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Substrate Injection

Fractured Bedrock Challenges- Part 1: Characterization & Access

The 411 on Abiotic and Biotic In situ Remediation

In some scenarios, the combination of abiotic and biotic treatments can be an effective, cost efficient and timely remediation option. These techniques have been used to remediate both soil and groundwater and have been highly effective in in scenarios that have been...

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Fractured Bedrock Challenges- Part 1: Characterization & Access

Mitigating Co-Contaminated Plumes

Site remediation is complicated enough when there is only one contaminant on a site. Things only become more complicated when there are multiple contaminants at a site that require specific technologies to deal with each. In this class you will be introduced to...

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Fractured Bedrock Challenges- Part 1: Characterization & Access

Challenging Bioremediation Sites

The pervasiveness of contaminated land throughout the world poses both financial, environmental and social implications for our world moving forward. Though the task is daunting, bioremediation shows great promise and utility in dealing with contaminants. In this...

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Preparing for an Injection

Preparing for an Injection

Injection flow rates and related pressures are a critical component for distribution of in-situ technologies to achieve contact with a range of contaminants. At the same time, we’re relying less on advective distribution - especially for sites with less velocities –...

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Fractured Bedrock Challenges- Part 1: Characterization & Access

The ISCO & ISCR 411

InSitu Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) and InSitu Chemical Reduction (ISCR) are two different approaches to treating contaminated soil.  ISCR is the opposite treatment process than ISCO but both are used to remediate a variety of organic compounds, and this EnviroClass will...

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Fractured Bedrock Challenges- Part 1: Characterization & Access

Hydrocarbons: All You Need to Know

Perhaps the largest negative environmental impact upon the planet in history is the massive production and use of hydrocarbons. From exploration, to production, to distribution, to refining, to product movement, to retail consumption; each step poses a risk of...

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Fractured Bedrock Challenges- Part 1: Characterization & Access

Actionable Data

The foundational block of the remediation industry is the data that we use to clean up the contamination.  Does your project have chlorinated solvents, hydrocarbons, PFAS, heavy metals, or a comingled plume?  If the data is not accurate, than you’re wandering in the...

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Fractured Bedrock Challenges- Part 1: Characterization & Access

New Remediation Tools & Technologies

Remediation technologies continue to advance and get better as we learn from each site, and this webinar is designed to teach you about just a couple of the latest approaches for your InSitu projects. Eric Lundy from DeepEarth Technologies will be presenting on their...

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Preparing for an Injection

Advanced InSitu Technologies

In this class, Kent will speak on biostimulation and how additives can be designed to enhance the ecology within native microbial communities without harming them. Alex will speak to the advances in engineered zero valent iron and the performance quantification tools...

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Preparing for an Injection

Cutting Edge InSitu Technologies

John will begin the class by speaking on optimizing InSitu injection and emplacement technologies. Through this class you will learn about Remedial Design Characterization (RDC) tools, how to improve your CSM and the implementation/optimization of these technologies....

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Preparing for an Injection

Keys to a Competitive Advantage

John starts off this class by looking at advancing high resolution site characterization using MiHPT and OiHPT-UV tools while also covering 3D data visualization techniques. Barry will close out this class talking through reduced volume and sustainability as keys to a...

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