Come and learn about other funding sources for Site Cleanup:

Come and learn about other funding sources for Site Cleanup:


Site Cleanup  Subaccount


The Site Cleanup Subaccount Program (SCAP) is a funding program established by Senate Bill (SB) 445 (Hill, 2014), allowing the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) to issue grants for projects that remediate the harm or threat of harm to human health, safety, or the environment caused by existing or threatened surface water or groundwater contamination.

 
 

BIO: KATHRYN DOMINIC

 Ms. Dominic is the Site Cleanup Subaccount Program manager
for the State Water Resources Control Board Division of Financial Assistance;
she has managed the program since its startup in 2015.  She has a wealth of technical and program
management experience in investigation and cleanup of contaminated sites across
the United States.  She began her career
as a hydrogeologist, conducting Remedial Investigations at large industrial,
Department of Energy, and Department of Defense sites.  More recently, her work involved managing
multi-disciplinary teams of scientists and engineers performing remediation of
brownfield sites, surface mines, and large portfolios of active petroleum underground
storage tank sites.  Her diverse work
experiencealso includes managing site cleanups as a
Regional Water Quality Control Board regulator. 
Ms. Dominic’s goals for the Site Cleanup Subaccount Program are to
achieve regulatory case closure for as many sites as possible, using
high-quality data to drive decision making; to remediate and protect
groundwater; and to restore value to impacted properties.

Date:  March 21, 2017

Time: 11:30 - 1:00pm

Details: Firehouse Restaurant 

1112 2nd St, Sacramento, CA 95814

Check in and Networking 11:30am-12:00 noon

Luncheon: 

Menu Selection: 

GRILLED STEAK SANDWICH

BRIOCHE ROLL, SLICED RIB STEAK, PROVOLONE CHEESE, FRIED TOMATO

FRESH BASIL, ROASTED GARLIC

 

ROMAINE AND WARM CROUTONS WITH CHICKEN

BUTTERMILK, PARMESAN CHEESE, LOCAL CITRUS SUPREMES

 

SPRING PEA AND GARLIC RISOTTO

LOCAL SPRING PEAS, GREEN GARLIC, TOASTED ALMONDS, RICOTTA CHEESE

Register by:  March 17,2017

Cost to Attend:

Advance Registration Discount: (Must sumbit online payment by COB Friday, March 17, 2017)

Members: $25 + $0.90 cc fee (Corporate or Individual Membership paid in the last 12 months)

Non Members: $35 + $1.10 cc fee

Walk-ins: $40.00

 


Fee:
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Who we are

 

 

The Professional Environmental Marketing Association (PEMA) is an organization comprised of local and regional chapters whose membership is involved in business development, sales, marketing, and other related professional activities in the environmental field. The Sacramento California Chapter of PEMA operates in the greater Sacramento metropolitan area which includes Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer, Yolo, and San Joaquin counties.

Sacramento PEMA was founded as a marketing and networking organization in 1995 as an affiliate of the Northern California Chapter of PEMA. Networking encourages formation of business relationships, development of business and teaming opportunities, and exchange of ideas. Sacramento PEMA recently broadened its scope to provide technical and regulatory information of interest to its members.