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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Environmental Regulation Course Materials (JDV Box 89)
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ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION COURbS


April 2-4, 1990


Walt Disney World Swan
Lake Buena Vista, Florida


Chairman

ROGER D. SCHWENKE
Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel,
Smith & Cutler, P.A.
Tampa, Florida

Program


Monday, April 2, 1990


9:00 9:15 OPENING REMARKS


9:15 9:30 COURSE OVERVIEW


9:30 10:30 PROCESS OF FEDERAL
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION


10:30 10:45


EXECUTIVE ENTERPRISES, INC.
New York, New York

ROGER D. SCHWENKE
Chairman


ROGER D. SCHWENKE
Chairman


Coffee Break


10:45 12:00 NEPA AND SECONDARY STATUTES


12:00 1:00 LUNCHEON

1:00 3:30 CLEAN AIR ACT


3:30 3:45 Coffee Break


3:45 5:00 TSCA


DAVID S. DEE
Carlton, Fields, Ward,
Emmanuel, Smith &
Cutler, P.A.
Tallahassee, Florida


ROGER D. SCHWENKE
Chairman


RICHARD deC. HINDS
Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen
& Hamilton
Washington, D.C.


5:00 6:00 RECEPTION



Tuesday, April 3, 1990


CLEAN WATER


JACOB D. VARN
Carlton, Fields, Ward,
Emmanuel, Smith &
Cutler, P.A.
Tallahassee, Florida


11:00 11:15 Coffee Break


9:00 11:00





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11:15 12:30 RCRA


MARTI H. HALL
Carlton, Fields, Ward,
Emmanuel, Smith &
Cutler, P.A.
Tallahassee, Florida


12:30 1:30 LUNCHEON

1:30 2:30 RCRA (Continued)


2:30 3:15 UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS


ROGER D. SCHWENKE
Chairman

CONSULTING FIRM


3:15 3:30 Coffee Break


3:30 4:15 SPILLS


PAUL GRUBER
Principle
ERM-South Inc.
Tampa, Florida

JOHN ALONZO
CH2 M-Hill
Tampa, Florida


4:15 5:00 COMPLIANCE AUDITING


PAUL GRUBER


Wednesday, April 4, 1990


8:30 9:00


FILM


9:00 10:00 RIGHT-TO-KNOW


10:00 10:15 Coffee Break


10:15 12:30


CERCLA/SUPERFUND


GEORGE BARFORD
Carlton, Fields, Ward,
Emmanuel, Smith
& Cutler, P.A.
Tampa, Florida



LAURAL E. LOCKETT
Carlton, Fields, Ward,
Emmanuel, Smith
& Cutler, P.A.
Tampa, Florida


12:30 1:45


Lunch Break


1:45 2:30 INSPECTIONS


2:30 3:30


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JOHN ALANZO

DAVID S. DEE


SANDY WEINBERG
Carlton, Fields, Ward,
Emmanual, Smith
& Cutler, P.A.
Tampa, Florida


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EEUIEETRISE.N p


LD E0626 Coninung Professional
Education Credit
available. See
page 4for
details.


Environmental

Regulation

Course

A Basic Comprehensive Course
On Environmental Regulation


* The National Environmental Policy Act
* The Clean Air Act
* The Clean Water Act
* The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
* Superfund
* The Toxic Substances Control Act
* Permitting and Enforcement
Right-Tonow Rules -- -


April 2-4, 1990
Walt Disney World Swan
Orlando, Florida
March 12-14, 1990 May 14-16, 1990
Lafayette Hotel Sheraton Hartford Hotel
Boston, Massachusetts Hartford, Connecticut






A Basic Comprehensive Course On Environmental Regulation

The National Environmental Policy Act The Clean Air Act The Clean Water Act
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act The Toxic Substances Control Act
Superfund Permitting and Enforcement Right-to-Know Rules

April 2-4, 1990 Walt Disney World Swan Orlando, Florida

CHAIRMAN ROGER D. SCHWENKE Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel,
Smith & Cutler, P.A. Tampa, Florida

FACULTY
The faculty will consist of members of the firm of Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel,
Smith &Cutler, P.A., including:
George Barford David S. Dee Marti H. Hall Laurel E. Lockett Jacob D. Varn
Carlton, Fields is a 140-attorney Florida law firm with offices in Orlando, Pensacola, Tallahassee and
Tampa, Florida. The firm's environmental lawyers provide compliance, enforcement and litigation
counseling in all areas of environmental law, including matters involving solid and hazardous waste, air
and water quality, Superfund, land use, worker protection and community right-to-know. They conduct
prepurchase and regulatory environmental audits, negotiate permits and compliance plans, and coordinate
and negotiate contamination assessment and remedial action plans with local, state and federal
environmental agencies. The firm's environmental litigation practice includes Superfund litigation,
environmental enforcement defense litigation, and toxic tort and environmental insurance coverage
litigation. The firm's environmental lawyers practice before numerous local, state and federal courts and
agencies, and are also involved in the formulation of environmental legislation.
and
RICHARD deC. HINDS Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton Washington, D.C.


As environmental regulation moves
into a new phase, the issues facing
the regulated community are
changing. No longer is it enough to
understand the requirements of a
single statute or an isolated permit
program. Informed decision-making
requires an understanding of how
major regulatory programs relate to
each other, of federal enforcement
strategies, and of the prospects for
policy change.
Executive Enterprises'
Environmental Regulation Course is
designed to deal with these new
realities. The curriculum continues
to offer the overview of
environmental regulation that has
led recent attendees to report:

"I was catapulted into the job of
Environmental Manager without any
training or experience. This course
made everything fall into place for
me. Now I see where all the
regulations stem from, how the
states relate, etc."


"Because of the amount of material
covered in a short time, detailed outline
organization of the course notebook was
extremely helpful."

"Well thought out and presented -
the course notebook is invaluable for
future reference."

"Very helpful course speakers
were very good at presenting complex
issues and information effectively."

New leadership at EPA brings an
increased emphasis on the enforcement of
Federal programs, on practical strategies
for dealing with those programs, and on the
outlook for further changes that will
require revision of operating practices and
compliance activities. The Environmental
Regulation Course meets these needs.
This continually revised and updated
basic survey course will explore:
* the content, scope, and intent of
all major environmental regulations
and amendments;


* the interrelationships among
the various laws, regulations
and agencies;
* EPA permitting and
enforcement approaches;
* the policies, programs, and
procedures being used by
companies to comply with
environmental regulations;
* practical problems in
complying; and
* developing an Environmental
Audit Program to monitor
compliance.

All policy and regulatory
developments up to the date
of the course will be covered
by the faculty.
Register now by calling
our toll-free number
1-800-831-8333 or FAX
your completed registration
card to 212-645-8689.


March 12-14, 1990 Lafayette Hotel Boston, Massachusetts

May 14-16, 1990 Sheraton Hartford Hotel Hartford, Connecticut
The Boston and Hartford sessions willfeature the firm of Robinson & Cole.
Detailed faculty to be announced at a later date.






ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION COURSE


,Topics To Be Covered


The Process of Federal Environmental Regulation
EPA Organization
"Informal Rulemaking" Under the Administrative
Procedure Act
Unique Aspects of EPA Rulemakings
EPA Implementation of New Regulations
Participation Strategies

The National Environmental Policy Act
Basic Provisions and Requirements
Roles of the Council on Environmental Quality and
EPA
When an Environmental Impact Statement is Required
Environmental Impact Statement Procedures
Impacts on Industrial Development

The Clean Air Act
Basic Provisions and Compliance Requirements
State Implementation Plans
Non-attainment Areas
Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality
New Source of Performance Standards
Regulation of Hazardous Air Pollutants
Proposed Amendments to the Clean Air Act
Practical Problems in Complying with the Clean
Air Act

The Clean Water Act
Basic Provisions and Scope of the Act
The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
(NPDES)
The Obligations of Direct Dischargers
New Permit Application Requirements
Pretreatment Requirements
Water Quality Standards
Control of "Toxic Pollutants"
Oil Spills and Discharge of Hazardous Substances
Regulation of Surface Runoff
The Dredge and Fill Program
Proposed Amendments to the Clean Water Act
Practical Problems in Complying with the
Clean Water Act

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ("RCRA")
Basic Provisions of the Statute
Status of Rulemakings
Regulation of Hazardous Waste Generators,
Transporters and Treatment, Storage, and Disposal
Facilities
Permit Requirements
State and Federal Roles
Obligations to Control Open Dumpings and
Landfilling


Imminent Hazards and Other Closed Disposal Site Issues
Resource Recovery and Reuse
1984 RCRA Amendments
Practical Problems in Complying with RCRA

Superfund/CERCLA
Basic Provisions of the Statute
The National Contingency Plan
Reporting Releases of Hazardous Substances
Obligations of Owners of Closed Waste
Management Sites
Liability Provisions
Provisions of the 1986 Reauthorization
Relationship of Common Law Liabilities

The Toxic Substances Control Act ("TSCA")
Basic Provisions and Scope of the Act
Status of Implementation
PCB Regulation
Premanufacturing Notification Requirements
Recordkeeping and Reporting
Protection of Confidential Business Information
Impact on Business Decision-Making
Practical Problems in Complying with TSCA

Right-To-Know Rules
OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard
EPCRA Reporting and Planning Requirements
Trade Secret Provisions
Approaches to Compliance

Other Significant Regulatory Programs
The Safe Drinking Water Act
The Coastal Zone Management Act
The Occupational Safety and Health Act
("OSHA")
The Consumer Product Safety Act
State Laws

Enforcement
SInspections
Procedural Rights in Enforcement Actions
Civil Penalty Policy
Criminal Penalties
Blacklisting Federal Contracts
Maintaining Confidentiality

Management Strategies for Environmental
Compliance
Dealing with Your Government
Environmental Auditing

Special Feature
At the conclusion of the first day, there will be a cocktail
reception for speakers and registrants--a chance for informal
discussion.


DAY ONE 9:00 5:00 DAY TWO 9:00 5:00 DAY THREE 8:30 4:00


I







Exclusive Seminar Documentation for Sale
If you are unable to attend the seminar, the meeting materials will be available for purchase after the meeting date. Kindly indicate
on the registration card your request to purchase the seminar notebook or call 1-800-332-1105 and ask for Seminar Notebook Sales.
The purchase price for the Environmental Regulation Notebook is $150.00

Free To All Seminar Attendees
Each attendee will receive a trial subscription to our publication, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER: Environmental Solutions
That Make Good Business Sense.

Continuing Professional Education
We are pleased to offer a Continuing Professional Education Application Service to all seminar attendees. Since credits vary from
state to state, please notify the registrar of your requirements when registering by telephone, or complete the request form on the
registration card if registering by mail.


In-House Presentation
This course is now available for your company on site. If you would like further information, please contact Joanne DeSantis,
Program Director at (212) 645-7880.


FAST, EASwY RIEGISTRAIO


TO REGISTER:
W CALL Toll-Free
1-800-831-8333
S(outside the U.S. 212-645-7880)

MAIL the enclosed registration
card to Executive Enterprises, Inc.
22 West 21st Street
New York, NY 10010-6904

FAX your registration
card to 212-645-8689

When registering by telephone, please be ready to give the following infor-
mation:
1. Session #03TOXB2/E0626 Boston, MA March 12-14, 1990
Session #04TOXD9/E0626 Orlando, FL April 2-4, 1990
Session #05TOXF1/E0626 Hartford, CT May 14-16, 1990
2. The code above your name on the mailing label.

FEES-
$950 tuition fee per person plus $95 registration fee per organization per
seminar, payable in advance. Fees include the cost of the luncheon on the first
and second days, cocktail reception, morning danish, coffee and soft drinks,
and the program notebook. Please make checks payable to Executive Enter-
prises, Inc. Be sure to include a completed registration form with your
payment to assure proper processing.

TEAM REGISTRATION SAVINGS-
After the firstregistration for this seminar, all additionalregistrations from the
same organization are subject only to the tuition fee saving you $95 per
registrant.

PAYMENT POLICY-
The full tuition and registration fees are payable in advance. Late registrants
may pay by check or MasterCard/VISA at the meeting. Registrants who do
not attend and do not notify us more than 14 days before the meeting are liable
for the entire fees.

CANCELLATION POLICY-
If notice is received in writing or by telephone more than 14 days before the
meeting, the tuition fee will be applied to a future meeting or refunded in its
entirety. No cancellations will be permitted after that time; substitutions may
be made at any time. The $95 registration fee is non-refundable.


EDUCATIONAL COURSE CREDIT-
All seminar attendees may request a Certificate of Completion for each
course attended. If you wish Executive Enterprises, Inc. to file a CPE
application with your state board, complete and return the CPE request
with your registration at least thirty days before the meeting begins. Please
file early; we regret that we cannot honor requests for filings received more
than 30 days after the meeting date. Late registrants may file a request at
the meeting. Please allow 6-8 weeks for processing your request. If filing
fees for accreditation review are required, they are to be borne by the
individuals) requesting the credit. If this is the case, Executive Enter-
prises, Inc. will notify you of the amount of the filing fee.

WHEN AND WHERE-

March 12-14, 1990 Lafayette Hotel
1 Ave. de Lafayette Boston, MA 02111
(617) 451-2600

April 2-4, 1990 Walt Disney World Swan
1200 EPCOT Resort Blvd. Orlando, FL 32830
(407) 934-3000

May 14-16, 1990 Sheraton Hartford Hotel
Trumbull St. @ Civic Ctr. Plaza Hartford, CT 06103
(203) 728-5151

You are advised to make your room reservations early. The hotel may be
unable to accommodate you if you do not make your reservations at least
30 days before the meeting begins. Please mention thename of the meeting
you are attending to get preferred rates.

AIR TRAVEL DISCOUNTS-
Arrangements have been made with American Airlines to provide regis-
trants with professional travel services via one phone call. Either you or
yourpreferred travel agent may phone American's toll free number 1-800-
433-1790 for reservations. Call daily between 7 a.m. and midnight CST.
Special discounts of up to 40% on airfares are available. When calling,
please give Executive Enterprises' identifying Star File number 83270, the
name of the seminar, the city destination, and the dates you wish to fly.
Travel documents will be mailed to you. Car rental arrangements can also
be made through American.


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