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Cost-Effective Approaches Using Colloidal Zero Valent Iron for In-Situ Groundwater Remediation

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Dane: Hello and welcome everyone. My name is Dane Menke. I am the digital marketing manager here at REGENESIS and Land Science. Today’s presentation will focus on “Cost-Effective Approaches Using Colloidal Zero Valent Iron for In Situ Groundwater Remediation.” 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 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 experience in the environmental remediation industry. All right, that concludes our introduction, so now I’ll hand things over to Rick to get us started.

Rick: Thanks, Dane. I’d like to personally welcome each of you to today’s webinar. I know how valuable your day is and we wanna say, thank you, for making time in your busy schedule. Our entire team is pleased to bring you today’s webinar on “Colloidal Iron for In Situ Groundwater Remediation.” Our purpose today is to train on the power and efficacy of utilizing zero valent iron to promote in situ chemical reduction, often referred to as ISCR. Our goal will be to provide details on how best to harness this remediation technology to achieve results to your contaminated sites.

Today’s webinar comes at one of the most exciting times in our company’s history. We are experiencing significant breakthroughs in the use of colloidal remediation materials like PlumeStop, our liquid activated carbon, and now colloidal zero valent iron. These remediation approaches are changing the way we treat groundwater. They’re being used to achieve permanent reductions and contaminate concentrations to gain regulatory closures at significant cost savings over traditional technologies like pump and treat.

Now, let me to pause there and introduce today’s speaker, John Freim. John brings a distinguished track record to his new role as director of material science at REGENESIS. With over 30 years of experience in materials processing, John and his colleague, James Harvey, will lead our effort to build our first state-of-the-art colloidal manufacturing facility right here in Southern California. John will be responsible for leading our milling and manufacturing, for not only colloidal iron products but also our other groundbreaking colloidal product lines like PlumeStop.

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