Traditionally, in situ thermal remediation (ISTR) has been known as the heavy hammer for source area treatment, removing the majority of mass from as small of a volume as possible. While advances in thermal applications are beginning to change that stereotype, it is still most commonly applied as a source area treatment. Designing an effective ISTR system that maximizes contaminant mass removal while minimizing overall project cost requires a strong conceptual site model (CSM) as the foundation from which creative ISTR system design considerations can be made.
In this webinar, we will look at how a solid CSM allows surgically focused, cost-effective, ISTR solutions. In addition, we will review different design considerations and ISTR system configurations that can maximize project cost effectiveness while ensuring the desired outcome.