If you missed one of SiREM’s live webinars, you have the chance to watch it now.
Looking Inside Microbial Dechlorinating Communities
Presenter: Elizabeth A. Edwards, PhD, P. Eng. and Jeff Roberts, M.Sc.
Registration URL: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2514140367668557060
Biodegradation of 1,4-Dioxane: Bacteria, Pathways, Co-contaminant Effects and Monitoring Tools
Presenter: Dr. Shaily Mahendra, PhD and Sandra Dworatzek, M.Sc.
Microbial and Chemical Reactions in Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA)
Presenter: Dr. Kevin Finneran, PhD and Jeff Roberts, M.Sc.
VC Oxidizing Bacteria in Groundwater: Relationships with Geochemical Parameters and Contribution to in situ Vinyl Chloride Attenuation Rates
Presenter: Dr. Tim Mattes, Ph.D. and Phil Dennis, M.A.Sc.
Recent Advances in Permeation Passive Sampling of VOCs
Presenter: Dr. Tadeusz Górecki, Ph.D. and Hester Groenevelt, M.Sc.
New Insights into the Coupling of Thermal Treatment and Microbial Reductive Dechlorination for Improved Remediation of Chlorinated Ethenes
Presenter: Dr. Natalie L. Cápiro, PhD and Jeff Roberts, M.Sc.
Assessing Microbial Diversity and Function from Contaminated Environments
Presenter: Dr. Laura Hug, PhD and Phil Dennis, M.A.Sc.
30 years of Anaerobic Benzene Biodegradation – where are we now?
Presenter: Dr. Elizabeth Edwards, PhD and Sandra Dworatzek, M.Sc.
Our next webinar is scheduled for Thursday, October 18, 2018 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT, featuring Dr. Upal Ghosh.…
SiREM is co-hosting a half-day short-course on recent technical advances in the characterization and remediation of chlorinated volatile organic compounds…
Laboratory treatability studies are commonly performed to evaluate and optimize remedial options prior to field implementation for a wide variety…
On 5 April 2018, Jeff Roberts accepted an Industry Partner Award on behalf of SiREM for their contributions working with…
Elizabeth Edwards is a Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry at the University of Toronto. Dr.…
Anaerobic biodegradation of benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes (BTEX) is a compelling alternative for in situ bioremediation in hydrocarbon plumes…