The upcoming Fall 2023 Meeting of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR) will be held in-person Tuesday, November 7, 2023 at the U.S Geological Survey Headquarters, with an option to attend online. The topic for the meeting will be Recent Advances in PFAS Characterization Technologies. To view the draft meeting agenda, logistics sheet, and presentations for download, and online meeting information click here.
Renewing FRTR to Meet Future Remediation Technology Needs for Member Agencies (May 2023)
This document identifies current and future focus areas for upcoming FRTR activities, based on a synthesis of information, insights and technical needs presented by senior leaders of the FRTR member agencies at the May 2021 public meeting sessions "FRTR at 30 Years: Grand Challenges and Opportunities for Advancing Remediation Technologies". This document also identifies focus areas for interagency cooperation both in addressing shared remediation challenges and in advancing innovative site cleanup technologies. Download Document (17pp/455KB/PDF)
The Spring 2023 Meeting of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR) was held in-person Tuesday, May 16, 2023 at the U.S EPA Headquarters. The topic for the meeting was Best Practices and Recent Technical Advances in Site Characterization and Conceptual Site Model Development. To view the presentations click here.
The Fall 2022 Meeting of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR) was held in-person Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at the U.S EPA Headquarters. The topic for the meeting was Strategies and Resources for Advancing Remediation Technology from R&D to Commercialization. To view the presentations click here.
FRTR has prepared several new reports including:
3 new Technology Cost and Performance reports, 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