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First Use of Horizontal Wells in Australia for In Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) and Biosparging

First Use of Horizontal Wells in Australia for In Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) and Biosparging

This session will present the challenges involved in the design, construction and utilisation of horizontal drilling for remediation purposes. Specifically, it will present a case study conducted in the Botany Bay area, NSW, where Modified Fenton Reagents (MFRs) were used to target a TEX plume.

We will conclude the session with audience driven questions and answers. Please email me at elearning@landandgroundwater.com with any detailed aspects of the subject you would like to see addressed.

Pedro Balbachevsky is a mechanical Engineer with 19 years of experience designing, building, and commissioning remediation/treatment systems for contaminated soil, vapours and groundwater in Australia and Brazil.

 

 

Mike Mercuri is an environmental scientist who has worked in the contaminated land and geotechnical sectors in Australia and abroad for the past 16 years. He is an owner and Director at Matrix Drilling based in Sydney and Melbourne. Mike enjoys riding mountain bikes until he falls off.
 

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