Speaker Presentations Available from the Mid-Atlantic Contaminated Sediment/Soils Symposium

We would like to thank all the speakers who recently presented at the Mid-Atlantic Contaminated Sediment/Soils Symposium in Jersey City, NJ.  Several of the speakers have given us permission to post their presentations here on our website.  Please follow the links to view the Agenda, the Symposium Program or any of the presentations.

Mid-Atlantic Contaminated
Sediment/Soils Symposium
Sampling, Testing, Remediation and Disposal Strategies

Symposium Program (includes abstracts, bios and 3 Do’s and Don’ts for each speaker)

Speaker Presentations
Eric Stern– U.S. EPA Region 2 – Innovative Sediment Decontamination Processing/Management and their Application to Integrated Sustainable Systems
Philip Spadaro – Arcadis U.S. Inc. – A Survey of the Current Approaches to Contaminated Sediment Remediation in Various Countries
Guy Pomphrey and Stany Pensaert – DEC/DEME Group – How to Approach Complex Remediation Projects: Some European Examples
Ric Traver – CH2M Hill – Treatment Methods for the Remediation of Contaminated Soils at the London Brownfield Redevelopment Site
Bill Priore – GeoSyntec Consultants – Robust Delineation of Contamination for Remedial Design Planning to Minimize Uncertainties for Project Execution
Tom Fikslin – Delaware River Basin Commission – The Role of Sediments in Managing PCBs in the Delaware Estuary
Bob Engler – Moffat & Nichol – Contaminated Sediments/Soils: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Mary Sorensen – Environ Corporation – Chromium in Estuarine Environments: Geochemical Influences on Toxicity
Lyle Trumbull* – O’Brien & Gere Engineers – Investigation of the Ecological Risk Associated with the Groundwater /Sediment/Surface Water Interactions at a Mid-Atlantic Superfund Site
Scott Douglas – NJDOT / Office of Marine Resources – Beneficial Use of Dredged Material in New Jersey – a Decade of Experience with Contaminated Sediment and Site Remediation
Dennis Grubb* – Schnabel Engineering – Evaluating the Properties of Dredged Material-Steel Slag Fines (DM-SSF) Blends for the Maryland Port Administration
Bill Potter – demaximis – Contaminated Sediment Sites: Challenges in Working in An Urban River Setting
* this presenter requested that their presentation not be posted on the website, contact the presenter directly for questions