The 22nd Annual Florida Remediation Conference (FRC) has been rescheduled for December 1-2, 2016 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida and as scheduled Geosyntec will be featured in a keynote address, moderate a panel discussion, and present in four platform presentations.
The Florida Remediation Conference is the Southeast's premier soil and groundwater cleanup conference of the year. Over the years, FRC has developed a solid reputation for a casual atmosphere that's conducive to good communications between all participants—speakers, attendees and exhibitors.
SiREM products and services are featured as an exhibitor and in four platform presentations that focus on the implementation of leading edge remediation technologies. SiREM is a division of Geosyntec.
ParticipationJim Langenbach (Florida) will deliver the keynote address as the 2016 Conference Chair. His key note will address developments in the remediation industry over the last 20 years and how the tools, technologies, and our understanding of the remediation problem has changed.
Joe Applegate (Florida) will Moderate Session 7: Regulatory Panel Discussion entitled " Important Changes to Chapter 62.780, F.A.C., and Updates to the Petroleum Restoration Program."
Joe Bartlett (Florida) will present "A Combined Remedy Approach to Address a Trichloroethene Source Zone at a Legacy Hydraulic Containment Site" that focuses on the use of a pump and treat system combined with SiREM's KB-1® bioaugmentation to achieve significant TCE mass reductions at a site in Cocoa, Florida.
Sandra Dworatzek (Ontario) will present "Electrokinetic Enhanced Bioremediation (EK-BIOTM) to Effectively Deliver Amendments to Low Permeability Materials at a Florida DNAPL Site" where electric potential was applied to enhance the distribution of lactate and SiREM's KB-1® Plus for the remediation of TCE at a low pH site in northern Florida.
In addition to the platform presentations, SiREM is once again pleased to be an exhibitor at the FRC, please visit us at Booth 55.
For more information about SiREM's Research or products visit: Anaerobic Benzene Culture or KB-1® and KB-1® Plus
For more information regarding the event, visit: Florida Remediation Conference