Second Annual RCRA Seminar - Virtual
Please join us for the Second Annual RCRA Seminar. The complete Seminar includes seven presentations, from experts across the industry, covering the following topics. PHD and CLE Credits will be applicable.
- What is a Hazardous Waste? by Charles Neslund with Eurofins on October 1st
- Analytical Methods for Disposal by Kristin Weiler with Alpha Labs on October 6th
- Managing Aerosol Cans as Universal Waste under the new US EPA Final Rule by Shaun Gilday with Environmental Standards on October 13th
- Hazardous Waste Generator Requirements; EPA’s Hazardous Waste Generator Improvement Rule by Austin Manning and Rodd Bender with Manko, Gold, Katcher, & Fox by October 15th
- Air Emissions and RCRA - An Overview of Subparts BB and CC by Mark Robinson with All4 on October 20th
- PCB Soil Remediation - Off-site Disposal and Cost Management by Bill Daddono with Heritage Environmental on October 22nd
- Auditing the Disposal Facility by Marianne Payne with GZA on October 29th
When: October 1st through October 29th from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST
Where: Virtual. A link for each session will be sent to registrants 1 day prior to the session.
Price: $10 per session or receive a 30% discount by registering for all seven sessions for just $50.
All fees will be allocated to support our Chapter’s Scholarships and Grants Program.
Charles (Chuck) Neslund is the Scientific Officer for Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories Environmental, LLC. And PFAS Practice Leader for Eurofins Environment Testing US. Chuck has worked in environmental analytical chemistry for over 36 years and works out of the Lancaster, PA location. He is a subject matter expert in HRMS analysis and PFAS analysis. He is responsible for identifying and framing trends in analytical testing and equipment. Chuck initiates new methodology and directs research and development. He has a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh (1982) and two years of graduate study credits in Organic Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh (1982-1984).
Chuck has presented dozens of oral and poster presentations at national conferences including NEMC, AEHS, ACS, EMDQ, and Battelle.
He is a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS), Chromatography Forum of Delaware Valley (CFDV), Air & Waste Management Association (AWMA), Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), and Sediment Management Workgroup (SMWG).
Kristin Weiler currently holds the position of Technical Sales Representative with Alpha Analytical. She holds a BS degree in Chemistry and has over 25 years in-depth experience in environmental analytical laboratory operations. With experience in organic extractions and analysis, both as an analyst and supervisor, project management, data validation, and business development, she understands the importance of quality laboratory work, attention to detail, meeting deadlines, and exceeding customer expectations.
Kristin is currently Co-Chair of the Board of Directors for SWEP of Greater Philadelphia, sits on the BCONE Advisory Council and PA Expansion Board, and steers the MAREP Events Committee.
Shaun Gilday is an EHS Principal with Environmental Standards. Mr. Gilday has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science with a specialization in Atmospheric Physics from the University of Delaware. Mr. Gilday is an Environmental Consulting Professional with 16 years of experience in the EHS compliance arena, specializing in environmental compliance, due diligence, and multimedia environmental investigations. Mr. Gilday also has significant experience assisting clients in establishing quality EHS compliance management programs utilizing current technologies. Mr. Gilday is a Certified Professional Environmental Auditor (CPEA), with a concentration in Environmental Compliance, and is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP). Mr. Gilday is currently shepherding fortune companies through the recent hazardous waste generator regulation updates and state adoption of underground storage tank regulations. Mr. Gilday has conducted, led, and provided assistance for over 100 audits and assessments of multi-media EHS compliance programs. Mr. Gilday has successfully managed several national EHS compliance programs for major global retailers, manufacturers, and pharmaceutical companies. Mr. Gilday has developed numerous third-party waste vendor management programs to evaluate and quantify risk associated with utilizing waste vendors. Serving as program manager he tracked and closed compliance findings using a custom risk management schema to bring facilities into rapid and efficient compliance.
Rodd Bender, Partner with Manko, Gold, Katcher, & Fox, LLC. Rodd has concentrated on brownfield transactions and compliance counseling across a variety of regulatory programs since joining the firm in 1997. He has extensive experience structuring environmental due diligence for real estate and business transactions, negotiating environmental provisions in transactional documents, and advising developers on satisfying state and federal cleanup programs and property transfer laws consistent with business objectives. For brownfield projects Rodd has negotiated environmental insurance policies and agency liability protection agreements, and counseled clients on public involvement strategies.
In the regulatory compliance arena, Rodd has advised and provided training to companies on complex regulatory programs such as hazardous waste management, release and right-to-know reporting, storage tank operations and corrective action, spill prevention and countermeasures, polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) use and cleanups, asbestos workplace standards, and stormwater permitting. He has provided legal oversight for regulatory compliance audits of multi-facility clients, both confidentially and involving disclosure to and negotiation of reduced penalties with federal and state agencies under voluntary disclosure policies. Rodd has also represented clients to resolve agency enforcement actions alleging violations of regulatory requirements.
Austin Manning is an associate with Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP and is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar.
Austin graduated magna cum laude from Temple University’s James E. Beasley School of Law and she received her Bachelor of Science in Economics from Penn State University. During law school, Austin served as a Staff Editor for the Temple Law Review. In her final year, she studied at the University of Lucerne in Lucerne, Switzerland where she received her Global Legal Studies Certificate with a focus on international economic law, human rights, and sustainability.
While in law school, Austin served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Michael M. Baylson of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and to the Hon. Arnold L. New of the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas. She was a summer associate at Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP in 2018. Prior to law school, Austin worked as a business analyst for Independence Blue Cross.
Mark B. Robinson, P.E., CHMM, CPEA is a Technical Director with ALL4's Multimedia EHS Compliance Practice in Atlanta, Georgia. He has more than 25 years of EHS compliance practice experience, serving a variety of chemical, pulp & paper, manufacturing, and telecommunication clients. Mark is a professional engineer, CHMM, and CPEA. Mark is a Technical Director in ALL4’s Multimedia EHS Compliance Practice Area. He managed the implementation of Subpart BB and CC for a semiconductor fab in the late 1990’s, and he has incorporated Subpart BB and CC compliance into audit programs and due diligence for clients throughout his consulting career.
Bill Daddono, Strategic Account Manager with Heritage Environmental. Bill has more than 25 years of sales and operational experience, including strategic planning, business, and project development, capture and proposal management, estimating and project management.
Prior to joining Heritage Environmental, Bill was Director of Business Development for DeNovo Constructors, and Business Development Manager for the environmental remediation business line of Chicago Bridge & Iron (formerly Shaw Environmental & Infrastructure), a $3.8 billion international energy infrastructure company.
Bill is a member of Society of Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP), the Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ), the Brownfields Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE), and an associate member of the NJ Licensed Site Remediation Professionals Association (LSRPA).
Bill started his career exploring for oil in the Gulf of Mexico and California after receiving his BS degree in Geophysics from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.
Marianne Payne joined GZA as an Associate Principal in 2020 after twenty years of independent consulting work and a broad portfolio of EHS compliance and permitting experience in the government, corporate, and entrepreneurial sectors, with a focus on air permitting, Management Systems (ISO 9001/14001, RC14001, EMS) implementation and auditing (CPEA-Environmental Compliance, Management Systems, Responsible Care).