On Wednesday, June 12, 2013, our CEO, John Sohl will present Leveraging Advanced High-Resolution Site Characterization Best Practices to Plan, Target, and Enhance Bioremediation Efforts during the Innovative and Developing Processes and Protocols platform session of the Methodologies for Planning and Evaluating Bioremediation track. This year, the Second International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies will be conducted June 10-13, at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel in Jacksonville, FL. The Symposium is organized and presented by Battelle, and conference sponsors are other organizations active in site investigation and remediation.
The technical program will encompass topics on innovative and sustainable technologies that can be integrated with bioremediation, emerging issues related to bioremediation, and biology-based fuels.
The 47 specialized sessions for the 500 platform talks and poster presentations, and three panel discussions are organized around the following major topics:
- Bioremediation Technologies
- Bioremediation Implementation Practices
- Biodegredation of Crude Oil in Different Environments
- Degredation Pathways
- Monitored Natural Attenuation
- Emerging Issues
- Methodologies for Planning and Evaluating Bioremediation
- Green and Sustainable Remediation (GSR)
- Biology-Based Alternative Energy
- Sustainable Site Management Strategies
For more information on this conference and to register, visit the Battelle website.