MSECA Spring Seminar - Vapor Intrusion
This year’s MSECA Spring Seminar on Vapor Intrusion will focus on three areas: Updated Investigation and Remediation Methods with real world case studies, Preferential Pathway Vapor Migration through Sewers, and regulatory updates. The Seminar will also include the most updated EPA research around indicators, tracers, and surrogates (ITS), which include a collection of quantifiable metrics and tools that may have the potential for making VI pathway assessment and long-term monitoring more informative, efficient, and cost-effective.
Thursday, May 3rd
Registration Opens at 7:00am
8:00am - 4:30pm
Regions Tower - 5th Floor
One Indiana Square
Indianapolis, IN 46204
MSECA Webinar - Sorbent Media and their Use in Environmental Remediation
Thursday, April 19th
Activated carbon, melt-blown polymer and organophilic clay are several adsorbent materials utilized for groundwater, soil, and sediment remediation. This presentation will describe the properties and functions of these absorbents. ASTM test methods applicable to each material will be discussed. These adsorbent materials are available in bulk and/or mats and various environmental applications will be presented. Attendees will learn about properties of several adsorbent media, test methods for characterizing these adsorbent media, and how they can be applied to environmental remediation.
Fundamentals in Environmental Consulting
MSECA's Fundamentals Series of on-demand video provide an opportunity for those starting their career in environmental consulting to obtain the foundational knowledge they need to be successful. Convenient education you can access on your schedule and economical at only $25 a presentation.
Current Fundamental Modules:
- Communication Skills
- Soil Classification