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Model Toxics Control Act: A Comprehensive Review of The Cleanup Process for Regulators and Consultants
Hosted by Northwest Environmental Training Center

(Part 2 of 2) This updated series is a real world, applied examination of Washington’s Model Toxics Control Act (WAC 173-340) covering key issues and situations that consultants and site managers deal with and argue about, with the goal of minimizing site review time and expediting site cleanup approvals.

In this 2-day session, attendees will participate in a review and discussion of how to respond to the issues most commonly faced in real-world situations: vapor intrusion, Method A cleanup levels for soil & groundwater, and stormwater.

In addition, since compliance, site definitions, TEEs, Public Notice and B & C cleanup levels are critical, these will all be discussed, with case studies and material developed in cooperation with representatives of WA Ecology. There will also be a presentation from a WA Ecology representative that will highlight some of what site managers are looking for, and offer an opportunity for Q & A.

Participants who complete this session will gain a deeper understanding the most common issues, and how to expedite compliance by working effectively with WA Ecology site managers.

*NWETC recommends attending Part one of the MTCA series: “Model Toxics Act: An Introduction” prior to attending this course.

Intended Audience: This course is intended for environmental consultants, federal, state and local government staff and other professionals seeking an improved understanding of the Model Toxics Control Act.

Continuing Education Units: 1.30 CEUs

For general information contact Christa Lilly by telephone at 425-270-3274 or via e-mail at

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