Forum – Institutional Controls: Everything You’ve Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask

Institutional Controls or (“ICs”) are legal and administrative tools used at development sites to protect human health and the environment when contamination is left in place. Failure to understand how ICs work and how they are interlinked with all aspects of site reuse can lead to confusion and added time and cost to a project.
Attendees learned about the various types of ICs, when and how they are used, their benefits and limitations, current complexities, and how to balance opportunities for future site reuse with environmental protection.

Date:
Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Location:
WSB & Associates

Speakers:
Ken Haberman – Landmark Environmental
Roseanne Hope – Hope Law Firm
Carmen Netten – Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Sara Peterson – Parkway Law
Joe Maternowski – Hessian & McKasy
Shanna Schmitt – Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Audra Williams – Ryan Companies
Institutional Controls Speaker Bios

CLE’s: 3.0 Standard Credits – Event Code: 205612

Sponsored by:

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and Minnesota Brownfields Community Council Members

 

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