Remediation and Redevelopment Program training library
The Remediation and Redevelopment Program is committed to providing timely and quality training to our customers and colleagues. Recordings of recent presentations, webinars and teleconferences are available below. If there is a topic you would like addressed in a future webinar, please contact Mick Skwarok.
A list of upcoming conferences and workshops is available on the Cleanup and redevelopment conferences and training web page.
Issues and trends
Issues and trends webinars
The issues and trends training sessions cover a variety of technical and policy issues affecting environmental practitioners, local government specialists and others whose work involves assistance or oversight by the RR Program.
|10/15/14||Vapor Intrusion Outreach "Toolkit"||Webinar|
|5/28/14||Guidance on cover systems as soil performance remedies||Webinar no longer available|
|4/17/14||The New Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Standard||Audio|
|3/6/14||Applicability of the Hazardous Waste Rules to Cleanups||Audio|
*Due to a WisLine technical malfunction, the conference call was not recorded.
Consultants' Day 2017
Presentation topics included NR 700.11 required submittals, site investigation completeness, PAH reassessment, case closure reconsideration, modifications to continuing obligations, vapor intrusion outreach and more.
|To navigate to specific presentations within the video, click the information button in the bottom right corner of the video screen to find the menu and then click on the presentation title.|
|Consultants' Day 2017|
Consultants' Day 2015
Department staff presented information and expectations related to key aspects of the NR 700, Wis. Adm. Code, rule series. The series of presentations below cover expectations for case closure, the newest guidance documents, emerging issues and more.
Local Government Days
2018 Brownfields Conference for Local Government
The DNR's RR Program hosted a day-long conference on May 10, 2018, for local government officials on brownfields redevelopment. This conference discussed the steps and procedures to get communities from a brownfield cleanup to a redevelopment groundbreaking.
|Washington County's Collaborative Site Assessment Initiative|
|Federal Brownfields Assistance for Local Government|
|Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation Grant Programs|
|Municipal Cost Recovery and the Umpire Process|
2016 Brownfields 101 - Redevelopment Resources for Local Governments
The DNR's RR Program hosted a day-long seminar on Nov. 2, 2016, for local government officials on brownfield redevelopment. Experts discussed strategies and tools to help communities turn around and capitalize on underused or abandoned properties.
|Tranformation: Downtown Stevens Point|
|Winner! Winner! Economic Impact of Brownfields Redevelopment in Wisconsin|
|Fundamentals of Wisconsin's Contamination Cleanup Law|
|Brownfields Toolbox: DNR's Programs and Products to Help you Successfully Redevelop Brownfields|
|Federal Resources for Brownfields Redevelopment|
|Ordinances and Acquisition: Control your Site, Control your Future|
|Going Blue at Brownfields: Use of Green Infrastructure for Storm Water Management|
|Inside the Mind of a Brownfield Developer (no presentation for this topic)|
|Local Brownfield Redevelopment Leaders: Success Stories and Lessons Learned|