Visit SCS Engineers at Booth 81 at the World of Coal Ash (WOCA) 2022 conference, May 16-19, 2022, at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington. SCS is an exhibitor and a Palladium sponsor.
Connect with over 800 potential customers and colleagues at the largest ash-related event in the world! World of Coal Ash attendees represent marketers and end-users, environmental “green” businesses, architects, engineers, contractors, concrete producers, waste and disposal delegates, researchers, and governmental representatives. Demonstrate new products and services to these attendees and receive immediate feedback from prospective clients.
Meet SCS Engineers professionals at the conference, including President Jim Walsh, Senior Vice Presidents Mike McLaughlin and Doug Doerr, Vice President Tom Karwoski, Project Director Richard Southorn, and Project Manager Phil Gearing. SCS is also presenting the following:
Charles Hostetler (SCS Senior Project Advisor) and Bernd Rehm (ReSolution Partners) will speak about “Groundwater Monitoring Plan Considerations for Assessment and Corrective Action Sites” (May 19, 11:30 – 12:00, Session D11, Meeting Room 3). Our presentation will provide strategies for groundwater monitoring plans that you can tailor to the specific characteristics of your site, allowing you to update your conceptual model, inform your choice of remedial alternatives, and adjust your monitoring program to keep your site evaluation and corrective actions on track.
The World of Coal Ash – affectionately called WOCA – is the premier international conference on the science, application, and sustainability of coal combustion products. WOCA is hosted by the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) and the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (UK CAER). WOCA 2022 will be the 9th biennial meeting.
Join SCS Engineers’ Mike McLaughlin at the American Coal Ash Association’s virtual Winter Meeting, March 2 & 4, 2021.
The conference will include, among other things, an update from the arsenic task force, regulatory impacts of the US elections, smart policies in support of cleaner, stronger coal powered energy, and transportation funding.
The meeting is for ACAA members.
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