Learn how federal rulemakings are further shaping the landscape for those responsible for managing coal combustion residuals.
Since the catastrophic failure of a Tennessee coal ash impoundment in late 2008, the EPA has established a more comprehensive set of regulations for the operation, closure, and post-closure care of coal combustion residuals (CCRs), including historic impoundments and landfills. The CCR Rule and complimentary Clean Water Act legislation were issued in 2015 and continue to evolve. In addition, state regulations are being introduced and may overlap with the CCR Rule. This course follows up on a similar course conducted in 2020. The speakers will help you understand the Rule revisions since 2020 and forthcoming, provide suggestions on your rule compliance strategy, and discuss practical examples from their experience assisting owners with compliance challenges.
Timothy J. Bergère
Armstrong Teasdale LLP
- Partner at Armstrong Teasdale LLP
- Working primarily out of its Philadelphia office
- Leader in the field of environmental law
- Has more than 35 years of experience in the law, many of which have been spent in the coalfields of Pennsylvania, including five years with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
- Practice spans environmental permitting and regulatory compliance across all federal and state program areas
- Defends clients in enforcement actions in federal and state courts and administrative tribunals
- Has a national client base in the area of cement manufacturing and quarry operations
- Has handled a variety of complex cases involving karst geology and groundwater movement
- Has been ranked among Chambers USA’s Leading Lawyers for Business in environmental law for more than 15 years
- Is recognized in publications such as The Best Lawyers in America® for Environmental Law and Energy Law, and Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® for more than two decades
- Can be contacted at 267-780-2024 or [email protected]
Sarah L. Meyer
- Senior Managing Scientist for Ramboll
- 20+ years of experience helping energy utilities develop strategies to overcome environmental challenges related to legacy contamination and regulatory hurdles in the most efficient manner possible
- Leads Ramboll’s coal combustion residuals (CCR) growth team
- Presents regularly at industry conferences on topics of remedial investigation, contaminated sediments, and manufactured gas plant remediation
- M.S. degree in marine sciences, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; B.A. degree in chemistry, Boston University
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 773-796-4606
Eric J. Tlachac, P.E.
- Senior Managing Engineer for Ramboll
- 20+ years of experience in engineering solutions for groundwater protection and remediation at industrial solid waste sites, with a recent focus on compliance with the groundwater and corrective action components of USEPA’s Coal Ash Rule
- Key member of Ramboll’s coal combustion residuals (CCR) team
- Regularly contributes to industry conferences, such as the American Coal Ash Association’s biennial World of Coal Ash
- Licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Illinois
- B.S. degree in geological engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 414-837-3541
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