National Defense Industrial Association
June 10-13, 2013 - New Orleans, Louisiana

Compliance Track 

Symposium Speakers
Tracks
Acquisition Track
Adak Field Season Track
Clean Up Track
Climate Change Track
Compliance Track
Emerging Contaminants Track
Energy Track
Environmental Program Management Track
Green Procurement Track
Green Remediation Track
International Track
Pollution Prevention Track
Range Management Track
Range Sustainment Track
Risk Track
Sustainability Track
Water Track

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The following sessions will be presented under the Compliance Tracks. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the abstract submitted.

Monday, May 4, 2009
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Compliance
7739 - Leak Detection and Maintenance on Bulk Cut and Cover Underground Stroage Tanks; Mr. Glenn Schmitt, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Puget Sound

7902 - The Problems with Setting MACT Standards for Coal Combustion at Military Bases; Mr. C. Flint Webb, SAIC

8013 - Using Risk Assessment in Navy National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Process; Mr. Mike Hicks, BMT Designers & Planners, Inc.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Compliance
8152 - Evolving the Hazardous Materials Information Resource System (HMIRS) for Tomorrow’s Hazmat Challenges; Mr. Linwood Gilman, Defense Supply Center Richmond/DLA

8239 - Compliance Assurance Oversight (CAO) at the Missile Defense Agency; Mr. Kenneth Rock, ICF International

8157 - Field Guidance for Non Potable Water Substitution and Reuse; Mr. William Fifty, USACHPPM

8123 - Online water quality monitoring systems – Drinking water security & more; Mr. Steven Clarke, USACHPPM

8131 - Graywater Application for Army Installations - Introducing a New Guidance Document; Mr. Richard Scholze, U.S. Army ERDC-CERL

8410 - Using Technology for More Effecient Waste Management; Ms. Karen Downs, Ft. Carson

Thursday, May 7, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Compliance 1
8065 - USAEC Emissions Factors From Munitions Use (Publishing In AP-42); Mr. James Bach, U.S. Army Aberdeen Test Center

8125 - DOCS II in Lieu of ASTM Digital Opacity Observation Method; Mr. Steve Rasmussen, Hill Air Force Base

8124 - Reducing Transportation Greenhouse Gases with Commuter Programs and Alternative Fuels; Mr. Steve Rasmussen, Hill Air Force Base

8122 - Implementation Of the APIMS Inspection Module; Mr. Steve Rasmussen, Hill Air Force Base

8076 - Environmental Sustainability through Water Audits, What You Need to Know!; Mr. Anthony Gruber, AH Environmental Consultants

8095 - Water Sustainability for Installations: Results of the Army Installation Water Study; Ms. Elisabeth Jenicek, U.S. Army CERL

Morning Concurrent Sessions - Compliance 2
8161 - Evaluation and Selection of Technologies for the Removal of RDX from the Process Wastewater Stream; Dr. David Gent, USACE ERDC EL

8213 - Evaluation of Drinking Water Security at DoD Installations; Mr. Andrew Barton, Battelle

8244 - Infrastructure Evaluations - Focus on Sustainability; Mr. Patrick Lytle, MWH Americas, Inc.

8067 - Source Identification of a Continuous Dry-Weather Stormwater Collection System Discharge; Ms. Jennifer Cearfoss, U.S. Army CHPPM

7999 - Dual Media Filtration System for Reducing Pollutants in Storm Water Runoff; Mr. Gary Anguiano, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center

8023 - Water Infrastructure Sustainability Analysis: Quantifying Public Health Impacts and Global Climate Change; Ms. Judith Barry, Noblis

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Compliance
7774 - Gathering, Managing, and Displaying Environmental Quality Data for Department of Defense Projects; Dr. Dave Rich, Geotech Computer Systems

8199 - Supporting Environmental Compliance and the EMS with Practice-based Environmental Training; Mr. David Howell, EM-Assist, Inc.

8200 - Supporting Environmental Compliance Using a Comprehensive Environmental Training Plan; Mr. Mark Grosser, EM-Assist, Inc.

8359 - Assuming Responsibility for E-Waste through Recycling Initiatives: Emerging Issues with Product Stewardship Initiatives; Mr. Carl Smith, Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation

8323 - Managing Environmental Liabilities Using Full Lifecycle Accounting; Mr. Lynn Hogg, Enfos, Inc.

8373 - Process Mapping As a Basis for Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessments; Ms. Birte Kersting-Wilson, AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc.

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