Sanborn Head proudly sponsored the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences (AEHS) Foundation’s 35th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy in Amherst, Massachusetts.
In addition to sponsoring this October 21-24 event, Sanborn Head’s David Shea, Harrison Roakes, Joe Corsello, Stephen Zemba, Lilly Corenthal, and Sean Murphy attended, and the following presentations were made:
- Mitigating the VI Pathway Beneath a Challenging Industrial Building Using Interior SVE – Joe Corsello, and David Shea
- Assessment of VI Potential after Groundwater Plume Cleanup – (poster presentation) David Shea, and contributor Kevin Whalen, IBM Corporation, Manassas, VA
- Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL) Site Closure Using Non-Traditional Field Data and Analyses – (poster presentation) Lilly Corenthal, Harrison Roakes, Stephen Zemba, and contributor Anne Sheehan
- PFAS Leachability from Soils: Principles, Regulatory Review, and Considerations for Site Investigations – Harrison Roakes, Stephen Zemba, and contributor Ned Beecher, NEBRA, Tamworth, NH
- PFAS Cycling Between Landfills and Wastewater Treatment Plants – Stephen Zemba, and Harrison Roakes
- PFAS Background in Vermont Shallow Soils – Harrison Roakes, Stephen Zemba, and contributors Appala Raju Badireddy and Wenyu Zhu, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
- Contaminant Mass Flux as a Characterization Tool and Performance Metric: Chlorinated Solvent Site in France – (poster presentation) Sean Murphy, and contributors Andrew Ashton, Sam Warner, Bradley Green, and Linda Daubert, IBM, Manassas, VA
- Efficient High-Resolution Characterization at New Hampshire’s Newest Superfund Site – (poster presentation) Sean Murphy, contributor Scott Nerney
- Distributed Temperature Sensing and Fluorescein Core Sampling to Resolve Preferential Groundwater Flow and Optimize Remediation – (poster presentation) Sean Murphy, and contributors Bradley Green, Sam Warner, and Andrew Ashton, along with Carlos Maldaner, Jonathan Munn, Steven Chapman, and Beth Parker, G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada; Linda Daubert, IBM, Manassas, VA
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