23 May Battelle 2022 – The Gang is Back Together!
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, and we can say that is very true for the RPI Group. We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds (May 22-26, 2022 / Palm Springs, CA) for a really big reunion at our booth (spaces 611 and 613). Stop by and get the 411 on Trap & Treat® BOS 100®, BOS 200®, CAT 100, and our newest innovation BOS 200+®. This May, we will celebrate our 20th year as THE pioneers of activated carbon-based in situ remediation products. If you are attending, we’ve provided a list (below) of RPI Group-related platform presentations and posters.
A4. Combined In Situ Treatment Methods and Technologies Reduce Mass at a Large DNAPL Solvent Site. M. Mazzarese and G. Simpson. Mike Mazzarese (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
B5. Fiscally Responsible Characterization and Remediation of a DNAPL and Solute Plume in Low-Permeability Clay. B. Brab and K. Thompson. Bill Brab (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
B5. Injectable Activated Carbon Amendments: Lessons Learned and Best Practices from Solicited Expert Experience with Examples. E.J. Winner. Ed Winner (Remediation Products, Inc./USA)
B5. Results of Several Activated Carbon Installations. T. Sorrells. Tree Sorrells (Alpine Remediation, Inc./USA)
G3. Case Study for BOS 200®+ Injection to Remediate Saturated Zone LNAPL at Former Marshall Iron and Metal Site in Michigan. G. Simpson and J. Gal. Gary Simpson (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
G5. Remediation and Closure of an LNAPL-Contaminated Site Using an Innovative Three-Step Approach from Remedial Design to In Situ Remediation. G.G. Ceriani.Gabriele Giorgio Ceriani (Ejlskov A/S/Denmark)
H6. High-Resolution Site Characterization of a Complex Bedrock Setting with DNAPL. T.A. Harp. Thomas Harp (Remediation Risk Reduction, LLC/USA)
I9. GWQS Achieved in Fractured Bedrock at a TCE Release Site in New Jersey. B. Brab. Bill Brab (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
A1. CAT 100: In Situ Chemical Reduction without Depletion of Metallic Iron. S. Noland. Scott Noland (Remediation Products, Inc./USA)
A3. When Failure Is Not an Option: Bench-Scale Study and Targeted Activated Carbon-Based Injection Program Leads to Repair of an Aging ZVI PRB. B. Tunnicliffe.Bruce Tunnicliffe (Vertex Environmental, Inc./Canada)B5. BOS 100® Successfully Treats PCE Source Areas: Lessons Learned from Remediation at an Active Facility. M. Reiter A. Marinkovic, M. Stiller, J. Harshman, P.M. Dombrowski, M. Mazzarese, and K. O’Neal.Paul M. Dombrowski (ISOTEC Remediation Technologies/USA)
B5. Pilot-Scale Treatment of a Commingled Plume with Innovative Trap and Treat Technology. P. Kakarla, T. Musser, A. Haryani, and N. Thacker. Prasad Kakarla (In-Situ Oxidative Technologies [ISOTEC Remediation Technologies/USA)
B5. In Situ Injections in Remote Locations. T. Sorrells. Tree Sorrells (Alpine Remediation, Inc./USA)
B7. Impressive Models and Photographs of Subsurface Carbon Slurry Injectate Distribution: How We Did It and Why It Matters. B. Brab and R. Boyle. Bill Brab (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
B7. Lessons Learned about Activated Carbon Injections on a Site in Wyoming. T. Sorrells and J. Skogman.Tree Sorrells (Alpine Remediation, Inc./USA)
B7. Facilitating In Situ Remediation of Deep DNAPL and Dissolved-Phase cVOC Impacts in Challenging Lithology Using an Innovative Multi-Step Injection Approach. B. Tunnicliffe.Bruce Tunnicliffe (Vertex Environmental, Inc./Canada)
B9. Living Room, Transportation, and Community: The Overlooked Infrastructure in Subsurface Microbial Biodegradation. E.J. Winner.Ed Winner (Remediation Products, Inc./USA)
C3. Persistence Saves the Day: Robust Characterization and Injection Techniques Lead to Successful Activated Carbon-Based PRB for Petroleum Hydrocarbons. B. Tunnicliffe and M. Mazzarese. Bruce Tunnicliffe (Vertex Environmental, Inc./Canada)
C3. The Overlooked and Revealed: Evidence for Microbial Biodegradation on Activated Carbon. A.D. Peacock and E.J. Winner. Aaron Peacock (Microbac Laboratories, Inc./USA)
C3. In Situ Remediation of DNAPL Source and Plume at an Active Industrial Facility with Innovative Enhanced Reductive Dichlorination Technology. G.G. Ceriani. Gabriele Giorgio Ceriani (Ejlskov A/S/Denmark)
D1. Treatment of a Large, Dilute Plume Using Permeable Reactive Barriers in Low pH Aquifer. P.M. Dombrowski, P. Kakarla, M. Temple, T. Musser, and D. Guilfoil. Paul M. Dombrowski (ISOTEC Remediation Technologies/USA)
G3. Rapid Closure of Heavy Crude Oil Site Using In Situ Bioremediation Technology in Low-Permeability Soil and Fractured Bedrock. T.A. Harp. Thomas Harp (Remediation Risk Reduction, LLC/USA)
G5. When It Comes to LNAPL, Activated Carbon May Replace NSZD as the Best Available Closing Technology. S. Noland. Scott Noland (Remediation Products, Inc./USA)
G6. In Situ Bioremediation of Shallow Dispersed LNAPL Plume Travelling under a Major Highway. D. Guilfoil, G. Simpson, N. Thacker, and N. Mau. Duane Guilfoil (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
G6. Permeable Reactive Barrier Installation for Prevention of LNAPL Migration into an Adjacent Surface Water Body. W. Wright, T. Uhler, C. Smith, D. Pizarro, and N. Thacker, Tim Uhler (Groundwater & Environmental Services, Inc./USA)
I2. RPI’s CAT 100 Successfully Treats 1,4-Dioxane and CVOCs. S. Noland. Scott Noland (Remediation Products, Inc./USA)
I6. Case Study on Amendment Delivery Methodology for Permeable Reactive Barrier(PRB) Installation in a Challenging Lithology at Shaw AFB, Sumter, South Carolina. G. Simpson, D. Christensen, J. Chytil, S. Palakur, and D. Pizarro. Gary Simpson (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
I9. Case Study of Karst Site in Kentucky: Bedrock Remediation of PCE (10-Year Review). D. Guilfoil and K. Thompson. Duane Guilfoil (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
G3 Heavy Hydrocarbons Characterization and Remediation
Platforms Tuesday | Posters (*) Monday Evening Chairs: Robert Elliott (Remediation Products, Inc.) and Duane Guilfoil (AST Environmental, Inc./USA)
B5 Injectable Activated Carbon Amendments: Lessons Learned and Best Practices
Platforms Wednesday | Posters (*) Monday Evening Chairs: Scott Noland (Remediation Products, Inc./USA) and Kristen Thoreson (REGENESIS)
C3 In Situ Activated Carbon-Based Amendments: Assessing Effectiveness and Performance
Platforms Tuesday | Posters (*) Monday Evening Chairs: Scott Haitz (WSP) and Ed Winner (Remediation Products, Inc./USA)
The ITRC Guidance: Implementing Advanced Site Characterization Tools
Date: ITRC Advanced Site Characterization Tools course at the Battelle Chlorinated Conference, Palm Springs, California, May 22-26, 2022.
Instructors: James Finegan (Kleinfelder), Maile Gee (California Regional Water Quality Control Board), Lizanne Simmons (Kleinfelder), and Ed Winner (Remediation Products, Inc./USA)
Course Objective: This course will encourage the use of advanced site characterization tools (ASCTs) in the areas of direct sensing, surface geophysics, borehole geophysics, and remote sensing to improve the participant’s ability to appropriately select and apply ASCTs. Within this objective is the introduction to the ITRC’s ASCT document, website, and training videos.
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