In this webinar recording, Steve Jackson from Soilfix and Jack Shore from Regenesis discuss why a collaborative approach between consultants, contractors and technology vendors is critical when dealing with complex sites. Using a recent project as a case study, they delve into the planned remedial approach and explain how the site challenges were overcome. They also discuss how to best design for sites where the groundwater remediation objective is ‘Betterment’.

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About the Presenters:

Steve Jackson
Director | Soilfix
Working for industry, consultancy and contracting, Steve has 25 years experience in the assessment and remediation of contaminated land. During this time, he has successfully implemented a variety of in situ technologies for the treatment of contaminated soils and groundwater. His first experience of using a Regenesis product was way back in 2001, then he utilised Oxygen Release Compound (ORC) to treat a plume of BTEX, Phenol and Naphthalene a former gasworks site in Essex. Steve has been a Director at Soilfix for the past 7 years. Working for a variety of land development, industrial and public sector clients, Soilfix’s mission is to continually advance its understanding and management of risk in the ground.

Jack Shore
Senior District Manager, UK & Scandinavia | REGENESIS
Jack is in charge of the UK and Scandinavian districts within REGENESIS. As part of this role, he manages a team providing technical support and design work to a mix of Design and Build Consultancies, Remediation Contractors and Blue-Chip Clients. Jack has over 10 years of experience within the remediation industry and most recently has successfully implemented the first injection of PlumeStop to effectively stabilise a PFAS plume in the EU. His experience ranges from supervising site investigations, developing in situ remediation designs, and managing large-scale remediation projects with multiple stakeholders.