Meet SCS Engineers professionals at Air & Waste Management Association’s 113th Annual Conference and Exhibition – “ACE 2020 Gateway to Innovation”, June 29 – July 2 in San Francisco. Several of our professionals will deliver technical presentations, and SCS will also have a booth.
Environmental leadership will be the foundation of ACE 2020, embracing innovation and forward-looking vision to address the challenges posed by climate change, sustainability, and mitigation of environmental impacts while accommodating growth.
Technical program highlights
“Strategies for Climate Change Planning and Adaptation for Waste Management Facilities”
Jacob Shepherd is a Senior Project Professional specializing in air compliance and reporting within EPA Region III. He is experienced in environmental engineering, air compliance, renewable energy, landfill and landfill gas engineering, and environmental services throughout the mid-Atlantic region, and is a Professional Engineer licensed in Virginia.
“Uncertainty EPA has Created with New NSPS XXX and Cf Rules”
Gabrielle Fourie Stephens has 13 years of experience in environmental consulting, all with SCS. She has been involved in numerous projects related to air permitting and compliance with solid waste regulations, including landfill gas (LFG) surface and perimeter monitoring, LFG assessment, and perimeter probe design and installation.
“Air and Waste Issues in the Agricultural Industry”
Ryan Christman is a Project Professional with SCS Engineers specializing in air compliance and reporting. He is experienced in environmental engineering, air compliance, air emissions calculations, environmental management information systems (EMIS), and landfill gas engineering services.
Jeff Marshall is a Vice President of SCS Engineers, Environmental Services Practice Leader for SCS offices in the Mid-Atlantic region, and our National Expert in Innovative Technologies. His over 35 years of experience include a diversified background in project engineering and management, with emphasis on environmental chemistry and human health risk issues.
“Multidisciplinary Strategies for Greenhouse Gas Reductions”
Cassandra Drotman Farrant is experienced in environmental consulting, specializing in environmental assessment and greenhouse gas (GHG) verification. She has participated in many GHG verification projects throughout the U.S. and has completed approximately 70 Phase I Environmental Assessments (ESAs) in California, Oregon, and Washington.
Over 35 panels featuring experts who will discuss the latest issues in technology and regulation including:
- Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)
- Fenceline Air Monitoring Data
- Mobile Mapping in Air Quality Assessment
- Carbon Offsets/Cap-and-trade
- VOC Emission Controls
- New Source Review
- EPA Priorities 2020-2021
- Air Permitting, Legislation, and Policy Development
The conference will feature over 50 sessions, organized into 17 tracks on the latest environmental topics, including:
- Air Quality
- Regulatory and Legal
- Health and Environmental Effects
- Waste Management