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FRTR Presents...Remediation Technologies for Radionuclides and Heavy Metals in Soil, Ground Water and Sediments, Session 2

Sponsored by: Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR)

Archived: Wednesday, March 28, 2018
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This webinar is part of a series featuring presentations delivered at the November 2017 FRTR Meeting. This meeting focused on remediation technologies for radionuclides and heavy metals in soil, ground water and sediments. More information about the meeting can be found at https://frtr.gov/meetings1.htm. This webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Incremental sampling methods for remediation of heavy metals
  • Application of an in situ activated carbon amendment for sediment and soil mercury remediation
  • Current research in developing new remediation strategies for heavy metals and radionuclides

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Presenters:

Cathy AmorosoCathy Amoroso, U.S. EPA Region 4 (amoroso.cathy@epa.gov or 404-562-8637)
Cathy Amoroso is a Senior Remedial Project Manager in the US EPA Superfund program, located in EPA's Region 4 office in Atlanta, Georgia. Cathy has over 17 years of experience in the Superfund, RCRA and Federal Facility programs at the EPA. She currently serves as the National Priorities List Coordinator for EPA-Region 4, the FUDS program coordinator for Region 4, and a project manager for several Superfund Sites. Cathy has also worked on DOE and BRAC cleanup programs. Cathy's particular expertise is in site characterization. Cathy earned her B.S. at Emory University and M.S. at Georgia Tech.


Cynthia GilmourCynthia Gilmour, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (gilmourc@si.edu or 443-482-2498)
I am a biogeochemist and microbial ecologist with special interest in mercury. My group focuses on the microbial mercury methylation process in cultures, sediments and soils. Our research includes mercury fate and transport at multiple scales and in many types of environments, isolation and characterization of Hg-methylating microbes, the bioavailability of Hg for microbial methylation, and novel approaches to remediation of contaminated sites.


Heather Henry, Ph.D.Heather Henry, Ph.D., Superfund Research Program, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (henryh@niehs.nih.gov or 984-287-3268)
Since 2006, Heather Henry, Ph.D., has been a program administrator for the NIEHS SRP in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Her responsibilities include administration of the SRP Multi-Project Center Grants (P42), the SRP Individual Research Project Grants (R01), and the Small Business / Technology Transfer Grants (R41/42; R43/44). She earned a B.S. in Biological Sciences (Ecology and Evolution) at the University of Rochester, Rochester, NY; a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; and completed a Fulbright Fellowship (post-doctoral) at the University of Melbourne and the University of Adelaide in Australia.


Moderators:

Jean BalentJean Balent, U.S. EPA Technology Innovation and Field Services Division (balent.jean@epa.gov or 703-603-9924)
Ms Balent is on the staff of the EPA's Technology Innovation and Field Services Division where she has worked to collect and disseminate hazardous waste remediation and characterization information since 2003. Ms Balent manages the Clean Up Information Network website and actively supports online communication and collaboration resources available to EPA. She formerly worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Engineering Division in the Buffalo District. Ms Balent was also a member of the SUNY-Buffalo Groundwater Research Group where she constructed and tested large scale models of groundwater flow. Ms Balent has also conducted research relating to the Great Lakes, environmental remediation, and brownfields re-development. She holds a Bachelor's degree in environmental engineering from SUNY-Buffalo and a Master's degree in Information Technology from AIU.


Cindy Frickle, U.S. EPA Technology Innovation and Field Services Division (frickle.cynthia@epa.gov or 703-603-8763)
Ms. Frickle is a physical scientist with EPA’s Superfund Technology Assessment Branch where she works to propagate technical information to site cleanup professionals. Prior to joining EPA headquarters in 2016, she held various environmental health positions, including consulting, wetland assessment, and drilling inspection. She completed her BS in Geology and MS in Biogeology at the University of Minnesota—Twin Cities.



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