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Soil and Groundwater Remediation

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

This course exposes participants to the fundamentals of professional practice, hydrology, soil formation, soil-water and groundwater chemistry and microbiology, environmental contaminants and remedial technologies as they relate to the remediation of the soil and groundwater at a site. Participants will gain “hands-on” experience ...

Soil and Groundwater Remediation for the TCEQ

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

This course covers the theory and practical application of various on- and off-site remediation technologies for contaminated soil and groundwater. Presentations emphasize elements governing the selection of the most effective technology for a specific site. Case history exercises deal with problem-solving methodologies used in calculating field ...


Low-Cost Remediation Strategies for Organic Contaminants in Soil and Groundwater - Course

by National Ground Water Association (NGWA)     based in Westerville, OHIO (USA)

This course covers several low-cost techniques for remediation of soil and groundwater contaminated with organic contaminants, such as fuel hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents. Some of the remediation strategies to be covered include natural attenuation, bioventing, soil vapor extraction, addition of low-cost substrates to stimulate ...

Principles of Groundwater - Flow, Transport, and Remediation - Course

by National Ground Water Association (NGWA)     based in Westerville, OHIO (USA)

This three-day course is designed to examine the concepts, theories, and processes in hydrogeology. Discussions address a range of issues including the movement and occurrence of groundwater, transmissivity, hydraulic head and gradient, aquifer test procedures and analysis, water quality characterization, solute transport, plume configuration and ...

Fundamentals of Groundwater Geochemistry - Course

by National Ground Water Association (NGWA)     based in Westerville, OHIO (USA)

This is an introductory geochemistry course for scientists and engineers working in the fields of groundwater site characterization, contamination, and remediation. Basic chemical interactions occurring between water and soil/aquifer material that determine the composition of natural water and affect the migration of contaminants will be covered, ...

Practical Applications of Groundwater Geochemistry - Course

by National Ground Water Association (NGWA)     based in Westerville, OHIO (USA)

This is a course for scientists and engineers who work in the fields of groundwater characterization, contamination, and remediation. Conditions resulting from groundwater and aquifer/soil interactions will be discussed in this course; the effect of introducing a variety of contaminants will be examined. Case studies will be used to explain data ...

Environmental Geochemistry of Metals - Investigation and Remediation - Course

by National Ground Water Association (NGWA)     based in Westerville, OHIO (USA)

Soil and groundwater at many mining, industrial, and power utility sites in the United States and elsewhere are contaminated by metals, radionuclides, and other inorganic chemicals. Remediation by natural attenuation, also known as intrinsic remediation, is a viable approach for reducing the risk associated with metal/inorganic solute plumes in ...

Natural Attenuation for Remediation of Contaminated Sites - Course

by National Ground Water Association (NGWA)     based in Westerville, OHIO (USA)

This course provides the practical information needed to form a coherent approach for applying remediation by natural attenuation at field sites. It stresses the underlying concepts and field implementation procedures for evaluating and applying remediation by natural attenuation. It also provides in-depth discussions of the mechanisms of natural ...

Groundwater Contamination and Remediation: Principles and Practices

by Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC)     based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA)

In this 2-day course, attendees will learn the basic principles of contaminant geohydrology, fate and transport, and groundwater remediation. This course will cover the scope of the groundwater contamination problem in the United States, the drivers that mandate addressing these problems, and the technical constraints and practical solutions to ...

Hydrogeology in Plain English - Course

by National Ground Water Association (NGWA)     based in Westerville, OHIO (USA)

This course has been designed for professionals associated with the groundwater industry either through business interactions or their workplace environment. Attendees need not be trained in math and science, and need no prior introduction to hydrogeology. The course, presented in everyday conversational language, is more inclusive than a primer ...

Fundamental Contaminant Chemistry in Soil and Groundwater

by Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC)     based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA)

This two-day course includes an overview of key chemistry concepts associated with environmental contamination and provides a foundation for understanding contaminant fate and transport.

Emerging Contaminants Workshop

by Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC)     based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA)

In this one-day workshop, we will explore the topic of emerging contaminants related to soil and groundwater remediation.  Over the past few years, several agencies and organizations have released strategies and recommendations related to emerging contaminants.  In general, emerging contaminants are ones for which incomplete toxicity data exists ...

Environmental Chemistry Course

by Environmental Management Institute, Inc.     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

Many occupational and environmental regulations are based upon the threats of common chemical contaminants. This course examines the effects of chemicals on human health and the environment and explores the ways in which chemicals move through the air, water, and soil.

23rd IPEC: International Petroleum Environmental Conference

by University of Tulsa - CESE     based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA)

This conference brings together professionals who are involved in developing and implementing new technology to address and resolve environmental problems in exploration, production, refining, health and safety.Who attends: 81.7% - Industry; 8.7% - Government Agencies; 9.6% - AcademiaConference presentations will include:Water Management ...

40-Hour HAZWOPER Seminar

by Compliance Solutions     based in Denver, COLORADO (USA)

40-Hour HAZWOPER Seminar provides the initial classroom training mandated by OSHA 29 CFR1910.120(e). Workers attending this instructor-led course will cover 18 different OSHA suggested topics including Health and Safety Procedures, PPE used during work operations at hazardous material sites, Medical Monitoring and many others.

Contaminant Vapor Migration and Intrusion

by Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC)     based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA)

This course provides an overview of the vapor intrusion exposure pathway including its scientific foundation, regulatory framework, and the technical aspects of investigating and remediating contaminated vapor sites. The class will cover topics such as: screening sites for potential vapor intrusion concerns, conducting field investigations, ...

Model Toxics Control Act: An Introduction

by Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC)     based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA)

The objective of this one day workshop is to introduce environmental consultants, federal, state and local government staff, and members of the general public to Washington's Model Toxics Control Act (WAC 173-340). This workshop will provide an overview of the MTCA administrative requirements and associated cleanup standards. Participants will ...

Soil Chemistry- How Organic and Inorganic Chemicals React in Soils

by AEHS Foundation     based in Amherst, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Soil Chemistry is the study of soil as a complex mixture of reacting and interacting organic and inorganic chemicals.  This course will focus on the study of the basic physical, chemical, mineralogical, and biological properties of a wide variety of soil systems.  It will also focus on the study of the fundamental, governing principles ...

Horizontal Drilling Training

by Gowen Environmental Limited     based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Session Objective: After reading this section and attending this lecture the attendee will have an increased knowledge of: Basic Trenchless Excavation Construction Methods (TEC). Basic Horizontal Earth and Rock Boring methodology. Horizontal Environmental Well material installation techniques. Horizontal Boring equipment used in small diameter ...

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