workshop info : 2018 : Salt Lake City, 03/29

The Remediation Workshop
in Salt Lake City, UT

Thursday, March 29, 2018

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

Jesse Taylor, event host
President at Remington Technologies

Professional Development: Salt Lake City Remediation Workshop
This workshop includes 4 hours of Professional Development Hours (PDH's) for attending this workshop.
Scheduled Presentations
Combined Remediation Technology Synergies
Jesse Taylor
President, Remington Technologies
Remote Monitoring Made Real Time
Erin Van Dell
Technical Sales Representative, Pine Environmental
A New Look at Surfactant Enhanced Remediation
James Edgerly
Managing Director, Co-Founder, BioSolve
Update on High Resolution Site Characterization Tools, Conceptual Site Models, and In-Situ Remediation Applications
John Fontana
President, CEO, Vista GeoScience

A complete list of training presenters participating in the Salt Lake City remediation Workshop will be available in this space at a later date. Please visit this page again soon. You can also contact us to be informed of event updates.

EnviroWorkshops presenters are leaders and innovators in their field. Many are patent-holders. All bring depth of experience and expertise to the workshop sessions that will fully reward your commitment of time.

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
1:35 pm coffee break
2:00 pm Presentations
3:20 pm coffee break
3:35 pm Presentations
5:00 pm After-hours networking
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This workshop is free of charge for all attendees, but please note that registration is required.

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