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Enhanced In-Situ Bioremediation (EISB) Workshop

October 5, 2010
Westford Regency, Westford, MA
October 6, 2010
Gold Eagle Restaurant, Dayville, CT

9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:15 Welcome, Logistics, and Introductory Remarks
Jennifer Griffith, NEWMOA
9:30 Enhanced In-Situ Bioremediation (EISB): How to Assess if it Can Work at Your Site [PDF]
Doug Larson, Geosyntec
  • Overview of key microbiological processes
  • Applicable contaminants
  • Implementation strategies for EISB
  • Hydro-geology and Geochemistry
  • Typical remediation timeframes
10:30 Break
10:45 Development of Remedial Goals Based on Mass Discharge Reductions [PDF]
Grant Carey, Porewater Solutions & ITRC
  • Principles of Source Treatment
  • Concepts of Mass Flux and Mass Discharge
  • Typical Reductions in Mass Discharge and Case Studies
  • Use of Mass Discharge as a Remedial Goal for Source Zone Remediation
11:30 Conceptual System Design [PDF]
Ryan Wymore, CDM
  • Data Needs - Site Characterization
  • Data Needs - Bench Testing, Loadings, and Bacteria Addition
  • Development of preliminary injection strategy
  • Monitoring needs
12:30 Lunch (provided)
1:15 Combining Advanced Site Diagnostics with In-Situ Microcosm Studies to Optimize Bioremediation Remedy Selection [PDF]
Matt Burns, WSP Group
  • Overview of shortcomings of traditional data used to support biodegradation
  • Fast, cost-effective evaluation of proposed remedies
  • Advanced diagnostics discussed include: qPCR, PLFA, DGGE, SIP, and CSIA
1:45 Implementation Design & System Operation [PDF]
Mike Marley, XDD
  • Impacts of Geology and Site Logistics
  • Delivery System Options
  • Case Studies
3:00 Break
3:15 Determining Success & Lessons Learned [PDF]
Ryan Wymore, CDM
  • Realistic Project Goals
  • System Optimization
  • Case Studies
4:00 Adjourn



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