2013 NGWA Summit — The National and International Conference on Groundwater

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Groundwater: Prevention, Detection, and Remediation®

Tuesday, April 30, 2013: 8:00 a.m.-9:20 a.m.
Regency West 6 (Hyatt Regency San Antonio)
The management of petroleum and hydrocarbon impacted sites continues to be a significant environmental issue, with petroleum site remediation costs exceeding one billion dollars annually. Scientists, engineers, private industry, and regulators are constantly searching for improved approaches for effective characterization and remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated sites. Decreased funds for cleanup and environmental restoration have forced both government and industry to consider innovative options to move sites to closure.
Jeffrey A. Johnson, Ph.D., PG
NewFields, Houston, TX

8:00 a.m.
Flow First, Sediment Second: Controlling the Flow of Contaminated Groundwater to Facilitate In-Stream Sediment Remediation

Benjamin S. Johnson, Anchor QEA, LLC
John Edwards, RG, CEG, Anchor QEA, LLC
John J. Renda, RG, Anchor QEA, LLC
Michael Riley, PhD, Anchor QEA, LLC
Timothy Stone, Anchor QEA, LLC
Matt Wilson, Anchor QEA, LLC
8:20 a.m.
In Situ Chemical Oxidation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons Utilizing Ozone

David Robinson, LSRP, Synergy Environmental Inc
Fredrick Shoyer III, LSRP, Synergy Environmental, Inc
8:40 a.m.
Coed Darcy – How Green is the Valley Now?

Natalyn Ala, CGeol, PG, (CA), CSci, Atkins Limited
Michael Poland, CGeol, MSc, BSc, Atkins Limited
9:00 a.m.
Determination of the Radius of Influence for Chemical Treatment in an Unconfined Aquifer

Rusty W. Wheat, LPG, Terra Environmental Corporation
Mike Wirt, CHMM, Principle Project Manager
Jason Stephens, Terra Environmental Corporation
Jeffrey L. Stone, Licensed, Driller, Indiana, Lt Environmental Drilling
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