Examines Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) which are used to assess (prior to their sale or redevelopment/ reuse) industrial, commercial and “brownfield” sites for significant environmental contamination and, if found, then developing and evaluating alternatives to “remediate” (clean up or contain) the contamination found to acceptable levels. Focus is on the required components of a standard Phase I ESA and associated report generation. Explores associated job and career opportunities, including becoming a Registered Environmental Assessor (REA).
Instructor Information: Jeff Staudinger
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Office Location: KC 212
Office Hours: TBA