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29th Environmental and Energy Symposium & Exhibition

7-10 April 2003 
 
 
 
 
Table of Contents
 
 

Tuesday, April 8, 2003

Session 1

DoD Perspective on Environmental Management Systems: Enhancing Mission Performance by Mr. John Coho

Obstacles to EMS Implementation on a Military Installation by 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) by Ms. Robyn Keimberg

DoD/EPA Region 4 EMS Initiative by Mr. George Carellas

Challenges And Benefits Of Implementing An EMS During Transformation by 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 by Mr. Scott C. Veenstra

Remediation of Mixed Biological and Chemical Waste at Fort Detrick by 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 by 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 by Mr. Kevin Keller

Electrical Resistance Heating for Rapid Remediation of DNAPL by Mr. David Fleming

Session 3

What Does DLA Sell and Who is Buying Green? by Ms. Karen Moran

DRMS Environmental Programs and Initiatives by Mr. Randy Smith

DoD Shelf-Life Program by Mr. Mike Pipan

Session 4

Fleet Approach to Operations and Training Sustainability by Mr. Gary Edwards

Guidelines for Validating Computer-Generated Noise Contour Maps by Mr. George A. Luz

Development of an Empirical Range Management Model by Dr. Leo D. Montroy

An Integrated System for Fulfilling DoD Range Sustainability Requirements by Dr. George R. Thompson

A bench-scale process to remove Pb from firing range soils by Mr. D. Dermatas

Session 5

Measuring the Ecological Footprint of a Military Installation: How Much Nature Do We Consume? by Mr. David S. Eady

An Industry Review of Data Collection, Evaluation and Reporting Standards For Leak Detection systems at Hazardous Waste Landfill Facilities by Ms. Karen Beach

Performance-based EMS: From Output to Outcomes by 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 by Dr. Freddie E. Hall, Jr.

Fexability & Alternative Monitoring - A Success Story for Dugway Proving Grounds Fuel-Burning Equipment by Mr. Gerald L. Mason

Surface Coating Rules and the DoD by Mr. Steve Rasmussen

Trend Analysis of Army Air Quality Issues by Ms. Heather L. Johnson

Technical Guide for Performing General Conformity Emission Calculationsby Ms. Judith A. Dempsey

Session 7

Environmental Issues in Homeland Security by LTC JAmes Crocker

Biomarkers of Environmental Exposures by LTC (P) Susanne Clark

Army Environmental Program Successes by Mr. David Guzewich

Enabling Policies for Implementation of Army Sustainability by Dr. Jorge Vanegas

Cancer Clusters by Ms. Keera Cleare

Strategic Management, Analysis, Requirements and Technology (SMART) Initiative by Dick Wright/Dan Uyesugi

Session 8

U. S. Army Institutional Environmental Integration Efforts by Col. Robert Kirsch

PCB's in the hudson River: The investigation Behind the EPA's Record of Decision by Dr. Edward A. Garvey

General Service Administration Delineates "Low-VOC" Paints by Dr. Ron Foster

Environmental Baseline Survey at a DoD Facility with Reduced Operations by

Session 9

Compliance with the "New" SPCC Rule by Mr. Randy S. Waibel

Natural Resource Damage Claims: Potential Liabilities and Mitigation Opportunities by LTC Daniel J. Sheehy

Deciding How Clean is Clean Enough Under the Texas Law of Risk-Based Corrective Action by Mr. Chris Pepper

Mercury Wastewater Problem at Medical Facilities by Mr. William F. Fifty

SPCC Regulations and the DoD by Mr. Stanley L. Rasmussen

Session 10

Environmental Site Closeout Strategies by Mr. Dennis E. Lundquist

Achieving Risk Allocation and Sustaining Readiness in Environmental Construction Contracting by Mr. William Schaal

BRAC Innovation by Mr. John Wright

Transfer of Surplus Properties Using New Legislative Authorities by Mr. Harry H. Zimmerman Jr.

Session 11

Environmental Issues Associated with Deployed Operations in Afghanistan by

Session 12

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II Rule Applicability and Requirements for Military Installations by Mr. Ralph Vasquez

Benefits of GIS in Infrastructure Solutions US Air Force Academy Environmental Program by Mr. James Huiting

Obtaining and Maintaining Stormwater Compliance at a DOD Industrial Facility by Mr. Robert Kirkbright

Design and Installation of Innovative Stormwater Structures at Washington Navy Yard by Mr. Steven Kawchak

Design and Installation of Innovative Stormwater Structures at Washington Navy Yard

Session 13

Fleet Approach to EMS Implementation by Commander Mary Helinski

Developing Meaningful Metrics for an EMS by Mr. Philip Wood

Transforming the Navy Environmental Data Management Program by Ms. Eileen D. Goff

Session 14

In SITU Perchlorate Biormediation at IHDIV NSWC by Dr. Paul B. Hatzinger

Environmental Fate and Transport Modeling of Explosives and Propellants in the Unsaturated Zone. by Mr. Joseph Robb

Remediation Technology Selection Made Simple! by Richard T. Cartwright

GIS for a Large Chemical Warfare Materiel Investigation/Remediation Project in Washington, DC by Ms. Marianne Cardwell

Session 15

Identifying emerging pollution prevention technologies for direct insertion. by Mr. Gary E. Baker

Chicken Little’s Low Hanging Fruit-AKA- P2 can still be easy . Janitorial Process & Industrial Cleaning by Mr. Mike Jago

Corrosion Control & Cathodic Protection for Water Systems, What You Need to Know But Were Afraid to Ask? by Mr. John Kay

Pollution Prevention Success Stories at the Oaklahoma City Air Logistics Center by Freddie E. Hall, Jr.

USAREUR Ozone Depleting Chemical Elimination Program - Integrating Class I ODC Identification with Elimination Project Programming by Mr. Ulrich Osberghas

Session 16

Dirty Bomb Containment System by Mr. Jeffrey W. Gold

Heavy Equipment Procurement Program (HEPP) by Ms. Susan Weber

Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Defense: Annex to the Facility Response Plan, NAS Corpus Christi, TX by Mr. Jim F. Chamberlain

Conservation Partnering Opportunities for Military Departments, Public Agencies, and Private Conservators by Mr. Rich Engle

Paving the Roadmap for Implementation of Army Sustainability: Drivers, Inhibitors, Enablers, and Paradigm Shifts by Dr. Jorge Vanegas

Session 17

Utilities Privatization: DoD’s Preferred Method for Upgrading DoD’s Preferred Method for Upgrading Utility Systems Utility Systems by Cap. Rick Marrs

Virginia-American Water Company Water Infrastructure System Utility Privatization by Mr. John S. Watson

Energy Transformation: The Role of Hydrogen Fuel Cell in Providing Clean Energy of the Future by Mr. Robert L. Warren

Economics of Hybrid Electric Technology for Military Vehicles by Dr. Michael E. Canes

Can Commercially Available Bio-Based Hydrolic Fluid Make the Grade for the Army? Part II by Ms. Jill Tebbe

COTS Software for Real-Time Situational Awareness of Industrial Operations by Mr. Paul Hagan

Session 18

Environmental Quality Technology Program: Addressing Defense Requirements with Tomorrow’s Technology by Mr. Joseph S. Vallone

A HAZMAT Synergism. JEMMS...... RHICS and Know-How by Mr. Terry Tibbs

Lead-Based Paint Conversion Technology by Mr. Scott Edwards

Navy Environmental Leadership Program (NELP) by Ms. Diane Lancaster

Improving Air Quality Through Environmental Technology Verifications by Mr. Andrew Trenholm

Enhanced Hydrostratigraphic Modeling Approach Using Direct Push Electrical Conductivity Logging (DP e-logging) by Mr. Vincent J. Grassi

Session 19

An Integrated Chemical, Biological, Radiological Agent Monitoring Solution by Mr. J. Herbert Dempsey

Emergency Response : World Trade Center and Pentagon by Mr. Paul T. Pettit

Water Utility Vulnerability and Risk Assessment: The Titusville Example by Mr. Frerick J. Martin

Integrating Environment, Chem-Bio Technologies, and A/E at a Package Handling Facility by Dr. Theodore M. Prociv

Establishing Zoonotic Foci Sentinel Systems to Detect Biological Terrorism Events by Dr. Steven M. Presley

Database and GIS Solutions Developed During the Anthrax Emergency Cleanup Response on Capitol Hill, Washington D.C. by Mr. Randy Dorian

Session 20

Military Munitions Response Program by Col. John Selstrom

Standardized UXO Technology Sites Program Status by Mr. George Robitaille

Strategic Management Analysis, Requirements and Technology (SMART) Team Lessons Learned by Mr. Dick Wright

GIS Decision Support System by Mr. Harold L. Smith

Comprehensive List of Chemicals Likely to be Found at Military Ranges - A Case Study of Camp Edwards, Massachusetts by Mr. Jay Clausen

Session 21

Sustainability Why We Need Public Support -- and How to Get It by Ms. Janice Larkin

Tribal Consultation and its Role in Federal Projects by Ms. Cheryl Kandaras Chapman

Successful Use of Risk Communication in Environmental Projects, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Laboratory (NSWCDL) by Ms. Karen M. Coghlan

Community and Media Outreach as Tools in the Environmental Cleanup Program Toolbox by Ms. Maude Bullock

Lessons in Effective Planning for Stakeholder Involvement by Mr. Andrew Walker

Session 22

Developing the Strategy for Implementing EMS in the U.S. Army Reserve by Mr. Ron Tschirhart

ARNG's Road to ISO 14001 by Maj Merle London

Operational Units in the Army Need and EMS too by Mr. Philip Wood

Natural Disaster Prepardeness Planning and Successful Implementation by Mr. William Schaal

How can an EMS lead to Installation Sustainability? by Mr. Philip Wood

Session 23

Fast-tracking NEPA Documents within the DoD by Mr. David Batts

Mercury Management Environmental Impact Statement by Mr. F. Kevin Reilly

Utilities Privitization and the Environmental Process Employed by the DoD - One Forms Experience by Mr. Jimmie Hammontree

CINCLANTFLT NEPA Program Management Website by 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 by Mr. William J. Melton

Session 24

Drinking Water Early Warning Detection and Monitoring Technology Evaluation and Demonstration by Mr. Rajib Sinha

Groundwater Vulnerability: Protecting Water Supplies from Outside Forces and Ourselves by Mr. Peter Dillon

Common Sense Approach to Water Security by Dr. Ronald A Torgerson

Environmental Terorism - Be Prepared by Mr. Steven J.Stone

Re-Visioning Biological Defense as a Strategic Enabler for Health Protection by LTC Susanne Clark

Session 25

Sustaining Readiness GIS as the Foundation of an Environmental Management System by Mr. Craig Lees

NASA Environmental Management System by Michael J. Green

An Intranet-Based EMS to Support Business Operations and Mission Readiness for PHD-NSWC by Mr. Bruce W. Bigon

Strategic Environmental Strategic Environmental Leadership by Mr. Robert Scola

Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Implementation at Chemical Demilitarization Facilities by Mr. James R. Wood

Managing Hazardous Waste at Multiple Installations: EMS Concepts in Action by Mr. P. Charles Mason

Session 26

Evaluation of Phytore - mediation for Groundwater Control at a Landfill Site in California by Mr. Daniel P. Leigh

Evaluation of Phytoremediation for Groundwater Control at a Landfill Site in California by Mr. Daniel P. Leigh

Getting One for the GFPR: HQDA BRAC and Parsons Lessons Learned on the Hingham Annex Closure by Mr. James W. Lowerre

Stabilization of Metals and Propellants in Soil from the Sunflower Ammunition Plant by Dr. Paul R. Lear

Session 27

Setting Your Installation up for Environmental Success by Mr. Robert Booze

Cross-Connection Control vs Force Protection by Mr. A. J. Wangner

Environmentally Compliant Painting at Hill AFB by Mr. Kenneth M. Walter

Recycling of Military Batteries: Now on GSA by Mr. David G. Miller

Session 28

Financing Energy Security: Approaches to Increase Reliability and Reduce Costs Without Depending on Appropriations by Mr. Patrick J. Hughes

The Bridge to Environmental and Energy Readiness by Ms. Helen Jay

The Grand Truth to "Eco-Babble" by Mr. Jerad A. Ford

Economics of Electric Real Time Metering by Mr. Chris Werle

Thermal Conversion of Wastes to Hydrogen for Fuel Cell Applications by Mr. Karl N. Hale

Session 29

Combined Electrical and Magnetic Resistivity Tomography (ERT/MMR) by Ms. Gail Heath

Irrigation at Rocky Mountain Arsenal: Restoration/Mitigation of More Than 8,000 Acres by Mr. Ron Versaw

Removal of Organic Pollutants and Warfare Agents Utilizing Surface Modified Filtration Devices by Mr. Hal Alper

Session 30

Chemical Homeland Security System C-HoSS by Dr. George R. Thompson

Operational Lessons Learned from Anthrax Attacks on the United States by Mr. Greg Janiec

Cyanide as a Drinking water Contaminant by Mr. Andrew J. Whelton

Rules-Based Workflow Management Systems for Real Time Emergency Response by Mr. Daniel Hillman

Integration of Environmental Biosensor Data with the Secure Access Health Alert System by Dr. Venkat Rao

The Role of the Installation Military Environmental Professional in Homeland Security by Dr. David A. Reed

Session 31

Business Development vs. The Environment by 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 by Mr. Daniel J. O"Rourke

New Laws Governing Biobased, Environmentally Preferable Lubricants by Mr. Mark Miller

Deconstruction and Re-Use: Return to True Resource Conservation and Sustainability Principles by Mr. Ron Webster

Session 32

“Addressing Defense Requirements with Tomorrow’s Technology” by Mr. Philip g. Churchill

NESHAP Monitoring for On-Site Receptors by Mr. Bruce McElhoe

Hazardous Materials Information Resource System (HMIRS) by Ms. Kay Eggers

Commercializing U.S. Government R&D Investments by Mr. Tyrone Taylor

Session 33

Public Perception of Disease Clusters and the Need for Health Education by Ms. Keera Cleare

Health Risk Assessment at Oaklahoma City Air Logistics Center Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facility by Dr. Freddie E. Hall, Jr.

Sustainable Operations Through EMS and Teamwork by Ms. Joanne Tingle

The Untapped Military Drinking Water Surveillance Resource by Mr. Andrew J. Whelton

DoD Protocol & Guidance for Conducting Integrated Facility Watershed Impact Assessments by Ms. Georgette Myers

Analysis of Emerging and Occupational Health (EOH) Issues by

Session 34

Operational range Management of Unexploded Ordnance by Col. John Selstrom

Bridging the Gap: Desert Scimitar as a Model for Military Use in Public Lands by Dr. Bruce F. Goff

Range and Training Land Issues at Falcon Bombing Range, OK by Mr. S. Curtis Johnston

Sustainable Management of Lead on Small Arm Ranges by Mr. Scott Edwards

Session 35

Hazardous Management Management System (HSMS)2.4.1 by Mr. Chris Taylor

Long-Term Hazardous Material Reduction by Mr. James A. Lariviere

ACTODEMIL Technology: A Novel R3 Approach for Neutralization of UXO and Range Scrap by Mr. Nandkishore

Non-ODC Aircraft Oxygen Line Cleaning System by Mr. John E. Herrington

Session 36

Air Program Information Management System by Mr. Michael Baghoomian

EWS and Regional Planning: Integrating Technology and Process by Mr. Cliff Whitmer

U.S.Army Ammmunition Facility Implements Web-Based EMS by

The Solid Waste Annual TReport on the Web

Enterprise Environmental Approach: Sampling Tool by Dr. Larry Donmoyer

U.S. Navy Hunters Point Shipyard (HPS) Web Portal by Randy Dorian

 
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