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Webinar Recording: Multi-Site Performance Review of Sites using Electron Donor Bioaugmentation Co-application Strategy

We are pleased to have with us as a special guest speaker Mr. Steven Sittler, P.G. Senior Project Manager, Patriot Engineering and Environmental. Joined by Barry Poling, Central Region Manager at REGENESIS, Mr Sittler reviews a portfolio of remediation sites that featured the co-application of slow-release electron donor and bioaugmentation technologies from REGENESIS. This is a continuation of a webinar that was broadcast in February of 2015, in which Mr. Sittler and Mr. Poling reviewed strategies for success in the remediation of chlorinated solvents in groundwater. After accumulating another year’s worth of performance data, the 2 have lessons learned, and additional insight about when it is best to use supplemental injections. Below is the recorded version of the full webinar, including a Q&A portion in which they address live questions from the audience.

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  • If you need assistance with a current project and would like to get a design and cost, please visit our Request a Design page.
  • To get in contact with a REGENESIS Technical Solutions Manager use our Contact Us form.
  • To learn more about the electron donor technology used at the sites in this webinar, visit our 3-D Microemulsion® page.
  • To learn more about the bioaugmentation technology used at the sites in this webinar, visit our Bio-Dechlor Inoculum® Plus page.

Video Transcription

Dane: Today’s presentation will focus on a multi-site performance review of projects using slow-release electron donor and bioaugmentation co-application strategy. This is a continuation of a webinar given last year, in which we reviewed strategies for remediation of chlorinated solvents in groundwater. Over the past year, we’ve been able to gather more comprehensive performance data from these sites, which has given us insight into when it is optimal to perform supplemental injections. So we’re excited to share this information with you today.

With that, I’d like to introduce our presenter for today. We are pleased to have with us Mr. Steven Sittler, Senior Project Manager at Patriot Engineering & Environmental. Mr Sittler has more than 30 years of technical experience in applied hydrogeology, with specialized experience in remedial strategy development and implementation. He has managed and performed hundreds of site investigations, audits, and assessments at industrial facilities, service stations, petroleum and chemical refineries, and landfills in more than 20 states, and has expertise in all aspects of remedial strategy development, and remedial system design, installation, and operation.

We also have with us today Mr. Barry Poling, Central Regional Manager here at Regenesis. He has 15 years of experience in the environmental industry, including extensive experience in Phase I and Phase II site assessment, remediation and industrial compliance. He provides senior leadership in areas of site remediation, design, strategy, and business development. All right, that concludes our introductions. So now I’ll hand things over to Steve to get us started.

Steve: Thanks very much, Dane. Hopefully everybody can hear me okay. If you have any issues with that, just please send a notification to Dane, and we’ll try to get that taken care of. But welcome, everyone. Again, as Dane said, this is kind of a follow-up to a presentation that we did last year on the same basic approach, but there is some really valuable information that you will see here at the end of the webinar that we’ve collected and developed by analyzing that data. And showing that not only does ERD work, and that we’ve done it successfully, but how long it ought to take and when you might want to look at supplemental injections.

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