A Multi-Site Performance Review of Slow Release Electron Donor and Bioaugmentation Co-Application Strategy
First broadcast: August 25, 2016
Speakers: Steve Sittler, P.G., Senior Project Manager, Patriot Engineering and Environmental
A strategy for co-application of electron donor and bioaugmentation, as well as a multi-site performance review drawing lessons learned for achieving best results, will be the focus of this webinar. We are pleased to have with us Mr. Steven Sittler, P.G., Senior Project Manager at Patriot Engineering and Environmental. Mr. Sittler has more than 30 years of technical experience in applied hydrogeology, with specialized experience in remedial strategy development and implementation.
Mr. Sittler presents strategies for success using co-application of electron donor/bioaugmentation. Recent technological advancements have faciliated a transition towards co-application of controlled-release electron donors and bioaugmentation cultures of Dehalococcoides sp. (DHC). These advancements, including pH neutral electron donors and improved understanding of the viability of DHC, have allowed changes to the old way of thinking of waiting to bioagument. The result is a more aggressive approach with a significant increase in enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) rates. Use the form on this page to view this webinar recording today.