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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
and
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]

Agenda
9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:30 Welcome and Introductions
Jennifer Griffith - NEWMOA
9:45 Real-Time Data Collection and Interpretation: "Why is it Important" [PDF]
Stephen Dyment - U.S. EPA
10:30 Collection of Real-time Data to Optimize Subsurface Investigations [PDF]
  • Membrane Interface Probe (MIP)
  • Electrical Conductivity (EC)
  • Hydraulic Profiling Tool (HPT)
  • Cone Penetrometer Testing (CPT)
Matt Ednie - Northeast Regional Manager, ZEBRA
Brad Carlson - Direct Sensing Specialist, ZEBRA
11:00 Break
11:15 Real World Integration of Real Time Data Sets: A Case Study [PDF]
  • Direct-Sensing Tools
  • Mobile Laboratory
  • Data Visualization
Matthew Ruf - Director of Direct-Push Services, S2C2 Inc.
11:45 Search and Destroy Program: Transition from Advanced Site Characterization to Remediation [PDF]
  • 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
Mike Mazzarese - Manager, Vironex, Inc.
12:15 Lunch (provided)
1:00 Equipment Demonstrations (in the field)
There will be three sessions of 30-minutes each.
  • S2C2 Inc.
  • Vironex, Inc.
  • ZEBRA Environmental Corp.
Field Analysis Methods (exhibit hall)
  • Test Kits
    • AQR Color-Tec
    • CAPE Technologies
    • XDS (Concord, NH only)
    • Site Lab (Concord, NH only)
  • Hand-Held
    • Innov-X
    • Niton
3:00 Break
3:15 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
4:00 Adjourn

 

 

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