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GSI TRRP Training 2017

    WHO & WHAT:
    Texas Risk Reduction Program regulations (TRRP; 30 TAC 350) establish consistent risk-based protocols for evaluation and response to soil, groundwater, or surface water contamination associated with an environmental release of hazardous wastes or substances. Since adoption of the TRRP rule, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has established policies and released guidance pertaining to TRRP.
    Presented by GSI Environmental Inc., this popular and informative training series is a must for professionals who need a working understanding of TRRP and those needing to stay up-to-date with the latest TRRP guidance and policies adopted by the TCEQ. GSI Environmental Inc. is an approved trainer for the TCEQ.

    TRRP Rule Step-By-Step (2 Days): Provides an overview of the TRRP framework and step-by-step training on site evaluation and remediation procedures established under the TRRP rule.

    TRRP Guidance & Policy (1 Day): Provides an overview of the key guidance and policies covering affected property assessments, protective concentration limits (PCL) and response actions. Presents strategies for efficient project management in compliance with TRRP, and explains the various report forms adopted by TCEQ.

    DateCourseCostEarly Bird
    March 1-2 TRRP Rule Step-By-Step   $950  $850
    March 3 TRRP Guidance & Policy  $595  $545
    March 1-3 All 3 days  $1,295 $1,195

    Location: Crowne Plaza River Oaks
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    GSI TRRP 2017
    2712 SW Freeway, Houston, TX 77098

    TRRP Rule Step-By-Step2 Days
    • TRRP Applicability and Key Features
    • Release Notification
    • Affected Property Assessment
    • Development of Human Health PCLs
    • Development of Ecological PCLs
    • Response Actions and Post-Response Action Care

    TRRP Guidance & Policy1 Day
    Affected Property Assessment
    • Groundwater Classification
    • Assessment of Surface Water and Sediment
    • Ecological Risk Assessment
    PCL Development
    • Toxicity Factors
    • Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons
    • Use of Statistics
    Response Actions
    • Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPL)
    • Monitored Natural Attenuation
    Municipal Setting Designations
    New for 2017 –Vapor Intrusion
    And More!

    To register by phone call:
    Benita Holzheimer: (713) 522-6300

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    Sponsored by the Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (TAEP)
    TAEP is the premier organization for environmental professionals in the State of Texas. The goals of TAEP include the advancement of the environmental profession and the establishment of a forum to discuss important environmental issues. TAEP members receive a 10% discount. Please call 713.522.6300 for code.