State Project Manager
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Carl Spreng worked as an exploration geologist after receiving BS and MS degrees in Geology from BYU. Exploration projects included National Uranium Resource Evaluations for DOE; coal, oil shale and tar sands evaluations; and oil and gas exploration. Since 1992 he has worked for the Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division of the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment as a project manager overseeing environmental restoration at DOE’s Rocky Flats Site. He has served as team leader of the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council’s (ITRC’s) Radionuclides team and Attenuation Processes for Metals & Radionuclides team and currently serves as co-leader of the Remediation Management of Complex Sites team.
WORKSHOP PLATFORM PRESENTER - ITRC WORKSHOP: Remediation Management of Complex Sites
The proper identification and management of complex sites has long vexed industry and many oversight agencies. Complex sites unique attributes often require substantial human and financial resources to address. Conceptual site models that fail to recognize key complexity attributes can result in site objectives that cannot be achieved in a reasonable timeframe. ITRC's draft Remediation Management of Complex Sites guidance provides insights and recommendations to identify a complex site and develop site objectives that will be both protective and achievable.
FLASH POSTER PRESENTER - Complex and Unique Sites: Who Said it Was Easy?
Remediation Management of Complex Sites