Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., I2M’s Chief Geologist / Chief Hydrogeologist, presented a summary on April 1 of the 2017 Annual Report of the Uranium (Nuclear and REE) Committee to the Energy Minerals Division’s Annual Meeting of the Executive Committee, Commodity Chairs, and guests during the AAPG Conference & Exhibition in Houston, Texas. Mr. Campbell is Chair of the UCOM. The full report is now available (here).
Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., I2M’s Chief Geologist and Chief Hydrogeologist, announced today that I2M’s Web Resource Portal just passed 5,000 entries (resource reports, technical media, etc,) under 219 categories. This is six months ahead of projections of Portal growth. The milestone was reached by the enthusiastic support and input from I2M staff and associates from around the world.
Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G., President and Chief Engineer of I2M Associates, LLC, has announced the appointment of Mr. M. David Campbell, P.G., as Vice President of I2M Associates, LLC and Mr. Charles E. Bludau, Jr., as Senior Archaeological & Environmental Associate of I2M Associates, LLC. Mr. Bost has made these appointments to allow him more time to devote to his personal consulting interests as an expert witness and to the new companies he is forming with other associates, both activities of which are to avoid the appearance of any conflicts of interest with I2M Associates, LLC. He will be available for engineering consultation on I2M projects as the need arises. […]
Uranium (Nuclear and Rare Earth) Committee of the Energy Minerals Division (AAPG) Releases 2016 Mid-Year Report
Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., I2M’s Chief Geologist / Chief Hydrogeologist, presented a summary of the 2016 Mid-Year Report of the Uranium (Nuclear and REE) Committee to the Energy Minerals Division‘s Executive Committee and Commodity Chairs during their Mid-Year Teleconference on December 18, 2016. Mr. Campbell is Chair of the UCOM. The full report is now available (here).
I2M Senior Project Manager, M. David Campbell, P.G., also serves as Special Consultant to UCOM.
I2M President Makes Presentation at the Battelle Conference in New Orleans on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments
Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G, President and Chief Engineer of I2M Associates, LLC, made a presentation entitled “Remediation Best Practices in Light of EPA / World Bank / Equator Principles: Findings from U.S. Experience and International “Brownfield” Sites,” before the 9th International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments, January 9-12, 2017 in New Orleans, La. (Program), and (Presentation).
I2M Releases Review #28 in its Series of Reviews Regarding Biased Media Against Uranium Mining and Nuclear Power
Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., and I2M’s EVP and Chief Geologist / Chief Hydrogeologist, announced today the release of a new review of paper as part of I2M’s program to review biased media reports or otherwise faulty articles in the press and other types of media and reports, see Review #28, These reports come from the national media, film producers, national and local adversarial groups, local citizens groups and the attorneys who represent them, all of whom are anti-nuclear power, anti-uranium mining, and /or are wind or solar energy proponents, or attorneys who represent any or all of them.
After many years of reviewing such reports, articles, etc produced by the media, the general consensus of the I2M personnel is that they many seem to exhibit many shortcomings in common in terms of underlying agenda. I2M personnel review and comment on articles selected through a process involving at least three and perhaps additional I2M Associates and selected members of the EMD UCOM, and to publish their collective reviews on the I2M Associates’ Biased Media Report as an educational contribution to geoscientists worldwide, regulatory agency personnel, and to the general public. For a more detailed discussion of the I2M program objectives, see (more).
In 2012, I2M’s Chief Hydrogeologist, Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., was selected to provide a hydrogeological assessment involved in the groundwater policy issues regarding the historical movement of the groundwater plume consisting of TCE and Tc-99 behind the DOE Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Kentucky. The report of investigations has just been cleared for release (see I2M case history). The Oak Ridge Associated Universities management thanked Mr. Campbell for his contributions (Report, and page 57).
Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G., President and Chief Engineer, I2M Associates, LLC announced today the appointments of Ms. Zhiro Zhou, M.S., and Mr. John Eldridge, B.A., as I2M Interns for 2017. Ms. Zhou and Mr. Eldridge will be working with Mr. Bost and Mr. Campbell on I2M internal and client projects. Ms. Zhou will begin work effective March 3, 2017.
Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., I2M’s EVP and Chief Geologist/Chief Hydrogeologist, also announced today that Roger W. Lee, Ph.D., P.G. has been appointed as an I2M Senior Associate. He is also affiliated with NewFields. Dr. Lee will be working with Mr. Campbell on I2M projects.
Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G., President of I2M Associates, LLC announced today that the City of Galveston, Texas has selected I2M for listing as an approved company to provide professional services to the city for a period of three years. Mr. Bost said that the I2M management is pleased that the project team has been successful in its efforts to expand I2M’s business into municipal activities beyond Houston, Texas.
As part of the expansion of I2M Associates, LLC, Richard C. Bost, P.E., P.G., President of I2M, along with a team of senior remediation specialists, has announced the creation of I2M-Reardon, LLC, a Houston-based company, for the purpose of providing services to clients, consultants, and state and federal government agencies. The group’s focus is to work with major environmental engineering and consulting firms, state and federal government agencies, and businesses to address contaminated sites and brownfields, reduce liabilities, and stimulate economic opportunities as part of a larger project team.