Join us to hear from our presenters about NEMP 3.0 legal implications and PFAS & the recycled Organics Circular Economy.
Legal Implications of PFAS Regulation: Too Much, Too Soon? Ross Fox, Principal Accredited Specialist, Planning and Environment Law, Fishburn Watson O'Brien
Ross Fox is a Principal of Fishburn Watson O’Brien Lawyers and an Accredited Specialist in Planning and Environment Law. Prior to this, Ross was a principal lawyer for the NSW and worked closely with the EPA executive and CEO to develop and implement the EPA’s regulatory strategy. Ross takes a multidisciplinary approach and holds a Masters in Environmental Management. Ross now acts for a range of leading private sector and government clients in the resource recovery, liquid waste and biosolids sector. His unique expertise means he is regularly retained by key industry associations including the Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association (WCRA) and Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA). Ross also regularly advises on environmental matters and obtaining planning approvals for waste infrastructure across NSW, Victoria and QLD.
PFAS and the Recycled Organics Circular Economy Dr Matthew Askeland, Business Unit Manager (Emerging Contaminants), ADE Consulting Group
Matthew Askeland presently heads ADE's Consulting Groups Emerging Contaminants, Treatment Remediation and Research (ECTRR) business unit. Matthew has been active in the consultancy sector as a contaminated site specialist, where he holds key expertise in the delivery of contaminated land and water solutions, including site characterisation, risk assessment and remediation. Over the past number of years Matthew has been focused on tackling multiple elements within the PFAS risk management practice. These include site characterisation, risk mitigation, development and implementation of new PFAS management tools (treatment technologies and analytical tools), and the deployment of effective management strategies for both legacy and ongoing PFAS impacts. Matthew has a particular interest in management of PFAS and other contaminants within the circular economy
Wednesday 5 April. 2023
12:00pm to 1:00pm AEST
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