Battelle 2018 Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds
S2C2 is celebrating our 20th year in business (1998-2018), and we will have our largest presence ever at the The Eleventh International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds. The conference, being held this year in Palm Springs, California from April 8-12, 2018, is "one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive meetings on the application of innovative technologies and approaches for characterization, monitoring, and management of chlorinated and complex sites." S2C2 will have a booth highlighting our Direct-Sensing Technologies and advanced 3D Visualization services, which we use to solve complex environmental problems.
In addition, Tom Koester will be presenting a talk on the Use of Multiple Direct-Sensing Technologies and 3-D Visualization to Complete a High-Resolution Site Characterization of a DNAPL Pool. Thursday at 12:10 at The Renaissance Hotel, Madera room Session H.
Above is an animation of a High Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC) program recently completed at a small manufacturing facility that had chlorinated volatile organic compound (CVOC) impacts in soil and groundwater. The HRSC program utilized the Membrane Interface Probe (MIP) to identify and delineate a pool of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) situated on top of a shallow clay unit. Precise delineation of the DNAPL pool was verified with the Optical Imaging Profiler (OIP). Note the OIP is not designed to typically detect DNAPL, but in this case the DNAPL was co-mingled with PAHs, allowing the OIP to be used. 3D Visualization of the MIP and OIP results created with C Tech's Earth Volumetric Studio are presented in this animation.
Come stop by our booth (#926), next to the Learning Labs, to discuss our services! The following S2C2 staff will be available to answer any of your questions:
Matthew Ruf (Director of Direct-Push/Sensing Services)
Jason Ruf (Director of Data Visualization Services)
Tom Koester (Senior Environmental Scientist)
Steve Gelb (President)