H2A’s Mike Hawthorne will speak this Thursday, April 17, at the Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (TAEP) April Luncheon Meeting, being held at Brady’s Landing Restaurant in Houston, Texas. Mike’s presentation, titled “Risk-Based LNAPL Remedies: When Does Recovery Make Sense?” will discuss the role LNAPL transmissivity plays in decision-making regarding implementation of active LNAPL recovery at a site. LNAPL transmissivity is an excellent metric for identifying when we CAN recover LNAPL, but it cannot tell us when we SHOULD. Remediation drivers, which include both technical and non-technical risks, ultimately determine the need for active LNAPL recovery.
TAEP is the premier organization for environmental professionals in the State of Texas, with nearly 300 local members and a total of four chapters state-wide. TAEP provides environmental professionals with active organizations that focus on multi-disciplinary issues and whose primary aims are the advancement of the environmental profession and the establishment of a forum to discuss important environmental issues. TAEP typically meets on the third Thursday of each month and features a guest speaker addressing one of the most pertinent environmental issues of the day. The meetings include excellent networking opportunities for members and guests. You can register to attend the meeting on Thursday by clicking here.
Note: TAEP logo and orginization details were obtained from the TAEP webpage (http://www.taep.org/).