Bigham, Roy; Fisher, Seth
July 2011
Pollution Engineering;Jul2011, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p23
Trade Publication
Information about the topics discussed at an online seminar held June 8, 2011 on various environmental issues in the U.S. Topics include the trends in in-situ remediation and the use of in-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) remediation is wastewater applications. The presentetations were delivered by 3 environmental experts including Dan Bryant of Geo-Cleanse International Inc., Ralph S. Baker of TerraTherm and Samuel Fogel of Bioremediation Consulting Inc.


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