In this webinar we were pleased to have as a special guest speaker Monica Young, Senior Project Manager at CGRS, Inc. Her presentation discussed a wide range of sites where CGRS has successfully applied PetroFix liquid carbon amendment to address petroleum hydrocarbon impacts. Application methods and results using direct push injection among other application approaches to reach Tier IV risk-based closure were discussed. She was joined by Todd Herrington, Global PetroFix Product Manager at REGENESIS, who discussed PetroFix and new in-situ approaches it is being utilized for.
Highlights of this free webinar:
Petroleum hydrocarbon impacted sites achieving beneficial results using PetroFix via two different methods of application
PetroFix injected via direct push into the subsurface to achieve Tier IV risk-based closure
PetroFix injected into an active UST basin via shallow injection wells
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About the Presenters:
Monica Young Senior Project Manager, CGRS, Inc. Monica Young has over 24 years of environmental experience and specializes in site investigation and remedial activities related to petroleum hydrocarbons. Ms. Young has been with CGRS for 20 years. Prior to that, she worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8 (Denver, Colorado), in the Underground Storage Tank/Leaking Underground Storage Tank Program. Ms. Young is a Recognized Environmental Professional with the Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety.
Todd Herrington Global PetroFix Product Manager, REGENESIS Mr. Herrington serves as the Global PetroFix Product Manager for REGENESIS, directing the expansion of the new hydrocarbon treatment line in the global marketplace and provides industry-leading support to REGENESIS customers. Mr. Herrington has over 25 years of environmental remediation experience primarily focused on in-situ remediation. He has been involved with thousands of contaminated site remediation projects during his tenure at REGENESIS and has expertise with enhanced bioremediation, chemical oxidation, chemical reduction, and carbon sorption. He earned his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University and his M.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. Mr. Herrington also received his Professional Engineer (P.E.) license in his home state of Colorado.