Getting a Bigger Bang for Your Buck:
Real-Time Data Collection And Interpretation
To Improve Decision-Making
November 19, 2008
The Publick House, Sturbridge, MA
November 20, 2008
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NH DES), Concord, NH
The Massachusetts LSP Board approved this workshop for 6 technical continuing education credits under course #1370.
For additional information, please see the brochure [PDF]
||Registration and Continental Breakfast
Welcome and Introductions
Jennifer Griffith - NEWMOA
Real-Time Data Collection and Interpretation: "Why is it Important" [PDF]
Stephen Dyment - U.S. EPA
Collection of Real-time Data to Optimize Subsurface Investigations [PDF]
Matt Ednie - Northeast Regional Manager, ZEBRA
- Membrane Interface Probe (MIP)
- Electrical Conductivity (EC)
- Hydraulic Profiling Tool (HPT)
- Cone Penetrometer Testing (CPT)
Brad Carlson - Direct Sensing Specialist, ZEBRA
Real World Integration of Real Time Data Sets: A Case Study [PDF]
Matthew Ruf - Director of Direct-Push Services, S2C2 Inc.
- Direct-Sensing Tools
- Mobile Laboratory
- Data Visualization
Search and Destroy Program: Transition from Advanced Site Characterization to Remediation [PDF]
Mike Mazzarese - Manager, Vironex, Inc.
- Socus on the coupling of advanced site characterization techniques with targeted remedial injection design
- How to design a proper in situ injection pilot test before full scale implementation
Equipment Demonstrations (in the field)
There will be three sessions of 30-minutes each.
Field Analysis Methods (exhibit hall)
- S2C2 Inc.
- Vironex, Inc.
- ZEBRA Environmental Corp.
- Test Kits
- AQR Color-Tec
- CAPE Technologies
- XDS (Concord, NH only)
- Site Lab (Concord, NH only)
State Regulatory Perspective and Discussion
November 19: Representatives from CT, MA, RI (comments [PDF])
November 20: Representatives from ME, MA (comments [PDF]), NH (comments [PDF]), VT