Please join us on Thursday, April 7th, 12:00 – 1:00pm (Mountain Time) for our next free (virtual) brownbag presentation hosted by the A&WMA Idaho Chapter.
Michael Wirtz, Environmental Engineer with Jacobs, will speak on “Regulated Building Materials in Industry”
Michael will present a summary of the identification and safe handling of regulated building materials common in industry and the rules that apply. The common regulated building materials include asbestos, lead containing paint, universal wastes, polychlorinated biphenyl containing devices, and more. How are these materials identified? What are the requirements for safe handling, transportation, and disposal? And what type of notifications are required (typically)? This conversation will focus on federal rules as they apply to the State of Idaho.
For the first 20 RSVP’s FREE lunch will be delivered directly to you prior to the start of the meeting. The following RSVP information is required;
(1) Full address of your location on April 7th to receive the lunch delivery around 11:30am, and
(2) Any dietary restrictions.
RSVP to email@example.com and you will receive a WebEx calendar invite.
Michael Wirtz has over 18 years of environmental consulting experience, all of which with CH2M/Jacobs Engineering Group. Michael is a certified AHERA Asbestos Building Inspector and EPA Lead-Based Paint Building inspector (18 year). Prior to CH2M/Jacobs, Michael worked as a certified asbestos abatement worker and supervisor in Oregon and Washington States. During his time with CH2M/Jacobs, Michael has completed over 200 individual regulated building material inspections. In addition, Michael has been the subject matter expert for Jacobs on numerous other design projects across the United States.
Michael has a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from Oregon State University (2000). Outside of work, Michael enjoys being outdoors with his dog (Atticus) or spending time with his wife Leticia. Michael and Leticia enjoy nearly all things Disney including spending time at the theme parks here in the United States.