April 4, 2018

Geosyntec Staff Featured at the 2018 Battelle Chlorinated Conference

Geosyntec will make a substantial technical contribution at Battelle's Eleventh International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs, California on April 8-12, 2018.

Geosyntec-led contributions include five session chairs, 18 platform presentations, two panel moderators, one panelist, five workshop instructors, four learning lab instructors, and 16 poster presentations. Our professionals have also co-authored more than 20 other platform and poster presentations. David Reynolds (Ontario) served on the conference steering committee.

Battelle's Chlorinated Conference is one of the largest and most comprehensive meetings on the application of innovative technologies and approaches for characterization, monitoring and management of chlorinated and complex sites. Attendance is expected to exceed 1,600 environmental professionals from academia, state and federal government agencies, consulting firms, research organizations, and industries from around the world. Sponsors and exhibitors will include leading organizations active in site remediation research and application.

The conference offers nine technical tracks with more than 1,100 platform and poster presentations, educational opportunities, exhibits and hands-on demonstrations from leading companies, as well as networking with national and international remediation experts.

Geosyntec's Contributions

Conference Steering Committee Member

David Reynolds, Ph.D., PE

Session Chairs

Session: C1. Electroenhanced Technologies
Session Chair: Evan E. Cox
Time: Monday, 12:10-1:50 p.m.

Session: I3. Botany "Mega" Site Cleanup Project
Session Chair: Julie Konzuk
Time: Tuesday, 11:20-1:00 p.m.

Session: E4. Adaptive Site Management and Risk Management Strategies
Session Chair: Rula Anselmo Deeb
Time: Wednesday, 8:00-9:40 a.m.

Session: G7. Decision Analysis Tools for Environmental Restoration Applications
Session Chair: David Reynolds
Time: Thursday, 8:00-9:40 a.m.

Session: E10. Radiological Issues
Session Chair: Bruce Marvin
Time: Thursday, 2:40-3:30 p.m.

Platform Presenters

Presentation: Successful Rapid Response Mitigation of a High-Strength Vapor Plume Underneath a Large, Active Navy Building
Presenter: Lisa Goode
Co-Authors: M. Pound, N. Durant, P. Chang, and V. Hosangadi
Session: G2. Vapor Intrusion Mitigation and Effectiveness
Time: Monday, 2:15-2:40 p.m.

Presentation: Effective Remediation through Continuous Remedy Evaluation and Adaptation: A 20-Year Case Study
Presenter: Carl R. Elder
Co-Authors: R. Scott, D. Wanty, and M. Miller
Session: D3. Optimizing Remedial Systems
Time: Tuesday, 10:05-10:30 a.m.

Presentation: Successful Bioaugmentation for DNAPL Carbon Tetrachloride in a Karst Aquifer
Presenter: Tom Geiger
Co-Authors: C.R. Elder, and R. Gross
Session: E3. Karst Aquifer Case Studies
Time: Tuesday, 12:10-12:35 p.m.

Presentation: Why Is the Plume Disappearing Faster than it Should? Mass Loss Investigations at the Orica Botany Site
Presenter: Julie Konzuk
Co-Authors: C. Crea, S. Mancini, and L. Jorstad
Session: I3. Botany "Mega" Site Cleanup Project
Time: Tuesday, 12:35-1:00 p.m.

Presentation: Optimizing Vapor Intrusion Response Actions in a Large Active Military Manufacturing Building
Presenter: Todd Creamer
Co-Authors: K.J. Campbell, and D. Caldwell
Session: G4. Advances in Vapor Intrusion Investigations
Time: Tuesday, 1:25-1:50 p.m.

Presentation: Can Aquifer Quality at Complex Remediation Sites be Restored?
Presenter: Gary Wealthall
Co-Authors: N. Grosso, P. Carvalho, and J. Henderson
Session: E4. Adaptive Site Management and Risk Management Strategies
Time: Wednesday, 8:50-9:15 a.m.

Presentation: Advancing Application of CSIA to Estimate Degradation Rates: Linking Differences in PCE Isotopic Fractionation to Metabolic Potential
Presenter: Silvia Mancini
Co-Authors: J. Konzuk, C. Cheyne, L. Douglas, B. Sherwood Lollar, E. Edwards, L. Hug, and J. Stening
Session: I4. Compound-Specific Isotope Analysis
Time: Wednesday, 10:30-10:55 a.m.

Presentation: Improving the Effectiveness of Technology Transfer Programs: Lessons Learned from SERDP/ESTCP Webinar Program
Presenter: Rula Anselmo Deeb
Co-Authors: J. Nyman, and A. Leeson
Session: G5. Advances in Technology Transfer
Time: Wednesday, 10:55-11:20 a.m.

Presentation: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: An Improved Source Fingerprinting Analytical Tool
Presenter: Julie Konzuk
Co-Authors: J. Longstaffe, C. Cheyne, S. Mancini, M. McMaster, and E.E. Mack
Session: I5. Environmental Forensics
Time: Wednesday, 1:00-1:25 p.m.

Presentation: Success Stories at Low-Permeability Sites: Field Demonstrations of Electrokinetic-Enhanced Amendment Delivery for In Situ Remediation
Presenter: James Wang
Co-Authors: E. Cox, D. Reynolds, D. Gent, and M. Singletary
Session: E6. Low-Permeability Zone Case Studies
Time: Wednesday, 1:25-1:50 p.m.

Presentation: Mass Flux as a Tool for Evaluating and Demonstrating Remedial Objectives and Optimizing a Combined Remedy Hydraulic Containment and Bioremediation System
Presenter: Jim Langenbach
Co-Authors: J. Bartlett, and J. Shye
Session: D6. Applications of Mass Flux and Mass Discharge for Remedial Design
Time: Wednesday, 1:25-1:50 p.m.

Presentation: DPT Jet Injection for Remediation of Low-Permeability Zones: Full-Scale Case Study Results from 3 Years of Treatment
Presenter: Chapman Ross
Co-Authors: D. Eberle, N.D. Durant, W.W. Slack, D. Baird, T.H. Jørgensen, E.B. Weeth, and P. Johansen
Session: E6. Low-Permeability Zone Case Studies
Time: Wednesday, 3:30-3:55 p.m.

Presentation: Full-Scale Treatment of Coal Tar Lagoons with In Situ Smoldering: Successful Field Stories and Lessons Learned
Presenter: Marlaina Auger
Co-Authors: J.E. Vidumsky, M. McMaster, L. Jo, L. deVlaming, D. Liefl, and A. Sims
Session: F5. MGPs
Time: Wednesday, 3:30-3:55 p.m.

Presentation: A Stochastic Modeling Approach to Evaluate the Value of Additional Information for Site Characterization and Remediation
Presenter: James Rayner
Co-Authors: C. Crea, D.A. Reynolds, and M.C. Kavanaugh
Session: G7. Decision Analysis Tools for Environmental Restoration Applications
Time: Thursday, 8:25-8:50 a.m.

Presentation: Field Demonstration to Enhance PFAS Degradation and Mass Removal Using Thermally-Enhanced Persulfate Followed by Pump-and-Treat Treatment
Presenter: Rula Deeb
Co-Authors: J. Kornuc, R.A. Deeb, D.L. Sedlak, E. Hawley, and B. Marvin
Session: A9. PFAS Remediation
Time: Thursday, 10:05-10:30 a.m.

Presentation: Seven Remediation and Mitigation Techniques in Use at One Active Brownfield Redevelopment Site
Presenter: Jessica Yeager
Co-Authors: J.B. Connolly, A.J. Blayney, D.G. Larson, and C.M. Ross
Session: D7. Reusing and Revitalizing Contaminated Sites
Time: Thursday, 10:05-10:30 a.m.

Presentation: Real-Time Data Monitoring during Source Zone Remediation Using Large Diameter Auger with Steam and Zero-Valent Iron
Presenter: Catherine Soistman
Co-Authors: J. Langenbach, and Z. Munger
Session: I8. Real-Time Analysis to Inform Decision Making
Time: Thursday, 10:30-10:55 a.m.

Presentation: Know Your Enemy: Implementation of Bioremediation within a Suspected DNAPL Source Zone following HighResolution Site Characterization at Contractors Road Heavy Equipment Area, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Presenter: Mike Burcham
Co-Authors: R. Daprato, M. Burcham, and J. Johnson
Session: B8. Lessons Learned in DNAPL Source Zone Remediation
Time: Thursday, 12:10-12:35 p.m.

Panel Moderators

Panel: U.S. and Australian Perspectives on PFAS Management Approaches
Moderator: Rula A. Deeb
Time: Monday, 12:10-1:50 p.m.

Panel: Enough is Enough: When Do You Have Enough Data?
Moderator: David Reynolds
Time: Tuesday, 12:10-1:50 p.m.

Panel Participant

Panel: Enough is Enough: When Do You Have Enough Data?
Panelist: Trevor Carlson
Panel Discussion: Tuesday, Track H
Time: Tuesday, 12:10-1:50 p.m.

Workshop Instructors

Workshop: Remediation of Contaminant Mass in Low-Permeability Materials
Workshop Instructors: James Wang, Ph.D., P.E. and Gary Wealthall, Ph.D., James Rayner
Time: Sunday, 8:00-12 p.m.

Workshop: ITRC Training: Managing PFAS Contamination at Your Site: Site Characterization, Sampling, Fate and Transport, along with Remedial Alternatives
Workshop Instructor: Jason Conder, Ph.D.
Time: Sunday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Workshop: New ITRC Guidance: Remediation Management of Complex Sites
Workshop Instructor: Rula A. Deeb, Ph.D., BCEEM
Time: Sunday, 1:00-5:00 p.m.

Learning Lab Instructors

Learning Lab: 3-D Printing of Conceptual Site Models (CSMs)
Learning Lab Instructors: Chris Martin and Chapman Ross
Time: Monday, 2:15-2:40 p.m.      

Learning Lab:  Training for Environmental Monitoring Performance Optimization (TEMPO)
Learning Lab Instructors: David Reynolds and Silvia Mancini   
Time:  Wednesday, 10:30-10:55 a.m.

Poster Presenters

Poster: Modeling Approaches to Assess Upward DNAPL Migration Potential in Shallow Sediments to Support Remedy Design
Presenter: James Rayner
Co-Authors: G.P. Wealthall, D.A. Reynolds, K.D. Pennell, D.W. Himmelheber, H.L. Cumberland, and J.F. Beech
Session: H1. Groundwater Modeling Advancements
Display: Sunday, 6:00 p.m.-Tuesday, 1:55 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Monday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: 1,4-Dioxane Biodegradation at Low Concentrations
Presenter: Chao Zhou
Co-Authors: Y. Xiong, Y. Tang, and S. Dworatzek
Session: A3. Remediation of 1,4-Dioxane
Display: Sunday, 6:00 p.m.-Tuesday, 1:55 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Monday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Treatability Testing and Remedial Design for In Situ Remediation of Chloropicrin
Presenter: Chris Martin  
Co-Authors: C.M. Ross, R.E. Scott, C.M. Greene, J. Roberts, and A. Przepiora
Session: A4. Other Emerging Contaminants
Display: Sunday, 6:00 p.m.-Tuesday, 1:55 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Monday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Use of Direct-Push Injections and a Biobarrier for Remediating Chlorinated Solvents during Residential Redevelopment
Presenter: Carl R. Elder
Co-Authors: M. deFlaun, and J. Hochreiter
Session: B2. Biological Remedies
Display: Sunday, 6:00 p.m.-Tuesday, 1:55 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Monday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Optimization of EISB and MNA Confirmation at a Complex Site Using Multiple Evaluation Tools
Presenter: Silvia Mancini
Co-Authors: M. McMaster, S. Mancini, L. Zimmerman, C. Elmendorf, B. Dean, and A. McCord
Session: D3. Optimizing Remedial Systems
Display: Sunday, 6:00 p.m.-Tuesday, 1:55 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Monday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: 3-D Printing for Visualizing Sites: Printing Models Instead of Maps
Presenter: Chapman Ross
Co-Authors: C.S. Martin, R.D. Walker, B. Jackson, and A. Barton
Session: H2. Conceptual Site Models
Display: Sunday, 6:00 p.m.-Tuesday, 1:55 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Monday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Technology Screening and Remedy Selection at Large-Scale, Complex DNAPL Sites: Orica Botany Case Study
Presenter: Mike Kavanaugh
Co-Author: E. Suchomel, J. Konzuk, C. Cheyne
Session: I3. Botany "Mega" Site Cleanup Project
Display: Sunday, 6:00 p.m.-Tuesday, 1:55 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Monday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Pilot Testing of In Situ Chemical Reduction-Enhanced Bioremediation at a Former Manufacturing Plant in Germany
Presenter: James Wang
Co-Authors: P.L. Brookner, N.D. Durant, S. Stiasny, and T.R. Etter
Session: B5. Zero Valent Iron Applications
Display: Sunday, 6:00 p.m.-Tuesday, 1:55 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Monday, 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Pump-and-Treat System at a Large Dilute Plume: Opportunities and Challenges for Drinking Water End Use
Presenter: Julie Chambon
Co-Authors: K. Craig, B. Petty, and J. Nyman
Session: E5. Large, Dilute and Commingled Plume Case Studies
Display: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.-Thursday 1:00 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Untangling a Commingled Plume: A Case Study of Overcoming Challenging Site Conditions
Presenter: Courtney Thomas
Co-Authors: C. Thomas, T. Geiger, and C. Elder
Session: E5. Large, Dilute and Commingled Plume Case Studies
Display: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.-Thursday 1:00 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Remediation of Fuel Oil No. 6 LNAPL at a Challenging Site in New Jersey
Presenter: Tom Geiger
Co-Authors: W. Caldicott, P. Kakarla, M. Temple, K. O'Neal, S. Sacco, and D. Riddle
Session: F4. Remediation of Heavy Hydrocarbons
Display: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.-Thursday 1:00 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Three Years of Reductive Dechlorination at a Chlorinated Solvent Site
Presenter: Jessica Yeager
Co-Authors: A.J. Blayney, J.B. Connolly, C.M. Ross, and D.G. Larson
Session: B7. Lessons Learned with In Situ Technologies
Display: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.-Thursday 1:00 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: In Situ Treatment of a NAPL Source Zone Using Combined ISCO, Air Sparging, and SVE to Achieve Regulatory Closure
Presenter: Chris Martin
Co-Authors: C.M. Ross, J.B. Connolly, and C.S. Martin
Session: B8. Lessons Learned in DNAPL Source Zone Remediation
Display: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.-Thursday 1:00 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Phytoremediation of a Former Urban Sewage Lagoon
Presenter: Trevor Jason Carlson
Co-Authors: R. Gestler, and A. Schoonmaker
Session: C8. Phytoremediation/Mycoremediation and Plant Uptake
Display: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.-Thursday 1:00 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: An Interactive Training System for Reduction in Cost and Complexity of Remediation and Long-Term Management of Contaminated Sites
Presenter: David Reynolds
Co-Authors: S. Mancini, J. Rosen, M. Kavanaugh, B. Kueper, K. Mumford, J. Kaupp, and S. Bryck
Session: G7. Decision Analysis Tools for Environmental Restoration Applications
Display: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.-Thursday 1:00 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Poster: Practical Examples of High-Throughput DNA Sequencing Support Engineering and Policy Decisions
Presenter: Duane Graves
Co-Authors: A. Rocha, J. Smith
Session: I9. Use of Advanced Molecular Tools for Site Assessment or Remedy Performance
Display: Wednesday 7:00 a.m.-Thursday 1:00 p.m., Presentations/Reception: Wednesday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Geosyntec Co-Authored Presentations

Co-Authored Platform Presentations

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, M. Kelley, C. Elder, C. Elmendorf, and J. Gabriel
Bruce Thompson (de maximis, inc./USA)
B2. Biological Remedies

Bioaugmentation for Remediation of Aerobic Vinyl Chloride Plumes
T. Mattes, P. Richards, J. Roberts, J. Webb, P. Dennis, S. Dworatzek, P. Dollar, and N. Durant
Tim Mattes (University of Iowa/USA)
B2. Biological Remedies

Denmark's First Full-Scale Microscale Zero Valent Iron PRB Emplaced by Direct Push Injection
T.H. Jorgensen, L. Nissen, A. Przepiora, N.D. Durant, and O. Mikkelsen
Torben Hojbjerg Jorgensen (COWIA/S/Denmark)
B5. Zero Valent Iron Applications

Field Test of Electrokinetically-Delivered and Thermally-Activated Persulfate (EKTAP) for
Remediation of Chlorinated Solvents in Clay
N.A. Head, J.I. Gerhard, A.I.A. Chowdhury, A.M. Inglis, A. Nunez Garcia, J. Hayman, J. Eimers, D. Reynolds, D. Hogberg, M. Auger, L. Austrins, A. Sidebottom, and D.M. O'Carroll
Nicholas Andrew Head (University of Western Ontario/Canada)
C1. Electroenhanced Technologies

From Laboratory to Full-Scale Implementation: Electrokinetically-Enhanced Delivery of Amendments for In Situ Remediation
D.B. Gent, J. Wang, E. Cox, D. Reynolds, and C. Riis. David Gent (U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers/USA)
C1. Electroenhanced Technologies

Laboratory and Field Evaluation of Bioaugmented Granular Activated Carbon for Treatment of Chlorobenzenes and PCBs in Sediment
M.M. Lorah, E.H. Majcher, S. Chow, E.J. Bouwer, A.R. Wadhawan, and N.D. Durant
Michelle Lorah (U.S. Geological Survey/USA)
C10. Emerging Remediation Technologies

Remediation Management of Complex Sites
J.B. Price, C. Spreng, E. Hadley, and R.A. Deeb
Carl Spreng (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment/USA)
E4. Adaptive Site Management and Risk Management Strategies

Quantifiable Lines of Evidence for Chemical Vapor Intrusion
H. Schuver, C. Holton, C. Lutes, J. Kurtz, and R. Truesdale
Henry Schuver (USEPA/USA)
G1. Vapor Intrusion Risk Assessment and Site Management

Supporting Stakeholders through Vapor Intrusion Response Actions in a Large Active Military Manufacturing Building
K.J. Campbell, T.N. Creamer, and D. Caldwell
Karen Campbell (U.S. Navy Facilities Engineering Command Southeast/
USA)
G1. Vapor Intrusion Risk Assessment and Site Management

Virtual Site Investigation: Using Perfect Information to Evaluate Strategies for Conceptual Site Model Development at DNAPL Sites
K.G. Mumford, B.H. Kueper, S. Bryck, D.A. Reynolds, D.W. Major, S. Mancini, M.C. Kavanaugh, and P.K. Kitanidis
Kevin Mumford (Queen's University/Canada)
G7. Decision Analysis Tools for Environmental Restoration Applications

Co-Authored Poster Presentations

Delineating and Treating 1,4-Dioxane and VOCs at the Nuclear Metals, Inc. Superfund Site
B. Thompson, J. Hunt, D. Fuerst, D. Adilman, C. Arsenault, and C. Elder
Bruce Thompson (de maximis, inc./USA)
A3. Remediation of 1,4-Dioxane

Abiotic and Biotic Degradation of TCE by Aquifer Materials from the California Middlefield-Ellis-Whisman ("MEW") Site
M.M. Scherer, D.E. Latta, T. Robinson, T. Mattes, P. Richards, E. Suchomel, R. Deeb, and L. Kane
Michelle Scherer (University of Iowa/USA)
B4. Abiotic and In Situ Biogeochemical Processes

Effect of Dissolved Organic Carbon on Performance of ZVI-Based Remediation
J. Roberts, D. Schnell, and A. Przepiora
Jeff Roberts (SiREM/Canada)
B5. Zero Valent Iron Applications

Anaerobic Degradation of Sulfolane Using Passive Anode-Cathode Technology
A. Schryer, S.D. Siciliano, T. Carlson, T. Obal, and S.R. Burge
Samantha Corinne Chomyshen (University of Saskatchewan/Canada)
C1. Electroenhanced Technologies

The Influence of Electrokinetic Bioremediation on Subsurface Microbial Communities in Perchloroethylene-Contaminated Soil
M.L. Altizer, A.G. Delgado, R. Krajmalnik-Brown, C. Torres, J. Wang, and E. Cox
Megan Leigh Altizer (Enoveo USA/USA)
C1. Electroenhanced Technologies

Electrokinetically-Emplaced Amendments for Enhanced Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvents in Clay: A Pilot Field Test
A. Inglis, N. Head, A. Chowdhury, A. Nunez Garcia, J. Gerhard, J. Hayman, J. Eimers, D. Reynolds, D. Hogberg, M. Auger, L. Austrins, A. Sidebottom, E. Edwards, L. Lomheim, K. Weber, S. Wallace, and D. O'Carroll
Ainsley Inglis (Western University/Canada)
C1. Electroenhanced Technologies

Geophysics Tomography for Time-Lapse Mapping of In Situ STAR Thermal Remediation
L.M. Trento, J.I. Gerhard, P. Tsourlos, M. McMaster, A. Sims, D. Liefl, and J. Vidumsky
Jason Gerhard (University of Western Ontario/Canada)
D4. Advances in Monitoring Injection Effectiveness (e.g., Radius of Influence)

Microbial Recovery after Eutrophic Conditions during Biostimulation at Hydrocarbon-Impacted Sites
L.M. Moehlman, S.D. Siciliano, K. Bradshaw, and T.J. Carlson
Lisa Moehlman (University of Saskatchewan/Canada)
F2. In Situ Remediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons

Remediation of DNAPL-Impacted Sites Using Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation: Experience-Based Remediation Using Virtual Data Set
B.H. Kueper, K.G. Mumford, S. Bryck, D.A. Reynolds, S. Mancini, D. Major, and M.C. Kavanaugh
Bernard Kueper (Queen's University/Canada)
G7. Decision Analysis Tools for Environmental Restoration Applications

Complex Challenges at Light Nonaqueous Phase Liquid Sites: An Overview of the NAVFAC
Fact Sheet
D.W. Tomlinson, T. Meyers, W. Condit, S. Rosansky, D. Nair, and N. Durant
Derek Tomlinson (GEI Consultants, Inc./USA)
H2. Conceptual Site Models

Quantifying Aquifer Recharge from an Unlined Drainage Ditch Receiving Treated Water
K. Sun, A. Brown, A. Barnhart, E. Keene, T. Andrews, and P. Salcido
Kerang Sun (Jacobs/USA)
H2. Conceptual Site Models

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More Information

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