Join CH2M thought leaders at the International Symposium on Redevelopment of Manufactured Gas Plants
Discover cost-effective solutions and innovative new proprietary technologies to help clients make better remedial strategy decisions and achieve site closure objectives.
Former MGP sites often occupy prime real estate areas close to city centers, residential areas and water bodies and present legacy issues that are challenging and costly to address. With experience on 150 utility and MGP projects across the U.S., CH2M scientists, engineers, risk, regulatory and construction staff will share insights and guidance on delivering cost-effective solutions, and innovative new proprietary technologies to help clients make better remedial strategy decisions and more realistically achieve site closure objectives.
Join CH2M, MGP and sediment remediation experts at the International Symposium on Redevelopment of Manufactured Gas Plants October 16-18 in New Orleans, LA.
Of the many challenges associated with MGP and similar sites, management of non-aqueous phase liquids is an important factor in establishing an accurate site conceptual model and in screening and selecting an effective remedial strategy for soils and sediment. CH2M uses the latest in NAPL identification and delineation tools to develop clear and accurate NAPL maps, and is pioneering the use of Natural Source Zone Depletion technology for better decision-making and site cost reductions.
Stop by CH2M Booth 45 to hear about solving MGP legacy issues with leading technical expertise and modern innovation. CH2M’s Jeff Gentry is presenting two technical papers including:
- Laser-induced Fluorescence Frozen Core Analysis to Improve NAPL Conceptual Site Models.
- In Situ Stabilization/Solidification (ISS) of Contaminated Coal Tar Impacted Sediments in Gowanus Canal.
For more information visit http://mgpsymposium.com/.