This webinar, presented by Luke Beirne (Environmental Geologist, Aurecon) is a case study presentation in the use of multiphase treatment to remediate a chlorinated solvent plume beneath an active dry-cleaning facility. A European example of a regulatory driven remediation, encompassing saturated source treatment via bioremediation and in-situ chemical reduction (ISCR), unsaturated source treatment via soil vapour extraction (SVE), and treatment of two groundwater plumes (shallow and deep) via hydraulic barrier.
Covering inception through to ongoing monitoring, this presentation touches on regulatory context, geological investigation, and remediation selection, as well as ongoing monitoring at the site, and the development of longer-term monitoring at another site where similar technologies were employed. This presentation aims to give a worked example of in-situ multiphase remediation of chlorinated solvents to Australasian practitioners.
This 60-minute webinar will cover:
- Project background, and regulatory context – 10 minutes
- Site investigation and remediation scoping – 15 minutes
- Remediation installation and operation- 15 minutes
- Ongoing monitoring – 5 minutes
- Variations on technologies – 5 minutes
- Q & A – 10 minutes
About the presenter:
Luke Beirne (Environmental Geologist, Aurecon) is an environmental geologist in Aurecon’s Tauranga office, having been in New Zealand for the past two years. Prior to this he has worked as both a remediation contractor and a consultant in the UK, covering projects across Europe. He is currently working across Australia and New Zealand on ground investigation, remediation design, and risk assessment.