Fifth International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies

The Fifth International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies will be held April 15-18, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland.

The Bioremediation Symposium is a forum for sharing research results, practical experiences, and opportunities associated with advances in bioremediation and green and sustainable practices in remediation. The development, implementation, use, and results of advanced tools for assessment and monitoring, as well as the challenges of applying bioremediation at various types of complex sites, are also examined. Several sessions will focus on treatment technologies for emerging contaminants, including per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

April 15-18, 2019
Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor
410 W. Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 USA


Platforms/Posters:

B1. Combined Remedies

  • Antimethanogenic ISCR Approaches for Urban Dry Cleaner Sites: Source Mass Destruction and Dissolved Phase Dehalogenation.
    K. Gaskill, G. Booth, and J. Mueller. Keith Gaskill (EnviroForensics, LLC/USA)
  • * Combined Remedial Approaches for CVOC Treatment in Soil and Groundwater: Excavation, MPE, and ISCR.
    S.S. Aluani, M.C.F. Spilborghs, E. Pujol, F. Tomiatti, J.G. Mueller, J.G. Booth, T. Xavier, and R. Moura. Sidney Aluani (SGW Services/Brazil)

B3. Innovative and Efficient Amendment Delivery Strategies

  • * 10 Years of In Situ Chemical Reduction in Tropical Environments: Lessons Learned and Conclusions So Far.
    S.S. Aluani, M.C.F. Spilborghs, E. Pujol, F. Tomiatti, J.G. Mueller, and J.G. Booth. Sidney Aluani (SGW Services/Brazil)

C4. Biodegradation in Complex Geological Settings

  • * Combining Remediation Technologies for Complex Hydrogeological Sites Impacted by Chlorinated Solvents (Brazil).
    S.S. Aluani, M.C.F. Spilborghs, E. Pujol, F. Tomiatti, J.G. Mueller, J.G. Booth, and N.C. Nascimento. Sidney Aluani (SGW Services/Brazil)

D1. Enhanced Methods for Biodegradation of Organic and Inorganic Contaminants

  • * Antimethanogenic In Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR) in Groundwater Impacted by Chlorinated Solvents (Brazil Site).
    S.S. Aluani, M.C.F. Spilborghs, E. Pujol, F. Tomiatti, J.G. Mueller, and J.G. Booth. Sidney Aluani (SGW Services/Brazil)
  • * New Integrated Biogeochemical/Electrochemical Method for Remediation of Contaminated Groundwater.
    E. Elgressy, G. Elgressy, R. Mandelbaum, G. Mandelbaum, and J. Mueller. Raphi Mandelbaum (LDD Advanced Technologies, Ltd./Israel)

D2. Advances in Amendment Formulation

  • * Advances in AMR Technology to Control Excessive Methanogenesis.
    J. Mueller, W. Moody, J.G. Booth, M. Scalzi, and K. Finneran. Jim Mueller (Provectus Environmental Products, Inc./USA)

E9. Combined Approaches for the Remediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons

  • * Successful Self-Activating ISCO/Enhanced Bioremediation for BTEX Remediation: Soil Mixing Brazil Site.
    S.S. Aluani, M.C.F. Spilborghs, E. Pujol, F. Tomiatti, J.G. Mueller, and J.G. Booth. Sidney Aluani (SGW Services/Brazil)


Contact
Email: biosymp@battelle.org
Phone: (614) 424-7866
#BattelleBioSymp19

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