For complex contaminated groundwater sites, the uncertainty related to inherent geologic complexities of the subsurface is the main barrier to project success. Geology is the static framework that primarily controls groundwater flow and contaminant migration — which is why a sound geologic model is required for remediation success.
PROGRESS — Progressive Remediation Strategies — is an integrated methodology that emphasizes a data-driven, process-based conceptual site model to accurately understand and quantify complex contaminated sites. PROGRESS uses the site geologic model as the foundation for this approach, directly addressing the greatest uncertainty facing any remediation project: the subsurface itself. In this presentation, discover how the well-established process of using existing site data to develop a geologic model results in significant value added to complex contaminated site remediation.