Understanding Migration, Assessment, and Remediation of Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids - Course
Scientists and engineers designing remediation systems must first have knowledge of the characteristics and behavior of NAPLs in the subsurface to begin conceptualizing and characterizing an NAPL plume. A thorough understanding of how NAPLs migrate in a hydrogeologic system will guide you in considering the technical practicability of remediating the source and its plume. This three-day course is designed to educate you with respect to the compounds and properties of NAPLs, their migration characteristics, and remediation technologies. Case histories are presented that describe the detection, characterization, monitoring, and remediation of contamination scenarios involving DNAPLs and LNAPLs such as TCE/PCE, chlorinated solvents, PCM, coal tar, and fuels.