BOSTON, Ma. — Todd Creamer, PG, of Geosyntec's Boston office will be speaking at the Licensed Site Professional (LSP) Association's monthly meeting in Westborough, Mass., on May 11, 2010.
Todd's presentation, "Improving Vapor Intrusion Site Conceptual Models through High Quality Data and Innovative Assessment Techniques," was co-authored by Todd McAlary, PEng, PG, and Robert Ettinger. Todd's talk will highlight sources of data variability and review state-of-the-art investigative and analytical techniques that can be used to reduce uncertainty, improve data quality, and lower cost.
Todd provides vapor intrusion project management, strategy, technical guidance, and field support services to clients from coast to coast. He received his MS in geology from North Carolina State University and BA in geology from the University of Rochester.
Since 1993, LSPs have been the privatized overseers of hazardous waste site cleanup in Massachusetts. LSPs have closed over 25,000 contaminated properties, and work with lawmakers, regulators, and other environmental professionals to revitalize older industrial neighborhoods through the redevelopment of Brownfield sites.