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Combining Technologies to Improve Remedial Outcomes Workshop

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Quinebaug Valley Community College
742 Upper Maple Street
Danielson, CT
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center
50 Warren Street
Lowell, MA
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Fireside Inn and Suites
25 Airport Road
Lebanon, NH

Please join the Northeast Waste Management Officials' Association (NEWMOA) for a Combining Technologies to Improve Remedial Outcomes workshop in collaboration with the EPA Technology Innovation and Field Services Division.



Travel Informationwww.newmoa.org/events/travel.cfm?m=295 

Sponsorship Opportunities Available - Click Here to Learn More!
More than one remedial approach is often necessary to achieve remedial action objectives and reach site closure. Different tools may be the most suitable to address the various contaminant phases/concentrations in the ‘compartments’ present at the same site. Adaptive, flexible, iterative, and attentive approaches are essential to achieving results, whether using one tool or combining several. Combining remedies is not limited to large sites. Small to medium-sized sites like dry cleaners, gas stations, and home heating oil tanks may be particularly suitable for the use of different technologies to address sources and dissolved phase plumes.
This workshop will provide information on planning and implementing various remedial technologies in combination including:
  • Site characterization & conceptual site model (CSM)
  • Reagent delivery
  • Thermal remediation
  • In-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO)
  • In-situ chemical reduction (ISCR)
  • Bioremediation
  • Surfactants & oxidants
  • In-situ carbon injection

Presenters include:

  • Gorm Heron, Cascade/TerraTherm
  • Jim Cummings, EPA
  • Dan Socci, EthicalChem
  • Paul Dombrowski, ISOTEC
  • Jay Romano, Redox-Tech
  • Maureen Dooley, Regenisis
  • Matt Burns, WSP
  • Mike Marley, XDD

Continuing Education Credits: NEWMOA has applied for at least 5.5 continuing education credits (CECs) for CT LEPs, Mass LSPs, and NJ LSRPs and will post course numbers when approval is received. There is a $50 fee to obtain CT LEP, Mass LSP, and/or NJ LSRP CECs - make sure to choose "Private Sector (with CEC)" as your participant type when registering so this fee is included in a single registration payment. Please let us know which type of credits you need when registering. If you want only a general attendance certificate you do not need to pay the extra fee. Review NEWMOA's Continuing Education Attendance Procedures prior to the workshop.

The registration fee is $200 (or $250 if CT, MA, and/or NJ CECs are needed) with a reduced rate of $50 for government officials, non-profit staff, and academic researchers. Continental breakfast and lunch are provided.

Sponsorship Opportunities Available - Click Here to Learn More!

NEWMOA is committed to serving all people - when registering to attend, please note any special needs in the "Requests" text box.



Travel Informationwww.newmoa.org/events/travel.cfm?m=295 


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