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The Science and Practical Aspects of In situ Technologies

Course Code: EN0510CA19

In situ Technologies for Site Remediation

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Date & Time

December 12, 2018
9:00am - 4:30pm (Check in time: 8:30am)

Description

Do you understand your site? Have you addressed contaminant distribution, concentrations, and total mass? What are the physical and chemical properties of the contaminant? What are the characteristics and permeability of the substrate? Do aerobic, anaerobic, or conditions in-between prevail?

Given this context, how do you select and implement the most effective in situ technology?

This class will present the science and practical aspects of bioremediation, chemical oxidation, thermal treatment (ERH, TCH, SEE), and zero valent iron (along with other reducing technologies).

Do's and Don'ts of injections, as well as treatment train techniques for combining technologies, will be discussed.

Who Should Attend?

This class is well-suited for professionals involved in site investigation, characterization, and remediation; those who want to remain current in the latest innovative technologies; and industry and legal decision makers who need current information to make informed decisions.

Learner Objectives

Upon completion of the course, attendees will have a framework and technology-specific information to assist in evaluation and selection of remedial alternatives while adhering to current regulatory and industry standards.

NOTE: This class was formerly titled "In situ Technologies for Site Remediation."

Instructors

Faculty Coordinator

Richard Britton, PG, LSRP, Matrix New World Engineering

As Senior Technical Director, Mr. Britton is responsible for technical leadership, mentoring, and direction on a company-wide basis. He has co-authored several publications describing innovative investigative techniques for bedrock aquifers that result in a more economical and efficient remediation approach. Mr. Britton works with attorneys as an expert on matters of cost allocation, liability, insurance, and remediation and has prepared expert reports for litigation on these issues.

Additional invited instructors include:

James Cummings, USEPA - Technology Assessment Branch

Mary deFlaun, Ph.D., Geosyntec Consultants
Mary deFlaun is a senior Principal Environmental Scientist based in New Jersey with more than 20 years of experience focused on the development and implementation of in situ remediation technologies. Mary has practical experience bringing in situ remediation technologies addressing recalcitrant organics and metals from bench and pilot scale applications to practical field applications.

Daniel W. Elliott, Ph.D., Geosyntec Consultants
Daniel Elliott is a Senior Consultant and an Environmental Engineer based in New Jersey with more than 20 years of experience focused on environmental management and site remediation. Dan works with leading industrial manufacturers and development interests on the characterization and remediation of properties impacted by chlorinated solvents and other organic compounds in soil and groundwater, and the environmental management requirements of industrial and commercial entities and academic institutions.

John Haselow, Ph.D., Redox Tech
John Haselow has 26 years of experience in the environmental field. In 1995, Dr. Haselow founded Redox Tech, a specialty environmental remediation company, which is headquartered in Cary, North Carolina. Dr. Haselow has been involved in over 1000 environmental remediation projects involving chemical oxidation, bioremediation, metals stabilization, and thermal recovery.

NJDEP Representative TBD

David Robinson, LSRP, Synergy Environmental, Inc.
Mr. Robinson has over 25 years of experience in the environmental industry including Site Remediation, Program Management, Personnel Management, Business Development and technical expertise. Mr. Robinson is an analytical chemist with experience in environmental analyses, analytical development and quality control. He is a recognized expert in the use of innovative and sustainable technologies for site remediation.

Edward Sullivan, PG, LSRP, Matrix New World Engineering

Credits and Continuing Education Units

In addition to 0.6 Rutgers CEUs, this site remediation training course has been approved for the following credits:

NJ Health Officers & Registered Environmental Health Specialists: Rutgers University, NJAES, Office of Continuing Professional Education has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Health as a provider of NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs). Participants who complete this education program will be awarded 6.0 NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs).

NJ Continuing Legal Education: 6.6 CLEs

NJ Licensed Water and Wastewater Operators: 6 TCHs (Approval #01-120701-30)

NJ Certified Public Works Managers: 6 Technical

NJ Professional Engineers: 6 Continuing Professional Competency (CPC) credits

NY Professional Engineers: 6 PDHs (NOTE: This class may not be used to fulfill the land surveyors continuing education requirement in NYS.)

NJ LSRP CECs: 6 Technical

MA Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals: 6 Technical Credits

Fees
Early Registration Fee $280.00 Register on or before November 28, 2018 and save!
Registration Fee $295.00 After November 28, 2018
Multi-Person Registration Fee $260.00 Register at the same time with a colleague and you both save!
Cancellation Fee $50.00  

Limit one discount per course registration!
Substitutions are permitted. View cancellation policy.

Meals

Continental breakfast and deli buffet lunch will be provided to you at no additional cost.

NOTE: If you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies, please alert us at least one (1) week in advance of the course start date so that we can make reasonable accommodations. We cannot guarantee accommodations for special requests made after that time.

Location

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Cook Student Center
59 Biel Rd, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
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