Erin Hallenberg, PE, QEP has 35 years of professional engineering experience and a wide range of environmental engineering expertise with a specialization in air quality. Erin has managed hazardous waste, hydrogeology and remediation, energy, safety, and air quality groups for more than 17 years. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in Utah and Oregon and a certified Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP). He has conducted environmental projects throughout the United States. Currently he is serving as the Chairman of the Air & Waste Management Association’s (A&WMA) Great Basin Chapter. He has served as Program Chair and Vice-Chair of the Great Basin and New Mexico Chapter, Erin is well connected throughout the Inter-mountain West. He is certified as a Chemical-terrorism Vulnerability (CVI) Assessor and DOT Environmental Control Supervisor and is OSHA-HazWoper-trained.
Evaporation Ponds are used throughout the nation for various purposes. The Oil & Gas industry uses this methodology to separate out hydrocarbons and dispose of the large amounts of process water from operations. With the purpose of evaporation in mine, even small operations are finding out they can be classified as Major Source. Several other types of permits and plans may also apply to "evap ponds".Speaker: Erin Hallenberg | View Anytime | Price: $149.00 | View Details