Date: April 8, 2018 – April 12, 2018
Location: Palm Springs, California, United States

Battelle’s Chlorinated Conference is one of the world’s  most comprehensive meetings on the application of innovative technologies and approaches for characterization, monitoring, and management of chlorinated and complex sites. The 2016 Conference was attended by more than 1,660 environmental professionals from 28 countries. Nearly 900 platform talks and posters were presented in 71 breakout sessions. For more information, visit Battelle.

Tetra Tech is recognized by Environmental Business Journal and Engineering-News Record as one of the top large businesses working in the environmental industry today. Tetra Tech performs a full range of services required to remediate hazardous, inactive, radioactive, and low-level radioactive waste sites. Our completed assignments have ranged from single objective projects to  complex multitask and multisite projects. Learn more about Tetra Tech’s remediation services.

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Conference Presentations

Tetra Tech is proud to be home to leading experts across the markets we serve. Our staff regularly share their knowledge by researching, presenting, and facilitating discussion on emerging topics in their fields.

Monday, April 9

12:35 p.m.

Session: E1. Fractured Rock Site Characterization
Title: Lessons Learned from High-Resolution Site Characterization of Many Dual-Porosity Fractured Rock Sites
Presenter: Seth Pitkin

1:25 p.m.

Session: D1. Estimating Cleanup Timeframes and Modeling to Support Site Closure
Title: A Practical Modeling Tool to Estimate Cleanup Timeframes in Highly Heterogeneous Aquifers with Matrix Diffusion and Degradation Reactions
Presenter: Dan Burnell

4:30 p.m.

Session: D3. Optimizing Remedial Systems
Title: Air Sparging as an Adaptive and Effective Plume Management Approach at Large DNAPL Sites
Presenter: Chris Pike

 

Session: F2. In Situ Remediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Title: Soil Excavation and Bioremediation Using ORC® and Organic Fertilizer at a Tidally-Influenced Site
Presenter: Heather Benfield

Wednesday, April 11

8:00 a.m.

Session: H3. High-Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC) 
Title: Lessons Learned from 25 Years of High-Resolution Site Characterization
Presenter: Seth Pitkin

4:30 p.m.

Session: C10. Emerging Remediation Technologies 
Title: Combined In Situ Remedial Approach Using Activated Carbon and Bioremediation to Treat and Prevent Off-Site Migration of a Chlorinated Solvent Plume in Southern California
Presenter: Carl Lenker

Thursday, April 12

10:55 a.m.

Session: C9. Combined Remedies and Treatment Trains 
Title: Protecting Community Water Supply through EPA Removal Actions Involving Source Soil and Bedrock Aquifer Remediation
Presenter: Dave Zimmermann

 

Session: I8. Real-Time Analysis to Inform Decision-Making
Title: High-Resolution Monitoring for Thermal Remediation Optimization
Presenter: Chris Hook

3:05 p.m.

Session: C10. Emerging Remediation Technologies 
Chair: Arul Ayyaswami