Classroom Training - Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation of Solvents in Ground Water

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A variety of sources give rise to plumes of chlorinated solvents in soils and groundwater at tens of thousands of locations across the country. Remediation of these typically recalcitrant compounds has been problematic for a number of reasons and the costs of remediation are daunting. Research and full-scale implementation suggest that in situ bioremediation is a cost-effective solution in many cases. Developed by ITRC’s In Situ Bioremediation Team and the Remediation Technologies Development Forum, this course focused on the use of enhancements to the subsurface environment to accelerate the biodegradation of chlorinated solvents and was designed to provide technical and regulatory information sufficient for making informed decisions about the feasibility of enhanced in situ bioremediation projects. Participants worked with other members of the environmental community in solving realistic problems typically encountered when designing and operating an enhanced in situ bioremediation system.

Learn more about enhanced in situ bioremediation in ITRC’s associated documents and Internet-based training.

Dates Locations
May 3, 2005 Portland, OR
September 28, 2004 Denver, CO
August 23, 2004 Indianapolis, IN
October 28, 2003 Chicago, IL
November 14, 2002 Oakland, CA
October 8, 2002 Charlottesville, VA
December 4, 2001 New Orleans, LA
October 23, 2001 Pasadena, CA
October 19, 2000 San Antonio, TX
August 19, 2000 Boston, MA
June 5, 2000 Atlantic City, NJ

 

Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation of Solvents in Ground Water

Participants

887 participants attended the classroom training on Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation of Solvents in Ground Water, 2000-2005.

Private Sector: 226, State / local Government 519, Federal Government: 89, and other: 53

Classroom Training Quotes

"This was my second such course from ITRC. They are very professional and extremely timely. I strongly recommend their continued development/offering on new topics. Great job! Speakers are excellent."

- College Professor