Join TIG Environmental at the 2023 Battelle Sediments Conference

November 18, 2022

Join TIG Environmental at the 2023 Battelle Sediments Conference

TIG Environmental will be attending the Eleventh International Conference on the Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments from January 9 to 12, 2023 in Austin, Texas.


We will be co-chairing two sessions, co-chairing two panels, giving six platform presentations, and presenting two posters. Join us at any of our panels or presentations or visit us at our booth, Booth 118. Participating colleagues include Philip Spadaro, RG; Dr. Mike Bock; Tim Negley; Kate Lasseter, PMP; Jason Dittman, PhD; Nick Rose, and Erin O’Connell. 


TIG Environmental helps clients navigate the complexity of high-stakes environmental projects. Our experts have deep experience in finding facts, turning data into decisions, and steering strategies to achieve successful resolution. With experience and tools in advanced environmental science, engineering, statistics, project management, and information design, we specialize in investigating, analyzing, and arriving at well-informed strategic decisions that drive projects to successful outcomes. We offer clients the competitive advantages of intelligent investigation, advanced technical tools, strategic expertise, and global experience.  


Please stop by and visit one of our presentations below. We would love to speak with you!

Forensic Analysis of PCDD/Fs and PCBs in the Lower Two Miles of the Passaic River, NJ

January 10, 2023

Michael Bock (mbock@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Portland, ME, USA) and Nicholas Rose (nrose@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, New York, NY, USA)

Integrating R, Power BI, and ArcGIS Online to Guide Sediment Investigations and Allocation Toward Better Decision-Making

January 10, 2023

Tim Negley (tnegley@intell-group.com), Jamie C. Combes (jcombes@intell-group.com), and

Katie Ives (kives@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Syracuse, NY, USA)

Will Sediment Caps Last Forever? And How Should We Address the Possibility that They Don’t?

January 10, 2023

Moderators 

Steve Garbaciak (Foth Environment Solutions) 

Philip Spadaro (pspadaro@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental)


Panelists

Jennifer Hagen, Tim Havranek, and Victor Magar (Ramboll)

Helder Costa and Garry Horvitz  (Haley and Aldrich)

Andrew Timmis (J.F. Brennan Company, Inc.)

Alternative Approaches for Funding Cleanup of Contaminated Sediments

January 11, 2023

Philip Spadaro (pspadaro@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Seattle, WA, USA) and Larry Rosenthal (lar@berkeley.edu) (University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA)

Efficient and Effective Community and Stakeholder Engagement at Superfund Sites

January 11, 2023

Erin E. O’Connell (eoconnell@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Portland, OR, USA) Jason Dittman (jdittman@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Syracuse, NY, USA) Kate Lasseter (klasseter@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Bedminster, NJ, USA) Philip Spadaro (pspadaro@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Seattle, WA, USA)

Session C5: Remedy Cost Allocation Considerations and Alternative Financial Models

January 11, 2023

Chairs: Kate Lasseter (TIG Environmental) and Larry Silver (Langsam Stevens Silver & Hollaender)

A Modeling Approach for Estimating Background Concentrations in Large Urban Contaminated Sediment Sites

January 12, 2023

Nicholas D. Rose (nrose@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, New York, NY, USA) and Mike Bock (mbock@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Portland, ME, USA)

Beneficial Use of Contaminated Sediments: The Promise and the Challenge

January 12, 2023

Moderators

Steven Nadeau (Sedment Management Work Group)

Philip Spadaro (pspadaro@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental)


Panelists

Eric Hedblom (Barr Engineering Co.)

Claire Detering, MS (Windward Environmental LLC)

David Moore, PhD (USACE - Environmental Research and Development Center [ERDC])

Eric Stern (Tipping Point Resources Group, LLC)

Larry Rosenthal, JD, MPP, PhD (Goldman School of Public Policy,

University of California Berkeley)

Beneficial Use of Contaminated Sediments:Cities, Polluters, Ports, Developers and “Circularity” Economics

January 12, 2023

Philip Spadaro (pspadaro@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Seattle, WA, USA) and Larry Rosenthal (lar@berkeley.edu) (University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA)

Contaminated Sediment and Climate Change –Sediment Desiccation, The Unthought About Hazard for Caps and MNR

January 12, 2023

Jason Dittman (jdittman@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Syracuse, NY, USA) and Philip Spadaro (pspadaro@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Seattle, WA, USA)

Evaluating Source Control Sufficiency with TIGSED, a Small-Scale Sediment Contamination Model

January 12, 2023

Nicholas D. Rose (nrose@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, New York, NY, USA), Philip Spadaro (pspadaro@intell-group.com) (TIG Environmental, Seattle, WA, USA) and Jason Dittman (jdittman@intellgroup.com) (TIG Environmental, Syracuse, NY USA)

Session B8: Advanced Data Analysis and Decision Tools

January 12, 2023

Chairs: Tim Negley (TIG Environmental) and Philip Goodrum (GSI Environmental)

TIG Environmental Staff

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Dennis Farley

President & CEO

ESG and Product Stewardship Lead

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Paul Brzozowski, PE

Managing Director

Business Development Lead

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Timothy Negley

Managing Director

Data Analytics & Visualization Services Lead

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Philip Spadaro, LG

Vice President & Principal Scientist

Contaminated Sediments Market Lead

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Jason Dittman, PhD

Managing Director

Engineering and Remedial Services Lead

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Erin O'Connell

Project Scientist

Health & Safety Administrator

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Michael Bock, PhD

Managing Director

Environmental Forensics Services Lead

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Kate Lasseter, PMP

Managing Director

Liability and Allocation Services Lead

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Nicholas Rose

Senior Scientist