February 15, 2018
Ottawa Conference and Event Centre
200 Coventry Road, Ottawa, ON K1K 4S3, CAN
Carus Regional Sales Manager Luis Hernandez will be in attendance in support of Grant Walsom of XCG.
Speaker Presentation Highlight:
"Slow Release Oxidants: Use of RemOx SR+ Cylinders in Treatment for Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwater"
Presented By: Grant Walsom, XCG
Historical industrial activities using solvents for metal degreasing as well as dry-cleaning operations have created many remediation challenges. Innovative and cost-effective methods for treatment of chlorinated VOCs (typically PCE, TCE, C-DCE, and vinyl chloride) in soil and groundwater continue to evolve with new products and applications.
Carus has developed a solid form of permanganate and persulphate encased in a paraffin wax that slowly releases the oxidants into the subsurface for a prolonged treatment of the chlorinated VOCs. The solid form is easy and safe to install, while the prolonged treatment ability provides the ability to continue to treat the VOCs long after installation.
XCG Consulting Limited has successfully employed the Carus RemOx SR+ product at four different sites in Ontario with varied geological settings. One of the sites was the first RemOx SR application in Canada.
This presentation will briefly describe the product and advantages of its use while exploring case studies and their successes through sharing site-specific data.
Can't make it to the conference? Sign up for our upcoming webinar presented by Mr. Walsom.
Mr. Walsom is a senior remediation engineer with over 23 years of experience. He is a Partner at XCG Consulting Limited and leads the Remediation and Risk Assessment Business Unit. Mr. Walsom is a Professional Engineer registered in Ontario and Alberta, and a registered Consulting Engineer in Ontario. In addition, Mr. Walsom is a Qualified Person (QP) as defined by the Ontario Regulation 153/04 (Brownfield Regulation). Mr. Walsom is currently the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Ontario Environment Industry Association (ONEIA) and is the co-Chair for the Excess Soils Working Group of the Brownfield Advocacy Committee. Mr. Walsom also serves on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Brownfield Network (CBN), currently as President.