McLane Middleton attorney Elizabeth F. Mason will speak at the Environmental Business Council of New England’s Site Remediation and Redevelopment Program: MassDEP Reopening Old Trichloroethylene (TCE) Sites on November 2, 2017 in Boston.
The program will focus on MassDEP’s recent interest in reviewing and evaluating closed sites with trichloroethylene (TCE) contamination. Recent scientific studies reviewed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency now indicate that even short-term exposure to low levels of TCE might result in health effects under certain conditions. This information has caused MassDEP to re-evaluate and tighten the environmental standard for TCE.
Betsy is an attorney in McLane Middleton’s corporate department and a member of the firm’s Environmental and Energy Practice Groups. She provides strategic legal advice to commercial, industrial, real estate and telecommunications clients on environmental, land use and zoning matters. Betsy has more than two decades of private and public sector experience, and her expertise ranges from representing private and government clients in federal, state and local permitting and enforcement proceedings to assisting developers, property owners and lenders in developing, negotiating and implementing cost-effective plans for contaminated site cleanup and redevelopment.
Betsy can be reached in the firm’s Woburn office at (781) 904-2668 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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