Complex site remediation can be costly and difficult if the existing conceptual site model (CSM) fails to account for the processes determining the persistence and behavior of groundwater contaminants. This webinar presents PROGRESS — an approach to remediating complex sites developed through the collaboration of Burns & McDonnell with the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research. This approach employs a process-based CSM that accurately incorporates and quantifies relevant subsurface processes to improve remedy selection, design, implementation and optimization.
The webinar also introduces the digital site management tool, an application used to build a process-based CSM while providing a higher level of CSM efficiency and utility. Through case studies, presenters demonstrate the value of the PROGRESS approach and share information about how PROGRESS supports important remediation decision-making that directly impacts performance, cost and schedule.
Remediation Technical Practice Leader
Professor and Director
G360 Institute for Groundwater Research at the University of Guelph
G360 Institute for Groundwater Research