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2014 Sediment Symposium

Aqua Survey hosted the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Contaminated Sediment Symposium on June 3rd, held once again at the Liberty House Restaurant in Jersey City, NJ. Bringing together professionals from various disciplines involved in the management of contaminated sediment projects, speakers presented on the application of science, technology and engineering principles in the assessment and management of contaminated sediments. Contaminants discussed included hazardous chemicals as well as unexploded ordnance and munitions.

2014 Sediment Symposium

2014 Sediment Symposium

The 2014 Sediment Symposium at the Liberty House Restaurant located in Jersey City goes down in the record books as one of the best events of the year!

Nine highly qualified speakers engaged the audience with the following topics:

• Alex Lechich, Author, A Storm in Port: Keeping the Port of New York and New Jersey Open speaking on the Historical Perspective of Sediment in the NY/NJ Harbor
• Steve Panter, Sr. Consultant, Fleming-Lee Shue, speaking on Exploratory & Graphical Data Analysis in Environmental Remediation
• Scott Douglas, New Jersey DOT, speaking on Superstorm Sandy Recovery
• Richard Beach, Sr. Principal Scientist, AMEC speaking on Site Specific PAH Bioavailability in Pore Water
• Marion Ravenscroft, Laos National Museum speaking on archeology in Laos
• Mark Padover, Lead Field Scientist, Aqua Survey, Inc. speaking on Explosive Contaminants
• Michael Lythcott, President of the Lythcott Company speaking on the Ritualistic Use of Mercury
• Matt Geary, Technical Sales Manager, CETCO speaking on the Use of Amendments to Remediate Contaminated Sediment
• Joe Mayo, Principal Scientist, CDM Smith speaking on the Investigation of Lead Contaminated Shoreline

Panelists:

• Richard Traver, CH2M Hill
• Eric Stern, Montclair State University
• Jon Doi, Aqua Survey, Inc.

Aqua Survey looks forward to the 2016 Sediment Symposium. 

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