Meet SCS’s Wastewater Treatment Director, Dr. Viraj deSilva at the Emerging Contaminants Summit in Westminster, Colorado, March 10-11, 2020.
The Emerging Contaminants Summit is the only environmental conference that comprehensively addresses mitigating the presence of these contaminants across all environmental media including surface water, groundwater, drinking water, wastewater, recycled water, soils and sediments.
The Summit brings together renowned industry leaders to share insights and learn from one another. Leaders and key stakeholders from academia, government, regulatory community as well as site owners, private consulting agencies and various other environmental professionals attend and present at the summit.
At the conference, you will discover cutting-edge developments based on completed projects and/or conclusive evidence within the environmental health, science and engineering fields; learn about current theoretical and practical aspects of environmental health, science and engineering as well as related industry-specific topics of interest; have the opportunity to evaluate the latest technologies and products and interact directly with suppliers; and network with hundreds of top industry professionals at two receptions, breakfasts, lunches and various networking breaks.
Mr. Lefebvre, a Professional Engineer in nine states recently joined the SCS Environmental Services team. He brings over three decades of experience as an environmental engineer and consultant specializing in soil and water remediation services for both government and business sectors.
Mr. Lefebvre manages remedial action plans, multi-media contamination assessments, industrial wastewater treatability studies and treatment system designs for SCS’s clients. He serves as an expert witness as well. He has designed and managed industrial wastewater treatment systems for the pharmaceutical industry; successfully remediated groundwater at petroleum Superfund sites; restored soil and groundwater at several RCRA sites; and was the Engineer of Record for a South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) project to protect the Everglades National Park.
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