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2011 SMART Remediation Toronto – February 17th, 2011

SMART Remediation talks have focused on innovative technologies for remediating contaminated sites, approaches for site characterization, project case studies, regulatory and industry perspectives, and other related topics.

The 1st SMART Remediation conference was held in Toronto on Thursday, February 17th, 2011. Details on the speakers and presentations are provided below.

Jan Dean: Introduction to the Membrane Interface Probe (MIP) in Ontario

Rick McGregor: The Use of Laser-Induced Fluorescence for Detailed Source Zone Characterization

Adam Gilmore: MIP Case Studies: High resolution characterization of subsurface contamination at 2 Sites

Kirsten Cooper: Waterloo Emitter – An Inexpensive, Low Maintenance, Enhanced Bioremediation Technology

Bruce Tunnicliffe: In-Situ Closing





Speakers

Jan Dean
Jan Dean, Strata Soil Sampling
Introduction to the Membrane Interface Probe (MIP) in Ontario
Bio | Abstract
Rick McGregor M.Sc., MBA, CGWP, P.Geo.
Rick McGregor M.Sc., MBA, CGWP, P.Geo., Vertex Environmental Inc.
The Use of Laser-Induced Fluorescence for Detailed Source Zone Characterization
Bio | Abstract
Adam Gilmore M.A.Sc.
Adam Gilmore M.A.Sc., University of Guelph
MIP Case Studies: High resolution characterization of subsurface contamination at 2 Sites
Bio | Abstract
Kristen Cooper M.Sc.
Kristen Cooper M.Sc., Solinst
Waterloo Emitter – An Inexpensive, Low Maintenance, Enhanced Bioremediation Technology
Bio | Abstract
Bruce Tunnicliffe
Bruce Tunnicliffe, Vertex Environmental Inc.
Soil Variability Implications for ISCO Remediation
Bio | Abstract