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The Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the
Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
(HDC SETAC)

HDC SETAC is happy to host an evening that will include great conversation, an interesting presentation, new faces, great drinks and plenty of good food. Please join us in Hoboken, NJ! We decided to get together at The Brass Rail Restaurant which is close to the PATH train station and easy to find coming off the NJ Turnpike.

2016 Evening Social
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
5:30 PM — 8:30 PM
The Brass Rail Restaurant
135 Washington Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
(201) 659-7074

Ecological Sampling for the Tappan Zee Bridge Replacement - presented by John H. Duschang of HDR, Inc., New York, NY

Registration Fee: $45 ; includes 1 free drink (cash bar) plus appetizers, dinner and dessert.
Please Register online at http://hdcsetacwinter2016.brownpapertickets.com/

Online you may either:

- Register only and pay at the door
or
- Register and Pay via credit card online (addtl. service fee added)

Please Register by January 15, 2016.

Otherwise RSVP to Don Nazario by January 15th!
Questions: nazariodon@gmail.com

John H. Duschang
John is a Senior Project Manager and Leader of the Environmental Sciences, Planning and Fisheries Group at HDR in New York.  He has over 20 years of experience in preparing environmental assessments and impact statements and providing assistance for permit acquisitions and permit compliance monitoring for private and public sector clients.  Mr. Duschang possesses direct knowledge of Federal, state and local environmental programs, laws and regulations in the New York and New Jersey Metropolitan area, and is familiar with the requirements for environmental scoping and public outreach efforts for both State Environmental Quality Review Assessments (SEQRA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Environmental Impact Statements (EIS).  He has coordinated, implemented, and participated in public hearings and meetings with local Community Board, civil and environmental advocacy groups involving highly-charged environmental issues associated with Federally-sponsored navigation and transportation improvement projects.