Last year we provided our slightly-nerdy webinar series on Environmental Site Investigation & Remediation.
The “nerds return” again this year, and they will share with you their experiences with some of the innovative and, in some cases, new investigative and remediation tools. As you will learn in these two free webinars, new/innovative isn’t always improved. In the two 45-minute webinars, we will share our experience using some of these innovative approaches at several sites in both the United States and Canada.
NOTE: You can view these recorded webinars on Dragun’s YouTube Channel
Recent Developments in Site Investigations (Webinar #1)
In our first webinar, we’ll discuss how investigative tools, such as the Membrane Interface Probe (MIP), Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF), Cone Penetration Testing (CPT), and Hydraulic Profile Tool (HPT), can provide real-time data. We’ll also discuss how we use passive soil gas and environmental isotopes to more effectively characterize the extent and magnitude of contamination. Finally, we’ll discuss why site conditions play a key role in choosing the right investigative tools.
March 10, 2016 ♦(Reprise: April 1, 2016 10:30 to 11:30 am EDT)♦
1:00 to 1:45 pm
Presenters: Christopher Paré CPG, P.Geo. and Dr. Michael Sklash, P.Eng.
Sign Up: To join us for our March 10th webinar, complete the form below. You will receive webinar login information the day prior to the scheduled webinar. If you have a specific question, please use the comment box below, and we will do our best to (confidentially) address this during the webinar.
Recent Developments in Site Remediation (Webinar #2)
In our second webinar, we’ll discuss the latest in the application of in situ technologies, such as Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) and bioremediation. We’ll also discuss how to address High Strength Source Areas and new approaches to Plume Capture (beyond groundwater pump-and-treat).
Date: March 15, 2016
Time: 1:00 to 1:45 pm Eastern Time
Presenters: Matthew Schroeder, P.E. and Andrew Tymec P.Eng.
Sign up: To join us for our March 15th webinar, complete the form below. You will receive login information the day prior to the scheduled webinar. If you have a specific question you would like us to address, please use the comment box below and we will do our best to (confidentially) address this during the webinar.