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  • The Fall 2022 Meeting of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR) was held in-person Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at the U.S EPA Headquarters. The topic for the meeting was Strategies and Resources for Advancing Remediation Technology from R&D to Commercialization. To view the agenda and presentations click here.
  • SERDP FY 2023 Supplemental Solicitation
    The Department of Defense (DoD) Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) Office is interested in receiving proposals for research focused on the development of analytical methodologies for determining total per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in PFAS-free firefighting formulations. The deadline for submissions is October 28, 2022 at 2:00 PM EST. For more information, visit: https://www.serdp-estcp.org/workingwithus/solicitation?id=f1b4a83a-b97c-4d91-88d6-aa52c367cdfb
  • Spring 2022 Meeting: Application of Robotics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Technologies to Site Remediation. To view the agenda and recorded presentations, use the links below.
  • FRTR compiled a summary of information resources, Remedy Protectiveness and Climate Resilience in Site Cleanups: Policies, Guidance and Implementation Tools, that are currently available from each agency to help remediation project teams and stakeholders evaluate project resilience to climate change and, if needed, implement measures to build additional resilience to projected climate scenarios. The resources include relevant planning reports, policies and directives, guidance, technical fact sheets, online tools and research programs.
  • Fall 2021 Meeting: Ensuring Remedy Protectiveness and Climate Resilience in Site Cleanups. To view the agenda and recorded presentations, use the links below.
  • Spring 2021 Meeting: FRTR at 30 Years: Grand Challenges and Opportunities for Advancing Remediation Technologies. To view the agenda and recorded presentations, use the links below.
  • Fall 2020 Meeting: FRTR at 30 Years: A Retrospective of Applied Innovative Technologies for Successful Site Remediation. Visit the FRTR Meetings page to view this and earlier meetings' proceedings.
  • FRTR has prepared several new reports including:
    • 3 new Technology Cost and Performance reports, bringing the total number of searchable reports available to more than 400
    • 12 new, searchable Remediation Optimization case studies, bringing the total available to nearly 150
    • 7 new, searchable Remediation Technology Assessment case studies, bringing the total available to nearly 100
    • 4 new Site Characterization and Monitoring cases studies, bringing the total available to nearly 200