Mark Johnson (Washington, D.C.) and Seth Kellogg, P.G. (New York) will be attending the New York State bar Association Environmental & Energy Law Section Fall Meeting 2018.
Mark Johnson is a Principal Engineer based in Washington, D.C. with more than 20 years of experience focused on earth site investigation and remediation, groundwater assessment and remediation, subsurface vapor intrusion to indoor air, environmental management assessment and systems, and brownfields redevelopment planning and design.
Seth is a Senior Geologist based in Ewing, New Jersey with more than 25 years of professional experience focused on characterizing and remediating groundwater contamination. She specializes in leading multi-disciplinary teams to create innovative and cost-effective solutions to complex environmental challenges and communicating complex technical information to peers, clients and the public.
Topics the conference will include:
- Bridge Over Troubled WOTUS
- Weeding Out Ethical and Environmental Issues in Budding Cannabis Industry
- NYC's Watershed Protection Land Acquisition Program
- Don't Drink the Water: Everything You Need to Know about Emerging Contaminants
- H2Oh No? Emerging Contaminants and Expanding Toxic Torts
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More InformationLearn more about the meeting: Environmental & Energy Law Section Fall Meeting 2018
Learn more about the agenda: Fall Meeting 2018 Agenda
Learn more about Mark at: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/mark-johnson
Learn more about Seth at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seth-kellogg-pg-8b30ab5/