinating Energy Efficiency Project Evaluation with Voluntary Emission Reduction Registration, Mr David Sumi
  • Performance Metrics for EMS Self Assessment & Management Review, Mr. Daniel Hillman
  • Evaluation of Ambient Metals in the San Francisco, California Area, Mr. Patrick Brooks

Session 3:

Session 4:

  • Modular Biotreatment Systems Versus Oil-Water Separators, Mr. Mario Maningas
  • Reduction of VOC Emissions from Paint-Booth Operations Using Dielectric Barrier Discharge, Mr. Gregory Holland
  • Methodology to Transition WSP2 Technologies, Mr. Jerad Ford
  • PM2.5 Implementation--USMC Operational Impacts Assessment, Mr. Jeff Davis
  • Pollution Prevention Metrics Promoting Activity Accountability and Managing Environmental Improvements at CNRSW, Ms. Delphine Lee
  • DoD NESHAP Compliance through P2: Implementing Environmentally Compliant Alternatives to VOC/HAP Solvents, Mr. Wayne Ziegler

Session 5:

  • Conventional Wisdom? a better way for the Navy to refuel ships overseas, Mr. Matthew Philipp
  • Wind Farm Technology: Is it the Answer?, Mr. Mike Hicks
  • Resource Efficiency Management - An Innovative Energy Management Support Tool, Mr. Ben Hough
  • Building Energy Conservation into Corporate Culture, Mr. Andrew Gluck
  • Improving The Energy Cconsumption and Environmental Iimpact Aspects of Military Base Camp Operations Through The Use of Supercritical Water Oxidation Technology, Asdrubal Garcia-Ortiz
  • A Business Approach to Compressed Air, Lee DiClemente

Session 6:

Session 7:

Session 8:

  • Assessing Current and Future Technologies To Meet The Range Sustainability Challenge, Mr. James Tankersley
  • Encroachment and Range Sustainability Military Training Enhances Biodiversity, Ms. Debra Dale
  • Heavy Metals on Army Training Lands, Mr. Stephen P. Shelton
  • Impact of Encroachment on Military Training Quality A Framework and Methodology for Establishing Degraded Military Skills Due to Encroachment of Training Ranges, Mr. Paul Reinke
  • Development of Air Emissions Factors from Munitions Use, Ms. Tamera Rush
  • Using ISO 14001 and EDYS as a Framework for Creating a Sustainable Range Management System, Mr. Gary Chiles

Session 9:

Session 10:

Session 11:

  • The Military Science of International Environmental Security, COL W. Chris King
  • Navy/Marine Corps Mobile Source Emissions Growth Projection and SIP Planning, Massie Hatch
  • Department of Defense Ozone Depleting Substances Reserve, Mr. Ronald Sibley
  • Civil Support Teams: Are They Ready?, LTC Rob Brown
  • External Second Gate, Fourier Transform Ion Mobility Spectrometry: "FT-IMS" Next Generation Ion Mobility Spectrometer, Mr. Edward E. Tarver
  • Implementing an Integrated Environmental and Safety Management System, Ms. Mary Davidson

Session 12:

Session 13:

  • How Can It Benefit Business? A Survey of ISO 14001 Certified Companies in Thailand, Mr. Michael Schuster
  • Implementing an Integrated Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Management System (ESOHMS) at the Defense National Stockpile Center, Mr. James D. Wood
  • MCB Butler's Lessons Learned From Partnering With EPA In EMS Development In An Overseas Environment, LtCol Dean Levi
  • Environmental Management System Implementation at Anniston Army Depot, Ms. Ann Worrell
  • Air Program Information Management System (APIMS): From CCS to EESOH-MIS, Mr. Steve Rasmussen

Session 14:

  • DNA And PLFA Analysis For Remediation Optimization, Mr. Len Sinfield
  • Phytoremediation of TCE in a Shallow Alluvial Aquifer…A Field Demonstration, Mr. Gregory J. Harvey
  • Recontamination and Recharacterization, Ham Lake Area, Northway Staging Field, Alaska, Shah Alam
  • Use of a Net Environmental Benefits Analysis (NEBA) Approach For Remedial Decision Making at Two BRAC Sites, Mr. Joseph P. Nicolette
  • Low-Temperature Thermal Treatment of Chlorinated-Benzene Contaminated Soil Using an Innovative Batch Treatment System Eastland Woolen Mill Superfund Site, Corinna, Maine, Denise V. Roy

Session 15:

Session 16:

  • A Stakeholder-Based Approach to Rethinking, Reconfiguring and Recommissioning a Complex Data Center, Mr. Jon Duke
  • Estimated Costs of Projecting Electric Power onto a Battlefield, Dr. Michael E. Canes
  • Navy Region Southwest Renewable Energy and Distributed Generation Projects, Mr. Dale Foster
  • Proposal for Fuel Cell and Other Clean-fuel Powered Ferries for Pearl Harbor (USS Arizona Memorial), Mr. Mike Hicks
  • Meeting Lighting Needs and Still Saving Energy, Mr. Chris Lowery
  • Waterless Urinals and Garbage Disposal Systems: Two Examples of Institutional Water Efficiency An Analysis of Water Use at the Presidio of Monterey, Mr. William Y. Davis

Session 17:

Session 18:

  • Department of Defense Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) Update, Mr. Vic Wieszek
  • Case Study: Application of a Field GIS/GPS System to a Former Target Range to Supplement an Environmental Baseline Survey, Mr. Brian D. Corbett (Warning: This is a large file!! 157,741 KB)
  • UXO Migration: Frost Heave and Possible Salt/Chemical Heave of UXO, Mr. Thomas Bernitt
  • Treatment of Energetic Wastes by Open Detonation at China Lake, Laurie Zellmer
  • Standardized UXO Technology Demonstration Sites, Mr. Larry Overbay
  • Arctic Surplus Salvage Yard Response Complete Report Pending Delisting Actions, Lt Col Daniel Welch

Session 19:

Session 20:

  • Phase II Stormwater Resources Developing Educational Materials For Optimum Results At Federal Facilities, Mr. William F. Fifty
  • Streamlining Storm Water Permit Implemntation Through Use Of An Information Management System, Mr. John W. Hart

Session 21:

Session 22:

  • Clean Air Act Implementation Through an Environmental Management System, Mr. Anthony Phillips
  • Miscellaneous Organic NESHAP Compliance for a New Countermeasure Flare Production Facility at the Milan Army Ammunition Plant, Mr. Dennis Knisley
  • Evaluation of the Digital Opacity Compliance System (DOCS) at Military and Commercial Industrial Sites, Dr. Michael J. McFarland
  • California Airborne Toxic Control Measures for Particulate Matter Emissions from Diesel-Fueled Engines, Mr. John Gilliland
  • Model for Evaluating Long-Term Environmental Monitoring Effects at Chemical Demilitarization Facilities, Magge Wilcox

Session 23:

  • Avoiding Conflict During Environmental Investigation and Restoration through the Use of Simple But Effective Community Involvement Techniques, Ms. Karen L. Ekstrom
  • Integrating Ecosystem Management with Range Readiness Goals on US Air Force Ranges, Mr. Robert A. Mickler
  • Interest-Based Outreach, Jan Larkin
  • Challenges Associated With Horizontal Directional Drilling and Piping Installation Under A Major Highway For The Remediation Of A Petrolium Plume, Mr. Michael Heffron
  • Cultural Competency in Federal Environmental Justice and Public Participation Programs, Maude Bullock
  • Army's Residential Communities Initiative (RCI) Program, Mr. Mike Betteker

Session 24:

  • Sustainable Development: The Swedish Defence Sector Is Contributing!, Mr Bengt Stromstedt
  • Innovative uses of GSA Schedules in Support of DoD & Federal Agencies Transformation Initiatives, Mr. Andrew E. Randles
  • "Green" Products & More From DLA, Ms. Karen Moran
  • Developing Tools for Project Managers to Make Environmental Considerations in the Systems Acquisition Process, Joakim Tornéus
  • FMV - Technology for Sweden's Security, Joakim Tornéus
  • Pay-for-Performance Subcontract Stimulates Innovation and Reduces Cost During Remediation of a VOC Groundwater Plume at NAS North Island, Mr. Mark Bonsavage
  • Capabilities Improvement Toolkit, Mr. Bill Custer