Discussing sustainable site remediation at Battelle Bioremediation Conference

25 April 2019
We highlighted a diverse range of topics in sustainable remediation practice at the Battelle Bioremediation Conference held in April in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Mark Harkness

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Mark M. Mejac

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The environmental remediation industry is constantly evolving, and advancements in technology are leading to breakthroughs that are changing how organizations approach complex environmental challenges. At the forefront of green and sustainable remediation, Ramboll is helping to drive how organizations can sustainably address regulated and emerging contaminants through innovation and technological advancements.

That was the message from Ramboll to the environmental remediation industry at Battelle’s Fifth International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies on April 15–18 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Bioremediation Symposium is a forum for sharing research results, practical experiences and opportunities associated with advances in bioremediation and green and sustainable practices in remediation.

Bringing our expertise to Battelle

During the symposium, our experts co-authored nine presentations and posters and chaired three sessions, covering a diverse range of topics in sustainable remediation practice, including recent advances in enhanced anaerobic bioremediation, aerobic co-metabolic bioremediation and phytoremediation, as well as use of electrochemical methods for treating perchlorate and isotopic tools to document natural attenuation of benzene. We also discussed state-of-the-practice techniques for remediation of contaminants in low-permeability soils and plume management. 

View our presentations

Methanotrophic Cometabolic Enhanced Natural Attenuation at a Confidential Southeastern Pennsylvania TCE Superfund Site [PDF]
Tom Cornuet, PG

Lessons Learned Performing Amendment Injections into Low-Permeability Media [PDF]
Mark Harkness

Sulfate, Magnetite, Sheep and Chlorinated Solvent Bioremediation: Biodegradation of TCE in a High Sulfate Fractured Bedrock Environment [PDF]
Mark Harkness

Remediation of Chlorinated Groundwater Plumes: A Technology Development Project [PDF]
Dorte Harrekilde

Low-Rate Biodegradation Demonstration for Natural Attenuation of Benzene in Cold Saline Groundwater [PDF]
Charles Sharpe, PE

View our posters

Optimization of a Passive Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation (EISB) Remedy by Biobarrier and Source Injection Approach [PDF]
Christine Fogas

Enhanced Anaerobic Dechlorination of TCE via Recirculation and Batch Injection Pilot Systems near Sao Paulo, Brazil [PDF]
Mark Mejac, PG

Electrochemical and Corrosion-Induced Hydrogen Generation to Stimulate Bioremediation of Perchlorate in Groundwater [PDF]
Christopher Ritchie, PE

Assessing Performance of an Endophyte-Enhanced Hybrid Poplar Phytoremediation Program for TCE at an Arid, Fractured Bedrock Site [PDF]
Devon Rowe, LHG, LG

Learn more about our innovative solutions for sustainable site remediation.

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