General Meeting of the
Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable

Synthesizing Evolving Conceptual Site Models (CSMs) with Applicable Remediation Technologies

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
National Center (Headquarters)
Dallas L. Peck Memorial Auditorium
12201 Sunrise Valley Drive | Reston, Virginia 20192
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
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Meeting Objectives:

  1. Discuss the importance of developing robust CSMs with site-specific data (i.e., past, present and future) to support remedial technology selection and proper application.
  2. Discuss the use of performance monitoring to test, update and confirm CSMs to ensure remediation effectiveness.
  3. Review case studies where CSMs have evolved to address and resolve remedial technology limitations and to demonstrate remedial successes.
  4. Discuss the relationship between CSM characterization and contaminant monitoring and modeling at various temporal and spatial scales to support remedial decision making.
8:30 am Welcome
Pierre Glynn, Acting Branch Chief, Hydro-Ecological Interactions Branch, U.S. Geological Survey
Meeting Objectives and Administrative Business
Kent Glover, Chair, FRTR Steering Committee, U.S. Air Force Civil Engineering Center
Ed Gilbert, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Meeting Moderator)
8:45 am The Evolving Conceptual Site Model and Remedial Technology Selection
Kathryn Flynn, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 2
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9:25 am ITRC's DRAFT Document: Optimizing Injection Strategies and In Situ Remediation Performance
Kristopher McCandless, CPG, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
Team Leads: David Scheer, PG, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and Janet S. Waldron, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

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10:05 am AGENCY NETWORKING BREAK
10:30 am Developing a CSM to Inform Application of Bioremediation in Fractured Rock
Claire Tiedeman, Allen Shapiro, Paul Hsieh, Tom Imbrigiotta, and Dan Goode, U.S. Geological Survey
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11:10 am Using Remedy Implementation Information to Guide Remedy Optimization
Kate Amrhein, Department of Energy Richland Operations Office; Emerald Laija, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; and Michael Truex, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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11:50 am LUNCH (available for purchase in the USGS cafeteria)
1:00 pm Agency Announcements
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1:30 pm Kirtland Bulk Fuels Facility Plume: Successful Application of an Adaptive and Iterative Approach to CSM Refinement and Remedy Optimization
Kent Glover and John Gillespie, U.S. Air Force Civil Engineering Center; and Colin Plank, Burns & McDonnell
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2:10 pm NRC Staff Experience with Conceptual Site Models from Development and Testing to Lessons Learned
George Alexander, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards
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2:50 pm AGENCY NETWORKING BREAK
3:15 pm Roundtable Discussion with Presenters and FRTR Agencies
Synthesizing Evolving Conceptual Site Models (CSMs) with Applicable Remediation Technologies

(Audience participation encouraged)
4:20 pm Action Items
4:30 pm Adjourn

ON-SITE REGISTRATION: Registation is now closed, but you can still join us via the online broadcast (see "online broadcast" info below).

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