Track A: Innovations in Bioremediation Technologies
A5. Optimization of Classical Bioremediation Technologies




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Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination after In Situ Chemical Oxidation: Moving Past the Myth to Design Effective Combined Treatment Remedies
P.M. Dombrowski, S. Pittenger, P. Kakarla, J. Roberts, and P. Dennis
Optimization Techniques for Aging SVE Systems
M. Ingraham, T. Andrews, and T. Kremmin
Field-Scale Evaluation of Biosparging at a CERCLA Site to Deplete Groundwater Contaminants from Creosote and Achieve Remedial Action Objectives
R. Sillan, R. Holm, G. Jeffries, and J. Smith
In Situ Treatment for Hexavalent Chromium Using ISCR Enhanced Bioremediation in Saturated Clay Soils Results in No Further Action
O. Miller and R. Moore
Evaluating the Effect of Salinity on In Situ Biological Reduction of a 1,2-DCA Plume
I. Pelz, A. Chemburkar, A. Breckenridge, J. Kerl, and D. Leigh
Site-Specific Reductive Dechlorination Designs Bundling Multiple Abiotic with Biotic Reagents: Lessons Learned
P.M. Dombrowski, P. Kakarla, M. Lee, and D. Raymond
Combining ISCR and Antimethanogenic Reagents to Achieve Substantial CVOC Reduction
T. Lizer, W. Moody, and M. Scalzi
Chlorinated Solvent Plume Reduced >95% via In Situ Combined Remedy Leading to Long-Term VI Risk Reduction at State-Led Project
J. Parker and R. Moore
Optimizing Injection and Monitoring of Bioaugmentation Cultures for In Situ Bioremediation
C. Scales, J. Roberts, and P. Dennis
Optimization of a Permeable Reactive Barrier for Chlorinated Solvents
A. Sutton, B. Henry, E.C. Heyse, C. Hewitt, and J. Roberts
Evaluation and Implementation of Horizontal Biosparging for Expedited Remediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons
T. Will, D. Forse, and M. Sequino