28 Apr Bottom-up injection method – bottom of the barrel performance
There’s chatter in the remediation community regarding the viability of sonic injection of slurry reactants and reagents utilizing a ported sonic core barrel. It is alleged that this method will effectively install and distribute slurries using an onboard or auxiliary water or grout pump. While such an approach would be convenient and cheap, bottom-up injection methods tend to merge the upper deliveries with lower deliveries. This merging of injection efforts leads to bottom-heavy installation and poor lateral slurry distribution. RPI Group uses the right tools and best methodology to achieve top performance. Read more here.
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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.)
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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