workshop info : 2018 : West Palm Beach, 03/01

The Remediation Workshop
in West Palm Beach, FL

Thursday, March 1, 2018

This workshop is free of charge for all attendees, but please note that registration is required.

Jim Brannigan, event host
Remediation Division Manager at FECC, Inc.

Professional Development: West Palm Beach Remediation Workshop
This workshop includes 4 hours of Professional Development Hours (PDH's) for attending this workshop.
Scheduled Presentations
Molecular Biological Tools (MBTs): Actionable Data for Site Management?
Sam Rosolina, Ph.D.
Analytical Chemist, Microbial Insights
From The Laboratory to Field Implementation: Bioremediation Design Concepts for Success
Dick Raymond
President, Terra Systems
Keys to Successful Injection and Soil Blending Applications
Ken Summerour
Vice President, Principal Geologist, Eden Remediation Services
Steam Enhanced Soil Mixing and the Addition of ZVI to Remedy Chlorinated Contaminated Sites
Jim Brannigan
Remediation Division Manager, FECC, Inc.
High-Resolution Site Characterization — The Key to Successful Remediation
John Sohl
President & CEO, Columbia Technologies
Order of Events
11:15 am Sign-in and networking with exhibitorsBuffet-style lunch served during sign-in.
11:45 am Welcome and remarks from
Environmental Workshops
12:00 pm Opening discussion
12:15 pm Presentations
Sam Rosolina
Microbial Insights
Dick Raymond
Terra Systems
1:55 pm coffee break
2:15 pm Presentations
Ken Summerour
Eden Remediation Services
Jim Brannigan
FECC, Inc.
3:55 pm coffee break
4:10 pm Presentations
John Sohl
Columbia Technologies
5:00 pm After-hours networking
Exhibiting at this Remediation Workshop
There are exhibitor spaces remaining for this event.
For information about exhibiting at this or another Environmental Workshops event, please contact us.
Workshop Venue:

Embassy Suites PGA Boulevard – Palm Beach Gardens

4350 PGA Boulevard
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

Room Rate:Self-parking (Garage)
Parking Fee:

This workshop is free of charge for all attendees, but please note that registration is required.

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