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SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT

AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT SHORT-COURSE
St. Petersburg Hilton & Towers / St. Petersburg, Florida
October 17-19, 1990


SCHEDULE:


Conference Registration Open
(Course Material Pick-Up)
Early Bird Site Tour
Opening General Session
First Series of Courses
Refreshment Break
(Sponsor: Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz, Nash,
Block & England, P.A.)
Second Series of Courses
Exhibit Viewing & Opening Reception
(Bayfront Center)
(Sponsor: Expo Network)


Thursday, October 18, 1990


6:15 a.m.- 7:15 a.m.

7:00 a.m.- 8:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.- 9:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m.- 9:45 a.m.


9:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.
9:45 a.m.-11:15 a.m.


Fun Run/Walk
(St. Petersburg Marina)
Continental Breakfast
(Sponsor: Missimer & Associates, Inc.)
Third Series of Courses
Refreshment Break
(Sponsors: Brown & Caldwell and
Haben & Culpepper, PA.)
Exhibit Hall Open
Fourth Series of Courses


Thursday, October 18, 1990 continued
11:15 a.m.- 2:15 p.m. Dedicated Exhibit Hall Time/Lunch
(Lunch Sponsor: International Technology
Corporation)
2:15 p.m.- 3:45 p.m. Fifth Series of Courses
3:45 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. Refreshment Break
(Sponsor: Camp, Dresser & McKee)
4:00 p.m.- 5:30 p.m. Sixth Series of Courses
5:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. Reception at St. Petersburg Hilton
(Sponsor: Waste Management of
North America, Inc.)

Friday, October 19, 1990
7:00 a.m.- 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
(Sponsor: Browning-Ferris Industries, Inc.)
8:00 a.m.- 9:30 a.m. Seventh Series of Courses
9:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Super Refreshment Break
(Sponsors: Ruden, Barnett, McClosky,
Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A. and
Jones, Edmunds & Associates, Inc.)
10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Eighth Series of Courses
11:30 a.m.-12:00 Noon "Thank You-See You Next Year!"
Ice-Cream Break
(Sponsors: Omni Environmental, Inc. and
Hazards Environmental Services, Inc.)


Conference T-Shirts Will Be Provided to Each Attendee
Compliments of The Council for Solid Waste Solutions.

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A field trip has been arranged on Wednesday morning for attendees
who would like to tour:
* Pinellas County Refuse-to-Energy Facility. This 3,150 ton-per-day
facility incinerates 80% of the county's garbage. The remaining
20% is landfilled. A 75-megawatt generator creates electricity from
the garbage being burned, and this is sold to Florida Power
Corporation.
* After the tour of the refuse-to-energy plant, you'll visit the
county's yard waste recycling area where, in nine months, 8,000
tons of yard waste were processed into a cured mulch for free
distribution to citizens.
* Two different types of MRFs (Materials Recovery Facilities) will
be the next stop on the tour. One is Recycle America (Waste
Management) facility, and the second is BFI Recycling Systems.
Both are privately operated and process material from residential
recycling programs and commercial recycling programs.
Buses will leave from the St. Petersburg Hilton at 9 a.m. on
Wednesday, October 17th, and will return at 12 noon. Additional
information will be sent to registrants who sign up in advance for
the field trips. The additional fee for the field trip will cover the cost
of transportation and refreshments prior to boarding the buses.


FUN RUN/WALK:

A course has been mapped out along the St. Petersburg Marina for a
Thursday morning fun run/walk. Plan on waking up early and
staying in shape with our "First Annual Fun Run/Walk." Partici-
pants will receive t-shirts and will have coffee/juice/doughnuts
waiting at the end of the course. Please indicate on the registration
form if you plan to participate.


Wednesday, October 17, 1990


8:00 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.

9:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon
1:00 p.m.- 1:45 p.m.
2:00 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.- 3:45 p.m.


3:45 p.m.- 5:15 p.m.
5:15 p.m.- 8:15 p.m.


A SPECIAL THANKS:

A special thanks to the following companies for
their contributions and support of this compre-
hensive educational Short-Course.
Waste Management of North America, Inc.,
Southeast Region
International Technology Corporation
Missimer and Associates, Inc.
Browning-Ferris Industries, Inc.
The Council for Solid Waste Solutions
Omni Environmental, Inc.
Hazards Environmental Services, Inc.
Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz, Nash, Block and
England, P.A.
Brown and Caldwell
Camp, Dresser and McKee
Ruden, Barnett, McClosky, Smith, Schuster
and Russell, P.A.
Jones, Edmunds and Associates, Inc.
Haben and Culpepper, P.A.
For more detailed information on each of these
companies, see "Sponsors" section inside this
brochure.


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KEYNOTE SPEAKER:


FLORIDA BAR CREDIT:


STATE REPRESENTATIVE PETER
WALLACE--Chairman of the
House Committee on Reappor-
tionment and Member of the
Joint Select Legislative Com- L -w
mittee on Growth Management
Implementation. Representative
Wallace has served in the Flor-
ida House of Representatives
since 1982. He resides in St.
Petersburg and is a member of
the Tampa law firm of Treman,
Simmons, Kempker, Sharf, Barkin, Frye & O'Neill,
P.A. Wallace graduated from Harvard College and
Harvard Law School and was a Harvard National
Scholar from 1972 to 1979. He is a member of the
Kiwanis Club of St. Petersburg, the Legislative Com-
mittee of the St. Petersburg Bar Association, the Sun-
coast Tiger Bay Club and a Trustee of the Bayfront
Medical Center.


MODERATOR:


RON WEAVER-Senior Managing
Partner in the Tampa office of
the 65-member Florida law firm
of Stearns, Weaver, Miller,
Weissler, Alhadeff & Sitterson,
P.A. His practice includes land
use, environmental, real estate
acquisition and real estate
finance. Weaver recently com-
pleted a four-year term as
American Bar Association Chair-
man of the Real Estate Financing Subcommittee of
the Commercial Financial Services Committee. He is
a former Chairman of the Florida Bar Public Interest
Law Firm Committee; served four years with the
Florida Bar Business Law Section as a member of its
Executive Council; and was Chairman of the Hills-
borough County Bar Association Program and Law
Day Committee.

COURSE OVERVIEW:
"Major" in Solid and Hazardous Waste Management,
obtain a "minor" in Growth Management, and gain the
practical benefits of a "state-of-the-art" trade show in
an intensive, three-day conference designed to keep
you current on Florida's two most rapidly changing
fields of environmental management. Take advantage
of The Florida Chamber's unique "break-out" course
format to select your own curriculum from 35 course
topics taught by over 100 expert instructors from both
government and the private sector.
The Chamber's highly acclaimed Short-Course also
features an in-depth review of 1990 legislative results
and a forecast of what's expected for 1991.


This conference has been approved for a total of 14.5
hours of Continuing Legal Education credits through
the Florida Bar's Designation Plan in the areas of:
Corporation & Business Law (14.5); Real Property
Law (14.5); General Practice (14.5); Environmental
Law (14.5); and Administrative, Government Law
(14.5). And for certification: Civil Trial (11.0); and
Real Estate (14.5).

WHAT WILL BE COVERED:
Thirty-five (35) courses are scheduled over the three-
day conference. You will be able to attend eight of
those courses. You will receive course materials on all
thirty-five courses. Every effort will be made to accom-
modate your course preferences, but please list two
alternate choices on the registration form in the event
an alternate course must be substituted.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This Short-Course offers a unique educational oppor-
tunity for individuals with a strong professional inter-
est in Solid and Hazardous Waste Management and/or
Growth Management. The information provided will
be of value to:
* Local Government Citizen Interest Groups
Officials Members of the Medical
* Waste Management Profession Dealing with
Specialists Biohazardous Waste
* Regulated Industry Home Builders
* Engineers Realtors
" Environmental Property Appraisers
Scientists Land Surveyors
* Attorneys Landscape Architects
* Landowners And Others in
* Planners Occupations Requiring
" Developers A Working Knowledge
SIve Of State, Federal and
* Investment Bankers Local Solid and
* Consultants Hazardous Waste
* Environmental Management or Growth
Professionals Management Programs


WASTE MANAGEMENT
TRADE SHOW:
Your Short-Course registration fee includes par-
ticipation in the companion Waste Management
Trade Show presented by Expo Network, featur-
ing exhibitors involved in virtually every aspect
of Solid and Hazardous Waste Management. Trade
Show activities have been carefully integrated
with the conveniently located Short-Course to
allow you to participate in vendor activities dur-
ing designated times without missing any of your
selected courses.










SPONSORS:


Waste Management of North America (WMNA) is a part of Waste
Management, Inc., the world's largest waste services company. The
Southeast Region of WMNA encompasses all of Florida. Statewide,
the company's scope of services ranges from waste collection,
transfer and disposal to state-of-the-art resource recovery programs.
WMNA also operates many successful "Recycle America" programs
throughout the state. Considered the industry's leader, the award-
winning "Recycle America" service includes both the collection and
processing of recyclable materials. Through "Recycle America,"
WMNA presently operates two materials recovery facilities in
Florida and provides collection services for over half a million
households.
International Technology Corporation is America's oldest and largest
company specializing in environmental problem-solving and the
management of toxic, hazardous and radioactive substances. Over
3000 employees located in 10 laboratories and over 40 offices
nationwide (including Deerfield Beach, Ocala and Tampa, Florida)
serve the needs of Florida industry, utilities and government.
Missimer and Associates, Inc., is an environmental and ground-
water consulting firm with four regional offices. It is a Florida
corporation, serving the state from offices in Cape Coral, Miami
Lakes, Tampa and Jacksonville. The company performs environ-
mental audits, site contamination assessments, remediation engineer-
ing studies, water supply investigations, air quality studies and a
broad range of industrial support investigations, including waste
minimization assessments.
Browning-Ferris Industries, Inc., is one of the largest publicly held
companies whose subsidiaries and affiliates collect, transport, treat
and dispose of commercial and municipal solid waste and industrial
hazardous wastes. The company is also involved in resource
recovery facilities, municipal and commercial sweeping operations,
medical waste services, portable restroom services, asbestos abate-
ment, recycling and public transportation, as well as providing
waste services in foreign countries.
The Council for Solid Waste Solutions is a task force of companies
in the plastics industry which is developing comprehensive, realistic
programs for the environmentally sound disposal and re-use of
plastics. The Council is working with local, state and federal public
officials, as well as community and environmental organizations to
put these solutions in place. Its programs include broad-based
technical research, government relations and communications.
Among the Council's goals is to dramatically increase the level of
plastics recycling in the United States.
Omni Environmental, Inc., was founded by a multi-disciplined
group of environmental professionals and materials handling
specialists. The company offers turnkey site remediation and waste
disposal services to both the private and public sector, in cases
involving petroleum and other hydrocarbon contamination. Services
include excavation, loading, transportation and thermal treatment
of contaminated soils in FDER-permitted rotary kilns. During its
first year in operation, the company processed soils from over 380
different sites, such as service stations, machine shops, fuel termi-
nals, bus depots and convenience stores.


REGISTRATION FEE:

The full registration fee of $375 for Florida Chamber
Members, $445 for Non-Florida Chamber Members
and $295 for Local Government Employees is payable
in advance and includes:
* Attendance at eight of the 35 Short-Course sessions
* Two receptions
* One luncheon
* Two continental breakfasts
* Vendor exhibits and
* A notebook with outlines and handout materials
related to all 35 courses (over 800 pages).


Hazards Environmental Services, Inc., was formed in 1978 as an
emergency response company with the capabilities to respond fast
and effectively to all types of hazardous and non-hazardous spills.
During the last 12 years, Hazards has responded to more than 2000
incidents and sites with suspected and confirmed contamination.
Today, Hazards' emergency response service is complemented by its
full range of environmental services. Hazards' comprehensive
environmental consulting and contracting services and extensive
inventory of response equipment gives the company a unique
opportunity to offer turnkey capability to cleanup sites as well as
the traditional engineer/contractor relationship.
Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz, Nash, Block and England, P.A., is a full-
service law firm with offices in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and
Tallahassee. The firm is divided into four departments: corporate,
litigation, tax and real estate/land use. Specialized service is pro-
vided by groups formed from the various departments in the areas
of banking/finance, appellate/litigation, estate planning and probate,
government (labor, environmental, litigation and lobbying) and
resource recovery.
Brown and Caldwell is a national environmental engineering firm
with ten regional offices and two EPA-certified laboratories. Brown
and Caldwell has offices in Tampa, Orlando and Miami, providing
full-service capabilities to the state of Florida. They have also done
extensive work for Dade County and the U.S. Navy in the fields of
solid waste and hazardous materials management within the state.
In the field of hazardous materials, they specialize in risk assess-
ment, environmental assessment and remedial design services.
Camp, Dresser & McKee is a nationally recognized firm and one of
the largest specializing in environmental engineering and related
services. With over 40 years of experience in conducting environ-
mental projects, the firm has established a sound reputation for
quality engineering. During these years, it has assembled a multi-
disciplinary staff of over 2000 persons, many of whom are nationally
known and respected for contributions to their particular areas of
expertise. CDM has kept pace with the rapid advancements and
changes occurring in the environmental field, expanding its range of
services to handle almost every conceivable environmental project.
Ruden, Barnett, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., is a
full-service, statewide law firm with 116 attorneys practicing in 16
specialty areas in five offices including Fort Lauderdale, Miami,
Boca Raton, Miami Beach and Tallahassee. The firm's specialty
areas include solid and hazardous waste management, RCRA, and
the Superfund program.
Jones, Edmunds & Associates, Inc., (JEA) is an engineering and
consulting firm currently comprised of more than 50 engineers and
technical specialists with offices located in Gainesville and Tampa,
Florida, and Savannah, Georgia. The firm specializes in environ-
mental assessments, hazardous/toxic materials and waste manage-
ment, groundwater monitoring, permitting, surface water hydrology,
water and wastewater engineering, solid waste and highway and
traffic engineering.
Haben & Culpepper, P.A., was established in Florida's capital city to
provide a wide spectrum of government related legal services to
clients located throughout the state and nation. The firm specializes
in administrative, governmental and civil law, with special expertise
in land use and environmental law, civil and administrative
litigation, health care and legislative lobbying.


REFUND POLICY:

90% Refund-if written request is postmarked at least
10 days prior to the conference.
50% Refund-if written request is postmarked at least
5 days prior to the conference.
No Refund-if request is postmarked or telephoned in
fewer than 5 days prior to the conference. There will be
no refunds to attendees who are "no-shows."

All requests for refunds will be processed within 30
days after the course presentation. (Substitutions are
accepted upon notification.)


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OUTSTANDING FACULTY:


Robert Apgar-Partner in the Tallahassee law firm of Haben & Culpepper. PA. He has
extensive experience in state and federal regulation of development, particularly state regu-
lation of Development of Regional Impact, as well as in local zoning and comprehensive
planning. Apgar served as the Executive Director of the Environmental Land Management
Study Committee from 1982 to 1984, and as consultant to the Environmental Efficiency
Study Commission.
Dave Baker-Executive Director of the Southeast Glass Recycling Program. He was pre-
viously regional director for Florida BIRP. Baker has a broad-based knowledge in the field
of recycling.
Bill Barwick-Senior Attorney with the Atlanta-based law firm of Sutherland, Asbill and
Brennan. Barwick has been involved in asbestos litigation and related legal issues since the
late 1970s. Over his many years of practice Barwick has developed a client base which is
now nationwide in scope.
Kurt R. Batsel-Project Manager/Team Leader for Camp, Dresser & McKee's Hazardous
Waste/Industrial Group, in Atlanta, Georgia. Batsel leads a team of scientists and engineers
working on site investigations, environmental audits, feasibility studies, construction over-
sight, remedial design and specialty projects within the RCRA regulatory program.
Buddy Blain-Partner in the Tampa law firm of Blain & Cone and a recognized expert on
Florida water law. Blain is former General Counsel for the Southwest Florida Water Man-
agement District. He is currently serving as co-chairman of the Florida Bar Agricultural
Law Committee and Chairman of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness
Council.
Allen Blake-Environmental Engineer with Vulcan Materials Company in Knoxville, Ten-
nessee. He is responsible for coordinating and managing environmental services provided
to Vulcan's Midsouth Division. He has 12 years of experience in performing environmental
assessments, directing site remediation projects and managing environmental programs. He
has a B.S. degree in civil engineering from the University of Tennessee and is a registered
professional engineer.
Harvey Bush-Manager, Environmental Engineering, Waste Management, Inc., of Florida.
Since 1981 he has been responsible for environmental compliance of all Waste Manage-
ment, Inc., operations in the state of Florida including landfills, gas recovery facilities, and
refuse-to-energy facilities.
Rusty Butler-General Manager of Mid-Florida Mining Environmental, a division of Mid-
Florida Mining Company. Butler is a specialist in materials recycling, processing and facil-
ity permitting. He has worked for three years on the design and implementation of waste
minimization and recycling projects for Florida industry.
Bram Canter-Partner in the Tallahassee law firm of Haben & Culpepper, PA. He pre-
viously served as Assistant General Counsel at the Florida Department of Environmental
Regulation before entering private practice in 1984. His practice involves nearly every
aspect of environmental and land use laws.
Nikki Clayton-Partner in the law firm of Baker & Hostetler in their Orlando office. She
has extensive experience in land use, environmental and state and local government law.
She was previously County Attorney for Seminole County and has also served as Chair-
man of the Local Government Section of the Florida Bar and President of the Florida Asso-
ciation of County Attorneys.
Jim Colella-General Manager of the Tampa office of IT Corporation and a registered pro-
fessional engineer. He has 15 years of working experience in environmental and solid waste
disposal regulations, as well as in the design of corrective action and closure plans as a
part of implementation assessments.
Don Crane-Executive Vice President of Brown & Root-Genesis Engineering Company and
President of Floridians for Better Transportation Group. He has served on various express-
way authorities and transportation commissions. He also served in the Florida Legislature
from 1970-1974.
David Dee-Shareholder in the Tallahassee office of Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel,
Smith & Cutler, P.A. He has handled major cases involving landfills, resource recovery
facilities and Superfund hazardous waste sites, as well as developments, marinas, waste-
water treatment plants, phosphate and limerock mines and port expansion projects.
Ralph DeMeo-Senior Associate with the Tallahassee law firm of Huey, Guilday, Kuer-
steiner & Tucker, P.A. He practices in the area of environmental and land use law, with
emphasis in environmental litigation. He is a frequent author and lecturer on environmen-
tal and land use law.
Tom DeRose-Attorney with the firm of Hopping, Boyd, Green & Sams in Tallahassee. His
area of expertise is in solid and hazardous waste regulation and groundwater and resource
management. He was previously Assistant Regional Counsel for the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency in Atlanta.
Bill Earl-Senior partner in the law firm of Peeples, Earl & Blank, with offices in Miami
and Sarasota. He serves as special environmental counsel to a variety of corporate and
agricultural clients as well as several public bodies and local governments.
George Elder-Purchasing Manager, Southeast Recycling Corporation. Prior to joining the
Southeast Recycling Corporation in 1979, Elder spent six years with the Georgia Depart-
ment of Natural Resources as a technical coordinator for solid waste recycling.
Janie Gafford-District Manager of the Gainesville District of Browning-Ferris Industries
of Florida. She began her career with BFI in the operations department in Nashville, Ten-
nessee, in 1980 and later moved into the Sales Department where she attained several
honors. In 1985 she was promoted to the position of Sales Manager of BFI in Columbia,
South Carolina, and in 1987 moved to the Sales Manager position in Raleigh/Rocky Mount,
North Carolina. In August 1989, Gafford assumed the duties of District Manager of the
Gainesville, Florida, office.
Vivian Garfein-Attorney with the Tallahassee law firm of Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz,
Nash, Block and England. She previously served as Assistant General Counsel and permit-
ting attorney for the Department of Environmental Regulation.
John Garlanger-Principal in the Orlando office of Ardaman & Associates, a geotechnical
and hydrological and engineering consulting firm. Dr. Garlanger received his B.S., M.S. and
Ph.D. degrees in civil engineering from the University of Illinois.
James E. Gilley-Environmental Risk Specialist with IT Corporation. He has 10 years of
experience in providing technical assistance to client firms in evaluating environmental
risks, pollution legal liabilities, commercial liability insurance policy forms and developing
environmental risk management programs. He is responsible for the development of IT's
Environmental Liability Risk Assessment (ELRA) program, conducting property transfer
assessments and environmental compliance audits, and managing site remediation projects.
He is licensed in all lines of commercial insurance.


Sandy Glatzay-Vice President and Division Manager of Special Services and Recycl
with Browning-Ferris Industries. Glatzay has been with BFI since 1978 during which ti
she has served as sales representative, regional sales trainer and regional sales mana
prior to assuming her current position.
Steve Godfrey-Vice President and Principal of Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Godfi
has 16 years of professional experience in transportation impacts analysis, thorough
planning and state-of-the-art computer traffic generation, distribution and assign
techniques. He plays a major role on projects for public and private clients that requ
analysis of transportation needs, development of performance standards, and developmi
of creative funding techniques.
Nancy Graham-Attorney with the West Palm Beach office of Moyle, Flannigan, KE
Fitzgerald & Sheehan specializing in land and environmental law including zoning, Dl
and hazardous waste and administrative and litigation practice related thereto. She a
previously served as City Commissioner for the City of West Palm Beach.
Rick Hall-Vice President, Transportation Consulting Group in Tallahassee. He current
serves as Chairman of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Florida Secti
Growth Management Subcommittee and has performed over 40 DRI transportation ai
lyses. He has significant experience in FSI TMS travel modeling for growth management
Bea Hanley-Division Sales Manager for Medical Waste with Browning-Ferris Industr
in Tampa. Hanley has been employed by BFI since 1981 in the capacities of sales repres,
tative and sales manager prior to assuming her current position.
Scott Harrington-Senior Planner with Resource Engineering and Planning in Palm BeE
Gardens. His experience includes the coordination, preparation, and editing of several ]o
government comprehensive plans, plan elements, land development codes, and devel
ment studies. He has also been involved in the amending, interpretation and enforcement
local zoning codes and comprehensive plans through the development review process a
involvement with various HUD projects.
Bill Harris-A hazardous waste consultant with Atlanta Environmental Management, I
He was formerly Director of Planning for Lee County, Florida, and with the Environmen
Protection Agency's Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Branch involved in the ea
development of the RCRA program.
Sam Harris-He has been in the garbage business since 1958. He sold his company
Waste Management in 1973 and now works in marketing and promotion of recycling
Waste Management, Inc.
Bob Hauser-Manager of Solid Waste Group for Camp, Dresser & McKee in Tampa.
oversees all solid waste projects from permitting design to financial and project implem,
station. He holds an M.S. in Engineering from Cornell and an M.B.A. from Northeasti
University.
Langdon Herndon-Regional Recycling Manager with Browning-Ferris Industries in Atlan
Langdon has been with BFI for four years. In October 1989, he joined the Regional Staff
Regional Recycling Manager and is responsible for recycling presentations, bids and mar]
development.
Wade Hopping-Senior Partner in the Tallahassee law firm of Hopping, Boyd, Green
Sams. He is a former Justice of the Florida Supreme Court with extensive legislative exi
rience, both as a lobbyist and as an advisor to former Governor Claude Kirk. He ha!
broad-based environmental/administrative law practice representing most of Florida's u
ity companies, a number of the major land developers and a phosphate mining company.
Bernard Jacobson-Attorney with the law firm of Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz, Nash, BlocI
England. His practice includes representation of builders and operators of Resource Rec(
ery Facilities in Florida and other states and representation of municipalities in Florida
solid waste matters.
Hal Kantor-Partner in the law firm of Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed
Orlando. His practice has largely been in the area of transactional and contract law, a
land use and zoning law with a special emphasis on developments of regional impact. He
currently working on more than a dozen DRIs in different cities and counties through
Florida.
Larry Keesey-Attorney with the Tallahassee law firm of Young, van Assenderp, Varnac
& Benton, PA., in Tallahassee, specializing in the areas of administrative, environment
and land use law. He most recently served as General Counsel for the Florida Departmi
of Community Affairs.
Stephen J. Kelly, AICP-With Florida Planning Group. Inc., in Jacksonville. Kelly is one
the state's foremost practitioners in the melding of economic and environmental concern
into successful public policy. He is the champion of the economic benefits of preserving t
environment and effectively utilizing it to increase property values. He always brings
unique perspective to the issues at hand and is known for his practical solutions to diffic
problems.
David Keough, P.E.-Vice President of Jones, Edmunds & Associates in Gainesville, Flori,
Keough has more than 12 years' experience in civil and environmental engineering for so
waste disposal and RCRA compliance investigations. He is a certified Hazardous Materii
Manager at the master's level from the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management. I
experience also includes contamination assessments, groundwater monitoring plans, a
design of hazardous waste treatment facilities for various industrial clients in Florida.
Susan Klinzing-Tampa Office Manager for Brown & Caldwell. Her area of expertise is
contamination assessment and groundwater flow characterization.
Howard Landers-An Urban Planner and President of Landers-Atkins Planners, Inc.,
Jacksonville which provides hard planning and environmental planning services to privi
developers and government throughout the state and the southeast. He is Florida Mark
ing Representative for DANO, the world's leader in municipal solid waste composting.
Ivan Lawyer-Executive Director, Florida Business and Industry Recycling Program (BIR
A former president of the Florida Soft Drink Association, he has more than 42 years' ext
rience in the beverage industry and is active in establishing recycling programs through
the state.
Steve Levetan-President of Resource Services, a government affairs consulting firm st
cializing in solid waste and recycling issues, located in Atlanta. Levetan has over 15 yei
of experience in the state and local legislative arena and previously operated his own re(
cling firm in Atlanta. He serves as Legislative Affairs Director for the Southeastern ChE
ter of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISR) and is the national chairman of IS]
Solid Waste Subcommittee.
Sam Levin-Project Director for Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan's landfill design and p,
emitting services in Seminole County. He has been active in the field of solid and hazard
waste management since 1976. He has been involved in a diverse range of projects inclk
ing resource recovery feasibility studies, sanitary landfill siting and design, waste recycli


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programs, transfer station implementation/upgrading, air emissions management, control
of noise emissions, and municipal and industrial waste treatment.
Leon Lobban-Senior Industrial Hygienist for Precision Environmental Management, Inc.,
in Atlanta. Lobban has 18 years' experience in the comprehensive practice of industrial
hygiene and specializes in such areas as indoor air quality and ionizing and non-ionizing
radiation. He has been involved in the industrial control of asbestos since 1976 when the
DuPont Company began its asbestos program.
Lynda Long-Director of Corporate and Public Affairs for the Southeast Region of Waste
Management of North America, Inc. Her responsibilities, which extend statewide, include
the design and direction of all public communications for the company's Florida divisions.
An 18-year veteran of marketing and public relations, Long has developed the public edu-
cation platforms for many of Waste Management's "Recycle America" programs around the
state.
Rick Lotspeich-Associate in the Tallahassee law firm of Landers & Parsons, which spe-
cializes in environmental and administrative law. He has worked as an environmental spe-
cialist in the Standard Permitting Section of the Florida DER as well as the Dredge and Fill
Permitting Section of the DER Tampa district office.
Bert Luer-Recycling Market Development Manager for Waste Management of Florida.
Experienced in the field of recycling, he formerly worked in the resource recovery division
of the Department of Environmental Regulation and as Municipal Projects Director for
Durbin Paper Stock. He has been instrumental in establishing all of Waste Management's
recycling programs in the State of Florida.
Fred McCormack--Partner in the law firm of Landers & Parsons in Tallahassee. Before
joining the firm in April 1988, he spent five-and-a-half years with the staff of the Florida
House of Representatives, where he served as staff director of the Natural Resource
Committee.
Red McCormack-Manager of the Tampa engineering office of HDR, Inc. He has more than
30 years of engineering experience involving management, supervision and design of chem-
ical plants, biomass fuel plants and resource recovery facilities.
Mark McCrickard-Environmental Specialist with Jones, Edmunds & Associates in Tampa.
Florida. He is the first in Florida to become a Registered Environmental Property Assessor
by the National Registry of Environmental Professionals. He has conducted more than 50
environmental audits on a variety of commercial and industrial properties. His experience
includes site inspections, underground storage tank compliance and instrumentation inspec-
tions, soil and groundwater contamination assessments, historical landuse evaluations, and
regulatory liaison (federal, state and local],
Ross McVoy-Partner in the Tallahassee law firm of Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz, Nash, Block
& England. McVoy has over 15 years of experience in environmental and land use matters.
He formerly served as Deputy General Counsel for the Department of Environmental
Regulation.
Eileen Mehta-Member of the Government Law Section of Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz, Nash,
Block & England in their Miami office. Prior to joining the firm she served as an Assistant
County Attorney for Dade County where she specialized in land use law, municipal
finance, and elections law. She has extensive litigation experience at the trial and appellate
levels in both state and federal courts.
William W. Merrill, III-Partner in the Sarasota and Tampa law firm of Icard, Merrill,
Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsburg, PA. He specializes in land use and environmental law and
represents developers and public sector clients nationwide. Merrill has extensive hands-on
experience in preparing land development regulations for local governments in Florida.
Tom Missimer-President and Senior Hydrologist with Missimer & Associates, Cape Coral.
He has varied experience in hydrology, geology, oceanography and environmental science,
with a specialty in groundwater investigations and environmental audits.
Chip Morrison--General Counsel to the Florida League of Cities in Tallahassee. He is also
Counsel to the Board of Trustees of the Florida Municipal Health Trust and the Florida
Municipal Pension Trust Fund. As General Counsel to the League he lobbies municipal
issues in the state legislature, routinely consults with city attorneys around the state and
has filed a number of briefs with Florida's Supreme Court on municipal issues of statewide
concern.
Jim Murley-Executive Director for 1000 Friends of Florida. He previously served as Direc-
tor of the Department of Community Affairs Division of Resource Planning and Manage-
ment where he was responsible for developing and implementing the state's 1985 Growth
Management Act.
Mike Oaks-Senior Environmental Affairs Specialist with the Pensacola office of Gulf
Power Company. Mike's educational background is chemistry, and he has held a number of
positions with Gulf Power beginning in 1977. He has managed numerous investigations
and projects in the areas of solid waste disposal, hazardous substance contamination,
source identification for groundwater contamination, underground tank monitoring, and
minimization and treatment of surface water discharges.
Thomas O'Donnell-Vice President of Environmental Services Division for Missimer &
Associates in Cape Coral. He is responsible for corporate projects dealing with contamina-
tion assessments and remedial actions. He has been involved in groundwater hydrology in
South Florida for 14 years, and has a Master's Degree in geology from the University of
Texas.
Tom Patka-Attorney with the law firm of Holland & Knight in its Tampa office. He is a
member of the Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida Bar and serves on
the Solid and Hazardous Waste Committee of the Natural Resources Law Section of the
American Bar Association. He is a frequent lecturer on environmental issues across the
state and a regular columnist for Florida Environments.
Charles Perry-Lead Partner in the Atlanta law firm of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak &
Stewart, specializing in environmental law. He serves as primary legal advisor to the
Regional Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency, Region IV, for all statutes, regu-
lations, etc., administered by the Agency.
Dick Pettigrew-Senior Partner with the Miami law firm of Morgan, Lewis and Bockius,
specializing in environmental and administrative law. He is former Speaker of the Florida
House of Representatives and has also served as a member of the Florida Senate.
William D. Preston-Partner in the Tallahassee law firm of Hopping, Boyd, Green & Sams
and an active participant in DER rulemaking proceedings relating to groundwater and solid
and hazardous wastes. Preston previously served as Staff Director for the Senate Natural
Resources Committee.
Michael Radell-Member of Steel, Hector & Davis' land use and zoning group, specializing
in environmental and land use matters. He has represented numerous clients in land use
matters at municipal, county and regional levels throughout Florida. He was previously a
principal planner for Dade County.
Georgianne Ratliff-Principal in Charge in Dames & Moore's Bradenton office. She is a
professional urban planner with 15 years' experience in the public and private sectors. She
specializes in comprehensive planning for cities and counties and the planning of large
scale developments for the private sector.
David Risinger-Landscape Architect, Urban Resource Group. He previously served as
City Planner and Landscape Architect for Boca Raton, where he was involved in the


preparation of that city's comprehensive plan update and the formulation of its land devel-
opment code. He has recently been a guest speaker for the National Association of Home-
builders and the International Downtown Development Association.
Carl Roth-Partner in the Tallahassee law firm of Messer, Vickers, Caparello, French, Mad-
sen & Lewis, specializing in administrative and environmental law. Cari serves as legisla-
tive and general counsel to the Association of Special Districts, and as such, was actively
involved in the passage of the Special Districts Uniform Accountability Act of 1989. She
also serves as legislative and general counsel to the Florida Mosquito Control Association
as well as a number of individual governmental bodies.
Luke Schmidt--President, National Association for Plastic Container Recovery. He has
more than 11 years' experience in the soft drink and recycling industries and was the first
president of the Kentucky Business and Industry Recycling Program.
Robert Schneider-Vice President with the consulting engineering firm, Malcolm Pirnie,
Inc. He is a licensed Florida Professional Engineer with over 15 years' experience directing
solid waste projects for municipal clients throughout the United States.
Jerry Schnitzius--General Manager of Environmental Waste Systems in Escambia, Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties. Schnitzius has over 20 years of experience in the
waste hauling business. Earlier this year Environmental Waste Systems was awarded the
Region Recycling Award from Waste Management for the "Recycle America" program in
Okaloosa County.
Terry Schomer-Manager of IT Corporation's Environmental Compliance Management
Services group in Knoxville, Tennessee, which focuses on regulatory compliance auditing,
compliance services, and environmental liability risk assessments. He has over 15 years of
broad environmental experience in the application of treatment technologies, waste minim-
ization and regulatory compliance. He has a B.S. in chemical engineering from the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati.
Larry Sellers-Attorney with the law firm of Holland & Knight in its Tallahassee office,
specializing in environmental and administrative law. He is a member of the Florida Bar's
Environmental and Land Use Law Section and is a contributing author to publications by
that section.
Charles Siemon-An attorney specializing in land use and planning law with the firm of
Siemon, Larsen & Purdy in their Boca Raton office. Siemon has served as a consultant to
public and private sector clients in Florida, New Jersey, Tennessee, Arizona, Texas, Cali-
fornia and many other states. He has extensive experience in state and federal trial and
appellate courts in litigation involving impact fees, environmental impacts, comprehensive
planning, zoning, etc.
Mary Smallwood-Attorney in the Tallahassee law office of Ruden, Barnett, McClosky,
Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., practicing in the areas of environmental and land use laws.
She was formerly the Director of the Division of Environmental Permitting and General
Counsel for DER.
Scott Steady-An associate with Taub & Williams' Environmental and Land Use Depart-
ment in Tampa. He is involved in all aspects of the firm's public and private sector land use
practice. His work includes representation of clients before various local government
boards to secure land use approvals, comprehensive plan amendments and DRIs and
assisting in the drafting and adoption of Comprehensive Land Use Plans for cities and
counties.
Lloyd Stebbins-Vice President and North Florida Regional Manager with Missimer and
Associates in Jacksonville. He serves on the Northeast Florida Local Emergency Planning
Committee and is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Environmental Engineering. He
is also a member of the Air and Waste Management Association, the Hazardous Materials
Control Resource Institute, the National Society of Professional Engineers and the Ameri-
can Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Robert Stephens-Has 18 years of diversified experience in the environmental field serving
as a regulator, consultant, and industrial representative in both a project management and
program management capacity. Stephens, while Manager of Environmental Control for
Mobile Chemical Company, designed, authored and implemented an environmental audit
program which is still in use. He has worked in Florida since 1975.
Dennis Stotts-Partner in Peeples, Earl & Blank's Miami office. He specializes in environ-
mental and land use permitting, enforcement proceedings and litigation involving surface
and groundwater contamination, solid and hazardous waste regulations and land develop-
ment approvals, and previously served for five years as Enforcement Section Head of the
Southeast Florida District for DER.
Daniel E. Strobridge--Project Manager for Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc., specializing in all
aspects of solid waste management and resource recovery including waste-to-energy facil-
ity implementation and materials recovery through source and central separation. His
expertise in those fields has been acquired through 15 years of broad-based national expe-
rience in projects conducted at the local, regional, and state levels.
Dave Troutman-Southern Regional Manager for IT Corporation's Environmental Services
Group. Mr. Troutman is a registered professional geologist with 15 years of experience in
managing multidisciplinary environmental and hazardous waste projects. His project man-
agement experience includes managing a $6 million Petroleum Site Clean-up Program for
the Florida DER, managing several Navy Installation Restoration Programs at bases in
Florida and Remedial Investigation studies at four Superfund sites.
Ken Tucker-Partner with the Tallahassee law firm of Huey, Guilday, Kuersteiner &
Tucker. He served as Deputy Attorney General in Florida from 1978 to 1983 and now spe-
cializes in environmental and land use law.
lake Varn-Attorney heading the Tallahassee office of Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel,
Smith & Cutler. He served as Secretary of the Florida DER from 1979 to 1981 and subse-
quently served as Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation.
Bob White, PE.-Senior Engineer with Jones, Edmunds & Associates in Gainesville, Florida.
White's experience includes landfill design, closure and permitting; hazardous waste man-
agement; groundwater contamination assessments and preparation of monitoring plans; and
environmental assessments of real property and industrial facilities. He has conducted
numerous CERCLA/SARA-related investigations (environmental audits for lending institu-
tions and private industry in Florida).
Douglas M. Wyckoff-Attorney with Peeples, Earl & Blank, P.A., in Miami. He is a former
Assistant General Counsel for the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation and has
extensive experience in land use, environmental and administrative law and litigation.
Randy Young-Senior Partner in the consulting firm of Henderson, Young & Company. He
began his career in California, serving in two city managers' offices, a state administrative
agency and the staff of the California legislature. Seventeen years ago, Young became a
consultant to local governments. He has served over 50 governments in 19 states, and he is
now in his eleventh year of service to local governments in Florida. He is based in Palm
Harbor, near Clearwater, and also has offices in Naples and Sarasota. Young has developed
impact fees for many Florida cities and counties.
Rich Zambo-Attorney and Energy Consultant with the firm of Richard A. Zambo, PA., with
offices in Tallahassee, Brandon and Stuart, practicing virtually all aspects of cogeneration and
small power production. He is a registered engineer, has chaired the Florida Bar's Energy Law
Committee and serves on the Florida Engineering Society's Energy Committee. He is also the
Executive Director of the Florida Industrial Cogeneration Association and chairs the Florida
Cogeneration Association.


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INSTRUCTORS:

KEY STATE AGENCY PERSONNEL


DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
Chuck Aller-Bureau Chief, Bureau of Drinking Water and Groundwater
Resources
Janeth Campbell-Environmental Supervisor II, Waste Reduction Assistance
Program, Division of Waste Management
Bill Hinkley-Environmental Administrator, Solid Waste Section, Bureau of
Waste Planning and Regulation
Satish Kastury-Hazardous Waste Regulation Administrator, Bureau of Waste
Planning and Regulation
Marshall Mott-Smith-Administrator, Storage Tank Regulation Section, Bureau
of Waste Planning and Regulation
Edward Palagyi-Engineer
Clabe Polk-Waste Management Administrator, Southwest District Office
John Ruddell-Chief, Bureau of Waste Clean-Up
John Shearer-Assistant Secretary
Rick Wilkins-Division Director, Division of Waste Management
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Tom Beck-Chief, Bureau of State Planning, Division of Resource Planning and
Management
Bob Nave-Chief, Bureau of Local Planning, Division of Resource Planning and
Management
Rod Westall-Chief, Bureau of Planning, Division of Emergency Management
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Howard Glassman-Transportation Manager, Office of Policy Planning
Pat McCue-State Transportation Planner


DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
REHABIUTATIVE SERVICES
Fran Stanton-Environmental Specialist, State Health Office
REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCILS
Julia Greene-Executive Director, Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS
Pete Hubbell-Executive Director, Southwest Florida Water Management
District
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Henry Hudson-Chief, Preparedness & Planning, Region IV
Doug McCurry-Chief, Waste Engineering, Region IV
Betsy Shaver-Chemical Engineer, Policy, Planning & Evaluation Branch,
Region IV
Camilla Warren-Unit Chief, Superfund Branch, Region IV
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Larry Arrington--Deputy County Manager, Volusia County
Sandra Augustine-County Attorney, Charlotte County
Rick Bernhardt-Director of Planning and Development, City of Orlando
Dick Kelton-Assistant County Manager for Development Services, Volusia
County
Steve Logan-Assistant County Administrator, Manatee County
Dick Rabon-Solid Waste Division Director, Brevard County
Jake Stowers-Assistant County Administrator, Sarasota County
Mark Winn-Assistant City Attorney, City of St. Petersburg


IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND:

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AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT SHORT-COURSE
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REVIEW OF AGENCY RULEMAKING: compre-
hensive overview of proposed and
recently adopted regulations relating to solid
wastes, hazardous wastes and materials and
storage tanks; covers ash disposal, degrada-
ble materials, composting, used oil manage-
ment, storage tanks, biohazardous wastes,
sludge management, groundwater clean-up,
petroleum liability insurance, financial re-
sponsibility, full cost accounting and other
rulemaking topics, many of which are covered
more specifically in other break-out courses.
Instructors: Larry Sellers, Red McCormack,
Rick Wilkins
LANDFILL SITING AND PERMITTING: regulatory
criteria for new facilities; facility siting;
leachate treatment; monitoring; synthetic and
natural materials; other design criteria; trash
fills; application of groundwater standards;
subtitle D and other federal requirements.
Instructors: David Dee, Harvey Bush, Robert
Schneider, Clabe Polk
LANDFILL COVER AND CLOSURE: regulatory
criteria for sanitary landfill cover and
closure; monitoring; clean-up and mitigation;
cover materials; design considerations; cur-
rent agency practices; compliance strategies;
liability.
Instructors: Dennis Stotts, Bob Hauser, Sam
Levin, Clabe Polk
INDUSTRIAL SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL: covers
permitting; state and federal regulations;
on-site exemptions; update on technology
developments; risk assessments; environmen-
tal audits; strategies for compliance and
avoiding liability; relationship to groundwater
discharge and other permitting.
Instructors: Tom Patka, John Garlanger, Mike
Oaks, David Keough
COMPOSTING OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE:
introduction to two MSW composting
technologies-one lower volume and one
higher volume; compost uses and review of
DER composting rule and DER prospective
on composting in waste reduction and land-
fill management; impact on solid waste con-
currency management; review of land use
regulations affecting siting of composting
facility.
Instructors: Howard Landers, Bram Canter,
Bill Hinkley
WASTE-TO-ENERGY FACILITIES; COGENERATION:
emerging technologies; cost and revenue
analysis; facility siting; respective roles of
state, regional and local agencies; covers ash
disposal, dioxin, gas clean-up and other re-
lated environmental issues; issues relating to
cogeneration; role of Public Service Commis-
sion in rate-setting and other related regula-
tory approvals; case studies; examples; future
trends.
Instructors: Bernie Jacobson, Rich Zambo,
Robert Schneider, Daniel Strobridge
THE BASICS OF RECYCLING: conceptual ap-
proach; establishing collection centers;
economics of recycling; market identification
and development; developing technologies,
quantitative analysis of solid waste; program
start-up; state grant program; respective roles


SHORT-COURSE


ot public and private sector; ettect ot local
laws on recycling; emerging trends; practical
considerations and examples.
Instructors: Steve Levetan, Sam Harris,
Langdon Herndon
RECYCLABLE COMMODITIES REVIEW: course
designed to provide insight into various
commodity recycling markets; covers glass,
metals, paper, plastics, used oil and other
materials; taught by government and indus-
try experts; case studies and examples; em-
phasis on market development and emerging
trends.
Instructors: Ivan Lawyer, Dave Baker, Rusty
Butler, George Elder, Steve Levetan, Luke
Schmidt, Bert Luer
RECYCLING CASE STUDIES: recycling "success
stories"; what works and what doesn't;
private and public sector approaches; national
and Florida examples; cases selected to pro-
vide insight into the practical aspects of
recycling.
Instructors: Bert Luer, Sam Harris, Sandy
Glatzay, Janie Gafford
PUBLIC RELATIONS OF RECYCLING: practical
advice on how to gain public acceptance
of recycling; state, regional and local public
relations efforts; formulating media programs;
designing advertising campaigns; public ser-
vice announcements; alternative strategies;
purchasing media coverage; public and pri-
vate sector examples.
Instructors: Lynda Long, Dick Rabon, Jerry
Schnitzius
HAZARDOUS WASTE REGULATION/RCRA: de-
scription of Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act of '84, and '86 amendments;
respective roles of the Department of Environ-
mental Regulation and Environmental Protec-
tion Agency; detailed analysis of the hazard-
ous waste regulatory program; what wastes
are regulated; determining what wastes are
hazardous; regulations for generators, trans-
porters, treatment, storage and disposal; mani-
fests; reporting, recordkeeping and permits
needed; inspections; state role; regulatory
changes; enforcement.
Instructors: Nancy Graham, Jim Colella, Doug
McCurry, Satish Kastury
SUPERFUND PROCESS AND PROGRAM: covers
DER functions including site investiga-
tion; review of remedial investigation/feasi-
bility study, siting de-listing; respective
responsibilities of DER and EPA; contractor
selection process; potential liability issues
under Superfund; legal and technical response
options; includes review of Superfund Author-
ization and Reauthorization Act (SARA).


Instructors: Mary Smallwood, Camilla Warren,
Kurt Batsel, John Ruddell
BIOHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT: re-
view of legislation; status of new regu-
lations; special requirements relating to bio-
hazardous and infectious wastes; strategies
for management and disposal; handling and
transport; review of applicable state and fed-
eral regulations; legal and financial liability;
illustrative case study.
Instructors: Ross McVoy, Vivian Garfein, Bea
Hanley, Fran Stanton
ASBESTOS: review of legal and regulatory
developments with regard to asbestos;
EPA asbestos report; potential for new legis-
lation; status of state asbestos program; pend-
ing state regulations; examples of facilities
impacted; examples and case studies.
Instructors: Bill Barwick, Bill Harris, Leon
Lobban, Edward Palagyi
COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW: review of leg-
islative changes; planning for hazardous
materials management under SARA Title III;
current status of emergency planning; poten-
tial accident scenarios; nature and extent of
government and industry responsibilities;
potential liabilities for failure to comply; ways
to minimize liabilities.
Instructors: Charles Perry, Lloyd Stebbins,
Rod Westall, Henry Hudson
CERCLA RIGHTS AND REMEDIES: potential lia-
bility of old landfills, airports, other waste
sites; liability and course of action where
water supply has become contaminated;
governmental immunity issues; limitation on
liability under 1986 SARA amendments;
liability resulting from disposal of household
refuse.
Instructors: Bill Earl, Ron Weaver, Doug
Wyckoff, Bob White
GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE CONSIDERATIONS:
groundwater quality classifications; state
and federal permit criteria and procedures;
monitoring requirements; activities subject to
regulation; application of primary and secon-
dary standards; current agency practices;
emerging trends and issues.
Instructors: Rick Lotspeich, John Garlanger,
Chuck Aller
REGULATION OF STORAGE TANKS: overview
of legislation; revisions to DER regula-
tions; regulatory and clean-up criteria; statu-
tory and administrative deadlines; activities
subject to regulation; superact implementa-
tion; emerging trends and issues.
Instructors: Ken Tucker, Tom O'Donnell, Dave
Troutman, Marshall Mott-Smith




V


DESCRIPTIONS:


TRANSACTIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS: lia-
bility arising from the sale, purchase or
other exchange of a business or undeveloped
property; emphasis on hazardous waste and
groundwater contamination; purpose, need
and basic approach; selection of consultants;
review of pertinent laws and regulations;
recent court decisions and legal precedents.
Instructors: Dick Pettigrew, Tom Missimer,
Robert Stephens, Mark McCrickard
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENTS:
emphasis on the legal liability issues
associated with regulatory compliance, in-
cluding actions/case histories leading to civil
and criminal penalties; techniques to perform
comprehensive compliance assessments, to
design an effective corrective action and to
implement a program to achieve a state of
continuous compliance; compliance from an
enforcement agency viewpoint, including state
and federal agency procedures, in conducting
facility inspections and issuing noncompliance
notices.
Instructors: Bill Preston, Terry Schomer,
Susan Klinzing

ENVIRONMENTAL LABIUTY RISK ASSESSMENTS
(ELRAs): overview of environmental laws
associated with establishing liability for clean-
up of contaminated properties, including
CERCLA, SARA innocent landowner defense,
Florida's Pollutant Spill Prevention and Con-
trol Act and future trends; phased approach
to performance of ELRAs to identify and
manage environmental risks prior to sale of
properties, including an evaluation of environ-
mental impairment liability insurance cover-
age; industry perspective on utility of ELRA
data to assist in negotiating purchase price/
agreements and deciding on whether to buy or
lease.
Instructors: Tom DeRose, James E. Gilley,
Allen Blake
POLLUTION PREVENTION THROUGH WASTE
REDUCTION: course designed to explore
regulatory requirements and technical aspects
of hazardous waste minimization; based on
USEPA "Report to Congress-Minimization
of Hazardous Waste" and manifest require-
ments to certify that the generator has a
hazardous waste minimization program in
place; also covers DER's Waste Reduction
Assistance Program (WRAP).
Instructors: Ralph DeMeo, Lloyd Stebbins,
Janeth Campbell, Betsy Shaver




GROWTH MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW: chrono-
logical review of growth management in


Florida, including 1985 landmark legislation
and subsequent amendments; respective roles
of state, regional and local government; pur-
pose and intent; status of implementation;
key milestones; review of major pending
issues.
Instructors: Larry Keesey, Jim Murley, Bill
Merrill

LOCAL COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING AND COM-
PLIANCE REVIEW: detailed review of local
planning requirements; required and optional
plan elements; timetable for implementation;
plan compliance review and certification proc-
ess; plan amendments; implementing land
development regulations; citizen standing and
appeal; key legal and administrative decisions.
Instructors: Scott Steady, Georgianne Ratliff,
Steve Logan, Bob Nave

LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS: timetable
for implementation; force and effect of
adopted regulations; consistency requirement;
challenge and appeal process; development
orders; development order appeals; relation-
ship to other applicable environmental regula-
tions.
Instructors: Nikki Clayton, Bill Merrill, Scott
Harrington, Dick Kelton

CONCURRENCY AND LEVELS OF SERVICE: legal
principle of concurrency; purpose and
intent; levels of service; establishing and main-
taining service levels; timetable for implemen-
tation; respective responsibilities of state and
local government; discussion of practical
application; examples and case studies.
Instructors: Bob Apgar, Rick Hall, Mark Winn,
Howard Glassman

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS:
review of DCA minimum criteria re-
lating to concurrency management systems;
in-depth analysis of selected representative
approaches to concurrency management;
emphasis on practical examples taken from
selected cities and counties.
Instructors: Ron Weaver, Steve Godfrey, Steve
Logan, Jake Stowers

COPING WITH CONCURRENCY: strategies
and solutions; application of concur-
rency management methodologies; calculating
available infrastructure capacity; determining
impact of proposed development; practical
examples and case studies.
Instructors: Wade Hopping, David Risinger,
Steve Godfrey, Larry Arrington

VESTED RIGHTS, TAKINGS AND MORATORIA:
vested rights under Chapter 163; DRIs
and "commenced" developments; discussion
of concurrency as it applies to takings and


moratoria; legal precedents; examples and
case studies.
Instructors: Charles Siemon, Bill Earl, Eileen
Mehta
IMPACT FEES AND DEVELOPER EXACTIONS:
scope and limitations of use; legal
basis; restrictions; application as concurrency
management tool; current agency practices;
importance relative to other sources of fund-
ing; examples and case studies.
Instructors: Carl Roth, Randy Young, Rick
Bernhardt
DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL IMPACT: de-
tailed review of statutory changes and
implementing rules and policies; procedural
requirements; explanation of review criteria
and current agency practices; role of Depart-
ment of Community Affairs, regional planning
councils and local government; thresholds;
binding letter process; new aggregation legis-
lation and rules; case studies and examples.
Instructors: Hal Kantor, Tom Beck, Julia
Greene
GROWTH MANAGEMENT AND THE ENVIRON-
MENT: environmental protection aspects
of growth management; coastal development
restrictions; water and wastewater manage-
ment; wetlands protection; upland habitat
protection; recreation and open space; control
of urban sprawl; wellfield and aquifer re-
charge protection; relationship to other fed-
eral, state and local environmental permitting
programs.
Instructors: Michael Radell, Sandra Augus-
tine, Steve Kelly, Julia Greene
GROWTH MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORTA-
TION: respective responsibilities of
state and local government; role of MPOs;
impact of concurrency on transportation
capacity and development; establishing ser-
vice levels; access management; review of
existing practices; access management rules
and legislation; examples and case studies.
Instructors: Jake Varn, Don Crane, Jake
Stowers, Pat McCue
WATER AND GROWTH: impact of water
availability on Florida's growth; re-
view of findings of Governor's Water Resour-
ces Commission; water conservation and
water resources development; wellfield pro-
tection; protection of aquifer recharge areas;
emerging trends and issues; summary of
water shortage conditions in central and south
Florida.
Instructors: Buddy Blain, John Shearer, Tom
Missimer, Pete Hubbell





1990 LEGISLATIVE REVIEW AND EARLY 1991
FORECAST: regardless of the outcome of
Florida's gubernatorial and other elections,
1991 will be a landmark year for the Legisla-
ture with regard to tax and funding issues;
detailed examination of 1990 growth man-
agement and environmental results from view-
point of what results mean for 1991; course
emphasis on growth and solid and hazardous
waste issues.
Instructors: Fred McCormack, Jim Murley,
John Shearer










REGISTRATION FORM


1990 SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT SHORT-COURSE

St. Petersburg Hilton & Towers / St. Petersburg, Florida

October 17-19, 1990


NAME:


TITLE:

ORGANIZATION:

ADDRESS:

CITY: STATE: ZIP:

BUSINESS TELEPHONE:

MEMBER OF: 0 The FL Chamber 0 FL Association of Counties 0 FL League of Cities
0 American Planning Association/Florida Chapter
MEMBERSHIP NUMBER:

Method of Payment-Check One:
O Enclosed is my check in the amount of $
O Enclosed is a Purchase Order. Please invoice me for $
O Please charge to my credit card. It is [ VISA 0 MasterCard 0 American Express.
CARD NUMBER:

SIGNATURE: EXP. DATE: /
Required for Charge Payments


Type of Registration:
O M ember ...................... $375
(FL Chamber or APA member,
membership number on the left.)
O Local Government ............ $295
O Non-Member ................. $445
O Field Trip ..................... $ 15
Make Checks Payable To:
Florida Chamber Mgt. Corp.
Note: You are not considered registered until The Florida
Chamber has received this completed registration form
from you, together with payment as indicated on the left.

Please Return This Form and
Your Payment To:
THE FLORIDA CHAMBER
MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
Post Office Box 11309
Tallahassee, Florida 32302
Any questions, call:
McRAE & COMPANY
Conference Coordinators
(904) 385-1790
Financial Code: #2-614-108
Meeting Codes: Member-#170
Non-Member--171
Gov't Rate-#174


Note: You may FAX your registration and credit card information to (904) 422-0256.


Indicate below the eight (8) courses you would most like to attend. Mark them in order of importance to you (#1
being first choice through #8 being last choice). NOTE: Be sure to indicate at least two alternate choices in the
event one of your first choices has to be replaced. If you do not indicate alternates, courses may be chosen for you!


A. Review of Agency Rulemaking
B. Landfill Siting and Permitting
C. Landfill Cover and Closure
D. Industrial Solid Waste Disposal
E. Composting of Municipal Solid Waste
F. Waste-to-Energy Facilities
G. The Basics of Recycling
H. Recyclable Commodities Review
I. Recycling Case Studies
J. Public Relations of Recycling
K. Hazardous Waste Regulation/RCRA
L. Superfund Process and Program
M. Biohazardous Waste Management
N. Asbestos
O. Community Right-to-Know
P. CERCLA Rights and Remedies
Q. Groundwater Discharge Considerations
R. Regulation of Storage Tanks


S. Transactional Environmental Audits
T. Environmental Compliance Assessments
SU. Environmental Liability Risk Assessments
SV. Pollution Prevention Through Waste Reduction
W. Growth Management Overview
X. Local Comprehensive Planning and
Compliance Review
SY. Land Development Regulations
SZ. Concurrency and Levels of Service
SAA. Concurrency Management Systems
-_ BB. Coping with Concurrency
-__ CC. Vested Rights, Takings & Moratoria
SDD. Impact Fees and Developer Exactions
-_ EE. Developments of Regional Impact
SFF. Growth Management and the Environment
-_ GG. Growth Management and Transportation
SHH. Water and Growth
I I. 1990 Legislative Review and Early 1991 Forecast


Alternates: My two alternate choices
would be and _


O YES! I plan to participate in the Fun Run/Walk.

-FOR STAFF USE ONLY-
DATE RECEIVED: / / AMT. RECEIVED: $ CK. #:


DATE P. O. BILLED: / / DATE P. O. PAID: / /


P. O. #:









LOCATION:

The St. Petersburg Hilton and Towers-located at 333
1st St., S., in downtown St. Petersburg-is the site of
this year's conference. Across from the Hilton you'll see
yachts and sailboats moored at the St. Petersburg
Marina. The refreshing view of the Gulf of Mexico will
relax and prepare you for the productive sessions
ahead. Also across from the Hilton is the Bayfront Cen-
ter, the site of this year's "Waste Management Show."
Room rates at the Hilton are $85 single/double and $95
triple/quad. You may make your reservations by call-
ing the Hilton directly at 813/894-5000. Be sure to spec-
ify that you are with The Florida Chamber's Solid &
Hazardous Waste/Growth Management Short-Course
to get the special conference rates.


TRANSPORTATION:

Rent-a-Car Reservations: Special convention rates have
been arranged with National Car Rentals. Rentals
include unlimited mileage within Florida, and rates
extend up to one week before and after the confer-
ence dates. Call 1-800/328-7949 to take advantage of
the special rates for Solid & Hazardous Waste and
Growth Management Short-Course attendees. Cars
may be picked up at the Tampa International Airport.
Please refer to Recap Number 6303260 when reserving
your car.
Note: In Florida, the maximum daily optional charge for collision
damage waiver is $12.95. Other optional insurance, refueling,
service charges and taxes are not included in the rate. There is a
$.50/day surcharge on all vehicles rented in Florida.
Other Transportation: Ground transportation is avail-
able via rental cars or aboard "THE LIMO," a shuttle
service at the Tampa International Airport directly
outside the baggage claim area. No reservations are
needed. The shuttle picks up at the airport every 15-20
minutes and services the entire Pinellas county area.
Make return reservations to the airport from the hotel
by calling "THE LIMO" directly at 813/572-1111, or ask
the hotel's concierge to make your arrangements.
TU SAi Special Airfare: USAir has been desig-
U SA ir nated as the official carrier for Solid &
Hazardous Waste and Growth Management Short-
Course attendees. Air service is provided to the Tampa
International Airport. USAir is offering an exclusive
low fare for the attendees of 5% discount off any pub-
lished USAir promotional round trip fare, excluding
First Class and Government Contract Fares. For atten-
dees unable to meet the restrictions for promotional
fares, USAir is offering a 35% discount off the standard
round trip day coach fare for travel within the conti-
nental U.S. This meeting discount is valid October
14-22. To obtain this discount, you or your travel agent
must call USAir at 1-800/334-8644, and refer to Gold
File Number 381584.





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Tallahassee, Florida 32302 PERMIT #86

















AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT SHORT-COURSE
TALLAHASSEE, FL




MR. JAKE VARN
CARLTON, FIELDS LAW OFFICES
POST OFFICE DRAWER 190
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32302






1990 SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT

AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT SHORT-COURSE
FEATURING:
COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE 0 UNIQUE COURSE FORMAT e SMALL CLASS SIZES


EXHIBITS:


The 1990 "Waste Management Show" will be held in conjunction with the Short-Course. This Trade
Show will be located at Bayfront Center, an exhibit hall directly across from the St. Petersburg
Hilton & Towers. You won't want to miss the vendors who will be exhibiting equipment, services
and supplies associated with all types of waste handling, processing, compliance or disposal.
Dedicated blocks of time will be devoted to the exhibits, and we think you'll find
this to be a valuable part of this year's program. If you'd like to receive information
on participating as an exhibitor, call EXPO NETWORK (904/385-1790) for more details.

A Partial List Of
1990 Exhibitors/Sponsors Includes:
Brown and Caldwell Jones, Edmunds and Associates, Inc.
Browning-Ferris Industries, Inc. Missimer and Associates, Inc.
Camp, Dresser and McKee Omni Environmental, Inc.
The Council for Solid Waste Solutions PACE Incorporated
Creative Printing & Publishing Ruden, Barnett, McClosky, Smith,
Fine, Jacobson, Schwartz, Nash, Schuster and Russell, P.A.
Block and England, P.A. Savannah Laboratories
Haben and Culpepper, P.A. Solid Waste Information Exchange
Hazards Environmental Services, Inc. Subsurface Detection Investigation, Inc.
International Technology Corporation Waste Management of North America, Inc.




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