Chrisie Brown, P.E. Presents Seminar on Contaminated Site Remediation on 9/17/2020

September 15, 2020
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Join EnviroScience’s Chrisie Brown, P.E., BCEE, as she discusses the processes involved with clean up of contaminated sites in this HalfMoon Seminar. Attendees will include architects, engineers, contractors, and various other industries. Professional credits and hours for PDH, HSW CE, AIA LU|HSW, and CEUs are available.

Chrisie Brown, P.E., BCEE

Chrisie Brown, P.E., BCEE                                                      
Senior Environmental Engineer, EnviroScience, Inc.

Ms. Brown has over 21 years of diverse experience in environmental and chemical engineering. She has worked across a wide variety of industries, including pulp and paper, wood treating, fiber optics, nuclear waste treatment and pesticide manufacturing to solve complex chemical, environmental, and processing problems for clients. Ms. Brown’s projects include remediation technology development, regulatory compliance, risk assessments, environmental sampling, site assessments and environmental litigation support. She has a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder and is pursuing her master’s degree in Environmental Engineering at Vanderbilt University. Ms. Brown is a registered engineer in the State of Tennessee and a board certified environmental engineer in the area of hazardous waste management and site remediation.

Seminar Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 10:00 am – 12:00 pm CDT
Seminar Location: Online Sign up here!

The presentation will include discussion of:

  • Steps for choosing an appropriate remedy 
  • Important contaminant properties
  • Important subsurface properties 
  • Proven remediation technologies
    •   Source removal
    •       Physical treatments
    •       Chemical treatments
    •       Biological treatments
    •       Other treatments
  • Real-world examples
  • Lessons learned


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