The Twelfth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds will be held May 22-26, at the Palm Springs (Calif.) Convention Center. If you’re planning on attending, don’t miss EHS Support’s Project Scientist Laurel Seus, Sr. Engineer John Bartos, and Sr. Geologist Martin Schmidt, who will be there presenting on some of the more successful and exciting innovations in recent remediation projects.
Seus will be presenting:
- Stakeholder Communication Contributes to Successful Implementation of TCE Bioremediation Remedy in Fractured Rock Near a Residential Area
- Adaptive Site Management to Demonstrate Remedial Success of Chlorinated Ethenes in Groundwater at a New Jersey Site
Bartos will be presenting:
- Evaluation of Remediation Flow Cell System Remediating Trichloroethylene at a Southwest United States Superfund site
Schmidt will be presenting:
- Use of a Conceptual Site Model to Evaluate Contaminant Migration Pathways in Complex Igneous and Metamorphic Rock Terrains
- Use of a Conceptual Site Model to Enhance Passive DNAPL Recovery from Low-Permeability Glacial Soils
Battelle’s Chlorinated Conference is the premier gathering of environmental professionals researching and applying innovative technologies and approaches for characterization, monitoring, cleanup, and management of complex sites contaminated with the most challenging classes of chemicals. Recognized as the signature forum for the environmental remediation industry, topics will include innovations and technologies to address chlorinated and recalcitrant compounds in the environment.
More on EHS Support’s Remediation services: Site Investigation & Remediation – EHS Support (ehs-support.com)