The NEXT MEETING of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable will be held Wednesday, November 14, 2012, in EPA Potomac Yard South, Arlington, VA 22202. The focus technical topic for the meeting will be Alternative End States, including the use of decision support tools. More information will be available here soon.
Site Characterization for Munitions Constituents Webinar
The U.S. EPA's Federal Facilities Forum will host a webinar on October 10, 2012 from 1:00 - 3:00pm ET that will review and highlight specific information found in the Site Characterization for Munitions Constituents issue paper and focus on the following items:
- Explain background information on the types of military ranges and the munitions and contaminants associated with them.
- Describe sample preparation issues specific to energetic compounds and associated metals.
- Illustrate the above sampling and sample management information with four case studies.
The U.S. EPA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers presenters recommend that participants try to review the above issue paper prior to the Webinar. For additional information and to register, visit: http://www.clu-in.org/training/#Site_Characterization_for_Munitions_Constituents_20121010.
Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable Annual Summary of Activities: August 2012 (EPA-542-F-12-027)
This fact sheet, produced by the FRTR, summarizes activities of member agencies remediation programs and describes recently published cost and performance case studies and reports. The 2012 fact sheet also highlights FRTR member agencies activities related to Large Dilute Plumes, which was the focus of the June 2012 FRTR meeting. To view/download this document, click here.
3 new Technology Cost and Performance report, bringing the total number of searchable reports available to more than 400
12 new, searchable Remediation Optimization case studies, bringing the total available to nearly 150
7 new, searchable Remediation Technology Assessment case studies, bringing the total available to nearly 100
4 new Site Characterization and Monitoring cases studies, bringing the total available to nearly 200