ISS 101: What You Need to Know When Considering In Situ Stabilization

Pete Palko, Executive Vice President of Technical Services, Jack Twomey, Vice President of Client Relations, and Jonathan Simpson, Senior Project Manager

Summary

In situ stabilization (ISS)—also known as deep soil mixing (DSM)—is a common technology originally developed for the geotechnical construction industry, but has since proven to be a cost-effective remedy for many subsurface environmental impacts. ISS is typically utilized for contaminant isolation and reduced solubility, in addition to improvement of the stabilized matrix’s compressive strength and reduction of hydraulic conductivity. This technology isn’t constrained by specific equipment or methods, which makes it a flexible solution for a variety of project sites.

In this webinar, we’ll provide an overview of ISS, explain the methods, techniques and equipment to consider, and identify the limitations and challenges with this technology.

Date and Time

April 08, 2020
10:00 AM PACIFIC / 1:00 PM EASTERN

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