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After four years, a global pandemic, and countless regulatory changes within the industry, the remediation challenges you’re facing may have changed since the last Battelle Chlorinated conference.

We’re ready to help.

Whether you need support with drilling and characterization or are interested in solutions for the source zone or plume, we have the technologies and expertise you need to get results.

Come by Booth #715 to chat with our experts, or plan to attend one of their platform, poster, learning lab, or in-booth presentations (schedule below). You’ll also have the opportunity to win a pair of BOSE Smart Noise Cancelling Headphones, just by stopping by and dropping off a business card.

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Thermal Design and Best Practices: Real-Time Solutions to Unexpected Challenges Encountered during Thermal Conductive Heating Projects

  • Presenter: Steffen Griepke
  • Session B2: Thermal Conductive Heating: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
  • Schedule: Tuesday, May 24 from 10:55 am - 11:20 am

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Thermal Conductive Heating for Remediation of Bedrock – State of the Art

  • Session I9: Remediation Approaches in Fractured Rock and Karst Aquifers
  • Schedule: Thursday, May 26 from 1:00 pm to 1:25 pm

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Thermal Treatment and Bioremediation: Successful Combined Remedies at Multiple Sites

  • Presenter: Alyson Fortune
  • Session A6: Thermally Enhanced In Situ Degradation Processes at Sub-Boiling Temperatures
  • Schedule: Wednesday, May 25, 4:30-6:30pm

High Mass Hydrocarbon Sites - When NAPL Recovery Governs the Mass Removal during the Thermal Remedy  

  • Presenter: Steffen Griepke
  • Session G3: Heavy Hydrocarbons: Characterization and Remediation
  • Schedule: Monday, May 23, 4:30-6:30pm

Steam It - Challenging Waste Oil NAPL Removal in Two Phases using Steam Enhanced Extraction

  • Session G5: In Situ Remediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons
  • Schedule: Wednesday, May 25, 4:30-6:30pm

In-Situ Thermal Remediation Technologies: TCH vs. ERH - Which is Best and Why?

  • Presenter: John LaChance
  • Session B10: Electrical Resistance Heating: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
  • Schedule: Wednesday, May 25, 4:30-6:30pm

The Transition to Colloidal from Micro-Scale Solids with Further Optimization through Automated Injection

  • Presenter:  Eliot Cooper
  • Session B7: Innovative and Optimized Amendment Delivery and Monitoring Methods
  • Schedule: Wednesday, May 25, 4:30-6:30pm

Efficiently Implementing High Resolution Site Characterization and Three-Dimensional Modeling to Improve Remedy Performance

  • Session H7: HRSC Suites of Tools to Improve CSMs
  • Schedule: Wednesday, May 25, 4:30-6:30pm

Thermal Remediation:  An Effective Solution for Rapid Brownfield Redevelopment

  • Presenter:  Jim Galligan
  • Session B2: Thermal Conductive Heating: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
  • Schedule: Monday, May 25, 4:30-6:30pm

Understanding a Site’s Conceptual Site Model to Prolong the Life Expectancy of an In-Situ ZVI PRB

  • Presenter:  Deborah Shaffer Schnell 
  • Session A5: Permeable Reactive Barriers: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
  • Schedule: Wednesday, May 25, 4:30-6:30pm

Pneumatic Fracturing and Proppant Injection to Facilitate Air Sparge-Soil Vapor Extraction of Chlorinated Ethenes in Low Permeability Geology

  • Presenter: Eric Moskal
  • Session D6: Low-Permeability Zone Challenges, Permeability Enhancements, and Case Studies
  • Schedule: Monday, May 23, 4:30-6:30pm


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Author/Presenter: Eliot CooperEliot Cooper

Title: In Situ Remediation Optimization Calculators and Technology Matrix: Manifolding, Radius of Influence, Dosing, and Chlorinated Solvent and Petroleum Technology


This Learning Lab will demonstrate four in situ remediation design tools that Cascade has developed to help our customers optimize remediation performance. The tools are based on hundreds of sites across the country and represent best practices and lessons learned to optimize future projects. Access to the tools will be provided to those in the Learning Lab and each will be described in enough detail so that they can be used by the attendees. Participants will need to provide their own laptops to participate in the training.


The Learning Lab will provide hands-on training on how to use the following Cascade Calculators and Technology Matrix.

  • The Manifold Calculator will help calculate a Return on Manifolding Investment (ROMI) for direct push and injection through wells.
  • The Radius of influence (ROI) calculator will calculate a ROI based on injection volumes and seepage velocity for target intervals both for injection or fracturing of liquids and solids to ensure a sound basis for contact and residence time.
  • The Dosing calculator will help provide a sound basis for number of injection events, specification of injectable intervals, and application of confidence factors.
  • The Chlorinated Solvent Matrix defines thermal, chemical, and characterization technology best practices considering phase (source, transition and plume) versus contaminant mass (DNAPL, PPM < DNAPL solubility and < PPM), and lithology (clay, heterogeneous, sand). This matrix can also be updated by firms that have done enough projects to develop a specific one for their projects to help train their staff and provide references to clients.

Schedule:  Thursday, May 26 from 11:20am to 11:45am


Women in Environmental Services Networking Session

Wednesday, May 25, 2022  |  4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Booth #715

Women in Environmental Services


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Mixing Demonstration of Guar with Iron or Sand
Mobility of and Distribution of Cascades ‘s Colloidal Carbon in Coarse Grained and Heterogeneous Soils
Low Temperature Thermal Remediation (LTTR)
Is thermal a good fit and how much does it cost?
TerraTherm’s Data Acquisition and Management System
In Situ Stabilization