Welcome to the Autumn 2016 and inaugural issue of Remediation Pathways; a newsletter published by SiREM. Our focus is technology advances, news, events and in situ remediation. After 15 years of serving the environmental industry it would be fair to ask:

Remediation Pathways Autumn 2016

THIS ISSUE

After 15 years of serving the environmental industry it would be fair to ask:

Why launch Remediation Pathways now?

The answer is simple. This is an exciting time in terms of technology developments, lessons learned and overall successes. We want to share these stories with you, our customers, colleagues, and the environmental remediation industry.

Why Remediation Pathways? The literal interpretation is the chemical degradation pathways that help clean up our world, also a pathway implies a journey, and remediation technologies are always moving forward. Enjoy the journey.

In this issue, we look at:

  • A prestigious award won by our colleague
  • A Vermont dry cleaner site cleaned-up
  • The SP3™; a better way to monitor contaminated sediments
  • News and Events

In this and future issues of Remediation Pathways, we look forward to presenting exciting new developments and cleaner sites for many years to come.

Sincerely, SiREM Your Partners in Remediation Success.

Remediation Pathways – Spring/Summer 2020

In this issue of our newsletter: SiREM is Expanding to Serve You Even Better! A discussion with SiREM’s new US Operations Manager, Duane Graves, Ph.D. on his multi-decade experiences in the environmental field and

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Remediation Pathways – Winter 2020

In this issue of our newsletter: A conversation with Paul Dombrowski, P.E. on the power of combining remediation technologies Report on the combination of Electrokinetic-Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation (EK-BIO) Case Studies: Using Technology Synergies

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Remediation Pathways – Autumn 2019

In this issue our focus is on passive sampling of VOC vapor concentrations including: A discussion with Tadeusz Górecki – the co-inventor of the Waterloo Membrane Sampler Report on a phytoremediation study where passive

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Remediation Pathways – Spring/Summer 2019

In this issue of our newsletter: A conversation with Anh Pham (University of Waterloo) on ISCO and emerging contaminants A profile of combined ISCO-in situ stabilization of coal tar residuals at Søllerød Gasworks Technology

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Remediation Pathways – Winter 2019

In this issue of our newsletter, we cover progress made in expanding the scope of bioaugmentation including: A conversation with David Freedman on Challenges and Advances in Bioremediation Bioaugmentation It’s Not Just for TCE

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Remediation Pathways – Autumn 2018

In this issue of our newsletter, our focus is passive sampling in sediments including:A conversation with Professor Upal Ghosh, University of Maryland Baltimore CountyPearl Harbor, Hawaii, sediment remediation project utilizing passive samplersTechnology Focus: SPeeper sampler for

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Remediation Pathways – Spring 2018

In this issue of our newsletter, our focus is treatability studies and anaerobic BTEX degradation including: A conversation with Professor Elizabeth Edwards on the advantages and challenges of anaerobic BTEX degradation A treatability case

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Remediation Pathways – Winter 2018

In this issue of our newsletter, our focus is on molecular biological tools (MBTs) including: A discussion of metagenomics with Professor Laura Hug How MBTs provided insights at a Danish MNA site Introducing Gene-Trac® MTBE/TBA

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