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Biodegradation of Chlorinated Contaminants Using In Situ Liquid Activated Carbon™

First broadcast: September 22, 2016

Speakers: Matthew J. Valentine, P.G., LRS Vice President/Project Manager, Woodard & Curran

In order to provide more insight into biodegradation of chlorinated solvents using Liquid Activated Carbon, REGENESIS is excited to welcome as a first-time guest webinar presenter, Matthew Valentine, P.G., LRS. Mr. Valentine is Vice President and Project Manager for the environmental engineering and consulting firm Woodard & Curran. He has over 26 years of experience in the environmental industry.  During the presentation, he will cover the pilot test and early full scale implementation of a project in South Carolina using the REGENESIS Technology PlumeStop® Liquid Activated Carbon. The contaminated site includes a TCE plume that is over 1,700 feet beyond the source area, and less than 1,000 away from a sensitive receptor.  View the webinar recording today to find out why PlumeStop was chosen.

This presentation covers:

  • PlumeStop application process, being applied with a slow-release electron donor and bioaugmentation culture to achieve biodegradation of chlorinated solvents in conjunction with the enhanced reductive dechlorination treatment technique
  • Initial results from a pilot study in which PlumeStop was selected as the remediation technology
  • Full scale implementation of PlumeStop at the site

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