National Defense Industrial Association
June 10-13, 2013 - New Orleans, Louisiana

Clean Up Track 

Symposium Speakers
Tracks
Acquisition Track
Adak Field Season Track
Clean Up Track
Climate Change Track
Compliance Track
Emerging Contaminants Track
Energy Track
Environmental Program Management Track
Green Procurement Track
Green Remediation Track
International Track
Pollution Prevention Track
Range Management Track
Range Sustainment Track
Risk Track
Sustainability Track
Water Track

The following sessions were presented under the Clean Up Tracks. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the PowerPoint presentation. If the PowerPoint was not approved for posting, the abstract submitted is linked to the abstract number.

Monday, May 4, 2009
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 1
7710 - Enhanced In-Situ Bioremediation Field-Scale Study Comparing Different Carbon Sources; Mr. Steven Downey, Shaw Environmental, Inc.

7711 - Alkaline Hydrolysis Treatability Study for Nitroaromatic Compounds Contaminated Soil; Mr. Steven Downey, Shaw Environmental, Inc.

7838 - Optimal Sustainable Development Achieved Via; Mr. Douglas Carvel, MECX LP

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 2
8033 - In Situ Chemical Reduction for Organic Explosives in Soil; Mr. John Valkenburg, Adventus Group

8109 - Helena Valley Probabilistic Risk Assessment of MEC for Montana ANG; Dr. Paul Black, Neptune and Company, Inc.

8322 - Remediation Optimization and Sustainability: Wind Turbine on Cape Cod to Power Groundwater Remediation Systems; Mr. Jonathan Davis, HQ AFCEE/MMR

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 1

8054 - Defense Environmental Restoration Program Policy Update; Ms. Deborah Morefield, Department of Defense

8055 - Defense Environmental Restoration Program Goals and Performance Metrics; Ms. Deborah Morefield, Department of Defense

8056 - Overview of the MRSPP Online Training Course; Mr. Victor Wieszek, Department of Defense

8057 - OSD Sea Disposal of Military Munitions Historical Review; Mr. Victor Wieszek. Department of Defense

8058 - OSD/Military Component/Industry Cleanup Panel Discussion; Ms. Deborah Morefield, Department of Defense

8108 - Updates to the FY2010-FY2011 Army Environmental Cleanup Strategy; Ms. Kristine Kingery, Army Environmental Division

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 1
8029 - ATSDR Health Assessment of TCE Exposure by Vapor Intrusion at Military Facilities; PhD Tonia Burk, Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry

8062 - Vapor Intrusion – Review Of Navy Focus Areas for Future Research; Mr. Todd McAlary, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.

8087 - The Use of Future First Planning, Triad, and Performance-Based Contracting to Accelerate Site Closure at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC; Mr. Martin Wangensteen, Bay West, Inc.

8266 - Rapid Characterization and Post-Injection Monitoring for the Parcel D Groundwater Treatability Study at Hunters Point Shipyard, San Francisco, California; Ms. Deanna Rhoades, Sullivan International Group

8150 - Munitions Debris Swadger Process; Mr. William Ingold, PIKA International, Inc.

8397 - Simultaneous Thermal Treatment of Eight DNAPL Source Areas at Memphis Defense Depot; Dr. Ralph Baker, TerraTherm, Inc.

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 2
8117 - OSD Perspective: DSMOA Policy, Program, and Communications; Mr. Terry Bowers, ODUSD(I&E) Environmental Management Directorate

8106 - Munitions Response Site Prioritization Protocol (MRSPP) Progress and Challenges at Army Installations and Formerly Used Defense Sites; Mr. Bryan M. Frey, HQ, Department of the Army

8159 - Underwater munitions at Formerly Used Defense Sites; Dr. A.H.M. Shah Alam, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

8189 - The Munitions Response Site Prioritization Protocol at Formerly Used Defense Sites; Dr. A.H.M. Shah Alam, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

8256 - Automated System for Estimating FUDS MMRP Liabilities; Mr. John Claypool, Earth Tech AECOM

Thursday, May 7, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 1
8031 - Wicked Risk Assessment; Ms. Anita Meyer, Army Corps of Engineers

8061 - Lead Exposure at Navy Installations: Human Health Risk Assessment Implications; Mr. David Scarsella, Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center

8064 - What You Don’t Know About Human Health Risk Assessment Could Hurt You (…and Your Site Decisions!); Ms. Jennifer Corack, Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center

8111 - Improvements in understanding exposure and toxicity issues associated with RDX exposure: recent updates; Dr. Mark Johnson, U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventative Medicine

8156 - I Drank the Koolaid...Now What? MIS After Two Years; Mr. Terry Walker, USACE

8214 - Ecological Management Goals: Benefits from Determination Early in the Project Lifecycle; Ms. Anita Meyer, Army Corps of Engineers

Morning Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 2
8079 - Incorporating Sustainability Impacts into Remediation Feasibility Studies – Is GroundwateAr Over Valued?; Mr. Douglas Downey, CH2M Hill

8110 - Evaluation of Alternative Particle Filtration Designs to Reduce RDX Losses in Dewatering Operations; Ms. Jessica Grembi, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

8130 - Nucleic Acid-Based Tools for Monitoring Bioremediation at Chlorinated Solvent Sites; Dr. Erik Petrovskis, Geosyntec Consultants

8132 - Biodegradation for Treatment of POL-Contaminated Soil - Introducing a New Guidance Document; Mr. Richard Scholze, U.S. Army ERDC-CERL

8205 - Maximizing Energy Efficiencies through Remedial System Optimization; Mr. Joseph Lukas, Integrated Science Solutions, Inc.

8107 - Enhanced Bioremediation Field Experience: Using Observed Half Lives in Design and Prediction; Mrs. Joanna Moreno, The Adventus Group

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 1
7706 - The Use of Surfactants in Effective Free Product Removal; Mr. Nick Athens, EcoVac Services

7993 - Using Passive Soil Gas Sampling for Economical Site Characterization; Dr. Jay Hodny, W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc.

8053 - Aggressive Source Control Supporting Large-Scale Groundwater Remediation Program; Mr. Bill DiGuiseppi, AECOM Environment

8080 - Evaluation of Exposures to TCE in Drinking Water at 38 DoD Sites; Mr. Greg Zarus, Agency for Toxic Substances and DIsease Registry

8103 - Solar-Powered Bioreactor Demonstrates Sustainable Remediation; Mr. Douglas Downey, CH2M Hill

8258 - Sustainable Remediation via Solar-Powered In Situ Bioremediation; Mr. James Langenbach, Geosyntec Consultants

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Clean Up 2
8163 - Semi-Passive Electron Donor Addition for In Situ Bioremediation; Mr. Thomas Krug, Geosyntec Consultants

8164 - Field Evaluation of the Treatment of DNAPL Using Emulsified Zero-Valent Iron; Mr. Thomas Krug, Geosyntec Consultants

8153 - Impact Assessment of Trichloroethylene - Verification and Validation of Risks to DoD; Mr. Vincent Bonifera, Booz Allen Hamilton

8230 - Using Mass Flux Estimation to Assess the Effectiveness and Sustainability of 1,4 Dioxane Remedial Strategies; Mr. Thomas Maertens, AECOM

8220 - DoD Progress in Environmental Liabilities Reporting; Ms. Patricia Huheey, ODUSD(I&E)

8118 - Best Management Approaches for Incorporating Sustainable Remediation Principles into Response Actions at Army Installations; Mr. Kevin Roughgarden, OACSIM

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