July 25, 2012
-- WILKES-BARRE, PA—July 25, 2012—Brian Oram, a professional geologist and soil scientist and founder of B.F. Environmental Consultants, will be one of the instructors in an upcoming class focused on compliant and regulatory water testing. The training is being offered in Cleveland, Ohio, July 28, 2012 by National Testing Laboratories in conjunction with Wilkes University and B.F. Environmental. Participants will receive Water Quality Association (WQA) continuing education credits and credits from Wilkes University.
“This is important training for anyone who wants to take part in the water testing currently being conducted in areas where shale natural gas drilling is taking place,” said Oram. “Anyone planning on collecting water samples in the field should attend this course.”
The class involves approximately 4 hours of classroom instruction as well as hands-on field instruction. Attendees who successfully complete the program will receive the WQA continuing education credits, a Certificate of Completion from Wilkes University and a Certificate of Completion from B.F. Environmental on Proper Chain of Custody. Because of the lack of a certification process, this course will help to ensure that third-party collectors are properly trained.
Seating is limited and reservations will be taken on a first-come first-served basis. The cost for the class is $175 per person. To attend this course, please contact Marianne Metzger at 800-458-3330 x223 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About B.F. Environmental Consultants, Inc.
B.F. Environmental Consultants, based in Northeastern Pennsylvania and the Poconos, has been providing professional geological, soils, hydrogeological, and environmental consulting services since 1985. The company specializes in the following areas: hydrogeological and wastewater evaluations for siting land-based wastewater disposal systems; soils consulting (soil scientists), environmental monitoring, overseeing the siting, exploration, and development of community/ commercial water supply sources; environmental training/ professional training courses, and other environmental services. For more information about B.F. Environmental Consultants, visit www.bfenvironmental.com and www.water-research.net.