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Training & Events

Upcoming Webinars

CLU-IN's ongoing series of Internet Seminars are free, web-based slide presentations with a companion audio portion. We provide two options for accessing the audio portion of the seminar: by phone line or streaming audio simulcast. More information and registration for all Internet Seminars is available by selecting the individual seminar below. Not able to make one of our live offerings? You may also view archived seminars.

Have a topic or idea for a future webinar? Please contact:

Jean Balent
Technology Integration and Information Branch

PH: 202-566-0832 | Email:
Michael Adam
Technology Integration and Information Branch

PH: 202-566-0875 | Email:


December 2023

  • Optimizing Injection Strategies and In situ Remediation Performance

    In 2020, ITRC recognized that In situ remediation technologies using amendment injections have advanced to mainstream acceptance and offer a competitive advantage over many forms of ex situ treatment of soil and groundwater. Developing a detailed sit...

January 2024

  • Sediment Cap Chemical Isolation Training

    In 2023, ITRC published the Sediment Cap Chemical Isolation Guidance to supplement the 2014 Contaminated Sediments Remediation Guidance with the goal of improving consistency in sediment cap performance outcomes. Sediment capping is a commonly select...

  • ITRC Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CEC) Identification Framework

    In 2023, the ITRC Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CEC) Framework (ITRC publication coming December 2023) was published to help environmental regulatory agencies and other stakeholders identify, evaluate, and manage CEC's while acknowledging uncerta...

  • ITRC: Pump & Treat Optimization

    ITRC's Pump & Treat (P&T) Optimization training aims to summarize existing information and best practices while also developing a systemic and adaptive optimization framework specifically for P&T well-network design and management. P&T systems have b...

  • Correcting Some Misconceptions about EPA's Superfund Approach for Radiation Risk Assessment

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation (OSRTI) has primary responsibility for implementing the remedial long-term (non-emergency) portion of a key U.S. law regulating cleanup: the Comp...

February 2024

  • ITRC: Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR)

    The ITRC Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR-1) Training is intended for state regulators and stakeholders who may not be familiar with the opportunities and challenges associated with MAR. It provides a basic understanding of MAR concepts, along with case...

  • Microplastics

    In response to one of the biggest emerging environmental concerns, ITRC formed the Microplastics Team in 2021 to develop the Microplastics Guidance Document. Plastics have become pervasive in modern life and are now used in a wide range of commercia...

  • ITRC PFAS Introductory Training

    Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large and complex class of anthropogenic compounds whose prevalence in the environment are an emerging, worldwide priority in environmental and human health. The ITRC PFAS Team, formed in 2017, has pre...

March 2024

April 2024