[Live] Canadian ESC Sector Updates: Standards, Research, and Case Studies

Includes a Live Event on 01/13/2021 at 11:00 AM (MST)

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Wednesday, January 13th - 11:00AM - 12:00PM Mountain Time

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Canadian ESC Sector Updates: Standards, Research, and Case Studies

Join us for the Canadian ESC Sector Updates: Standards, Research, and Case Studies Webinar. This presentation will highlight a newly published Canadian standard that deals with the installation and maintenance of erosion and sediment control measures. Also included will be an overview of a new Canadian research report that discusses the successes and challenges of conducting real time turbidity monitoring through a series of case studies. Finally, the presentation will provide updates on the status of other recently developed ESC standards, and a look at potential new efforts on the horizon.

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One (1) Professional Development Hour

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Brian Zupancic

Brian Zupancic is a senior project manager with CSA Group. Based out of their U.S. Headquarter office in Cleveland, OH, Brian works with stakeholders from both Canada and the U.S. to develop standards in the field of natural resources. In addition to water resources, Brian works in the areas of mining and carbon sequestration, managing standards committees both domestic and international. Prior to CSA Group Brian spent 5 years in Government Relations with Trout Unlimited in Washington, DC. Brian attended the Ohio Wesleyan University and holds a Master’s in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University.

Dan Menard, P.Geo., QP, MBA

General Manager

Dan Menard has been an environmental professional for more than 25 years, specializing in water, permits and environmental management and compliance.

Dan is General Manager of Groundwater Environmental Management Services (GEMS), an Ontario based environmental inspection & monitoring company servicing the construction and land development industries and Environmental Monitoring and Compliance Inc. (EMAC), a start-up focusing on integrating technology and instrumentation with data logging and Internet of Things (IoT) communications platforms for different environmental monitoring applications for industries and companies that are generally slower to adopt technological based innovation.

Having worked on both the consulting and the client side of our business, Dan understands what is important to individual stakeholders and knows how to tailor sometimes technically complicated issues to make them meaningful for different audiences.

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Canadian ESC Sector Updates: Standards, Research, and Case Studies
01/13/2021 at 11:00 AM (MST)   |  60 minutes
01/13/2021 at 11:00 AM (MST)   |  60 minutes This presentation will highlight a newly published Canadian standard that deals with the installation and maintenance of erosion and sediment control measures. Also included will be an overview of a new Canadian research report that discusses the successes and challenges of conducting real time turbidity monitoring through a series of case studies. Finally, the presentation will provide updates on the status of other recently developed ESC standards, and a look at potential new efforts on the horizon.
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