Eleventh International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds

Haley & Aldrich staff will have a significant presence at the upcoming Eleventh International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, organized by Battelle. The company's involvement at the conference includes six platform presentations, eight technical posters, and a session chair. See details below, with Haley & Aldrich staff names italicized.

Learn more and register on the Battelle website.

Platform sessions


  • ERH remediation of university campus shale bedrock site. Sunila Gupta, Denis Conley, J. Fager, C. Blundy, and E. Crownover. (Session B1)


  • Optimization of hydraulic capture of CVOCs and management of injection well fouling for a groundwater treatment and injection system. J. Williams, Colleen Canfield, and I. Jones. (Session D3) 
  • Converting a stormwater pond into a multi-stage treatment reactor for arsenic, ammonia, and benzene at the Industri-Plex Superfund site. B. Thompson, T. Majer, Mark Kelley, C. Elder, C. Elmendorf, and J. Gabriel. (Session B2)


  • Spatially-averaged, flow-weighted concentrations: a more relevant regulatory metric for groundwater cleanup. Murray Einarson (Session D6)
  • Key factors in the successful commercialization of three high-resolution site characterization (HRSC) technologies. Murray Einarson (Session G5)
  • Application of CSIA in 1,4-dioxane studies: latest developments. Peter Bennett, Min-Ying Jacob Chu, R. Aravena, H.T. El Mugammar, C. Smith, M. Hyman, and M. Nickelsen. (Session I4)

Poster sessions


  • Attenuation of a chlorinated solvent plume expedited by underground construction. John R. Kastrinos, Owen Miles. (Session D1)
  • Estimating safe level of PFOA/PFOS in human blood using clinical Margins of Safety. Stephen Clough, Jay Peters. (Session A7)
  • Summary of state approaches to vapor intrusion: 2018 update. B. Eklund, L. Beckley, and Rich Rago. (Session G1)
  • Applied research of adsorptive media: troubleshooting the impact of hidden organic material. Keith Foster, M. Nickelsen, Michael Basel, and R.C. Luhrs. (Session A3)
  • Simulation of nearshore groundwater-seawater interactions using SEAWAT 2000 and MODFLOW USG: a comparative case study. Min-Ying Jacob Chu. (Session H1)


    • Cost-effectiveness of in situ aerobic cometabolic biodegradation for treating large deep dilute plumes containing 1,4-dioxane and CVOCs. Min-Ying Jacob Chu, Peter Bennett, and R. Borrego. (Session D5)
    • High-resolution mass discharge evaluation at a chlorinated solvent release site in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Owen Miles, Murray Einarson, and M. Singer. (Session D6)
    • Large diffuse plume alternative approach to pump and treat/MCLs: a sustainable plume management approach using the Arizona WQARF model. Scott Zachary, E. Pigati, and Paula Panzino. (Session D5)

    Session Chair


      • Real-time analysis to inform decision-making Chair: Murray Einarson