GPro Talks - Use of an Ecosystem Approach for Sustainable Remediation of a Fuel Spill at a Logging Camp on a Remote First Nation Reserve

Webinar Wednesdays | taught by Trish Miller

Course description

A broadcast of a video recording from our one day face-to-face workshop last spring on Risk Solutions for Contaminated Sites - An Exposition of Case Studies. The case study is on the use of ecosystem-level tools to evaluate risks to plants and invertebrates related to a fuel spill on a remote First Nations reserve.

Trish Miller
Trish Miller

Trish Miller is an Associate and Senior Toxicologist/Risk Assessor at Golder Associates. She has over 18 years’ experience conducting human health and ecological risk assessment investigation including senior technical review of sampling plans, integrating objectives and data requirements of RA into work plans and site investigations, review of toxicology testing programs for ecological assessments, coordinating data analysis, developing site-specific remediation standards, liaising with clients, and reporting. She has managed and directed many HHRA and ERA of complex sites, including RA and remediation programs for large-scale diesel contamination in remote northern communities.Trish has also developed provincial matrix standards and water quality guidelines, and derived numerous site-specific risk-based soil, groundwater, and surface water standards. Trish has conducted workshops for corporate environmental managers on the advantages of RA for contaminated site remediation and on general principles and procedures involved in the conduct of RA. Trish was appointed to the Society of Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals of BC as a Risk Assessment Specialist.

Course Curriculum

Use of an Ecosystem Approach for Sustainable Remediation of a Fuel Spill at a Logging Camp on a Remote First Nation Reserve
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