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Soil & Groundwater Investigation Techniques: The Foundation for Decision-Making

Date and Time:
1/17/2018 at 3:00 PM, Duration: 45 Minutes


This webinar will take a look at some of the changes that have occurred in the last few years in regards to the sampling techniques, technology, and the driving contaminants of concern among closure Sites. It will also discuss how various changes to the sampling frequency, techniques, and technologies could affect our understanding of subsurface conditions, and how vapor is playing an increased role in Site closure and our perception of risk.

Attendees can expect to learn about how time spent planning up front can benefit the project in the long run while still trying to minimize costs when trying to decide which of these investigation techniques should be utilized.

About the Presenter:
Trevor Litwiller

Trevor Litwiller is a Staff Scientist with August Mack Environmental. While at August Mack, he has worked in Closure Services for over 3 years with both field and staff level experience. His professional and technical expertise lies in subsurface investigation, remedial construction implementation, groundwater monitoring, remedial system design, data evaluation, and report writing. Among various other projects, he has been primarily involved with the design, coordination, management, and implementation of large-scale Voluntary Remediation Program (VRP) projects at former Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) facilities within Indianapolis. Trevor can be contacted at 317.916.3167 or via email at tlitwiller@augustmack.com.


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