Sandra Dworatzek (Ontario), a Senior Manager at SiREM, a division of Geosyntec, will deliver an update on the Genome Canada-funded anaerobic benzene project during the meeting at the Sustainable In-Situ Remediation Co-operative Alliance (SIRCA) in Edmonton, Alberta on May 1, 2017.
She will be providing the year one update on the progress of the Genomic Applications Partnership Program (GAPP) anaerobic benzene project.
SIRCA is a group dedicated to advancing research activities, remediation technologies and risk assessment on contaminated sites. Formed by Federated Co-operatives Limited in 2014, SIRCA brings together researchers, co-operatives and industry to develop sustainable and economical solutions for practical applications.
Genome Canada is a not-for-profit organization, funded by the Government of Canada. They act as a catalyst for developing and applying genomics+ and genomic-based technologies to create economic and social benefits for Canadians.
For more information regarding the SIRCA, visit: http://www.sirca.coop/
To learn more about Sandra see her profile at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandra-dworatzek/
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