Tuesday, October 24 – Wednesday, October 25 Roux’s Timothy Adams, Principal Hydrogeologist, will be speaking at the 19th Annual Railroad Environmental Conference (RREC) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. On Tuesday, Timothy will present on “Remediation of 1,1,2 TCA via Soil Blending and Direct Injection at a Rail Car Cleaning Facility” with Dave Modrowski of Union Tank Car Company. The presentation will discuss chlorinated organic compounds (CVOCs) and how they were treated at an active rail car maintenance facility.
RREC 2017 will feature presentations by railroaders, consulting engineers, academics, and others involved in all aspects of railroad environmental topics. Over 500 people attended the conference last year; this year’s conference is expected to be the largest gathering of the railroad environmental community.
For more information, click here or download the event program.
Brownfield sites with complex physical settings, such as weathered or fractured bedrock and deep contaminants, complicated chemical and physical composition of contaminants, and operating or redevelopment complications, can pose problems for the effective use of traditional remedies. These challenging sites require innovative remedial technologies and creative thinking to reach remediation goals and allow redevelopment to occur on schedule and on budget.
“Innovative Remediation Strategies at Redevelopment Sites,” written by Roux’s Timothy Adams, P.G. and Anne E. Viner, Esq. of WCD Group, examines three Brownfields sites in different U.S. regions, which each required creative remedial approaches to treat volatile organic compounds (VOCs), conquer the challenges posed, and allow redevelopment to proceed.
Click the PDF below to read the article, published in the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources‘ May 2017 Environmental Transactions and Brownfields Committee Newsletter (Vol. 19, No. 2). To view all committee newsletters, click here.
Innovative Remediation Strategies at Redevelopment Sites