This three-day course is designed to educate you with respect to the compounds and priorities of NAPLs, their migration characteristics, assessment techniques, and remediation technologies.
In order to design an appropriate remediation system, you must first have knowledge of the characteristics and behavior of NAPLs in the subsurface to begin conceptualizing and characterizing an NAPL plume. In addition, a thorough understanding of how NAPLs migrate in a hydrogeologic system will guide you in considering the technical practicability of remediating the source and its plume.
Case histories are presented that describe the detection, characterization, monitoring, and remediation of contamination scenarios involving DNAPLs and LNAPLs such as TCE/PCE, chlorinated solvents, PCB, coal tar, and fuels.
In this course, you will learn about:
Who should attend?
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas — Market
Center Blvd.Dallas, Texas
Accommodations: NGWA has secured a limited block of rooms on a
first come, first served basis at the group rate of $109 per night single/double
occupancy (the room rate increases to $159 single/double occupancy October 11).
These rates apply to the NGWA room block and are valid until the September
9 cutoff, unless our block has been filled before that date. Remember, you are
responsible for securing your own reservations. For guest check-in and checkout
times, please contact the hotel directly. Click here to view a map and directions.
For information on what to see and do while in town, visit the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau Web site. For a listing of more “offbeat” offerings, visit the Roadside America Web site.
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