Our latest webinar from December 6, 2023
Sustainable Remediation of Vadose Zone Soils Contaminated with Recalcitrant Organics and Heavy Metals
Sustainability is an increasingly important consideration when selecting the right approach to clean up vadose zone soil.
For example, excavation, transportation, and off-site disposal at a landfill (known as "dig & dump") is significantly less sustainable than in situ or on situ remediation. Advances in soil remediation technology and application methods have enabled reliable achievement of industrial and residential remedial goals for contaminants including chlorinated pesticides, organic explosive compounds, cVOCs, and heavy metals.
In our upcoming webinar, Dr. Alan Seech will illustrate how Evonik reagents can be used to remediate vadose zone soils more economically and more sustainably than the dig & dump approach. We will review treatment chemistry and microbiology, present findings from bench-scale testing and full-scale projects, and introduce case studies including:
- Aerobic bioremediation with TERRAMEND® Reagent
- In Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR) with DARAMEND® Reagent
- Removal of leachable heavy metals with METAFIX® Reagent
The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
The webinar will soon be online on Youtube.
Missed the last one?
Design and Application Considerations for Conducting Effective Reductive Remediation Projects
Presented by Evonik remediation expert Dan Leigh, this webinar will describe the basic steps used to design effective remediation projects.
We will discuss, for example, whether to start with bench testing or proceed directly to pilot testing, as well as data needs for determining how to scale up from pilot tests to full-scale remediation. Dan will also discuss various biological, chemical and biogeochemical reductive reagents and how to determine which one is right for your site.
You can watch this webinar below: