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Sediment Remedies: Monitored Natural Recovery — Technical Considerations for Evaluation and Implementation
Sponsored by: U.S. EPA, Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation
Original Time/Date of Presentation:

October 30, 2006, 2:00 PM - 4:15 PM, EST (19:00-21:15 GMT)

Presentation Overview:

The third in a series of three internet seminars that will provide practical information on how to evaluate the technical suitability of capping, dredging, and monitored natural recovery (MNR) for contaminated sediments. Each seminar focuses on the issues and limitations associated with each option including information on designing remedies that maximize long-term effectiveness and minimize short-term impacts. Participants of the seminars will achieve the following objectives:

  • Learn about the equipment for and design/implementation of capping and dredging
  • Discuss key issues in evaluating and monitoring capping, dredging, and MNR
  • Become familiar about resources, references, and Web sites useful in evaluating sediment remedies
  • Sediment and Contaminant Processes (D. Reible)
  • Monitored Natural Recovery (V. Magar)
  • Monitoring Remedies (V. Magar)
  • Questions and Answers to follow each instructor's presentation
More information on and registration for the first and second seminars in this series is available through the CLU-IN Studio.

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