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RemTech Europe Conference Slides 2017

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European Conference on remediation market and technologies


Thursday 21st September (9h30 - 12h45)


Case studies, criteria for success of remediation in the context of circular economy


Plenary 1st session 

Ms Charlina Vitcheva, Deputy Director-General of JRC, European Commission


An introduction to an European overview on contamination sites: nowadays situation and prospective
Ana Paya Perez, Joint Research Centre JRC, European Commission

The impact of EU Legislation, Principles and Case Law on The National Contaminated Land Regimes. A comparative analysis
Luciano Butti, Butti&Partners


COMMON FORUM, supporting improvements in Governance: towards Contaminated Land Management 4.0
Dietmar Müller Grabherr, UBA Austria and COMMON FORUM


The next step: from risk based to sustainable land management!
Laurent Bakker MSc, Network for Industrially Co-ordinated Sustainable Land Management in Europe NICOLE


CL:AIRE activities: past, present and future 
Mike Summersgill, Contaminated Land: Applications in Real Environments CL:AIRE


Reconnet experience, working tables results and international activities
Renato Baciocchi, Università Tor Vergata e Rete Nazionale sulla Gestione e Bonifica dei Siti Contaminati RECONNET


TECO Project: a resource to boost research and innovation collaboration between EU and India
Massimo Zacchini, CNR - Institute of Agro-environmental and Forest Biology (IBAF)


The role of Confindustria, Italian industrial association, on contaminated sites remediation
Andrea Bianchi, Massimo Beccarello, CONFINDUSTRIA


Case studies, European projects and innovative technologies for decontamination of soil, groundwater and sediments

Plenary 2nd session

Session 1: Innovative Technologies in site characterization and site remediation

Innovative technologies in site characterization: Passive Polyethylene sampling method for advanced monitoring of pollutants in sediments and soils
Luciano Zaninetta, Syndial – Eni
Raffaella Borrelli, Alessandro Oldani, Fabio Vago, Eni, Renewable Energy & Environmental R&D
Phil Gschwend and John MacFarlane, MIT
Renato Baciocchi and Iason Verginelli, University of Rome « Tor Vergata », Rome, Italy

Investigation and remediation of multiple PFAS source zones at an airport to safeguard a
water supply
Ian Ross Ph.D., James Lemon, Jake Hurst, Jonathan Miles Ph.D. and Dave Atkinson, Arcadis, Leeds UK

ENISSA-mip: a tool for high resolution site characterization
Pietr Buffel, Samuel Van Herreweghe, Mark Van Straaten

i-SAV An Innovative Injection Technology
Uwe Dannwolf, RiskCom GmbH, Germany

Thermally Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation of Groundwater Contaminated with Chlorinated Solvents: A Field Test
Jan Nemecek, Technical University in Liberec Czech Republic

Drone applications in site characterization / remediation
Len Geisler, Tauw B.V.

Improved methods of bioremediation for heavy metals contaminated soils
Valentina Samokhvalova National Scientific Centre «O. N. Sokolovsky Institute for Soil Science and Agrochemistry Research», Ukraine

Vermiremediation strategy for remediation of Kuwaiti oil contaminated soil
Meshari Almutairi, Kuwait or University of Portsmouth (TBD)

Session 2: Innovative Technologies in site characterization and site remediation and Emerging pollutants, military and mining sites

Round table discussion chaired by Mike Summersgill (CL:AIRE) and Laurent Bakker(TAUW) with panelist speakers

Development of Klozur ONE with a Built in Activator: Overcoming the Challenges of Storage and Mixing while Maintaining Treatment Effectiveness
M.Mueller, Scott Steffl, PeroxyChem Philadelphia, PA

RNA-based sensors for monitoring the antibiotic effects on environmental microbiome
Patrizio Arrigo, CNR Institute for Macromolecular Studies. U.O.S of Genoa

Constructed wetlands as an alternative solution for emerging pollutants removal from wastewaters, Ukraine case study
Yulia Vystavna, Biology Centre CAS Institute of Hydrobiology Czech Republic

Usage of recycled fishpond sediment
Katerina Belichovska, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

Remediation of former asbestos mine of Balangero and Corio (Italy)
Gian Luigi Soldi, Servizio Pianificazione e Gestione Rifiuti, Bonifiche, Sostenibilità Ambientale Ufficio
Discariche e Bonifiche, Metropolitan City of Turin - Massimo Bergamini, Elisa Lazzari, RSA srl


Friday 22nd September 2017 (9h30 a.m – 1h30 p.m.)

Workshop on sustainable remediation of contaminated sites: what’s new in Europe?

Sustainable remediation approaches in Europe
Avv. Butti, Butti&Partners

Efficient soil reuse – imperative to sustainable land management
Jussi Reinikainen, Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production, Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE)

Sustainable remediation activities and results: the “white book”
Claudio Albano, ISRA e SURF Italy Coordinator

Urban regeneration - needs and challenges
Marina Dragotto, AUDIS

Ecological Risk Assessment for a contaminated sediment site: experience gained from a participatory approach
Elisa Bizzotto, S. Ceccon, F. Colombo, Ramboll Environ Italy

Round table discussion chaired by Frank Swartjes (RIVM) and Marco Falconi (ISPRA) with panelist speakers

Demonstrating the field performance of Dispersive Colloidal Liquid Activated Carbon - Lessons learned from multiple geological settings
Gareth Leonard, Kris Maerten, Marcello Carboni , REGENESIS

Assessment and optimization design of a combined injection and abstraction hydraulic containment system with the application of numerical groundwater modelling
Elena Leale, Fabio Canova, AECOM URS Italia

Assessment and Comparison of Foam Flushing with Enhanced Surfactant Flushing Technologies For In Situ Remediation of Heavy Chlorinated Compounds in DNAPL in an Alluvial Groundwater
N. Fatin-Rouge, J. Maire, D. Kaifas, Université de Bourgogne Franche

Comparative Analysis of Leaf Litter and Biochar for the Onsite Remediation of Hexachlorocyclohexane Polluted Soils in India
Vishal Tripathi, Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development Banaras Hindu UniversityVaranasi, Uttar Pradesh India

In situ thermal treatment: from laboratory test to full scale – a successful case study
Christophe Barnier, Golder Associates Sarl

Phytotechnology with Miscanthus x giganteus biomass production for sustainable management of military sites
Valentyna Pidlisnyuk, Purkyne University, Czech Republic

Natural Resource Damage banking program in the United States: an example to encourage habitat restoration on contaminated sites in Europe
Mark Laska, Jill McGrady, Alejandro Baladrón – GreatEcology

Evaluation of sustainability elements relevant to remediation - Case study in Area ZSC (Special Conservation Zones) in Parco Lombardo of Ticino valley
Elisa Neri ,Ing. Lisa Dall’Agata - The IT GROUP

Round table discussion chaired by Dietmar Müller Grabherr (Environment Agency Austria and COMMON FORUM) and Andrea Pocher (ARCADIS) with panelist speakers

Conclusions by Ana Paya Perez - Joint Research Centre JRC


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