ISTR Challenges Part 1: Thermal Conductive Heating
Originally broadcast on Aug 16, 2022
In Situ Thermal Remediation (ISTR) is a widely used approach for treating highly contaminated source zones (e.g., DNAPL and LNAPL) at hazardous waste sites because of its reliability and effectiveness at removing a wide range of chemicals from a variety of geologic settings. As experienced consultants know, large scale remediation projects come with unique challenges.
Vice President of Development, John LaChance, and Senior Technologist, Erin Hauber, are here to share some of the lessons learned from implementing thermal conductive heating (TCH) at more than 80 sites including:
- unexpected COCs and increased mass
- higher groundwater flux than expected
- materials selection for sites with highly corrosive COCs
- how to handle highly flammable COCs in the vapor treatment system
- mitigating vapor intrusion issues that may arise during treatment
Join the discussion for insight to help avoid costly project delays in your next thermal project. There will be time for questions at the end, so bring the thermal remediation questions you’ve never had a chance to ask.