Valuable Training, Insightful Presentations
Elastec offers workshops to share the knowledge of environmental and spill response industry experts in a comfortable classroom setting at our Illinois and Cocoa facilities. Responders learn to operate Elastec equipment on land and in water to augment response tactics. Engineers and consultants experience the “whys and hows” of product performance criteria and modeling principles.
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SILT CURTAIN SHOP / JANUARY 16-18, 2019 / Cocoa, Florida
A new SILT CURTAIN SHOP is planned for January 16 – 18, 2019 in Cocoa Beach, Florida. It is designed to appeal to environmental engineers who specify silt a.k.a. turbidity curtains for marine construction and dredging projects. The “shop” will focus on an introduction to silt curtain design, deployment, and sediment control.
INLAND BOOM SHOP / Mid-May 2019 / Carmi, Illinois & New Harmony, Indiana
Our 2018 Boom Shop Sold Out!
Pre-Register Now To Be Contacted For The 2019 Boom Shop.
Several of our past workshop attendees expressed a desire for a more intensive, hands-on boom deployment workshop. Elastec listened, and our Inland Boom Shop was designed for spill responders who desire in-depth river booming training. The three-day workshop begins with a full day of classroom orientation at Elastec in Carmi followed by two rigorous booming days on the Wabash River in New Harmony, Indiana. The INLAND BOOM SHOP qualifies as an 8-hour Hazwoper refresher course.
INLAND OIL SPILL WORKSHOP / EARLY OCTOBER 2019 / Carmi, Illinois & New Harmony, Indiana
The RIVER SPILL WORKSHOP is a showcase of Elastec inland oil spill response equipment, industry experts, and “light” hands-on exercises and demonstrations. Its purpose is to introduce our company and capabilities to participants and to provide an opportunity to learn and network with oil spill responders across the country and around the world. This annual workshop is always the first full week in October. RIVERSPILL qualifies as an 8-hour Hazwoper refresher course.