Dust Control and Soil Stabilization for Arid Regions Workshop
December 20, 2016
WED, February 1, 2017
ADOT Human Resource Center
1130 N 22nd Ave.
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Speakers Pablo A. Garcia-Chevesich Ph. D., Professor Al Brown, Lou Snow, Chris Marr & Dennis Delamore will speak about dust control alternatives. See speakers bios here!
A panel discussion of professionals will focus on Maricopa County dust control measures (strictest in the state). Continental breakfast and lunch will be catered by Panera.
Maintaining our Regional PM 10 Attainment Status – What will the challenges be moving forward?
Beverly Chenausky – ADOT, Lou Snow – Snow Consulting, Stan Raskow – Kitchell Environmental
Questions Provided to Panelists for Preparation of the Workshop….
1.Why is it important to Maintain PM 10 status?
2.How do you change your methods to Maintain PM10?
3.What challenge issues do you face?
4.How do you work together ?
5.What are some ideas to help maintain PM10 Status? Please give examples
6.What is your short term Plan for PM-10 compliance
7.What is your Long term Plan for PM-10 compliance
8..What are the control measures and updates added to the 2012 PM-10 plan
9. What kind of measures increased 310 effectiveness from the PM-10 plan
10. What are the contingency for PM-10 plan
11. How do credits from EPA voluntary measures in a state implementation Plan work
Beverly has over 18 years of experience in air quality and transportation planning for the State of Arizona. She currently serves as ADOT’s Air and Noise Program Manager under Environmental Planning, and is responsible for managing the Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) program, air permit and compliance, project level Air and Noise NEPA analysis and implementing any transportation control measures needed for transportation conformity or State Implementation Plans (SIPS). Beverly holds a Geology degree from Arizona State University and Masters in Public Administration in Community Planning from Northern Arizona University and as a sixth generation Arizona she enjoys spending time outdoors with family in South Eastern Arizona.
Credit 7 PDH’s
Audience: construction supervisors/workers, state and county supervisors, subcontractors, erosion and sediment control specialists, stormwater and erosion control specialists, principals, senior management, project/environmental/civil engineers, and compliance personnel.
Exhibitors: Dust Control and Soil Stabilization product vendors.
Meet training requirements – Earn professional development hours for certification renewal – Networking and learning alongside other industry professionals
When received between January 24 and January 31 – Includes Certificate of Attendance, lunch, presentations, exhibit area, and handouts if applicable.
- $90 – Members (must provide IECA membership number)
- $110 – Government Agency Staff (must provide an Agency email address)
- $150 – Non-Members
No Registration at the Door – Online registration before the day of the event only!
$300/Member – $450.00/Non-Member (
4 available 1 left)
Includes: 10 minute presentation, one (1) complimentary Registration, Logo on marketing material and Vendor Display Area in Exhibitor Room
Exhibitor: SOLD OUT
$200/Member – $300.00/Non-Member (5 available)
Includes: One (1) complimentary Registration, Logo on marketing material and Vendor Display Area in Exhibitor Room
Snack Sponsor: SOLD OUT
$100/Member – $200/Non-Member (2 available)
Includes: One (1) complimentary registration, logo on marketing material and recognition on table
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