Highlands Ranch, Colo. — Arcadis’ engineers and scientists are delivering more than 50 platform presentations and technical posters about advanced remediation technologies at the Battelle 11th International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, April 8-12, 2018, in Palm Springs, Calif.
Stemming from its broad experience and deep bench of world-renowned experts for soil, air, wastewater and groundwater remediation, Arcadis will present more than 20 major platform sessions on topics such as using augmented reality in developing conceptual site models, PFAS site investigations at fire training facilities, and full-scale treatment of PFAS-impacted wastewater using ozofractionation, among others.
In addition, technical leaders will present more than 30 poster sessions detailing insights such as data mining of sites with 1,2,3-Trichloropropane, identifying environmental applications for unmanned aerial vehicles, and examining multiple PFAS source zones at airports.
“Our experts are at the forefront of site investigation and technology adaptations for the most challenging contaminants and regulatory compliance,” said Matthew Schnobrich, North American director of the Remediation Technical Communities of Practice for Arcadis. “By sharing our know-how, we’re expanding the growing field of remediation practice, encouraging collaboration and demonstrating success in remediating all types of contaminants.”
With scientists and engineers located throughout North America, Arcadis brings a unique combination of sector insight, local understanding and global expertise in the areas of site investigation, hydrogeology, remediation, engineering and treatment systems, sediments, and incident response and recovery.
Arcadis is currently ranked number one in Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) list of Top Hazardous Waste Firms and has received Environmental Business Journal achievement awards for its business practices.