AEG welcomes Offinger Management

The Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists recently hired Offinger Management Company to handle its day-to-day operations. Offinger is not new to AEG. Since 2012, they have provided accounting services for AEG. Offinger's headquarters is located in Zanesville, Ohio, with a satellite office in Columbus, Ohio. AEG President-elect Ken Fergason and President Gary Luce recently visited Offinger's offices and came away impressed with the overall capabilities of the new management team. Meetings on the overall operations of AEG and the core scope of work that Offinger will be providing were productive. Read more about Offinger Management and AEG here.



Add your support to New York's licensure effort

During its 2014 session, the New York State Legislature passed A4753-D/S3810-D, which institutes professional licensure for geologists in New York. AEG congratulates the New York State Council of Professional Geologists, who worked for many years to obtain passage of this important legislation. There is, however, one additional step needed to make this legislation law: it must be signed by the Governor. AEG members are urged to send letters of support to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. This is particularly important for those of us who practice and/or live in New York, since constituent support is more strongly considered. Download a sample letter HERE. Please mail your letters of support to the following address:

Governor Andrew Cuomo
Executive Chambers
NYS State Capitol Building
Albany, NY 12224
Email
Phone: 518-474-8390

Be sure to reference the bill number (A4753-D/S3810-D). If you have any questions, please contact Ken Neal, AEG Licensure Committee Co-Chair.







September 19-26 2015

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Upcoming Events

Fourth Biennial Southeastern In Situ Soil and Groundwater Remediation Conference 2014

  • Dates: 04 – 05 Mar, 2014
  • Location: Raleigh, NC, USA

Fourth Biennial Southeastern In Situ Soil and Groundwater Remediation Conference 2014


March 4-5 in Raleigh, NC

The conference will provide a forum for providing the state of the art for a wide range of in situ remediation technologies. On the first day of the conference, recognized speakers from around the country will present on their area of expertise. On the second day, case studies will be provided by consultants and vendors on the application of emerging technologies, with lessons learned.

The conference provides a valuable opportunity for groundwater professionals to keep abreast of recent developments in remediation technologies.

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