CDM Smith at Battelle Bioremediation Symposium
BALTIMORE, Maryland—This April, more than a dozen CDM Smith scientists and engineers will attend the International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies. Since the first event nearly three decades ago, Battelle's Bioremediation Symposium has been the premier gathering of the world's top experts in environmental remediation. Our experts are excited to present on the cutting-edge research listed below; click on the links for full abstracts and download the schedule for full detail on the dates and times of CDM Smith presentations.
PFAS and 1,4-Dioxane
Presentation: What Total Oxidizable Precursor Assay Can and Can’t Tell Us About PFAS Precursors, Dora Chiang
Presentation: Electrochemical Treatment of Perfluoroalkyl Acid (PFAA) Precursors and PFAAs in Groundwater Impacted with Aqueous Film Forming Foams, Charles Schaefer
Presentation: Current Knowledge of Bioaugmentation Cultures for 1,4-Dioxane
Biodegradation, Dora Chiang
Poster Presentation: Evaluation of PFAS Removal Efficacy Using Commercially-Available GACs and IX Resins: A Bench-Scale Treatability Study, Dung Nguyen
Panel Discussion: What Does a Successful Risk Communication Strategy for PFAS Sites Look Like? Melissa Harclerode
Short Course: Managing PFAS Contamination at Your Site - Site Characterization, Remediation Alternatives, Risk Assessment and Risk Communications, Dora Chiang and Melissa Harclerode
Complex Site Characterization and Remediation
Presentation: Heat-Enhanced In Situ Degradation for Treatment of Energetic Compounds Impacting Groundwater, Tamzen Macbeth
Presentation: Advances in Adaptive Management for Cleanup of Complex Sites, Tamzen Macbeth
Presentation: Long Term Performance Assessment at a Highly Characterized and Instrumented DNAPL Source Area Following Bioaugmentation, Charles Schaefer
Presentation: A Comparison of Cost and Performance Between Permeability Enhancement Technology and Conventional Injection Techniques at Low Permeability Sites, Ryan Wymore
Poster Presentation: An Adaptive Approach Facilitates Successful In Situ Remediation of a Mile-Long Solvent Plume and Source Area, Nathan Smith
Poster Presentation: The Use of Innovative Characterization Technologies and Novel Amendment Injection Approaches at a Superfund Site, Ryan Wymore
Presentation: Biodegradation of Chlorobenzenes and Nitrotoluenes at an Industrial Site in South America, Maria Lemes
Poster Presentation: In Situ Treatment of a Comingled Carbon Tetrachloride and Trichloroethene Groundwater Plume in Fractured Bedrock, Emma Ehret
Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA)
Presentation: A Comprehensive Evaluation of MNA Mechanisms for TCE and DCE in a Large, Dilute Plume, Kent Sorenson
Presentation: Abiotic Dechlorination of Trichloroethene by Naturally Occurring Ferrous Minerals under Aerobic and Anaerobic Condition, Charles Schaefer
Presentation: Attenuation of a Large Dilute Plume after Source Treatment Protecting a Municipal Supply Well, Dominic Giaudrone
Presentation: Developing a Robust Design for Consideration of Climate Change Impacts: Hunters Point Sediment Case Study, Melissa Harclerode
Learning Lab: 3-D Visualization & Analysis Software Demonstration, Thomas Cook
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