Swanton, OH (PRWEB) October 03, 2017
AquaBlok, Ltd., a manufacturing company based in Northwest Ohio, will participate in five conferences across the United States this October.
The Toledo-based company will begin its October conference schedule at the Ohio Transportation and Engineering Conference (OTEC) from October 10-11 at the Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. Together with their Ohio distributor, Meredith Brothers, AquaBlok will exhibit at the event, which is one of the largest transportation conferences in the state. The two companies will showcase AquaBlok’s bentonite-based sealing material, AquaBlok 2080FW, and share projects in which the material was used as an anti-seep collar, trench dam, cut-off wall, dam/berm construction and repair, and more. AquaBlok and Meredith Brothers encourage attendees to visit them at booth numbers 433 and 435. For more information on OTEC and to register for the conference, please visit http://www.otec.transportation.ohio.gov.
Following their participation at OTEC, AquaBlok will sponsor, exhibit, and present at MGP 2017, an international exhibition focusing on the remediation and redevelopment of manufactured gas plant sites, in New Orleans from October 16-18. COO and General Manager John Collins will give a poster presentation titled “Remediation of Coal Tar Impacted Intertidal Sediment in the Fore River, Portland Harbor, Maine” on Tuesday, October 17 from 5:00-6:30pm. In addition to presenting, AquaBlok is a Bronze Sponsor for the event and will showcase their AquaGate and AquaBlok products, as well as samples and case studies, at exhibit booth number 13. More details on MGP 2017, including registration information, can be found at http://www.mgpsymposium.com.
The same week, AquaBlok’s Supply Chain Manager/Assistant Plant Manager Scott Collins will be giving a platform presentation at the 33rd Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy in Amherst, MA. His presentation, titled “Methodology and Testing of As-Placed Organoclay-Based Contaminated Sediment Cap Materials at East Branch of the Grand Calumet River,” will take place on Tuesday, October 17 at 4:00pm during the Sediments Session. Mr. Collins will be available for discussion following the presentation. For more information on the conference, which is hosted by the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences (AEHS) Foundation, and to register, please visit http://www.aehsfoundation.org/east-coast-conference.
On October 24-25, AquaBlok will exhibit at the Railroad Environmental Conference (RREC) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, an annual networking and educational event for professionals in the railroad environmental community. This will be AquaBlok’s third consecutive year as an exhibitor at the conference. To see product demonstrations and collect project information, attendees are encouraged to visit the manufacturing company at booth number I-27. Conference and registration information for RREC can be found at http://www.railtec.illinois.edu.
To conclude their October conference schedule, AquaBlok will participate in the Western Dredging Association’s (WEDA) Pacific Chapter Meeting on October 25-27 in Portland, OR. John Collins will give a platform presentation, titled “Pacific Northwest Active Materials Applications for Contaminated Sediments – Portland Harbor ROD and Beyond,” on Friday, October 27 at 9:00am. For more information on WEDA and to register for the meeting, please visit http://www.westerndredging.org.
AquaBlok® provides a full range of powder-coated materials for sealing and contaminated sediment remediation applications. Both in-situ treatment materials and low-permeability thin capping materials are supplied under the AquaGate® and AquaBlok® names. In-situ treatment materials include AquaGate+ORGANOCLAY, a proven approach for construction on a permeable adsorptive (reactive) barrier or for use in remediating coal tar, creosote or other PAH contaminants and AquaGate+PAC, a powder-activated carbon (PAC) delivery system. Key benefits of AquaGate and AquaBlok products include a higher rate of adsorption than granular material, uniform delivery of a high surface area with less mass of treatment material, and high specific gravity, which allows placement directly through the water column and uniform mixing/placement with other materials. For more information, please visit. http://www.aquablok.com.