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Case study: Demonstrating success with PlumeStop and colloidal ZVI – with Matt Burns of WSP

First broadcast: May 30, 2018

Speakers: Matthew Burns, Technical Fellow WSP
Recording Available| We are pleased to have guest speaker Matt Burns, Senior Fellow at WSP present this live, international webinar. He will present PlumeStop® and colloidal ZVI (cZVI) treatment case studies and practical analytical strategies used to demonstrate destructive treatment.
Stimulating biodegradation of chlorinated VOCs on activated carbon and direct abiotic treatment of using reduced metals such as ZVI are not new to the remediation industry and have proven to be highly effective when direct contact is made. However, the colloidal solid composition of these materials severely limits efficient in situ application at most sites.
The steric stabilization chemistry behind the Regenesis products PlumeStop and cZVI eases delivery challenges and dramatically widens the applicability window of these amendments to include most sites where in situ remediation is contemplated. These transformational amendments bring a unique set of regulatory and performance monitoring challenges when discerning desirable destructive processes from often unacceptable non-destructive mechanisms.
About the Presenter:
Matthew Burns, Technical Fellow | U.S. Contaminated Land National Service Line Director, WSP
Matt is a Technical Fellow and the U.S. contaminated land national service line director for WSP with more than 25 years of professional chemistry and engineering experience. He is based in Boston, Massachusetts and is responsible for the financial and technical depth and breadth of the contaminated land (site investigation and remediation) service line. Matt brings chemical and microbial process expertise to assist local WSP teams with challenging investigation and remediation projects in the U.S. and across the globe.
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