Battelle’s Tenth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds will take place May 22-26 in Palm Springs, California. Risk, regulatory, site management/closure and sustainability issues associated with these technologies will be discussed. Gradient scientists will present on multiple topics, including issues related to coal ash disposal and facility restoration, site and bedrock remediation, and groundwater. The sessions are grouped into 8 tracks (A-H).
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Gradient Poster Presentations
“Using Tracer Test Data to Calibrate a Groundwater-Flow and Solute-Transport Model”
Andrew Bittner, John Kondziolka, Manu Sharma, Peter Nangeroni, and Robert McGrath
Monday, May 23 4:00-6:30 PM
“A Conceptual Framework for Feasibility of Remediating MGP Tar in Fractured Bedrock”
Sam Flewelling, Ali Boroumand, and Kurt Herman Monday, May 23 4:00-6:30 PM
“Groundwater Assessment Framework to Evaluate Relative Impacts of Surface Impoundment Closure Options”
Andrew Bittner, John Kondziolka, Ari Lewis,
Bruce Hensel, and Ken Ladwig
Wednesday, May 25 4:00-6:30 PM