Contaminated Soil and Groundwater, Assessment and Remediation
April 22-24, 2020 // Richmond
Environmental condition of properties is an important issue in redevelopment, financing and transactions.
All stakeholders must be aware of potential environmental liabilities.
This detailed three-day seminar provides information on approaches and methodologies on the basis of Environmental Chemistry required for assessment and remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater in accordance with the phased structure of ESA, RA and remediation.
Applicable Environmental Chemistry concepts and principles, along with fundamentals of soil and groundwater properties as well as fate and transport of contaminants in porous media, will be provided to be employed in the standard procedures outlined in phased structured ESA including sampling and analysis, Human Health RA and exposure control.
Conventional and innovative soil and groundwater remediation methods will be discussed along with cleanup requirements.