IES is Presenting a Webinar Concerning Lead In Drinking Water
IES’s own Ed Hinchey and Don Siegel will be presenting a webinar on January 12th concerning lead in drinking water.
The webinar will be hosted by Perrin Conferences and CLE credits are available.
If you are not interested in the CLE credits, registration discounts can be made available by contacting Emily Korba at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information and registration details are outlined below.
LEAD IN DRINKING WATER: WHO IS VULNERABLE, WHERE, WHEN AND HOW
Thursday, January 12th, 2017
2:00 – 3:30 PM EST
Edward Hinchey, PG, Forensic and Environmental Consultant, Independent Environmental Consultants, Inc., Syracuse, NY
Donald Siegel, Jessie Page Heroy Professor & Department Chair, Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor, Department Earth Sciences, Syracuse University
Marc S. Gaffrey, Esq., Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas, LLP
- The chemistry of lead — introduction of lead chemistry and soil in water
- The two scientific measures used to predict where lead may be a problem: LSI and CSMRI
- Two case studies where science determined outcome: what was the determining scientific argument.
- Nationally, where is lead in water found now with the potential for producing lead in drinking water?
- How does lead get into water?
- How to explore where problems should be in the future
- climate change
- sea water intrusion
- road salt
- mine draining
- anoxia from fertilizer
- Who is vulnerable?
- Questions and answer period
Cost is $129 per registration. This includes unlimited listeners from one phone line. Each registration includes one CLE application for one state.
Additional CLE applications are $25 per state.
Additional phone lines are $29 each.
CLE Credit: 1.5-2.0 CLE credits, depending on state requirements.
Applications are being made to all CLE states as requested by attendees.Please contact Katie Milnes with questions regarding CLE: email@example.com
For more information about registration, contact Bethany Corio at firstname.lastname@example.org
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