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CDM Smith at 2015 Battelle Bioremediation Symposium

May 15, 2015

MIAMI, Florida—CDM Smith will participate in the third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies. The event will take place May 18 to 21 in Miami, Florida, at the Hyatt Regency Miami.

Presented and organized by Battelle, the conference focuses on environmental assessment, remediation and management. Nearly 900 scientists, engineers, regulators and industry professionals representing government agencies, universities and research firms are expected to attend from 25 countries.

CDM Smith’s presenters are listed below. Be sure to follow CDM Smith at the conference on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

CDM Smith provides lasting and integrated solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities to public and private clients worldwide. As a full-service engineering and construction firm, we deliver exceptional client service, quality results and enduring value across the entire project life cycle.

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Platform Presentations

Advanced Field Testing to Support Monitored Natural Attenuation of a Methylene Chloride Groundwater Plume in Bedrock, David Marabello, A1, Tuesday

Abiotic Reaction and Diffusion of TCE in Rock Matrices, Charles Schaefer, D2, Tuesday

Diffuse Downgradient Plume Management: Biobarrier Operation and Plume Delineation with HPT-GWS, Mike Lamar, F2, Tuesday

Performance of Full-Scale Bioremediation Remedy in Complex Geology Using Shear-Thinning Fluids, Neil Smith, F4, Tuesday

Biogeochemical Transformation of Trichloroethene in Engineered Iron Sulfide Systems, Pat Evans, A5, Wednesday

Life Cycle Environmental and Cost Assessment of Microbial Electrochemical Cells and Conventional Technologies for Wastewater Treatment at Forward Operating Bases, Michaela Bogosh, A6, Wednesday

How Can a Green Remediation Project Benefit by Incorporation of Sustainability? Mike Miller, E4, Wednesday

The Growing Impact of ASTM’s New Standard Guide for Greener Cleanups, Cannon Silver, E4, Wednesday

Advancing the Sustainability Evaluation Process for Remedial Activities, Melissa Harclerode, E6, Wednesday

A Dual Biorecirculation System to Facilitate VOC Mass Reduction and Hydraulic Control in Fractured Bedrock, Jeff Bamer, F6, Wednesday

Flux-Based Mass Balance Framework to Assess Enhanced Bioremediation Outcomes, Charles Schaefer*, D8, Wednesday

Assessment and Biological Treatment of DNAPL Sources in Fractured Bedrock, Charles Schaefer, F6, Wednesday

State of the Practice in Managing and Treating Large Dilute Plumes (session introduction), Tamzen Macbeth, F8, Wednesday

Treatment of Contaminants in Low-Permeability Zones, Kevin Saller, F8, Wednesday

Successful Field Demonstrations of In Situ Remediation of Three Key Emerging Contaminants Using Cometabolism, Charles Schaefer*, A10, Thursday

Contaminant Mass Discharge Reduction Measured Using an Existing Pump-and-Treat System as a Compliance Metric for Source Treatment, Dominic Giaudrone, D8, Thursday

Poster Sessions

Functional Metagenomics of Microbial Communities in Groundwater for a Methylene Chloride Plume and Source Area in Bedrock, David Marabello*, A1, Tuesday

Production, Fate, and Transport of Microscale Energetic Residues, Charles Schaefer*, B4, Tuesday

Source Area Management Using Membrane Interface Probe and Enhanced Anaerobic Bioremediation, Dung Nguyen, E1, Tuesday

Factors Affecting Preparation and Injection of Shear-Thinning Fluids for Delivery of Bioremediation Amendments, Neil Smith, F3, Tuesday

Comparisons of Biotic, Abiotic, In Situ, and Ex Situ Methods for Remediation of Mining-Influenced Water, Dung Nguyen, F5, Tuesday

Rapid Assessment of Remedial Effectiveness and Rebound in Fractured Bedrock, Charles Schaefer, F6, Wednesday

Platform Chairs

Aerobic and Anaerobic Biodegradation of Organic and Inorganic Contaminants, Kent Sorenson, A1, Tuesday

Biobarrier Installation and Management, Cannon Silver, F2, Tuesday

Engineering Biogeochemical Transformation, Pat Evans, A5, Wednesday

Best Practices in GSR, Melissa Harclerode, E4, Wednesday

Incorporating GSR into Remedy, Mike Miller, E5, Wednesday

Managing Large and Dilute Plumes, Tamzen Macbeth, F8, Wednesday