Leading Technical Remediation Experts at Battelle 2019

Remediation professionals from REGENESIS will be presenting on a wide range of topics from in situ remedies for PFAS, to geology’s role in successful remediation.

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Platform Presentations and Session Chairs

Kristen Thoreson, PhD

Research and Development Director
Session Chair
A2. Fate and Transport of PFAS
Tuesday, April 16
Presenter
Colloidal Activated Carbon for In-Situ Remediation of PFAS: A Review of Multiple Case Studies
Tuesday, April 16
Presenter
Performance of a New Activated Carbon Amendment for Bioremediating Petroleum-Impacted Sites
Tuesday, April 16

Jeremy Birnstingl, PhD

VP of Environmental Technology
Presenter
In-Situ Carbon PFAS Barrier Longevity Prediction: From Lab to Field
Tuesday, April 16

Tom Szocinski

Thomas Szocinksi, CEP

Director of Vapor Intrusion, Land Science
Session Chair
D9. Innovative Tools for Evaluating Vapor Intrusion Risk
Thursday, April 18

Paul Erickson, PhD

Senior Research Scientist
Session Chair
D2. Advances in Amendment Formulation
Tuesday, April 16
Presenter
Using CSIA to Distinguish Abiotic and Biotic Degradation Mechanisms in ISCR-Assisted Bioremediation Systems
Tuesday, April 16

Maureen Dooley

Director of Strategic Projects
Session Chair
B3. Innovative and Efficient Amendment Delivery Strategies

Ryan Moore

Senior Technical Manager
Presenter
A Study of the Effectiveness of Colloidal Activated Carbon as an In-Situ Treatment to Mitigate PFAS Migration in Groundwater at a Michigan Army National Guard Site

Poster Presentations

Scott Wilson, POSTER, Eliminating Risk of Exposure to PFAS in Groundwater: Full-Scale In-Situ Remediation with Colloidal Activated Carbon

Tuesday, April 16, 5:45-7:00pm

Craig Sandefur, POSTER, Combined Method of Aspect Ratio and Passive Flux Meter Data to Determine More Accurate Groundwater Velocities

Tuesday, April 16, 5:45-7:00pm

Jeremy Birnstingl, PhD, POSTER, Quantification of Competitive Sorption of Chemical Species onto Activated Carbon: Unlocking the Modeling of Complex Mixtures

Wednesday, April 17, 5:45-7:00pm

Panel Discussion and Learning Labs

Scott Mullin, John Freim PhD, and James Harvey, LEARNING LAB, Best Practices for Mixing and Injecting Colloidal In-Situ Remediation Amendments

Wednesday, April 17

Craig Sandefur and Chris Lee, LEARNING LAB, Design Verification Program: Lessons Learned from Pre-Application Assessments at In-Situ Remediation Sites

Wednesday, April 17

Craig Sandefur, PANEL DISCUSSION, Remediation Geology: Geology’s Role in Successful Remediation

Thursday, April 18

Presentations featuring REGENESIS Products

Jim Helge, Fugro Consultants, POSTER, Concurrent Implementation of Combined Remedies Incorporating Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination and Electrical Resistance Heating Reduces Shallow Solvent Plume by Three Orders of Magnitude

Tuesday, April 16

Robert Thompson, Antea Group, PLATFORM, Conceptual Site Model Development and Environmental Molecular Diagnostics Use for PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon Application at a Trichlorofluoromethane Plume

Wednesday, April 17

Teresa McMillan, EA Engineering, POSTER, Liquid Activated Carbon Used in Barrier Application for a Large Chlorinated Plume in Place of P&T Hydraulic Control and ERD with Modeling Results

Wednesday, April 17