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American Institute of Professional Geologists
Georgia Section

5th Conference: Innovative Environmental Assessment and Remediation Technology
AIPG Georgia Section - April 23 & 24, 2014
Kennesaw State University | Continuing Education | Kennesaw, Georgia
Speaker Schedule
Exhibitors and Sponsors


Case Studies of Surfactant and Chemical Oxidant Remediation of Large
LNAPL and DNAPL Plumes using EcoVac's Patented SURFAC and ISCO-EFR Technologies

David M. Goodrich, EcoVac Services, Inc.

Vapor Instrusion: The Three most often asked questions
Jim Fineis, Atlas Geo-Sampling Company

Innovative Soil and Groundwater Remediation ART Single-Point AS/VE Technologies
Mohamed Odah, Accelerated Remediation Technologies, Inc.

Electron Acceptor Selection for Enhanced Bioremediation of Non-chlorinated Hydrocarbons
Bill Walsh, EOS Remediation LLC

Remediation of Mercury in Groundwater at Solid Waste Landfills
Martha K. Carr, Geosyntec Consultants

Activated Sodium Persulfate In-situ Blending Combines Environmental Remediation and Soil Stabilization
Patrick Hicks, PeroxyChem, LLC

Self-Staining Treatment for Active Remediation (STAR)
Shanna Thompson, Geosyntec

Description and Trial Testing of a Sinusoidal Slug Testing Device in an Unconfined Aquifer
Don A. Lundy, Groundwater & Environmental Services, Inc.

From Bench Scale to Full Scale: High Pressure Injection of Calcium Peroxide into Limestone Bedrock
Brantley C. Rudd, Exo Tech, Inc.

New ASTM E1527-13 Standard for Phase I Assessment
Joan B. Sasine, Bryan Cave LLP

Jungle Fumble: An Insider's Look at the Battle Between Ecuador and Chevron Over the Oil Contaimination in Northeastern Ecuador
David L. Russell, Global Environmental Operations, Inc.

Design Considerations for Large-Diameter Auger Soil Mixing with Steam and Zero-Valent Iron for Remediatoin of Chlorinated VOCs
David Hanley, Geosyntec Consultants of NC, PC

Reading the Groundwater Roadmap: Site Management Strategy at Sangamo-Eston OUI Pickens, South Carolina
Simon K. Kline, CH2MHILL

Phytoremediation at a Petroleum-Release Site in Georgia
Dan Centofanti, Mill Creek Environmental Services, Inc.

Chemical Oxidation vs. Chemical Reduction - Choosing theRight Application
Kenneth Summerour, Eden Remediation Services

Aggressive Treatment to Accelerate Site Closure, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia
Craig L. Sprinkle, CH2MHILL

Optimizing Soil and Groundwater Remediation Using MiHpt (Membrane Interface Probe Hydraulic Profiling Tool) Measurements
Roger E. Lamb, Columbia Technologies

BOS 100 Remediation of Chlorinated Solvent-Impacted Groundwater in Overburden and Bedrock at a Former Dry Cleaning Facility
Duane Guilfoil, AST Environmental, Inc.

UST Update
Lon Revall, Georgia Environmental Protection Division

State Cleanup Programs (HSRA, VRP, and Brownfield)
Derrick Williams, Georgia Environmental Protection Division

Hydraulic Fracturing ("Fracking"): Why (ASTM) Standards: Planning a Framework and
Attaining Balance Within a Maturing Unconventional Oil and Gas Industry

Caryl Alfaro, Earth Resource Systems, LLC

Geology of the Ocoee River Gorge and Mitigation of Acid Drainage During Construction
of the Ocoee Olympic Whitewater Course

Dan Centofanti, Mill Creek Environmental Services, Inc.

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