Vista GeoScience will be hosting

Denver’s first Remediation Workshop of the year. 

Registration is free and lunch will be served.

February 21 beginning at 11:15 am

The workshop will be located at:

Holiday Inn Denver, 7390 W. Hampden Ave., Lakewood, CO 80227

Speakers:

  • Vista GeoScience: John Fontana – “High Resolution Site Characterization Tools for Conceptual Site Models and Remediation Design”
  • University of Tulsa College of Engineering: Kerry Sublette, Ph. D. – “Stable Isotope Probing and Molecular Biological Tools for Site Assessment and Remedy Selection”
  • PeroxyChem:
    Stacey Telesz – “Introducing Klozur® KP – an extended release ISCO persulfate reagent”
  • EnviroBlend:
    Derek Pizarro – “Dissolved Heavy Metals: In-Situ Stabilization and Attenuation Technologies Utilizing Granular Reagent”
  • AST Environmental:
    Mike Mazzarese – “In Situ Remediation Using Trap and Treat® Technologies”
  • Ivey International:
    George “Bud” Ivey – “Surfactant Enhanced Push-Pull Method for In-situ Remediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soil and Groundwater”

Register Here – Denver

We will also be exhibiting at the Albuquerque workshop, so stop on by and say hello.

February 23 beginning at 11:15 am

The workshop will be located at:

Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown Hotel 2600 Louisiana Blvd NE Albuquerque, NM 87110

Speakers for this event include,

  • Vista GeoScience: John Fontana – “High Resolution Site Characterization Tools for Conceptual Site Models and Remediation Design”
  • EnviroBlend:Derek Pizarro – “Dissolved Heavy Metals: In-Situ Stabilization and Attenuation Technologies Utilizing Granular Reagent”
  • AST Environmental:
    Mike Mazzarese – “In Situ Remediation Using Trap and Treat® Technologies”
  • Ivey International:
    George “Bud” Ivey – “Surfactant Enhanced Push-Pull Method for In-situ Remediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soil and Groundwater”

Register Here – Albuquerque