If you are facing challenging site conditions and looking for improved strategies and solutions to achieve site cleanup, the Eleventh International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds is for you.
The conference, held April 8-12 in Palm Springs, is organized and presented by Battelle and offers insights on the key trends evolving within the remediation industry and prospects for the expanded use of innovative and sustainable technologies.
This is a time of rapid change in our industry and updates will be provided on the latest solutions for key challenges related to remediating source zones, improving remedy performance, managing complex sites, mitigating vapor intrusion, addressing emerging contaminants, and more. Join the environmental remediation community to network, learn and share ideas.
More than 1,600 environmental professionals are expected to attend the conference, which features extensive exhibits, hands-on demonstrations, a plenary talk, technical tracks and panels, as well as enhanced networking with national and international remediation experts.
Sponsors include leading organizations active in remediation technology research and application.
The Welcome Reception will take place on Sunday evening, April 8, during which time the exhibit hall will be open and technical posters will be displayed. More than 100 exhibit booths will be featured by companies and government agencies engaged in remediation-related activities.
The Conference Program will begin Monday morning, April 9, with a Plenary Session. Join Scott Fulton, President of the Environmental Law Institute (ELI), as he discusses "Environmental Protection: A Changing Landscape" focusing on the evolving roles of government at all levels, the private sector, and the public, in shaping the sustainable solutions of tomorrow.
Our largest technical program to date will be held Monday afternoon through Thursday, and will consist of more than 1,100 platform and poster presentations in 80 breakout sessions and seven panel discussions. Sessions and panels are organized according to the major themes presented below that address technology innovations and solutions to key environmental restoration challenges:
- Emerging Contaminants
- Remediation Technologies
- Remediation Technology Developments
- Assessing Remediation Effectiveness
- Green and Sustainable Remediation
- Fracture Rock
- Address Challenging Site Conditions
- Petroleum and Heavy Hydrocarbon Site Strategies
- Vapor Intrusion
- Technology Transfer and Stakeholder Communications
- Characterization, Fate and Transport
- International Environmental Remediation Markets
- Advanced Diagnostic Tools