Classroom Training - Permeable Reactive Barriers for Chlorinated Solvent, Inorganic, and Radionuclide Contamination

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This training course focused on the application and deployment of permeable reactive barriers and was designed to assist professionals in the regulatory community in overseeing the design, implementation, and monitoring of groundwater remedies that involve the deployment of permeable reactive barriers. Permeable reactive barriers were one of the most exciting new developments in treating contaminated groundwater. Their rapid deployment created demand for more information on their effectiveness and cost, as well as remaining implementation issues. EPA’s National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Subsurface Protection and Remediation Division, and the Technology Innovation Office, in cooperation with the Remediation Development Forum and the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council, developed this 1 ½ day training course on the use of permeable reactive barriers for remediating and managing contaminated groundwater.

Learn more about permeable reactive barriers in ITRC’s associated documents and Internet-based training.

Dates Locations
September 12, 2000 Kansas City, MO
July 25, 2000 Chicago, IL
June 13, 2000 Denver, CO
May 2, 2000 New York, NY
March 21, 2000 San Francisco, CA
February 8, 2000 Atlanta, GA
November 16, 1999 Dallas, TX
September 21, 1999 Philadelphia, PA
August 10, 1999 Tacoma, WA
June 22, 1999 Boston, MA
March 30, 1999 Princeton, NJ
In Situ Permeable Reactive Barriers: Applications and Deployment


1,214 participants attended the classroom training on In Situ Permeable Reactive Barriers: Applications and Deployment, 1999-2000

Private Sector: 246, State / local Government 609, Federal Government: 297, and other: 62