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A Tale of Two ISCO Chemistries – Enhancing Free Product Recovery and Shrinking a Dissolved-Phase Plume

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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 with the webinar today, I have just a couple of administrative items to cover. Since we’re trying to limit our time to 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 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 do not address your question, 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 webinar will focus on a case study for a petroleum hydrocarbon impacted site where a sequence of in situ remediation technologies from REGENESIS was applied to address residual, sorbed, and dissolved phase constituents. With that, I’d like to introduce our presenter for today. We are pleased to have with us Mr. Jack Sheldon, Senior Remediation Specialist at Antea Group. Mr. Sheldon is a remediation expert with over 34 years of industry experience. He has specialized in the field application of various types of bioremediation and chemical oxidation and reduction systems with personal involvement in 22 first type remediation projects in their respective states. He has completed remediation projects in all 50 states and several locations abroad. All right, that concludes our introduction. So now I will hand things over to Jack Sheldon to get us started.

Jack: Thank you, Dane, for that kind introduction, and thank you to REGENESIS for hosting this kickoff webinar for January 2017. And thank you to all of you who are joining today from around the country, and we’re glad that you can attend. My hope is here today to have a succinct presentation so that we have a generous amount of time at the end to answer questions, and I look forward to the Q&A that often is as good as the content, just hearing what others are thinking and responding to those questions as they come along. So, with that, I’ll kick it off. A tale of two ISCO chemistries, ISCO being in situ chemical oxidation, for those of you who are not acquainted with that term, for enhancing free product recovery and shrinking a dissolved-phase plume.

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