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Multifunctional Amendments and Site Characterization Effectively Manage Back Diffusion from a Fractured Sandstone Aquifer

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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. Before we get started, I have just a few administrative items to cover. Since we’re trying to keep this under an hour, today’s presentation will be conducted with the audience audio settings on mute. This will minimize unwanted background noise from the large number of participants joining us today. If the webinar or audio quality degrades, please disconnect and repeat the original log in steps to rejoin the webcast. If you have a question, we encourage you to ask it using the question feature located on the webinar panel. We’ll collect your questions and do our best to answer them at the end of the presentation.

If we don’t address your question within the time permitting, we’ll make an effort to follow-up with you after the webinar. We are recording this webinar, and a link to the recording will be emailed to you once it is available. In order to continue to sponsor events that are of value and worthy of your time, we will be sending out a brief survey following the webinar to get your feedback. Today’s presentation will focus on using multi-functional amendments and site characterization to effectively manage back diffusion from a fractured sandstone aquifer. With that, I’d like to introduce our presenters for today. We are pleased to have with us Matt Burns, Technical Fellow and Institute Remediation Practice Leader at WSP.

Matt has more than 25 years of professional chemistry and engineering experience. He’s based in Boston, Massachusetts, and brings chemical and microbial process and diagnostic expertise to assist local teams with challenging investigation and remediation projects, in the United States and across the globe, including sites in Canada, India, Australia, Brazil, and several countries in Europe. He has authored numerous publications and conference platform presentations and is a frequent lecturer at continuing education workshops and webinars.

We are also pleased to have with us today Maureen Dooley, Director of Strategic Projects at Regenesis. Maureen has more than 25 years of experience in the remediation industry. In her current role at Regenesis, she provides technical leadership for complex soil and ground water remediation projects throughout North America, as well as remediation design, strategy, and business development in the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada. All right, that concludes our introduction. So, now I’ll hand things over to Maureen to get us started.

Maureen: Well, thank you, Dane. It’s really my pleasure, and thank you everyone. Good morning and good afternoon. As I say, I know how busy everyone is, so I truly do appreciate your time. But Matt and I are coming from Boston, Massachusetts and very happy to be here today. Now, I’m just speaking about Matt. I’ve known him for many years, and in regards to advanced diagnostics, Matt truly is a person who is a power user. He’s applied these tools in an effective way for design, process optimization, and monitoring. I look forward to having him describe some of the ways he’s applied these tools in his presentation today. The topic today is multi-functional amendments and site characterization to effectively manage back diffusion from a fractured sandstone aquifer.

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