Remediation of Soil, Groundwater & Sediment Home Insights Publications DyeLIF™: A new direct‐push laser‐induced fluorescence sensor system for chlorinated solvent DNAPL and other non‐naturally fluorescing NAPLs This article describes how DyeLIF™ can provide hi-res, 3-D subsurface mapping of nonaqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) in the subsurface. Olathe’s Pollinator Prairie offers safe haven for butterflies to do important work In the Kansas City Star, learn how Haley & Aldrich’s Jennifer Kingston collaborated with the community to develop an ecological habitat on a previously hazardous property. Hidden in plain sight: Don’t let asbestos in soil derail your construction project Here are four tips on when to check for asbestos-containing material in soil on your construction project and what to do when you find it. Concurrent treatment of 1,4‐dioxane and chlorinated aliphatics in a groundwater recirculation system via aerobic cometabolism Read more about this research in a new Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation article. Spatially averaged, flow-weighted concentrations – a more relevant regulatory metric for groundwater cleanup Murray Einarson advocates for the use of a new standard for groundwater cleanup in place of maximum contaminant levels. Improve remediation success and reduce portfolio risk using a Lean approach This SlideShare explores how a “Lean” approach can help portfolio managers better understand and quantify remediation risks, which ultimately reduces risks and costs. How you can cut costs and strategically address environmental challenges on campus What is the most effective way to approach the semi-privatized regulatory environment for property development? Here are seven things you can do. EPA releases updated toxicity values for Benzo(a)Pyrene: what you need to know EPA has published higher risk-based screening values for benzo(a)pyrene. Find out how this might affect your projects. MassArt building experiences metamorphosis An old gymnasium becomes a new center for design and media on the campus of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Gibson Mine: a historic restoration by the Friars The once-booming Gibson Mine became an environmental liability until an innovative reclamation process changed its downward trajectory. Bioavailability: a critical, yet often overlooked, metric in remediation decisions An often-overlooked risk assessment for cleaning up contaminated sediments is bioavailability, which can substantially reduce project scope and costs. Insights from Battelle’s Ninth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds Michael Basel and Paul Tornatore discuss industry trends from Battelle’s Ninth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds. How to empower executives to remediate contaminated sites Steve MacIntyre, Lean Integration Leader, discusses applying lean principles to remediate sites.