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    March 8-9, 2018 | Hilton Lexington Downtown

    EnvironmentalConference

    16TH ANNUAL KENTUCKY

    Gold Sponsors Silver Sponsors

    Dont Miss!Keynote: The Future of the

    Environmental Protection AgencyTrey Glenn, Regional Administrator, Region 4, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

  • Rave reviews for pastconferences ...

    Well prepared speakers, interesting,up to date and good Q&A. Rhonda Morphew, Kentucky Association

    of Electric Cooperatives

    Presenters were able to use a lot ofreal life experiences which helpedprovide class with examples of non compliance. Jennifer Phelps, Marathon Petroleum

    Company LP

    Excellent presentation. Very usefulinformation that I did not know. Jamie Parrish, Special Metals

    Corporation

    Former Sec. Wilcher is an excellentspeaker. Articulate, balanced,respectful, and uses great visuals. Cheryl Taylor, Campari America - Wild

    Turkey Distillery

    Knowledgeable presenters providedcurrent, relevant information. Kimberly Bauman, Mississippi Lime

    Excellent presentation and history,plus insight on the direction of theEPA based on Trumps leadership. Scott Kocher, Wild Turkey

    Another great conference! Rebecca Akers, Dow Corning

    Corporation

    Why attend ...Where can you find the latest information on Kentucky and federalenvironmental policies and regulations, as well as information on newenvironmental compliance mandates? The Kentucky Chamber ofCommerce will provide this and more at our 16th Annual KentuckyEnvironmental Conference.

    You will leave this conference with a detailed, up-to-the-minute review ofmajor environmental regulatory issues that affect your facility. Registertoday, and we guarantee you will return to work with insights that willhelp you do your job better and help your company improve itscompliance practices and bottom line.

    This conference is ideal for new or experiencedenvironmental management professionals, including ...

    Environmental directorsEnvironmental managers and staffEngineersFacility compliance professionalsAttorneysConsultants

    Continuing EducationCEU and CPEThis program may be eligible for CEU and CPE credits. Contact yourprofessional board to find out whats required.CLECredits pending approval.

    Kentucky Chamber MembershipIts not too late to take advantage of the Kentucky Chamber memberdiscount. To learn more about membership, call 502-695-4700 and askfor a membership representative.

    Money Back GuaranteeIf you are not 100% satisfied with your seminar experience, we willrefund your money.

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    March 8-9, 2018 | Hilton Lexington Downtown

    EnvironmentalConference

    16TH ANNUAL KENTUCKY

    Register kychamber.com/events/env-conf 502-848-8727 lgoff@kychamber.com 502-695-5051

  • 8 a.m. | Registration and continental breakfastwith sponsors

    8:30 a.m. | Welcome and Legislative Update Kate Shanks, Director, Public Affairs, KentuckyChamber of Commerce

    8:45 a.m. | Keynote: The Future of theEnvironmental Protection AgencyTrey Glenn, Regional Administrator, Region 4, U.S.Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

    10 a.m. | Concurrent Session OneWorkshop A: Storm Water Challenges Mark P. Saliga, P.E., Principal, ShieldEnvironmental Associates, Inc.

    Workshop B: Who is Responsible forCompliance? Everyone. Obtaining Buy in fromNon-Environmental StaffRobin Thomerson, Attorney, Dinsmore & Shohl LLPand Robert Webb, Environmental ComplianceSupervisor, East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Inc.

    Workshop C: The Impact of Miller v. Brown-Forman Max Bridges, Associate and Carl Horneman,Partner, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs LLP

    11:15 a.m. | Concurrent Session TwoWorkshop D: Dont Forget OSHA Standards:Beyond EPAs Hazardous ChemicalsRequirements Dan Flynn, Partner and Anna Claire Skinner,Associate, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

    Workshop E: The State of Federal RegulatoryReform on Air Permitting Issues Kelly Bartley, Attorney, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP

    Workshop F: Clean Water Act JurisdictionUpdateClay Larkin, Partner, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP

    12:15 p.m. | Lunch with sponsors

    1:15 p.m. | Concurrent Session ThreeWorkshop G: Enforcement Process andTrendsCarolyn Brown, Partner, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP;Jeff Cummins, Director, Division of Enforcement,Kentucky Department for EnvironmentalProtection; and Michael Kroeger, AssistantDirector, Division of Enforcement, KentuckyDepartment for Environmental Protection

    Workshop H: Expanded RefrigerantRequirements Margie Roulier, Project Manager, AECOM

    Workshop I: Opportunity Lies Within KentuckysState and Local Tax Benefits for PollutionControl Facilities and Equipment Daniel Mudd, Attorney, Frost Brown Todd LLC; Lindsey Ransdell, Senior Project Manager, KentuckyCabinet for Economic Development; and PhilipSchworer, Attorney, Frost Brown Todd LLC

    2:30 p.m. | Concurrent Session Four Workshop J: Hazardous Waste ContingencyPlans and Oil Spill Prevention PlansArentThey the Same and What Do They Require?Greg Hemker, President, EHS Technology Group, LLC

    Workshop K: Air Quality Electronic ReportingUpdateJarrod Bell, Environmental Control Manager,Kentucky Division for Air Quality; RobinThomerson, Attorney, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP; andChris Wathen, Vice President, Kenvirons, Inc.

    Workshop L: Environmental Law Update Jennifer Cave, Member, Stites & Harbison PLLCand Jackie Quarles, Deputy General Counsel,Energy and Environment Cabinet

    3:45 p.m. | Latest Clean Air Act NewsSean Alteri, Director, Kentucky Division for AirQuality and Carolyn Brown, Partner, Dinsmore &Shohl LLP

    5 p.m. | Day one adjourns

    Agenda

    8 a.m. | Registration and continental breakfast with sponsors

    8:30 a.m. | Welcome and Overview

    8:45 a.m. | Hazardous Waste Generators Ensuring Compliance with the Update RuleChrista Russell, Senior Engineer and MarenSeibold, Managing Consultant, Trinity Consultants

    10 a.m. | Concurrent Session FiveWorkshop M: Environmental ManagementSystems ISO 14001:2015 Standard: What HasChanged and Common Issues Transitioning tothe New StandardClayton Whitney, President, Smith ManagementGroup

    Workshop N: Understanding the ScienceBehind Climate Change: Whats Behind OzsCurtain? Roy Funkhouser, Principal, Linebach Funkhouser, Inc.

    Workshop O: Louisville Metro Air PollutionControl District Update Kelly Bartley, Attorney, Bingham Greenebaum DollLLP and James McDonald, Principal ProjectManager - Environmental Air Services, AECOM

    11:15 a.m. | Concurrent Session Six Workshop P: Chemical Inventory Reporting Centralizing Calculations for EnhancedCompliance Assurance Jarod Gregory, Consultant, Trinity Consultants

    Workshop Q: Caveat Emptor? Strategiesto Avoid Environmental Enforcement in a

    New EPAJennifer Cave, Member, Stites & Harbison PLLCand Aaron Keatley, Commissioner, KentuckyDepartment for Environmental Protection

    Workshop R: A Work in Progress: Building aSuccessful EHS Career from the Ground Up Ricardo Federico, Business Lead, EnSafe, Inc.

    12:15 p.m. | Lunch with sponsors

    1 p.m. | Concurrent Session Seven Workshop S: RCRA: Surviving the HazardousWaste InspectionAdam Cook, Senior Environmental Consultant,Shield Environmental Associates, Inc.

    Workshop T: Secondary PM Formation Howto Apply MERPSBen Cordes, Supervisor, Air Dispersion ModelingSection, Kentucky Division for Air Quality; Brian

    Otten, Consultant, Trinity Consultants; and GeorgeSchewe, Principal Meteorologist, TrinityConsultants

    Workshop U: Ushering in the Brownfields Era:A Crash Course in Kentucky RedevelopmentTopicsRicardo Federico, Business Lead, EnSafe, Inc. and Jim Kirby, Environmental Scientist, KentuckyDepartment of Environmental Protection

    2:25 p.m. | Meet with the Regulators From the Kentucky Department for EnvironmentalProtection:

    Aaron Keatley, Commissioner; Sean Alteri,Director, Division for Air Quality; PeterGoodmann, Director, Division of Water; and JonMaybriar, Director, Division of WasteManagement

    Moderator: Carolyn Brown, Partner, Dinsmore &Shohl LLP

    3:30 p.m. | 16th Annual KentuckyEnvironmental Conference adjourns

    Thursday MARCH 8

    Friday MARCH 9

    Session descriptions available atkychamber.com/events/env-conf

  • Attendee Information (Copy for additional registrants)To process your order, the entire registration form must be complete.

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    Registration Fees $595/Kentucky Chamber members

    $695/Non-member

    RegisterLocation and Lodging March 8-9, 2018 (81129)Hilton Lexington Downtown, 369 West Vine Street, Lexington, KY 40507

    Phone: 877-593-1648 or 859-231-9000

    Room Rate: $159* | Hotel Room Cutoff Date: February 12, 2018

    When contacting hotel for lodging, please specify that you are withthe Kentucky Chamber of Commerces 16th Annual KentuckyEnvironmental Conference to receive the discounted rate.

    *The advertised Kentucky Chamber room rate cannot be guaranteed afterthe cutoff date.

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    Breakout sessions (Choose one from each session)

    Concurrent Session One 10 a.m., Thursday, March 8 A: Storm Water Challenges B: Who is Responsible for Compliance? Everyone. Obtaining Buy in

    from Non-Environmental Staff C: The Impact of Miller v. Brown-Forman

    Concurrent Session Two 11:15 a.m., Thursday, March 8 D: Dont Forget OSHA Standards: Beyond EPAs Hazardous

    Chemicals Requirements E: The State of Federal Regulatory Reform on Air Permitting Issues F: Clean Water Act Jurisdiction Update

    Concurrent Session Three 1:15 p.m., Thursday, March 8 G: Enforcement Process and Trends H: Expanded Refrigerant Requirements I: Opportunity Lies Within Kentuckys State and Local Tax Benefits

    for Pollution Control Facilities and Equipment

    Concurrent Session Four 2:30 p.m., Thursday, March 8 J: Hazardous Waste Contingency Plans and Oil Spill Prevention

    PlansArent They the Same and What Do They Require? K: Air Quality Electronic Reporting Update L: Environmental Law Update

    Concurrent Session Five 10 a.m., Friday, March 9 M: Environmental Management Systems ISO 14001:2015 Standard:

    What Has Changed and Common Issues Transitioning to the NewStandard

    N: Understanding the Science Behind Climate Change: WhatsBehind Ozs Curtain?

    O: Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District Update

    Concurrent Session Six 11:15 a.m., Friday, March 9 P: Chemical Inventory Reporting Centralizing Calculations for

    Enhanced Compliance Assurance Q: Caveat Emptor? Strategies to Avoid Environmental Enforcement

    in a New EPA R: A Work in Progress: Building a Successful EHS Career from the

    Ground Up

    Concurrent Session Seven 1 p.m., Friday, March 9 S: RCRA: Surviving the Hazardous Waste Inspection T: Secondary PM Formation How to Apply MERPS U: Ushering in the Brownfields Era: A Crash Course in Kentucky

    Redevelopment Topics

    Register kychamber.com/events/env-conf 502-848-8727 lgoff@kychamber.com 502-695-5051

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