The remediation industry is constantly evolving, and new technology is leading to breakthroughs that are shifting the way we approach emerging contaminants and other complex environmental issues impacting the safety of our communities.
Organizations must look to innovative methods in site investigation and remediation to successfully navigate a changing regulatory and compliance landscape and the increased pressure for efficiency and risk management.
Revised, refreshed and full of cutting-edge technologies — Advances in Remediation Volume 2 features eight articles highlighting new insights from our scientists and engineers who are rethinking the future of site evaluation and remediation. Topics include new approaches to site investigation, the characterization and treatment of PFASs and new technologies changing how we collect and interpret site data. Discover the latest innovations and advancements that could reshape how you approach your remediation projects.
Smart Characterization is an approach developed by Arcadis to transform the investigation and remediation of contaminated sites. Patrick Curry, Arcadis’ community of practice leader for site investigation, explains how this approach is different from traditional site investigation, and the new ROI: Return on Investigation.
Download the Advances in Remediation e-book to read Curry’s article, “The Secret to Better, Faster and Cheaper: Smart Characterization.”
1,4-dioxane is receiving a lot of attention in the news and throughout many communities due to concern of its presence in drinking water. Arcadis’ lead expert on 1,4-dioxane, Caitlin Bell, discusses increasing concern surrounding this emerging contaminant, and the need for risk management and innovative treatment, including bioremediation.
Download the Advances in Remediation e-book to read Bell’s article, “1,4-Dioxane: Increasing Concern Requires Risk Management and Innovative Treatment.”
Low temperature thermal remediation is evolving as a more sustainable solution in environmental remediation. Davinder Randhawa, project environmental engineer, explains Arcadis’ Thermal In Situ Remediation (TISR) approach and how it’s being used to remove contaminants.
Download the Advances in Remediation e-book to read Randhawa’s article, “TISR: Linking Renewable Energy to Sustainable Site Restoration.”
Ask us about a new and more efficient way to remediate. We can help you understand these new approaches and how they will help you effectively manage risks and alleviate public concerns.
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