Jordan Kleine is the Southeast US District Manager for Land Science Technologies, a division of the environmental remediation company REGENESIS. Land Science Technologies is a global leader in the development of advanced technologies to mitigate chemical vapors from entering into buildings. Contaminant vapor intrusion often occurs when buildings are constructed on environmentally impaired land, also known as brownfields. Increasing public awareness of vapor intrusion, a recovering construction market and developing environmental regulations are driving a strong demand for Land Science Technologiesâ€™ market leading products.
Land Science Technologies was created in 2007, with the specific goal of developing technically sound, cost-effective vapor intrusion mitigation technologies to protect human health and invigorate the renewal of contaminated properties. As the Southeast US District Manager, my focus is to provide environmental consultants, engineers, geologists, hydrogeologists, developers, general contractors and regulators across the Southeast US with the latest industry information regarding brownfield redevelopment and vapor intrusion mitigation.
Jordan Â graduated in December 2013 from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) with a Master of Public Affairs [MPA] and a Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs [BSPA], majoring in Environmental Management (with Honors). The MPA program at SPEA was ranked 2nd nationally by U.S. News and World Report in 2013.
Jordan’s Contact Information: Â Phone: Â 470-218-5728
E-mail: Â firstname.lastname@example.org
Jordan’s presentation is: Â Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Solutions for Brownfield Redevelopment
Jordan’s Presentation Time: Â Day 1: 4:00 -4:45 PM
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