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Webinar – A revised ASTM Standard for Phase I ESAs is HERE

A revised ASTM Standard for Phase I ESAs is HERE

The proposed ASTM 1527-21 standard is expected to pass and be published in November of 2021. There are a number of modifications that environmental professionals and users should be aware of.

Join us for a FREE webinar with Julie Kilgore, Chair of the ASTM E-1527 taskforce, to discuss and learn more about the status of the upcoming changes. The webinar will be moderated by Scott Davis, Senior Vice President, Operations at ERIS.

This is a must-attend event for practitioners to understand how the changes will impact their Phase I ESA work. There will be plenty of time for Q&A.

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ASTM E1527-21 Standard Practice for Purchase

About the Speaker:

Julie Kilgore is President of Wasatch Environmental, an environmental science and engineering firm based out of Salt Lake City, Utah. She has over 25 years of experience in environmental assessment, investigation, remediation, and regulatory agency coordination. Julie chairs the task group responsible for revising the E1527 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process, and served on the ASTM International Board of Directors. Julie was appointed by EPA as one of the environmental professional representatives on the regulatory negotiation Federal Advisory Committee to assist EPA in developing the federal All Appropriate Inquiry regulation that ultimately adopted by reference the ASTM E1527-05 standard practice.

About the Moderator:

Scott Davis is the Senior Vice President, Operations at ERIS Information Inc. (ERIS), a company that provides information to help assess and manage environmental risk. Prior to ERIS, Scott worked at GeoSearch for over 20 years. Before joining GeoSearch, Scott provided project management and technical support for numerous environmental assessments and feasibility studies throughout the United States, including serving as Project Manager for a 350-mile Environmental Assessment corridor study of the Intercoastal Water Way.

Scott received a Master’s degree in Geography with an emphasis on Physical and Environmental Management from Texas State University.