Kentucky Chamber of Commerce's 11th Annual Kentucky Environmental Permitting and Reporting Conference
The firm is sponsoring the KY Chamber of Commerce’s 11th Annual Kentucky Environmental Permitting and Reporting Conference on September 29-30 at the Hyatt Regency Lexington in Lexington KY. Speaking at the conference are three members of Greenebaum’s Regulatory and Administrative Practice Group. Carolyn Brown, Chair of the Regulatory and Administrative Practice Group, will also be delivering the “Welcome and Opening Remarks” for the conference. The topics and times for Greenebaum speakers are as follows:
- September 29, 1:00 p.m. – Reporting Obligations Under Permits by Kelly D. Bartley
- September 29, 4:30 p.m. – Update on MACT Implementation by Carolyn Brown
- September 30, 9:45 a.m. – Climate Change - Do I need to Worry Yet? - Carolyn Brown
- September 30, 10:15 a.m. - Permit Litigation Update - Clay Larkin
The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s environmental conference is the most complete and comprehensive permitting and reporting course offered in Kentucky. This course will provide you with the information you need to understand environmental permitting programs, while giving you the most current information on reporting issues facing the regulated community. This is the one conference environmental professionals cannot afford to miss.
who should attend?
Plant personnel responsible for air and water permitting
Managers who review permit applications and work with corporate staff and production to plan for and implement changes in operations
Facility personnel who must review new permits and evaluate whether to accept permit conditions or challenge them
Persons responsible for compliance with environmental requirements
Facility personnel who develop plans, or work with consultants to develop plans, to address contamination onsite
Persons responsible for dealing with waste management issues at the facility
about the sponsors
Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC is a respected business and commercial law firm with offices in Louisville, Lexington, Covington and Frankfort, Kentucky as well as Ohio and Tennessee. The attorneys on our Environmental and Natural Resources Team concentrate their practice on environmental and natural resource regulatory and permitting issues and on litigation involving those types of issues. For more information, please call any of the Greenebaum speakers identified in this brochure at 859-231-8500 or visit www.greenebaum.com.
Linebach Funkhouser, Inc. (LFI) specializes in industrial compliance/permitting and assessment/remediation of sites undergoing redevelopment, acquisition and divestiture. LFI's founders and senior personnel are recognized experts who were former principals with a large multi-national engineering and environmental firm, where they were involved in complex environmental projects ranging from evaluating risk-based cleanup levels at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, to assessing effects from a landfill beneath an active runway at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago. LFI now provides this senior level expertise and oversight to clients on every project, regardless of the size. Personnel with LFI have completed projects in more than 25 states, Canada, and Puerto Rico, and are currently implementing projects in six different USEPA Regions. For more information about Linebach Funkhouser, Inc. visit them at www.lfienvironmental.com.
If you are not 100 percent satisfied with your seminar experience, we will refund your money.
It’s not too late to take advantage of the Kentucky Chamber member discount. To learn more about membership, call 502-695-4700 and ask for a membership representative.
how to register
Hyatt Regency Lexington
401 West High Street
Lexington, KY 40507