North America's Inland River Response Conference
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Conference sessions focus on improving oil and hazardous materials spill prevention and response on and around inland river systems

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Network with your peers to help improve working relationships between industry and agencies prior to an incident occurring

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Secure an exhibit space and reach 300+ attendees involved in spill prevention and response on and around inland river systems

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If you're involved in improving oil and hazardous materials spill prevention and response in the inland waterways environment, CLEAN WATERWAYS is the event for you! Join us in St. Louis, MO, April 4-5, for two days of top-notch content covering the most pressing issues unique to rivers.

CLEAN WATERWAYS is the only event of its kind to bring together professionals from maritime, facilities, rail, and pipeline to improve oil and hazardous materials spill prevention and response on and around inland river systems. The goal of the event is to serve the spill response industry by hosting a forum that facilitates an open exchange of ideas, case studies and best practices and to improve working relationships between industry and agencies prior to an incident occurring.

Preliminary Agenda:

TRACK: PLANNING AND PREPAREDNESS

A Comprehensive Overview of an Integrated Vessel Response Plan
Chair: CDR Mark Sawyer, Commanding Officer, U.S. Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Paducah
Co-Chair: Rebecca Garcia-Malone, Education Chair, American Salvage Association

Crisis Communication and Coordination Strategies
Chair: Bob Patterson, Associate Managing Director, Witt O'Brien's
Co-Chair: Amanda Brown, Environmental Manager, American River Transportation Company (ARTCo)
Moderator: Capt. Scott Stoermer, Captain of the Port, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Upper Mississippi River

Existing and Emerging Technologies in Spill Planning
Chair: Ryan Wilson, Terminal Manager, ADM Terminal Services

Inland Spill Response Planning
Chair: Stephen Lloyd, Manager Emergency Management, Enbridge

Response Planning for Wildlife Considerations
Chair: Bradley Hubbard, Emergency Response Specialist, Shell Americas Emergency Management

The Evolving Regulatory Landscape Across Multiple Sectors
Chair: Brian Bailey, Director – Safety & Environmental Stewardship, The American Waterways Operators

TRACK: RESPONSE

Case Studies – Ice, Fire, and Innovations
Chair: Bob Dundas, Environmental Coordinator, Belle Fourche Pipeline Co.
Co-Chair: Rick Gann, State On-Scene Coordinator, Missouri Dept. of Natural Resources

Fire, Fire, Fire…and don't forget the run off
Chair: Jodi Billman-Kotsko, Environmental Supervisor, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
Co-Chair: Robert Francis, Manager, Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection

Non-Floating Oil: Response Tools for Assessment, Tracking, Containment and Recovery
Chair: Michael Rancilio, Sr. Project Manager, Marine Pollution Control
Co-Chair: Elliott Taylor, Principal, Polaris Applied Sciences

Response Safety
Chair: Cory Davis, Partner & Principal Consultant, CTEH

Rivers and Ice
Chair: Jon Wickersham, ER Program Specialist, Colonial Pipeline Company
Co-Chair: Tony Houdyshell, Hazardous Materials Officer, Canadian Pacific Railway

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