- New Technical Bulletin, in which we discuss the sorptive capacity of PlumeStop®, a new technology that rapidly reduces groundwater contaminant concentrations
- Case study detailing the use of in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) to remediate BTEX and MTBE at a Superfund site in Arizona
- Special information about our state of the art Commercial Lab Services
- Get to know REGENESIS Research Associate Melinda Pham in our Employee Spotlight
- Upcoming Industry Events
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REGENESIS recently sent out their June 2015 e-Newsletter. Featured topics included ISCO Reagent Selection – What Your Site Might be Telling You, Treating Benzene and Diesel to Non-Detect in One Month, and New PlumeStop™ Technical Bulletins on Distribution, Biodegradation and Regeneration. In case you missed it, you can check out the full archived version by clicking here.
Jeremy Birnstingl, Vice President of Environmental Technology at REGENESIS, shared an exciting presentation during a recent webinar in association with MSECA, highlighting new PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon technology. PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon is a new in situ technology by REGENESIS that quickly captures contaminants and accelerates biodegradation, while drastically shortening the timeframes for reaching groundwater treatment goals.
Dr. Birnstingl provided an overview of PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon, principal technology features and site usage, along with case studies. PlumeStop was shown to successfully reduce and eliminate a wide range of contaminants, including petroleum hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents. Watch the full presentation below to learn more about this highly sorbable reagent and see data and results directly from the field.
Learn more about PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon: plumestop.com
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.
Jeremy Birnstingl Ph.D., B.Sc., MSEE, CEnvr
Vice President of Environmental Technology, REGENESIS
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.
While enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) has become an accepted and successful remediation approach, these projects are often not as simple as they might seem. In order to achieve optimal performance at ERD sites, project managers need to carefully consider the strategic planning, design and injection of electron donor materials and specialized bioaugmentation cultures into targeted areas.
This new webinar event will feature a presentation from Mr. Steven Sittler, a recognized, Senior Project Manager at KERAMIDA Inc., and his experiences optimizing ERD at a number of recent commercial sites. He will be discussing the challenges, strategy and planning that went into some of his projects as well as highlighting successful sites where he biodegraded cVOCs such as tetrachloroethene (PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE) within 8-12 months. Mr. Sittler will also address the topic of daughter products, what role they play in the ERD process and their effective treatment.
Please join us for this webinar on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time, during which Mr. Sittler will discuss the following topics:
- Fundamentals of Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination (ERD)
- Keys to developing successful ERD injection designs (using both electron donors and bioaugmentation cultures)
- Pre-injection sampling recommendations
- Proper injection techniques and procedures
- Daughter products and how to deal with them
- Case histories of successful ERD applications
Mr. Barry Poling, Central Region Manager at REGENESIS, will also provide his insights on how REGENESIS Solutions can be used to achieve ERD.
To learn more and sign up for the webinar, please click here.
About the Consultant
KERAMIDA Inc. is an engineering and consulting firm that serves industries, businesses, cities, and governments worldwide. They provide strategy and implementation services in: Sustainability, Green House Gases, Energy, Environmental Compliance, Remediation, Environmental Due Diligence, Brownfield Redevelopment, Plant Decommissioning, Health & Safety, Training, Risk Management, and ISO Management Systems. Established in 1988, KERAMIDA is headquartered in the historic Lockerbie Square district of Indianapolis, Indiana. The firm employs over 70 technical experts and support personnel in offices throughout the U.S., including Chicago, IL; Pittsburgh, PA; New York, NY; Los Angeles, CA, Sacramento, CA. KERAMIDA’s many principals have worked for over 25 years in the sustainability, environmental, health & safety, and remediation arenas, and are recognized leaders in their fields. Their engineers, scientists, and planners are renowned for delivering creative, integrated EHS solutions to a broad range of clients throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Back by popular demand! REGENESIS is hosting an encore presentation of the “Introduction to PlumeStop Colloidal Biomatrix for In Situ Groundwater Remediation” webinar on Wednesday, December 17 at 11 a.m. PST. This innovative, new technology allows groundwater remediation practitioners to rapidly capture dissolved-phase contaminants then biodegrade them within its unique colloidal biomatrix-based materials.
Dr. Jeremy Birnstingl, vice president of environmental technology at Regenesis, will address the following topics:
- Purpose of the technology – why it is needed, what it contributes
- The core innovations of the technology – what’s novel and what’s new
- The underpinning science – dispersion, rapid contaminant capture and accelerated bio-destruction
- Performance data – laboratory and field
- Appropriate product use scenarios
- Frequently asked questions
To register for the webinar, click here.
PlumeStop (left) v. Powdered Activated Carbon
REGENESIS is pleased to announce our latest webinar presentation: An Introduction to PlumeStop™ Colloidal Biomatrix for In Situ Groundwater Remediation. The webinar will be held Wednesday, July 23 at 11:00 am PDT.
Dr. Jeremy Birnstingl, Vice President – Environmental Technology at Regenesis, will provide an overview of the PlumeStop technology, including performance data from both the laboratory and the field. He will also discuss typical use scenarios to address common subsurface remediation challenges.
Dr. Birnstingl will address the following:
• Purpose of the technology – why it is needed, what it contributes
• The core innovations of the technology – what’s novel and what’s new
• The underpinning science – dispersion, rapid contaminant capture and accelerated bio-destruction
• Performance data – laboratory and field
• Appropriate product use scenarios
• Frequently asked questions
To register for this webinar, click here.
Join REGENESIS Remediation Technologies for an informative, complimentary webinar on the subject of chlorinated solvent groundwater remediation using enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD).
This compelling, data-driven and technically based webinar presentation will be given by Doug Davis, Central Regional Technical Services Manager for REGENESIS. Mr. Davis will provide a systematic review of various on-going and recently completed ERD projects with the intent of answering several of the most common questions asked regarding these unique projects including:
- How long does it take?
- How much does it cost?
- What about daughter product formation?
- Is in-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) an option?
This informative groundwater remediation webinar event will take place on:
Tuesday, January 14
11 am – 12 pm Pacific Time
This webinar is free-of-charge, courtesy of REGENESIS.
To register, please click here. For more information about the presenter, Doug Davis, please visit our website.
REGENESIS and Land Science Technologies regularly host a range of unique webinar events designed to provide remediation professionals with timely and valuable industry specific information. An archive of these webinars is available for viewing as your schedule allows. Recent remediation and vapor intrusion mitigation webinars include:
- Surviving Vapor Intrusion: Practical Solutions to Manage Legal Liability and Close Sites courtesy of Land Science Technologies, courtesy of Land Science Technologies
- Contaminant Desorption and Enhanced Recovery for Bound Hydrocarbon Removal using PetroCleanze®
- Remediation Field Studies Evaluating the Effectiveness of Catalyzed Persulfate (PersulfOx™) vs. Base-Activated Persulfate
- Optimizing Remediation at Service Station Sites through Field Application and Performance Monitoring (USA)
- An Introduction to PersulfOx (Catalyzed Persulfate)
To access these webinars, click here.
Navigating the range of remediation products available to treat contaminated sites can be a challenge. REGENESIS has created a “Range of Treatable Contaminants” reference guide to provide environmental remediation professionals with a quick screen as to which technologies are best suited for their groundwater or soil remediation sites.
REGENESIS offers a range of ISCO, ISCR, Aerobic Biodegradation and Anaerobic Biodegradation products that treat a broad range of groundwater contaminants from petroleum hydrocarbons, such as BTEX and MTBE, to chlorinated solvents and pesticides.
You can access this reference guide above or by clicking here.