Haley & Aldrich presentations from Battelle's 2016 Chlorinated Conference
Published on: June 07, 2016
Haley & Aldrich was well represented at Battelle’s 2016 Chlorinated Conference (the Tenth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds), held May 2016 in Palm Springs, CA. Our involvement included a session chair, five platform presentations, and eight poster presentations. Links to our poster presentations are below.
- Background indoor air levels of volatile organic compounds and air-phase petroleum hydrocarbons in office buildings and schools. Richard J. Rago and A. Rezendes.
- Compound-specific isotope analysis to evaluate abiotic degradation of TCE in a bedrock aquifer. Adrian Fure, G. Barnuevo, Peter Bennett, and Dan Putz.
- Deep vadose zone sources, groundwater resource management, and climate variability complicate groundwater cleanup-time estimation. Min-Ying Jacob Chu.
- How can lean thinking support successful management of complex and/or legacy sites? Bethany Zinni, Susan Boyle, Stephen MacIntyre, and J.M. Baker.
- Installation of an SSD system through exterior foundation walls under an existing commercial building. Jennifer Boyer, Elie Haddad, Rich Farson, and Michael Zlotoff.
- Promoting PCE dehalorespiration following in-situ chemical oxidation in saprolite at a former manufacturing facility in Brazil. Peter Bennett, Min-Ying Jacob Chu, Murray D. Einarson, M. Singer, T. Mello, R. Garrafoli, and V. Shea.
- Releasing unique tracers in multiple locations to understand transport in a complex flow system. Adrian Fure, Dan Putz, Dimitri Quafisi, Thomas Vanage, Raghavan Parthasarathy, and G. Barnuevo.
- Using aerobic, cometabolic 1,4-dioxane biodegradation and groundwater recirculation to treat 1,4-dioxane and co-contaminants in a dilute plume. Min-Ying Jacob Chu, Peter Bennett, Aaron Peacock and M. Dolan, M. Hyman, R. Anderson, A. Bodour.
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