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September 24, 2020 – Potential Harms from Common Technologies During Remedial Action
Thursday, September 24, 2020, 2:45 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
Category: Events

Check-in: 2:45pm
Course: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Online via GoToWebinar

Instructors:


Howard Nichols, PE
AKRF, INC.


Mete Talimcioglu, PhD, PE, CGWP, LSRP
First Environment
    
Description:
    
In order to meet remedial action timeframes, LSRPs and environmental professionals select, design, and implement remedial actions. The remedial action workplan process is intended to ensure that the selected remediation technology is adequate to treat impacted media, and that potential negative impacts do not occur as a result. In-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO), chemical reduction (ISCR), bioremediation and air sparging (AS) all can successfully remediate site impacts; however, care must be taken to implement these technologies correctly, as designed, and in careful consideration of the synergies that may be created by injecting or extracting fluids/gasses or chemical reagents interacting with the subsurface. This presentation will discuss unintended negative consequences potentially associated with common remediation technologies to help attendees determine that the “right” remedial technology can be implemented without negatively impacting sensitive receptors.

Credits:

  • LSRPs: 2.0 Technical CECs
  • Attorneys: 2.4 CLEs
  • Professional Engineers: 2.0 CPCs

Course Number: 2020-027

Registration Fees:

  • $110 - LSRPA Members and Associate Members
  • $210 – Non-Members

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Thank You to Our Event Sponsor

Pace Analytical® Services, LLC makes the world a safer, healthier place. Founded in 1978 to provide high quality, comprehensive analytical testing and emergency disaster response services for a broad range of environmental concerns, the company has since expanded to address the needs of the life science industries. Pace has also leveraged its expertise in the areas of regulatory consulting, facility certifications, lab instrument services, and staffing augmentation to provide new capabilities to the onsite labs of its clients. With a network of laboratories across the United States, Pace is nationally certified to provide a full range of services and does so with the highest degree of quality and value. Pace delivers science better. Learn more at Pacelabs.com.

 


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