Soil Gas Sampling

Presented on Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Environmental drilling, as a whole, is about the evaluation of subsurface contaminants and ultimately the protection and integrity of groundwater resources. There are several different procedures for collecting soil gas samples at a site for initial screening or conducting the site survey or for confirmation sampling of a remedial clean-up, but some aspects are universal, as well as crucial. Using regulatory guidance and pertinent accepted standards, you will learn proper soil gas collection protocols.

Thomas D. Dalzell, CWD
PowerProbe, AMS, American Falls, ID
Mr. Dalzell has more than twenty years of experience in the environmental field. He works in the PowerProbe Direct Push Research and Development Department for AMS. His experience at AMS includes initial design and testing of new products and improvement of existing products. He also conducts training and demonstrations for customers, universities, and regulatory agencies. His specialties and past work experience has been, but is not limited to: geology; subsurface site characterization and remedial investigations; and groundwater investigations and monitoring programs. Mr. Dalzell also has been involved with the direction of field activities for various environmental projects.

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