Event Objective: To provide attendees with an enhanced working knowledge of the state of practice relating to the proper selection, design and construction of geosynthetic materials being used in today’s landfill liner and final cover systems. Participants will be provided with latest information on emerging geosynthetic materials that will enhance the performance of landfill liner and final cover systems to meet both the State and Federal regulatory requirements. This course has been uniquely formatted such that each technical presentation will be opened with a brief regulatory statement regarding the discussion topic advising the attendees of the primary regulatory concerns associated with each area of discussion.
The geosynthetic industry is constantly improving upon materials being used construct modern waste containment systems. This course will also provide attendees with the latest information on geosynthetic materials being manufactured for waste containment systems.
Principal Instructor: Dr. Richard Brachman, P. Eng – Professor Queen’s University, Canada
Regulatory Instructor: Robert Phaneuf, P.E. – NYS DEC, Division of Materials Management, Albany, NY
Location: Liverpool, NY
Dates: March 22nd & 23rd
Time: Day #1 (8am-5:30pm) Day #2 (7:30am-2:15pm)
Venue: Holiday Inn Syracuse/Liverpool
Who Should Attend: Landfill design engineers, construction supervisors, landfill owners and operators, regulatory agency staff, and public works and municipal engineers will benefit from this Seminar.
Event Sponsors: GMA & NAGS
Registration Deadline: March 18, 2016
Please Note: Seating is limited and attendance will be based on first come first served basis and maximum attendance will likely be achieved prior to the registrations March 18th deadline.