April McGuire: Project Engineer for Roux

By working with various teams to design and complete projects that help reduce a development’s impact on the environment, and by producing results that exceed client expectations, April McGuire, Project Engineer for Roux receives a “double dose” of satisfaction from her work. She shares, “Working with other intelligent and passionate people in the Roux Long Beach office on complex sites, delivering on projects, and making clients happy is what it’s all about.” In her current role, she manages various types of projects, including remediation, site investigations, and vapor intrusion mitigation system designs.

 

April McGuire: Project Engineer for Roux

 

 

PlumeStop Effectively Degrades Contaminants to Lead Northern California Site to NFA Status

PlumeStop Effectively Degrades Contaminants to Lead Northern California Site to NFA Status

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This case study reviews one of the original PlumeStop® pilot tests for
in-situ groundwater treatment of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (CVOCs or chlorinated solvents) at a former dry cleaner location in Marina, California. REGENESIS treated the CVOCs using a novel, sorption-enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) approach. This approach consisted of immediate sorption followed by the sequential elimination of chlorine from the CVOC molecules, transforming them into non-toxic end products such as ethene, carbon dioxide, and chloride.

 

PlumeStop Effectively Degrades Contaminants to Lead Northern California Site to NFA Status

 

 

Turn Polluted Aquifers into Purifying Filters with PlumeStop

PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon is a break-through groundwater remediation technology that reduces dissolved phase contaminant plumes in days. Composed of extremely fine particles of activated carbon (1‐2μm) suspended in water through a proprietary dispersion chemistry, PlumeStop flows into the subsurface at low pressure and achieves consistent, reliable distribution – a capability unlike any other form of activated carbon used for groundwater remediation today.

Turn Polluted Aquifers into Purifying Filters with PlumeStop
 

Webinar with Matt Burns Showcasing Proven Methods for Saving Time and Money

Webinar with Matt Burns Showcasing Proven Methods for Saving Time and Money

In this webinar we were pleased to have as a special guest speaker Matt Burns, Technical Director of Environmental Services for WSP. His presentation discussed proven methods for saving time and money using in-situ activated carbon remediation. He was joined by Maureen Dooley, Director of Strategic Projects at REGENESIS

 

About the Presenters:

Matt Burns
Technical Director of Environmental Services, WSP

Matt Burns is a Technical Fellow and the U.S. Contaminated Land National Service Line Director for WSP, with more than 25 years of professional chemistry and engineering experience. He is based Boston, Massachusetts and is responsible for the financial and technical depth and breadth of the contaminated land (site investigation and remediation) service line. Matt also brings chemical and microbial process expertise to assist local WSP teams with challenging investigation and remediation projects in the U.S. and across the globe. His area of expertise includes practical application of microbial and chemistry-based innovative remediation. He has authored numerous publications and conference platform presentations and is a frequent lecturer at continuing education workshops and webinars.

 

Maureen Dooley
Director of Strategic Projects, REGENESIS

Maureen Dooley has over twenty five years experience in the environmental industry including project management, research and development, senior technical oversight, remedial design and laboratory management. Ms. Dooley’s current position is the Director of Strategic Projects for REGENESIS. In her current role at REGENESIS, she provides technical leadership for complex soil and groundwater remediation projects throughout North America, as well as remediation design, strategy, and business development in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada.

Petroleum Hydrocarbons Treated with PetroFix at Former Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Edenton Site is the 3rd NAAS Site Successfully Treated with PetroFix

Petroleum Hydrocarbons Treated with PetroFix at Former Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Edenton Site is the 3rd NAAS Site Successfully Treated with PetroFix

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This video showcases the former Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Edenton, the third Naval Auxiliary Air Station site successfully treated with PetroFix. In order to quickly close the site, the responsible party has chosen PetroFix to reduce contaminants to below North Carolina groundwater quality standards. The micron-scale liquid carbon amendment was chosen because it was the most cost-effective, easy-to-apply solution to treat the petroleum hydrocarbons in groundwater.

Petroleum Hydrocarbons Treated with PetroFix at Former Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Edenton Site is the 3rd NAAS Site Successfully Treated with PetroFix

 

Apply Activated Carbon Under Low Pressure to Treat Petroleum Hydrocarbons

PetroFix is an activated carbon remediation technology that is easily injected in situ under low pressure, distributes in the subsurface without fracturing, and includes electron acceptors to stimulate biodegradation of petroleum contaminants in soil and groundwater. This cost-effective technology is designed to remediate petroleum spills and provide immediate results for gas station and UST sites. It works with the PetroFix Design Assistant™, an online design tool that enables users to individually tailor their site designs and self-apply PetroFix.

Newly Released Webinar Provides Guidance for In-Situ Remediation at Fractured Bedrock Sites

Newly Released Webinar Provides Guidance for In-Situ Remediation at Fractured Bedrock Sites

This webinar covers the challenges of the treatment within bedrock aquifers and discusses appropriate resources to help with the design of site investigations for fractured bedrock sites, enabling the deployment of robust in-situ remediation strategies. Jack Shore, UK and Scandinavia District Manager for REGENESIS, explains how a range of technologies can be used to overcome these challenges; focusing on in-situ anaerobic and aerobic biological degradation, sorption using micron-scale colloidal activated carbon, enhanced desorption coupled with vacuum extraction and in-situ chemical oxidation.
Newly Released Webinar Provides Guidance for In-Situ Remediation at Fractured Bedrock Sites

 

About the Presenter:


Jack Shore
District Manager, UK & Scandinavia, REGENESIS

Jack Shore is the REGENESIS Technical Manager in the UK and Scandinavia and is based out of the REGENESIS office in Bath, UK. As part of this role, he manages a team providing technical support and design work to our engineering and consulting firm clients. Jack has over 10 years of experience within the remediation industry and most recently has successfully implemented the first injection of PlumeStop to effectively stabilize a PFAS plume in Europe. His experience ranges from supervising site investigations, developing in-situ remediation designs, and managing large-scale remediation projects with multiple stakeholders.
Webinar with Matt Burns Showcasing Proven Methods for Saving Time and Money

 

 

 

Webinar with PFAS Industry Expert, Dr. Grant Carey Presenting on PlumeStop Longevity

Webinar with PFAS Industry Expert, Dr. Grant Carey Presenting on PlumeStop Longevity

In this webinar we were pleased to have as a special guest speaker Grant Carey, Ph.D., President of Porewater Solutions. His presentation discussed PlumeStop longevity for in-situ PFAS plume treatment. He was joined by Ryan Moore, PFAS Program Manager at REGENESIS, who discussed in-situ treatment of PFAS using colloidal activated carbon to eliminate PFAS risk at a low cost.
Webinar with PFAS Industry Expert, Dr. Grant Carey Presenting on PlumeStop Longevity

 

About the Presenters:


Grant Carey, Ph.D.
President, Porewater Solutions

Dr. Grant Carey is President of Porewater Solutions, and is an expert in mathematical modeling, NAPL characterization, and environmental forensics, with a focus on both litigation and regulatory projects. Dr. Carey has a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Guelph, and has developed industry-leading modeling and visualization software including In-Situ Remediation (ISR-MT3DMS) for optimizing remediation and modeling diffusion-dominated transport, as well as Visual Bio, the NAPL Depletion Model, Vapor-2D, BioRedox-MT3DMS, and the Remediation ToolKit which includes SEQUENCE, BioTrends, and BioTracker.

 

 

Ryan Moore
PFAS Program Manager, REGENESIS

Ryan Moore has 20 years of experience as an environmental project manager and laboratory account executive relating to multimedia contamination sites throughout the U.S. His experience focused on site investigations of soil and groundwater contamination, corrective action evaluations, operation & maintenance of remediation systems, large soil removal remedial projects, in situ groundwater and soil treatment, vapor intrusion assessments, environmental laboratory operations such as QA/QC evaluations, data interpretations, and business development. Ryan holds a B.S. of Environmental Studies from Manchester College, North Manchester, IN.

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