Innovative approaches and long-term risk reduction will be highlighted at these events.
Toledo, Ohio (PRWEB) September 22, 2011
AquaBlok, Ltd., has received invitations to present technical information related contaminated sediment capping and in-situ treatment at two upcoming industry events. The events and the title of the presentations are as follows:
Sediment Management Work Group Sponsor Forum – October 5-6, 2011
“Chattanooga Creek (Tennessee Wood Products Superfund Site) Five Years Post Installation Update – Overview and Monitoring Results”
This presentation is co-authored by Craig Zeller, EPA Region 4, project manager for this superfund site.
27th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water & Energy (UMass) – October 17-20, 2011
“Review of Testing of In-Situ Treatment Materials and Case Study of Funnel & Gate Approach for Contaminated Sediment Remediation”
AQUABLOK, LTD., based in Toledo, Ohio, produces clay-based patented low permeability, thin capping products for the management, isolation and treatment of contamination in sediments. AquaBlok® has been successfully used at contaminated sediment sites, both within and outside the U.S. and its effectiveness has been evaluated by the US EPA under its Superfund Innovative Technologies Evaluation program. Products are available for use in both salt and fresh waters. AquaBlok also produces a wide range of additional products such as annular sealants for water and environmental wells, pond/reservoir/dam sealant materials, water treatment for phosphorous reduction (algae), and sealant products for landfills and for piping anti-seep collars for pipe and trench dam applications. Descriptions and detailed profiles of AquaBlok technologies can be found on the website: http://www.aquablokinfo.com.