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Solving Difficult Brownfield Soil & Groundwater Remediation Problems on Five Continents

  • January 23, 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Classics V, 2425 Niagara Falls Blvd, Amherst, NY 14228

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ABSTRACT

Good news is that solutions to difficult remediation problems shouldn’t have any political boundaries. Better news is that innovative soil & groundwater technology solutions can be transferred globally after language/communication issues, local regulatory, and infrastructure support problems are solved. A “real world” lessons-learned approach will be incorporated into the technical presentation on the remediation of recalcitrant contaminants of concern including: polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and viscous polynuclear aromatics (PNAs).


BIO

Richard T. Cartwright PE, CHMM, CPIM has an MBA in Operations and Logistics Management from Indiana University, a BES in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University, and recently completed a Professional Certificate Program in Project Management at the University of Buffalo. He has a proven "hands-on" track record of solving recalcitrant hazardous materials problems at landfills, brownfields, manufacturing facilities, chemical plants, oil refineries, and retail petroleum outlets. Mr. Cartwright is an internationally recognized course instructor and motivational platform speaker on In-situ chemical oxidation soil Remediation and & Groundwater remediation, Hazardous Materials Management, Professional Certification & Ethics, and Successful Career Planning Strategies. He is a Past President of the National Academy of Certified Hazardous Materials Managers and is currently serving his fifth term on their Board of Directors. At their 2005 National Conference, he received the prestigious "Pete Cook Founders Award" for distinguished lifetime service and achievement within the hazardous materials management profession. Mr. Cartwright is the author of the "CHMM Career Planning and Survival Guide".

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