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Webinar Recording: Design Verification – Lessons Learned from Pre-Application Assessments at In Situ Remediation Sites

This webinar focuses on pre-application Design Verification steps that directly improve existing design assumptions prior to field application, resulting in improved remedial performance outcomes. Craig Sandefur, VP of Remediation Applications Development at REGENESIS, and Rick Gillespie, SVP North America at REGENESIS, discuss the identification of aquifer characteristics that can be documented using traditional field methods and provide the most insight into the remedial design and application programs.

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Video Transcript

Dane: Today’s presentation will focus on pre-application design verification steps that directly improve existing design assumptions prior to field application, resulting in improved remedial performance outcomes. With that, I’d like to introduce our first speaker for today. We are pleased to have with us Mr. Rick Gillespie . Mr. Gillespie serves as Senior Vice President of North America for REGENESIS, directing a team of technical sales consultants and engineers across North America, providing industry leading support to REGENESIS customers. He has over 20 years of experience in the environmental remediation industry.

All right that concludes our introduction. So now I will hand things over to Rick to get started.

Rick: Well, thanks Dane, appreciate it. On behalf of my co-presenter Craig Sandefur and our co-contributors Chris Lee and Steve Barnes, our team here at REGENESIS, some of the folks at Alion Science and Technology, I’d like to welcome you to today’s webinar. We obviously know how valuable your time is and our goal today is really to provide the ‘behind the scenes’ look into our remedial design process, and ultimately provide insights into the side issues that determine remedial success for all of us.

For those of you who may be unfamiliar with REGENESIS, our company was founded in 1994. We specialize in soil and groundwater remediation, as well vapor intrusion mitigation, with a broad range of technologies. Many people know us for Oxygen Release Compound or ORC Advanced, that simulate aerobic bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons. Many of you have worked with us on enhanced reductive dechlorination with either HRC or Hydrogen Release Compound, or 3D microemulsion for anaerobic bioemediation. We have a tremendous amount of experience with in situ chemical oxidation, both for soil and ground water, using our all-in-one catalyzed persulfate, known as PersulfOx, as well as RegenOx, two powerful oxiDanets that work on a broad range of contaminants.

In the last year or two, you’ve probably heard a lot about our new technology class using liquid activated carbon, PlumeStop. PlumeStop is a platform technology that absorbs contaminants to reduce its concentration to very low levels in days to weeks. We call it a platform technology because it really creates a table where contaminants can rapidly absorb and microbes can flourish to lead to permanent destruction of those contaminants in situ.

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