Remediation Solutions at Battelle

Platforms, Posters and Special Event at the Upcoming Chlorinated Conference

We are pleased to announce that REGENESIS will be at the upcoming Battelle Twelfth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds on May 22-26, 2022 in Palm Springs, California. To learn more about remediation solutions for your project, visit us at booth 523; attend our platforms where we’ll be presenting and chairing sessions; and say hello to our poster presenters.

Meet with us at Battelle

You’ll have the opportunity to learn the latest information about remediation solutions, including:

  • Low-cost in situ remediation of PFAS with colloidal activated carbon
  • The benefits of sulfidated zero-valent iron
  • PetroFix™, an activated carbon remediation technology to treat petroleum hydrocarbons

Platform Chairs and Presenters

Craig Sandefur

VP of Remedial Applications Development

Session Chair
Remedial Design/Optimization: Applications of Mass Flux and Mass Discharge
Mon., May 23rd, Session C1

A Comparison of In-Well Flux Tools to Conventional Approaches to Determine Groundwater Flow for Successful Design of In-Situ Treatment Zones
Wed., May 25th, Session H4

Improving Remedial Outcomes: Lessons Learned from Pre-Application Assessments at 50 Sites
Wed., May 25th, Session C7

Jeremy Birnstingl, PhD

VP of Environmental Technology

Combining Field Experience with Modelling for Engineering Management of In Situ Activated Carbon Remedial Installations
Tues., May 24th, Session C3


Kristen Thoreson, PhD

VP of Quality and Process Improvement

Session Chair
Injectable Activated Carbon Amendments: Lessons Learned and Best Practices
Wed., May 25th, Session B5

John Freim, PhD

Director of Materials Science

Performance Advantages Provided by the Combined Use of Sulfidated Zero Valent Iron and Other Synergistic Remediation
Wed., May 25th, Session B6

Dan Nunez

West Region Manager

Session Chair
Innovations in ZVI Amendment Formulations and Applications
Wed., May 25th, Session B6


Paul Erickson, PhD

Director of Research and Development

Session Chair
PFAS: Groundwater Treatment Case Studies
Wed., May 25th, Session F5

Ryan Moore

Senior Technical Manager

PFAS Reductions in Groundwater Maintained below EGLE’s Proposed MCLs for 2.5 Years by Colloidal Activated Carbon Barrier at a Michigan National Guard Site
Thurs., May 26th, Session E8

Keith Gaskill

Senior Design Specialist

Use of a Horizontal Colloidal Activated Carbon Permeable Reactive Barrier to Control Vertical Mass Loading into a Sandstone Aquifer
Thurs., May 26th, Session A5


Ryan Miller

Land Science East Region Manager

Session Chair
Vapor Intrusion Risk Assessment and Site Management
Thurs., May 26th, Session F9


Andrew Kavanagh, POSTER, Furthering Hydrologic Characterization by Visual Mapping of Injection Data
Mon., May 23rd, 4:30-6:30pm

Todd Herrington, POSTER, Busting through to Closure Standards on Hydrocarbon Plumes with a Microscale-Activated Carbon with Soluble Electron Acceptors
Mon., May 23rd, 4:30-6:30pm

Jeremy Birnstingl, PhD, POSTER, Long-Term Fate of Non-Degradable Contaminants Adsorbed to Injectable Activated Carbon in Source Treatments: Impacts of Natural Weathering
Mon., May 23rd, 4:30-6:30pm

Maureen Dooley, POSTER, Adapting a Remedy to Achieve Site Closure for a Challenging, Century-Old, New York Brownfield Site
Mon., May 23rd, 4:30-6:30pm

John Freim, PhD, POSTER, Best Practices for the Design and Dosing of Permeable Reactive Barriers Incorporating Sulfidated Zero Valent Iron
Mon., May 23rd, 4:30-6:30pm

Glenn Iosue, POSTER, Immediate and Effective PFAS Treatment in Bedrock Aquifer at a Hazardous Site
Wed., May 25th, 4:30-6:30pm

Kristen Thoreson, PhD, POSTER, Performance Testing of a New Vapor Barrier Comprising a Metalized Film Membrane
Wed., May 25th, 4:30-6:30pm

Maureen Dooley, POSTER, Green Remediation Benefits Lead to Multi-Phase, In Situ Activated Carbon Treatments at New York Brownfield Site
Wed., May 25th, 4:30-6:30pm

Gareth Leonard, POSTER, Installation, Commissioning and Operation of an Injectable In Situ Permeable Reactive Barrier to Prevent the Advection of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances at a UK Airport
Wed., May 25th, 4:30-6:30pm

Craig Sandefur, POSTER, Characterization of Heterogeneous Treatment Zones Using Direct Mass Flux Measurements
Wed., May 25th, 4:30-6:30pm

Ryan Moore, POSTER, Eliminating Contaminant Flux through Combined Sorption-Enhanced Anaerobic Bioremediation and In Situ Chemical Reduction Treatment in a Barrier
Wed., May 25th, 4:30-6:30pm

Paul Erickson, PhD, POSTER, A New Passive Contaminant Flux Measurement Device: Development and Testing
Wed., May 25th, 4:30-6:30pm

Presentations featuring REGENESIS Products

Cecile B. Ottosen, Technical University of Denmark, PLATFORM, Assessment of an Integrated Approach to Evaluate Biodegradation after Injection of Activated Carbon and Bioamendments
Tues., May 24th, Session C4

Teri McMillan, EA Engineering, PLATFORM, Site Assessment, Design Considerations, and Performance Results from a Colloidal Activated Carbon Barrier Application at a Large Chlorinated Plume in Texas
Wed., May 25th, Session B5

Dr. Marco Petrangeli Papini, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, PLATFORM, Management of a PCE Plume in an Urban Area with Complex Hydrogeological Settings Using a Combined Strategy with Physical, Chemical, Biological and Natural Processes
Wed., May 25th, Session A4

Tracey Tapley, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, PLATFORM, Micro-Scale Carbon Injections Utilized to Address Residual Hydrocarbon Concentrations at Three North Carolina Sites
Wed., May 25th, Session G5

Don’t miss Hops and Props 2!

  • Live Performance by Flashback Heart Attack
  • Local Craft Beer and Food
  • Fighter Pilot-Led Tours
  • Access to a ‘Living History of Flight’
  • Concert T-Shirt
  • Bus Transportation Provided To and From the Event