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  • November 21, 2018 1:01 PM | Chris Wenczel (Administrator)

    The LIAPG and NYSCPG sincerely thank our speakers and guests for making the day such a great success!!!  We had 100 participants.

    Copies of the presentations can be obtained through the links below:

    “EPA Compliance”
    Platinum Corporate Speaker - Adam Robus & Cheryl Neary
    Island Pump & Tank

    "Fill Material Classification and Use: 6 NYCRR Part 360.13"
    David Gibb, P.E., Deputy Regional Materials Management Engineer
    NYS DEC Solid Waste

    “Chemistry and Analytical Methodology Review of Perchlorate, 1,4-Dioxane & PFAS”
    Platinum Corporate Speaker - Kevin Hoogerhyde
    Alpha Analytical

    “Preview of Potential Revisions to 6 NYCRR Part 375”
    Jane H. O’Connell - Chief, Superfund and Brownfield Cleanup Section
    Division of Environmental Remediation

    “Eliminating Risk of PFAS in Groundwater”
    Platinum Corporate Speaker – Alana Miller – NE District Manager

    "Site Assessments"
    Robin Putnam, Program Director
    Nassau County Department of Health

    “Surface & Borehole Geophysical Methods for Environmental Investigations”
    Platinum Corporate Speaker - Hager-Richter Geoscience, Inc.
    Robert Garfield, P.G., Owner/Principal Borehole Geophysicist

     “Public Water Supply: Emerging Contaminants Challenges and Technologies”
    Tyrand Fuller, P.G., Director of Strategic Initiatives
    Suffolk County Water Authority

  • June 27, 2018 10:02 PM | Chris Wenczel (Administrator)

    The Trip & Picnic were a big success, see you next year?

  • June 13, 2018 8:27 PM | Chris Wenczel (Administrator)

    Please welcome him to the LIAPG!

  • February 11, 2018 5:01 PM | Jennifer Lewis (Administrator)

    On Friday, November 21, 2014 the Governor signed Chapter 475 of the Laws of 2014 that provides for the licensure of professional geologists under Title VIII of the Education Law. The Law does not take effect until November 2016.

    Under the provisions of the new law, Geology will be added to the current State Board for Engineering and Land Surveying. To implement the licensing provisions, the Board of Regents must first appoint qualified geologists to the board. The State Board will assist the Regents and the Department in developing regulations necessary to license qualified individuals in the new profession. Please check back for additional updates in the coming months. - from

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