Saddle Up, the 2024 Battelle Chlorinated Conference is on the Horizon

Saddle Up, the 2024 Battelle Chlorinated Conference is on the Horizon

For many attendees, Battelle is like “old home week.” They visit friends and catch up on the news. Catching up is a lot of fun. We certainly look forward to seeing old friends, but I suspect that we’ll be seeing many new faces this year.

Like many industries, the remediation industry has undergone considerable changes. People have retired, switched jobs, etc. Technological innovation is altering the landscape and establishing the skill sets one needs to thrive and meet the expectations of both clients and regulators. For example, GIS mapping, three-dimensional plume imagery, automated sampling and telemetry, and molecular biological characterization are now expected site characterization parameters and commonly presented data. Apart from GIS, these tools were unavailable or rarely used just a few years ago. Coinciding with these changes, and to some degree because of these changes, we are witnessing the rise of a new generation of leadership in environmental remediation. We at RPI welcome this new leadership and are excited to join you to advance new ideas and forge new relationships. The move to Denver may be symbolic of this change.

Whether an old friend or a new one, you don’t need to feel like a stranger when you ride into town. We have a lot in common, and we’ll be in Denver to welcome you. Drop by our booth and try to say howdy – if you can do so with a straight face. And if you can’t, that is even better.

Kind Regards,

Ed Winner, PhD, Vice President
Remediation Products, Inc.

RPI’s Roadmap to Battelle

We invite you to join RPI at the highly anticipated 2024 Battelle Chlorinated Conference, scheduled for June 2-6, 2024, in our hometown, Denver, Colorado. This conference held biannually since 1998, has been a pivotal platform for industry professionals to share knowledge and insights.

After many successful years in Palm Springs, California, we are excited about the move to Denver, which we believe will bring a fresh perspective and attract a wider range of participants.

Just a reminder, we have some awesome events planned to welcome attendees of this year’s conference. There will be something for everyone, and it’s sure to be a hoot of a time. We’re excited to show you what life is like in the Mile High City and give you the opportunity to create unforgettable memories with the RPI Group!

Below, we have included a list of RPI Group platforms, posters, and courses that will be presented at the conference. Visit our Battelle hub for more detailed information on RPI group offerings at this year’s Battelle conference.

The full online program is now available directly on the Battelle website

For those who cannot attend (someone must keep things running), we’ll make our posters and presentations available after the conference.

Platform Topics

Designing a Treatment Solution Using Quantitative High Resolution Site Characterization Data to Determine Life Cycle Mass Flux and Discharge

Combined In Situ Treatment Methods and Technologies Reduce Mass at Large DNAPL Solvent Site

Legacy Liability to Managed Closure: Performance-Based Characterization and Remediation

GWQS Achieved in Fractured Bedrock at a TCE Release Site in the Passaic Formation

Chlorinated Solvent Daughter Product Management and Remediation Using an Activated Carbon Based Injectate

Sustainable High Resolution/Remediation Design Characterization Allows Optimization of Future In Situ Remediation Footprint

Using Multiple HRSC Technologies to Develop a Detailed CSM for a Complex Fractured Bedrock Site

Identification of Mobile, Residual and Entrapped LNAPL Using Laser-Induced Fluorescence as a Line of Evidence

Natural Source Zone Depletion and the Activated Carbon Remedy: Friend or Foe

Installation of A Successful Activated Carbon Based Permeable Reactive Barrier for Petroleum Hydrocarbons and 1,2-DCA

Permeable Reactive Transects for Treatment of Hexavalent Chromium in Varied Geology

LNAPL Remediation in Bedrock: Combining MPE and Injection of a Carbon-Based Remedial Amendment

Degradation of 1,4-Dioxane and CVOC Mixtures by CAT 100 in Bench Tests

Significant Return on Investment Achieved by Successfully Remediating a Challenging Chlorinated Solvent Site

Advances in the Characterization and Remediation of LNAPL-Contaminated Sites: Insights from a Collaborative Effort

Hazardous is the New Clean: Contaminant Management Supported Redevelopment

Evaluation Of CAT 100-Induced Sequestration, Reductive Dechlorination, And Biodegradation Of A Mixture Of Chlorinated Solvents, PFAS, And 1,4-Dioxane

Overcoming Implementability Challenges: Activated Carbon Slurry PRB Installation to Prevent LNAPL Migration to Surface Water Body

For more information such as time & presenter visit our Battelle hub.

Poster Presentation Topics

In Situ Remediation of DNAPL Source and Plume at an Active Industrial Facility with Innovative Enhanced Reductive Dichlorination Technology

Activated Carbon-Based Amendments Address DNAPL Source Area and Reduce Mass Flux via Permeable Reactive Barrier

Design Considerations and Field Techniques for In Situ Injection of Modified Clay for PFAS Remediation

Demonstration of Distribution of Activated Carbon in Fine-Grained Geology by High-Energy, High-Flow Techniques Resulting in

BTEX and Naphthalene Concentration Decreases in Soils Leading to Regulatory Closure: No Further Action

An Examination of Field Data to Assess Activated Carbon Injection Effectiveness in Hydrocarbon Remediation

ZVI and Activated Carbon Integration Led to the Emergence of the Synergy Sought but not Found in ZVI Mixtures

“Trouble in the Rubble” to Broadway Station, Denver’s Gates Rubber Site Becomes Home for Coloradans: A Denver Urban Success Story

Role of Sequence Stratigraphy in In Situ Remediation of LNAPL Contamination: A Case Study from the Los Angeles Basin, California

From LNAPL to Beyond: Elimination of Significant LNAPL and BTEX Resulting from a Leaking Aboveground Storage Tank while Overcoming Refusal Using BOS 200+™

The Centrality of Physical Spaces to Sustained, Abundant Microbial Populations in Bioremediation

High-Energy Injection of Activated Carbon Slurry for In Situ Remediation: A Case Study from Australia

For more information such as time & presenter visit our Battelle hub.

Short Course Offerings

How to Strategize on Site Investigation, In Situ Remediation and Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA)-Natural Source Zone Depletion (NSZD): Addressing Subsurface Heterogeneity throughout the Project Lifecycle

ITRC Guidance: Implementing Advanced Site Characterization Tools

For more information such as time & presenter visit our Battelle hub.


What’s New with RPI Group?

Advances in the Characterisation and Remediation of Sites Contaminated with Petroleum Hydrocarbons

The book gathers the most important advances in the management of sites contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons. It focuses on the current state of practice in LNAPL characterization and remediation. Its goal is to provide information and a framework to support improved remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons (PHCs).

Editors: Jonás García-Rincón, Evangelos Gatsios, Robert J. Lenhard, Estella A. Atekwana, Ravi Naidu

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