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Environmental Remediation: Sustainable and Green Strategies
Thursday October 6, 2016
1:00 -2:00 p.m. (ET)
Sustainability is a core fundamental principle within most corporate organizations. Much planning and effort is directed at establishing metrics and managing or reducing energy use, water use, greenhouse gas emissions, waste generation, and other environmental parameters. A sustainable focus is often more difficult when applied to remediation of soil and groundwater impacts due to technology limitations or cost of implementing sustainable remedial programs.
In-situ remedial approaches can be cost effective, reducing long term monitoring, and O&M corporate reserves and environmental budgets. These techniques can align within corporate sustainability programs by integrating sustainable and green remediation plans.
Learn how incorporating sustainable and green strategies can:
- Significantly reduce the timeline to final operation and maintenance (O&M) site closure
- Reduce ongoing costs for long term operation and maintenance
- Destroy contaminants on-site
- Eliminate off-site disposal
- Reduce legacy environmental risks
- Greg Jeffries, Environmental Remediation Manager; BNSF Railway
- Martin Moran, Director Environmental Operations; Pinnacle Engineering Inc.
- Keith Rapp, Senior Project Manager/Senior Hydrogeologist; Pinnacle Engineering Inc.
- Lyndsey Howard, Environmental Engineer/Project Manager; Pinnacle Engineering Inc.