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Hazardous Materials Track and Awards Lunch

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Thursday, December 2, 2004

8:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

Track Moderator: Chuck Pryatel, Environmental Business Solutions

"DTSC Regulatory Update"

* Regulatory Calendar 2005

* Response Action Regulations

* Hazardous Waste Tank Regulations

* Universal Waste Classifications

* Peggy Harris, DTSC

"California Conference of Environmental Health Directors - Association Priorities"

Justin Malan, Exec. Dir., California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health

Gary Erbeck, Director, San Diego County Department of Environmental Health

"CUPA Forum Board Panel"

Danielle Stefani, Chair, CUPA Forum

Mike Dorsey, Past Chair, San Diego County-DEH Chief, Hazardous Materials Division

Valerie Toney, Vice Chair, Los Angeles City Fire Department

"Underground Storage Tanks: UST Designated Operator Requirement; New UST Systems with Vacuum, Pressure or Hydrostatic (VPH) Monitoring"

Liz Haven, State Water Resources Control Board

"Hazardous Waste Tanks: Do you need Secondary Containment for your Tank Ancillary Equipment? San Diego Variance Process: A Risk-Based Approach"

Jim Henderson, San Diego County-DEH-HMD

Lisa Leondis, San Diego County-DEH-HMD

Chuck Pryatel, Environmental Business Solutions

Ruth Soklow, Principle EHS Engineer, Solar Turbines

Awards Lunch

2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Track Moderator: Nancy Clancy, SDG&E Emerging Issues

"Biomonitoring"

Tim Shestek, American Chemistry Council

"REACH - European Chemical Initiative"

Steve Russell, American Chemistry Council

E-Waste Panel

"Expanding Manufacturers' Responsibility for Waste Streams"

Mark Murray, Californians Against Waste

"Twelve Years in the Making: Sony Opens San Diego E-Waste Recycling Plant"

Doug Smith, Sony

"E-Waste Recycling"

Greg Voorhees, Envirocycle

"E-Waste Trends"

Mike Logaker, Hewlett-Packard

"Design Issues: E-Waste Recycling Laws"

Michael Foulkes, Apple

"Recycling of CRTs and other E-Waste in California: What's a Covered Waste and Why Do You Care?"

Chuck White, Waste Management

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