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SiREM Products and Services Featured at Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds Conference in Palm Springs, California.

SiREM is once again pleased to be an active participant at the Eleventh International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, April 8-12, 2018, in Palm Springs, California.

Sandra Dworatzek (SiREM) is Co-Chair of Session B2 (Biological Remedies) and will present “Flying below the Radar: What Are Those Other Microbes Doing?” as a platform presentation. Sandra will also present “Benzene Degradation under Anaerobic Conditions: Using Treatability Studies and Molecular Tools to Provide Insights” as a poster. Jeff Roberts (SiREM) will present “Effect of Dissolved Organic Carbon on Performance of ZVI-Based Remediation” as a poster. Tim Mattes (University of Iowa) will present Bioaugmentation for Remediation of Aerobic Vinyl Chloride Plumes as a platform, which is coauthored by SiREM, and will feature updates on testing and bioaugmentation cultures provided by SiREM.

SiREM products and services will be featured in numerous other presentations at the conference.    

Please visit us at Booth # 711 to speak with our remediation professionals about SiREM’leading edge products and services. 

Jamie Raper

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