Last Chance to Register: “Solvents and Fuel in Soil and Groundwater” Complimentary Webinar

Solvents and Fuel in Soil and Groundwater: When the Usual Hydrogeologist’s Toolbox is Insufficient

Wednesday, October 26 • 1:00pm (EST) • Presenter: Walt W. McNab, Jr., Ph.D., P.G.

Tomorrow—Please join us for a Roux complimentary webinar presented by Walt W. McNab, Jr., Ph.D., P.G., entitled Solvents and Fuel in Soil and Groundwater: When the Usual Hydrogeologist’s Toolbox is Insufficient.

The common questions in environmental forensics—When? Where? How much?—can entail difficult technical issues when it comes to discharged petroleum products and solvents that exist as free phase liquids in soil and groundwater. Often, the familiar day-to-day analytical approaches used by hydrogeologists won’t work because complex physics gets in the way.

This webinar will describe these issues, provide some examples of where characterization problems may arise, and demonstrate how special tools and approaches can help provide insights.

If you would like to register for this complimentary webinar, please click here

Complimentary Roux Webinar: Solvents and Fuel in Soil and Groundwater

Solvents and Fuel in Soil and Groundwater: When the Usual Hydrogeologist’s Toolbox is Insufficient

Wednesday, October 26 • 1:00pm (EST) • Presenter: Walt W. McNab, Jr., Ph.D., P.G.

Join us for a Roux complimentary webinar presented by Walt W. McNab, Jr., Ph.D., P.G., entitled Solvents and Fuel in Soil and Groundwater: When the Usual Hydrogeologist’s Toolbox is Insufficient.

The common questions in environmental forensics—When? Where? How much?—can entail difficult technical issues when it comes to discharged petroleum products and solvents that exist as free phase liquids in soil and groundwater. Often, the familiar day-to-day analytical approaches used by hydrogeologists won’t work because complex physics gets in the way.

This webinar will describe these issues, provide some examples of where characterization problems may arise, and demonstrate how special tools and approaches can help provide insights.

If you would like to register for this complimentary webinar, please click here