Arcadis - Advances in Remediation

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Learn how experts are shaping the future of the remediation industry with innovative methods and cutting-edge tools to solve some of the most complex environmental challenges facing our world today.

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Learn how experts are shaping the future of the remediation industry with innovative methods and cutting-edge tools to solve some of the most complex environmental challenges facing our world today.
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πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ English
last modified
2019-05-13 18:45
last episode published
2016-10-13 20:13
publication frequency
21.87 days
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Number of Episodes
8
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
13.10.2016

Matt Schnobrich - Innovation as a Mindset: Achieving Remediation Endpoints in a Back Diffusion World

Though thousands of contaminated sites have been successfully closed over the last four decades, there are still some sites that present significant challenges. Matthew Schnobrich discusses how the evolution of remediation technology and investigation ...
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6.06.2016

Allan Horneman - Focusing on the Mass that Matters: Successful Remediation at Fractured Rock Sites

Dr. Alan Horneman challenges the assumption that the concept of back diffusion proves it’s impossible to remediate fractured rock plumes to low clean-up standards. Here he talks about new strategies and real successes in the treatment of fractured bedr...
Arcadis author
6.06.2016

Rick Ahlers - Understanding NAPL Seepage: A Robust CSM Leads to Cost-Effective Sheen Mitigation

Effective, long-term mitigation of NAPL seeps and resulting sheens depend on robust conceptual site models. Rick Ahlers discusses NAPL mobility, the development of NAPL seepage conceptual site models and the state of the art in NAPL seepage mitigation....
Arcadis author
13.05.2016

Keith White - Winning with Karst: Effectively Managing These Most-Challenging Sites

The U.S. Geological Survey estimates that potential karst-forming bedrock is beneath 20% of the United States. This means that, on average, karst-forming rocks are a problem for one out of five contaminated sites. Even though karst may be a common prob...
Arcadis author
13.05.2016

Jeff Gillow - Tackling the In Situ Treatment of Metals: The Case for Speciation

The treatment of metals and metalloids in an in situ system is challenging. Metals cannot be destroyed, and their in situ treatment relies on transforming their solubility, and hence mobility, in soil and groundwater systems. When information on specia...
Arcadis author
13.05.2016

Ian Ross - New Tools for Characterization and Treatment of PFAS

Poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances have come under increasing scientific and regulatory scrutiny and will soon be federally regulated in the United States. However, many remediation leaders may not be aware these contaminants exist on their sites. Dr....
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13.05.2016

Scott Potter - Dynamic Groundwater Recirculation

Dr. Scott Potter talks about a new remediation method called Dynamic Groundwater Recirculation. The approach is changing the way we think about treating aquifers and allowing successful outcomes where remediation was once considered impossible.For more...
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13.05.2016

Jason Carter- Transforming Remediation Through Arcadis Innovation

Jason Carter highlights some of the most significant trends and innovations that will drive the evolution of remediation. Find out how you can begin to implement these important ideas and create a culture of innovation in your own company.For more info...
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