Over the last 40 years, the scale of contaminant plume restoration efforts has been increasing. However, the scale at which we collect subsurface data has been decreasing, as evidenced by the insight gained from high-resolution site characterization efforts. By applying lessons learned, concepts, and tools developed from remediation hydrogeology over the last decade, Arcadis offers an improved approach to remedy optimization involving mass flux-based metrics that can ultimately drive our groundwater extraction and recirculation remedies to a more efficient completion.
Arcadis, an international consulting firm with a special focus on environmental solutions, will be represented by chief hydrogeologist Scott Potter, vice president Kelly Houston, and project hydrogeologist Jennifer Wahlberg.
The seminar is open to the public as part of the Center for the Remediation of Complex Sites (RemPlex) seminar series.