Training and Events


PFAS Forum

Date and Location

April 22-24, 2020

Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel

Tampa, Florida

Focus of the Forum

The PFAS Forum is being organized to provide an understanding of the environmental issues related to PFAS, educate the environmental/remediation industry and regulatory community on the potential risks from PFAS, as well as discuss regulatory and legal issues, monitoring, treatment, cleanup and disposal technologies.


Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Course and Exam

The International Society of Technical and Environmental Professionals, Inc. (INSTEP) has initiated this program to assure that professionals providing Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) have the acceptable academic background and a minimal level of verifiable appropriate experience. 

In this program, elements of the ASTM Phase I ESA Standard E 1527, federal standards and practices for All Appropriate Inquiries (AAI), as well as, ASTM's E 1528 (Standard Practice for Limited Environmental Due Diligence: Transaction Screen Process) will be presented. 

The focus of this training course is on these standards and other relevant national and Florida specific issues. The Program is not an Exam Review or Exam Preparation Program and attendance of the Program is not required to sit for the Examination. 

Announce coming events

The next Phase I ESA Course and Exam will be held on November 3-4, 2020 in Orlando, Florida.

Contact Gene Jones at 850-558-0617. For more info on this event contact

INSTEP LEP Certification Requirements

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2020 LEP Training Class Brochure

The next Phase I ESA Course and Exam will be held on November 3-4, 2020 in Orlando, Florida.  Download the brochure from below.

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Florida Remediation Conference (FRC 2020)

Date and Location

November 4-6, 2020

Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate 

ChampionsGate, Florida

About FRC

The Florida Remediation Conference (FRC) is one of the premier soil, air and water remediation conferences of the year.  Though FRC started out as a Florida-centric event 25 years ago, it has developed a solid reputation for fostering the remediation and redevelopment industries across the Southeast.  FRC attracts over 600 attendees comprised of a mix of industry representatives, developers, consultants and contractors, and over 100 exhibitors and sponsors from across the country.  It is far from just being a Florida event.