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In Situ Bioremediation of Chlorinated Ethene - DNAPL Source Zones
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The potential benefit of reducing the mass of a DNAPL source Zone was clearly described in this Training?
agree
somewhat agree
somewhat disagree
disagree
From this training I understand the mechanisms associated with dissolution and degradation at the DNAPL / Water interface
agree
somewhat agree
somewhat disagree
disagree
I understand the difference between monitoring the performance of In Situ Bioremediation at a DNAPL Source Zone and monitoring compliance at a compliance point at the site.
agree
somewhat agree
somewhat disagree
disagree
I understand how to recognize whether In Situ Bioremediation at a DNAPL Source Zone may go through to full degradation process.
agree
somewhat agree
somewhat disagree
disagree
How useful was the content that was presented today?
extremely useful
very useful
somewhat useful
not useful
Rate the effectiveness of the presenters overall?
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good
fair
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Additional comments on presenters
List three important things you learned from this training
What is one thing you plan to do differently as a result of this training?
This type of training is valuable to our organization and I plan to tell colleagues about future ITRC training opportunities
agree
somewhat agree
somewhat disagree
disagree
What suggestions do you have for improving this training?
How did you find out about this course?
EPA's TechDirect e-mail
ITRC e-mail
ITRC Web site (www.itrcweb.org)
CLU-IN Web site (http://clu-in.org)
colleague
other
If you answered "other," how did you find out about this course?
To meet my needs for documented continuing education, ITRC's Internet-based training class would have to:
Include attendance verification
Have a test at the end of the training class
Formally provide CEUs accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education
ITRC classes already meet my needs for documented continuing education
Documented continuing education is not important to me
Other
Would a classroom training course on this topic be valuable to your organization?
yes, longer than two-day course
yes, one-to two-day course
yes, one-day or less course
no
Today's training introduced the ITRC technical and regulatory guidance document, "In Situ Bioremediation of Chlorinated Ethene: DNAPL Source Zones" BioDNAPL - 3, 2008. How likely are you to use this document?
I've already downloaded the document
I plan to download a copy of the document from the "Links" page immediately
I will make a note of the document location on www.itrcweb.org for future use
If I find a need for the document, I will refer back to my notes later
It is unlikely I will refer to the document
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