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We wish to thank all of our Exhibitors for supporting the annual California CUPA Forum Training Conference. Please take a moment to visit our exhibitor websites to learn more about their products and services.

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CUPA-2019
Booth: 1
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Robert Wise, US EPA Region 9

Our mission is to protect human health and the environment.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 10
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Paul Cowdery, ParcelQuest

ParcelQuest is the sole provider of the most current California property data available online updated daily from the county assessors' offices. With complete data, up-to-date maps, flexible searching and robust reporting ParcelQuest makes it easy to get your job done quickly and accurately.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 11
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Greg Coon, Firedog HM Training

Firedog Hazmat Training services are designed to help our clients comply with Federal and State regulations that govern training and work procedures. We specialize in Hazwoper and Confined Space Training along with CSTI coursework.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 13
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Melinda Blum, Cal/EPA

Our mission is to restore, protect and enhance the environment, to ensure public health, environmental quality and economic vitality. We fulfill our mission by developing, implementing and enforcing environmental laws that regulate air, water and soil quality, pesticide use and waste recycling and reduction. Our departments are at the forefront of environmental science, using the most recent research to shape the states environmental laws. The Office of the Secretary heads CalEPA overseeing and coordinating the activities of one office, two boards, and three departments dedicated to improving Californias environment.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 15
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Mike Brasberger, Containment & Filtration

Containment & Filtration Solutions (CF-S) understands that youre not only interested in protecting the environment from accidental spills and pollution, but you also want to protect yourself and your company from the costly process of cleanup, litigation and fines. CF-S provides proactive solutions for filtration and/or containment of stormwater run-off. Our Drain Guardian and Berm Box offer custom filtration that can be specifically designed for your facilities challenges. Beware of stormwater inserts that retain or hold water inside the insert. Drain Guardian is the only stormwater insert on the market that does not retain or hold water when in the open position. Drain Guardian and Berm Box do not require construction permits or down time, they are easy to install and implement into any facilitys response plan.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 22
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Sheryl Baldwin, LITERATURE TABLE

LITERATURE TABLE

CUPA-2019
Booth: 23
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James Rino, Xerxes

Xerxes provides Fuel, Water and Oil & Gas Fiberglass Storage Solutions with over 200,000 fiberglass storage tanks manufactured and shipped in North America Trust corrosion-resistant technology that is engineered to endure.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 25
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CGRS, CGRS

Our Environmental Consulting Company has also an office in California. CGRS is your one-stop solution for all things related to compliance, enhanced leak detection, and AST / UST tank top and piping upgrades. Put our expertise to work for you: Enhanced leak detection testing SB-989 secondary-containment testing Monitor system certification Designated operator inspections Precision tank & line testing Air Resources Board vapor-recovery testing

CUPA-2019
Booth: 26

ARISTATEK, AristaTek

Formed as a Wyoming corporation in January 1999, AristaTek is a certified HUBZone small business concern located in Laramie, WY. The four founders are former employees of the University of Wyoming Research Corporation (UWRC) and were the core technical staff of the Hazardous Materials Research Group that conducted field scale research studies at the Nevada Test Sites Hazmat Spill Center (HSC). UWRC employees conceived and developed PEAC (Palmtop Emergency Action for Chemicals) to provide the First Response community with a field-deployable software solution. The system centers around a comprehensive database of hazardous materials indexed to multiple databases, e.g., chemical/physical properties, toxicities, appropriate respirator recommendations, breakthrough times for chemical protective clothing, and symptoms of exposure. The application also included an integrated plume model to calculate exclusion zones for toxic vapor cloud releases. The formation of AristaTek by the UWRC employees and transfer of the technology patent rights has led to enhancement of the PEAC product beyond just a resource for dealing with Hazmat response. The database is now comprised of 100K hazardous substance names and includes a comprehensive threat matrix to support events with multiple hazardous agents combined with a chemical reactivity analysis feature to assess consequences of multiple substances mixing. The integrated computational tools have expanded to include calculation of safe standoff distances from different types of hazardous events, e.g., explosions, unconfined vapor cloud explosions, radioactive isotope release, radioactive fallout exposure, and detonation of a nuclear device, with the results displayed as polygons on mapping tools. Today, PEAC is the acknowledged "gold standard" for this type of solution and is used by hundreds of municipal fire departments, and many Department of Defense agencies. Recent DOD fieldings include all the NGBs CSTs, the NGB TAGs in the 54 states and territories, and the Fire and Emergency Services for the USAF bases worldwide. The USAF fielding included development of on-line training courseware for DOD personnel with AristaTek staff serving as SMEs to the USAF course development contractor. A civilian fielding in 2008 via the DHS CEDAP (Commercial Equipment Direct Assistance Program) that provided hardware, software, NET (new equipment training) and extended technical support contracts for 89 jurisdictions spread across the USA. Other Projects In addition to the enhancement and support of the PEAC COTS product, AristaTek participates in other development projects, such as: 1999-2000 - Technical Support Working Group (TSWG) to incorporate the CWAs and their precursors into the PEAC-WMD database and the integrated plume-modeling tool. 2004-2005 - CARAT (Chemical Agent Risk Assessment Tool) project for TSWG and funded by DHS that created a software tool to evaluate user selected PPE ensembles for duration of protection based on a user specified contaminated environment and working conditions. 2008-2009 - Subcontractor for the NGB J7 JSRTS (Joint State Response Training System) web-based project. AristaTek provides deliverables in the form of software code development for the GUI and digital art development for a virtual Cityscape environment used in the US-Nexus portion of the JSRTS Program. AristaTek also is providing hosting services for the web-based project.

CUPA-2019
Booth: 28
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Aila Brookins, Accela

Modern, powerful solutions hosted in a cloud environment empower governments to be fast and flexible, save money and dedicate more time to strategic initiatives and innovation.