Anaerobic Benzene Bioremediation Progress Featured at SMART Remediation 2019

Anaerobic Benzene Bioremediation Progress Featured at SMART Remediation 2019

Phil Dennis and Sandra Dworatzek of SiREM will present a platform presentation “Advances in Anaerobic Bioremediation of Benzene” at Smart Remediation 2019 Toronto and Ottawa events, respectively.  The presentation covers advances in our ability to implement anaerobic bioremediation for benzene and other BTEX compounds. These processes have great potential for cost-effective bioremediation of gasoline contamination and at other BTEX sites. The research has been performed under a Genomic Applications Partnership Program grant (Genome Canada) in collaboration with University of Toronto and Federated Cooperatives.

SiREM is a Bronze Sponsor at the Toronto and Ottawa events.  The Toronto event will be held January 24th at Lionhead Golf Club and Conference Centre in Brampton and the Ottawa event on February 7th at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre.

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