Metals and Organic Contaminant Removal Using Novel Iron Media for Ex-Situ Groundwater Remediation and Industrial Wastewater Treatment
Jean Pare, Chemco Inc.
The objective of this presentation is to discuss a novel iron media that has demonstrated a significant potential for organic and inorganic contaminant removal for ex-situ groundwater remediation and industrial wastewater treatment. A full-scale implementation case study demonstrating the system performance and cost will be included.
New Soil & Groundwater treatment capabilities using high surface high reactivity ZVI media
Jean Pare, Chemco Inc.
The objective of this presentation is to discuss how Cleanit® media demonstrated a significant potential for organic and inorganic selenium removal for groundwater remediation. Other data for PCE, TCE, chrome and arsenic will also be covered showing cost reduction capability for large scale project implementation.
Electrochemical Advanced Coagulation Process using Magnesium Anodes for the Prevention of Harmful Algae Blooms from Waste Water Sources
Marco Polverari, Ihsen Ben Salah E2Metrix
The objective of this presentation is to present our latest technology and results for the prevention of harmful algae blooms from wastewater sources using an electrochemical advanced coagulation (EACP) with magnesium anodes. The technology has been found to be highly effective for the removal of phosphorus and nitrogen after one pass through the system. EACP electrode types, EACP reactor design and operation and sample treatment conditions were found to be the most important treatment parameters.
Designing Aquatic Biomonitoring Programs for Military Sites
Tamsin Laing1, Mr. Matt Turnbull1, Daniela Loock1, Justin Thomas2, Andy Smith2, Mark Wiercinski2, Ted Keunecke2, Kela Weber3 1Environmental Sciences Group, Royal Military College 2Department of National Defence / Government of Canada 3Royal Military College of Canada
The objective of this presentation is to provide an overview of the approach for monitoring programs at Canadian military sites using benthic invertebrates as indicators of potential impacts to aquatic ecosystem health
Remedial Options Assessment for Boat Harbour using the Canadian Federal Contaminated Sites Decision-making Framework
Christine Skirth, Shannon Kemp, Jeff Daniel, Sophia Dore GHD
The objective of this presentation is to illustrate the use of the Canadian federal contaminated sites decision-making framework to assess remedial options at a complex site which has many different aspects to consider and multiple challenges to weigh against each other.