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FRTR Meetings

  • Save the Date! The Spring 2021 Meeting of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR) will be held as a two-part public webinar Wednesday, May 19 and Wednesday, May 26, 2021. The webinars will feature the topic: FRTR at 30 Years: Grand Challenges and Opportunities for Advancing Remediation Technologies.
  • The FRTR at 30 Years: A Retrospective of Applied Innovative Technologies for Successful Site Remediation virtual meeting was presented Wednesday, November 18, 2020. Click here to view the archived presentations.
  • The FRTR Presents...Bioremediation Advances – New Strategies, Optimization, and Performance Monitoring two-part virtual meeting was presented May 29 & June 5, 2020. Click here to view the archived presentations.
  • The FRTR Presents...Synthesizing Evolving Conceptual Site Models (CSMs) with Applicable Remediation Technologies webinars are now archived. These webinars featured presentations from the November 2019 FRTR Meeting and related material. View the archived presentations by visiting: https://clu-in.org/conf/tio/FRTRPresents9/
  • The Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable held a general meeting Wednesday, November 13, 2019. The topic for this meeting was Synthesizing Evolving Conceptual Site Models (CSMs) with Applicable Remediation Technologies. Click here to view the archived meeting agenda and presentations.
  • FRTR member-agencies meet semi-annually, usually in the Washington, DC, area. These meetings offer a unique opportunity for federal cleanup program managers and other remediation community representatives to:

    • Identify and discuss priority cleanup issues,
    • Share lessons learned, and
    • Form collaborative working groups to pursue subjects of mutual interest.
  • Archived summaries of all past FRTR meetings