Mike Hawthorne, of H2A Environmental, Ltd., will be speaking on “The Use of Modeling in Site Remediation” at the 25th edition of the annual Texas Environmental Superconference, Texas’s award-winning environmental conference, which will be held on Thursday and Friday — August 1-2, 2013– in Austin at the Four Seasons Hotel. Co-presented by the State Bar of Texas Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section, the Air & Waste Management Association – Southwest Section, the Water Environment Association of Texas, the Texas Association of Environmental Professionals, The Auditing Roundtable, and the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, the conference routinely draws in excess of 500 attendees from both the public and private sectors.
Speakers include EPA Regional Administrator Ron Curry, TCEQ Chairman Bryan Shaw, and Environmental Law Institute President John Cruden, as well as other distinguished representatives from the public and private sectors. Topics include: Case Law Update — “Silver Wings and Golden Rings,” Water Issues – “Duel at Silver Creek,” Solid Waste Update – “Silver Filling,” Legislative Update – “Silverado,” Air Quality – “Silver Skies,” Macondo – Lessons to be learned from Trial – “Silver Threads and Golden Needles,” TCEQ Chairman – “Ag,” EPA Regional Administrator – “The Silver Star,” Environmental Challenges – “Silver Linings Playbook,” The Use of Modeling in Site Remediation – “Silver Bullet,” Regulation/Toxic Tort & Nuisance Litigation – “Silver Standard, Site Assessment Pitfalls – “One More Silver Dollar, ” Environmental Disclosure – “Silver Polish,” Environmental Concerns Posed by Cyber Attacks – “Silver Screen,” EPA DC Enforcement – “Silver Spurs,” Shale Plays – “White Silver Sands,” and Ethical Issues Facing Environmental Practitioners – “The Silver Tongued Devil and I.”
(conference description and logo from the State Bar of Texas Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section webpage)