Northwest Association of Environmental Professionals

Re-Using Contaminated Land

  • Thursday, October 02, 2014
  • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Double Tree Hotel, Sea-Tac Airport - 18740 International Blvd., Seattle, WA 98188

Registration is now open!


NWAEP is a proud Conference Partner for this upcoming conference presented by the Northwest Environmental Business Council (NEBC), the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP), and the Washington State Department of Ecology


NWAEP members receive a $25 discount. Use Discount Code “ReUse14” when registering.



Making Transactions Happen. The improving real estate market, coupled by the shortage of developable land, is placing renewed attention on properties with real or perceived environmental challenges. These sites typically have a long history of use and often have some level of soil or groundwater contamination. However, they can provide attractive opportunities for those who know how to manage the challenges of assessment and cleanup, and how to work with a range of parties to create successful outcomes.

Re-Using Contaminated Land is a focused one-day educational conference bringing together those involved in returning contaminated properties to productive use, including developers, property owners, clean-up professionals, environmental regulators, municipalities, and others involved in this process. The content focuses on the special challenges involved in redeveloping contaminated properties, with the goal of helping facilitate these transactions. Three educational tracks will cover:
  • Development Issues & Tools
  • Public Sector Strategies
  • Cleanup Approaches & Technologies
Attractive opportunities are available for those who know how to manage the challenges of cleanup, and how to work with a range of parties to create successful transactions. This conference is the place to be for learning, networking, and business development. Presented by the Northwest Environmental Business Council (NEBC), the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP), and the Washington State Department of Ecology. Full information here or at www.nebc.org.
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