October 9, 2017

Rob Ferree Contributes to 2017 Environmental Issues Forum

Rob Ferree (Michigan) will contribute to a Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Part 201 Panel Discussion during the upcoming Michigan Chamber of Commerce Environmental Forum in Lansing, Michigan on October 11, 2017.

The Environmental Forum will cover comprehensive updates on the most current developments in the environmental arena with leading expert attorneys, government officials, and top consultants.

Robert Ferree is a Principal Geologist based in Michigan with more than 30 years of experience focused on hydrogeologic investigations; remedial investigations; underground storage tank (UST) removal; soil and groundwater sampling plan preparation; soil and groundwater sampling in accordance with RCRA and CERCLA guidance; surface and down-hole geophysical methods; remediation system design; remedial system installation; slug test and aquifer test performance and analysis; and environmental site assessments (ESAs).

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality's mission is to promote wise management of Michigan's air, land, and water resources to support a sustainable environment, healthy communities, and vibrant economy. Its vision is to reduce public health and environmental risks, assist Michigan communities with addressing infrastructure needs, and build external partnerships to address Michigan's environmental issues through the authorities granted to us by the Michigan Legislature and Constitution.

More Information

Learn more about the event at: http://www.michamber.com/2017-environmental-issues-forum
For consultation regarding hydrogeologic investigations or remedial investigations, contact Rob Ferree at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Learn more about Rob at: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/robert-ferree

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