Brownfields and Landfill Redevelopment Seminar on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 in Charlotte, NC

August 30, 2006

Closed landfill sites can offer a great financial opportunity.  At this seminar, SCS’ nationally recognized landfill redevelopment experts will explain how to identify and capture the value beyond the environmental liability.  Hear success stories and the latest regulatory, policy, and technology updates in landfill redevelopment.

This seminar is intended for decision-making solid waste management professionals including landfill owners/managers and regulatory and economic development personnel in both public and private sectors.  Real estate investors, law firms, and bankers are welcome to attend.  The seminar is open to invited guests and seating is limited.

Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel
2800 Coliseum Centre Drive
Charlotte, NC 28217
(704) 357-1414

The $49.00 registration fee includes a continental breakfast and lunch.
A confirmation and additional information will follow your registration.
To register via email or phone or for additional information,
please contact Sheila Johnson, ,
(704) 504-3107

October 24, 2006

8:00   Registration with Continental Breakfast

8:30   Welcome and Opening Remarks
            Steve Lamb, P.E., SCS Engineers

8:40   Brownfields and Landfill Redevelopment Overview
Joe Kesling, SCS Engineers

9:00   Carolina Regulatory Overview
Tom Warshauer, City of Charlotte
         Economic Development Manager
           Brian Nicholas, Brownfields Program Manager/NCDENR
Gail R. Jeter, SCDHEC

9:50   Break and Refreshments
10:00  Finding Money/Dealing With Risk
            Elizabeth Bannister, Marsh Environmental Practices
John Ryback, BB&T
Benne Hutson, Helms Mullis Wicker

11:00  Case Studies
            Acworth, GA, Mike McLaughlin
          City of Rock Hill, SC, David Warner
          Lockheed RCRA Site, Nina Marshtein

12:10  Question and Answer/Final Remarks

12:30  Lunch