Friday, September 22 Stony Brook University’s Career Center invites alumni employers and job seekers to the Engineering Job and Internship Fair this Friday. Held each semester, this event is for students and alumni seeking a full-time job, internship, co-op, or part-time experience in the field of engineering. Members of our Islandia, New York office will attend the fair to meet and network with engineering students and alumni. Click here to see more information.
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Wednesday, September 27 – Thursday, September 28 ICSC’s conference/deal making events are a great opportunity for owners, developers, retailers, brokers, and more, to exhibit, make deals, and form successful business partnerships. Members of our Oak Brook, Illinois office will exhibit at Chicago Deal Making Wednesday and Thursday at Booth #506!
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Thursday, September 21 As part of NYC Climate Week, a Panel Discussion on “Creating an Alliance to Achieve 80×50” will be held this Thursday—referring to reducing 80% of carbon emissions City-wide by the year 2050. The panel discussion will be focused on how New York City’s businesses, institutions, NGOs, and individuals can collaborate to assist the City in achieving its objective, including what progress is currently being made toward creating a multi-sector alliance to achieve the 80×50 goal.
The discussion will be hosted by the Fordham Social Innovation Collaboratory and co-sponsored by the NYC Climate Action Alliance, the New York League of Conservation Voters, the New York City Bar Association and the Building Energy Exchange. For registration and more information, click here.
Monday, September 25 – Wednesday, September 27 The California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) is hosting their 13th Annual Conference, calling together members of the stormwater community from all disciplines. CASQA is the largest professional association dedicated to stormwater quality issues, assisting in developing and implementing effective stormwater management programs for over a quarter century. The conference will feature training workshops, technical sessions, and poster presentations on wide-ranging stormwater and water management topics with a focus around the conference theme: CASQA in the Capital: Building Bridges for Water.
On Wednesday, September 27th, as part of the conference’s “Industrial: Demonstrating Compliance Through the ERA Process” Session, Roux’s David Dixon, P.G., Principal Geologist, will be presenting on Demonstrating Natural Background in Stormwater. This presentation will explain how to help determine if Natural Background concentrations may be a contributor to, or causing Numeric Action Levels (NALs) exceedances in stormwater at a site.
Click here to view or download the Conference Program, and click here for more information.
Monday, September 25 – Friday, September 29 Roux will be presenting at the 14th International Phytotechnologies Conference (IPC), taking place in Montréal, Canada. Since 2004, the International Phytotechnology Society’s (IPS) annual conferences have been an opportunity for research scientists, engineers, industrials, and practitioners from all over the world to present recent advances in the field of phytotechnologies, i.e. strategic uses of plants and related microorganisms to address environmental issues.
On Tuesday, September 26th, Roux’s Kelly Coulon, Senior Engineer, will be presenting on Natural Colonization in Phytoremediation and Habitat Restoration Projects as part of the Conference’s “Large Scale Phytotechnologies Field Projects” Session. This presentation reviews the role of natural colonization on several completed phytoremediation/habitat restoration projects in the New York City area, and discusses the steps taken to encourage the colonization of desirable (non-invasive) species.
The following day, Amanda Ludlow, Principal Scientist at Roux, will present on Maximizing the “Green” in Green and Sustainable Remediation (GSR) during the “Phytotechnologies: Role and Challenges” Session. Her presentation will highlight the Best Management Practices (BMPs) recognized in GSR which support the use of vegetation, and walk through a step-by-step quantitative comparison of two remediation alternatives: (1) risk-based phytoremediation cleanup versus (2) excavation and disposal.
To register for this event click here, and click here for the full conference agenda.
Wednesday, September 13 Join non-profit organization Pure Earth for a free advance video screening of a mini documentary. The film will highlight pollution’s growing impact on our environment, showcasing Pure Earth’s tireless work on cleanups and insights from experts in the field. This screening will kick off a series of international events leading up to the October 19th release of a landmark report on the Commission on Pollution and Health in The Lancet, the world’s oldest and most prestigious health journal. Lunch will be provided, and the screening will be followed by an open discussion on the film.
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