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Technical Workshop

Increasing Remediation Success:
Focus on Planning, Implementation, and Combining Technologies

Technologies Workshop

Single Day Course – Choose Your Preferred Location
Continental Breakfast and Lunch Provided

Approved for 5 Contact Hours by the CA SWRCB
All attendees will receive a certificate of course completion

November 14, 2017
Courtyard Marriott
San Francisco Downtown
299 2nd Street
San Francisco, CA 94105


November 15, 2017
Embassy Suites
100 Capitol Mall
Sacramento, CA 95814


More Information Presentations will be given by ISOTEC, AST Environmental, GEO Remediation Company, and XDD Environmental. Our previous courses successfully offered valuable, technology-based instruction to those in the professional remediation industry. While we continue to provide the same trusted value, our updated course offers regulators, consultants, and field applicators a succinct understanding of the primary in-situ mechanisms, strengths and limitations, while additionally evaluating technologies with regard to remedial timelines, sensitive receptors, concurrent use and re-use, as well as their various advantages and disadvantages. The importance of investigation and conceptual site model development will also be discussed while considering various tools and methods, overburden versus bedrock, hydrogeology and, saturated and unsaturated zones.

This course would best serve anyone working within the remediation industry or with groundwater concerns. The course has been designed to provide the learner with an implementer’s perspective to remedial project planning. The instruction format is non-traditional and asks the learner to dissect a remedial design approach and understand its parts through an implementation lens. Discussion will focus on the importance of conceptual site models and purposefully applying the most appropriate design and tools.

Driven by project goals, the presenters will together introduce various site situations and show the learner which technologies may apply based on several variables, why the technologies are applicable, provide reasons other technologies may not be appropriate, and indicate where potential time and cost effective options for combined remedial approaches exist. Each instructor possesses first-hand field experience and will identify possible field implementation concerns as they relate to conclusions derived from lab and data calculations. The goal of the course is to address practical project approaches and does not aim to teach chemistry or advertise current commercially available products or technologies.