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MSECA Hosts Special Webinar Presentation

Author: Dane Menke
Date: June 4, 2015

We are pleased to announce that Jeremy Birnstingl, Vice President of Environmental Technology at REGENESIS, will be presenting a live webinar as a guest speaker for the Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association (MSECA) on Thursday, June 18, 2015.

During this webinar, Dr. Birnstingl will provide an overview of PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon, a new in situ technology that quickly captures contaminants and accelerates biodegradation while drastically shortening the timeframes for reaching groundwater treatment goals. He will also share the latest data from the lab and field regarding contaminant sorption and biodegradation that are possible with this groundbreaking technology.

To get the details on this presentation and to sign up, please use the button click here.

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Featured Speaker

Jeremy Birnstingl Ph.D., B.Sc., MSEE, CEnvr

Vice President of Environmental Technology, REGENESIS
Dr. Birnstingl holds a Ph.D. in bioremediation with 25 years professional experience in the remediation sector. He directs the worldwide technology development and acquisition efforts of Regenesis, overseeing new product commercialization efforts and operating as a senior technical director on key remediation projects involving advanced in situ technologies. Before taking on his present global Regenesis role, Dr. Birnstingl served as the founding Managing Director of Regenesis in Europe, responsible for establishing technical and administrative teams across the continent within multiple legislative regimes and operating currencies.

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About MSECA

MSECA was established to advance the field of environmental consulting by improving the professional competence of its members through education and dissemination of information related to technical developments, regulations, training, and codes, all pertaining to environmental protection. Collectively they represent hundreds of professional consultants along with vendors and suppliers to the environmental consulting community.