Direct Push Technology - As Useful as Ever...and Cost Effective Too

Thursday, December 7, 2017: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
207 CD (Music City Center)
Direct-Push Technology (DPT), including Cone Penetrometer Testing (CPT), Membrane Interface Probes (MIPs), laser induced fluorescence (LIF), and in-situ groundwater and soil samplers provide efficient, cost-effective methods for environmental professionals to investigate and remediate contaminated sites. The relatively high costs of evaluating groundwater quality for site assessments, coupled with regulatory agency compliance requirements, create an increasing financial burden on prospective clients. This combined technology can provide an edge in an increasingly competitive environmental industry. This workshop will provide an overview of DPT for investigation and remediation applications.
Bruce Manchon, PG and John Sciacca, PG
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