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ALGA’s e-learning webinar sessions aim to bring current and relevant industry knowledge to you whether you’re at work, home or onsite. These sessions allow you to interact and engage real-time with local and international experts who will help you apply the material to your local setting. Live webinars are held most weeks of the year and present topics that are current and engaging. 

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2019 eLearning Webinars

The Draft Australian Contaminated Land National Remediation Framework: Important Features – What Should the Industry be Considering When Preparing Comment? - Peter Nadebaum, GHD & John Hunt, Ventia

Asbestos-Containing Dust: The Invisible Elephant in the Room - David Dangerfield, EHS Support

Remediation Hydraulics - Jo Quinnan & Scott Porter, Arcadis

Certifying Site Contamination Professionals - Jess John, CEnvP

Brominated Flame Retardants in the Environment - Dr Bradley Clarke, RMIT

Emerging Contaminants Handbook Review - Ian Ross, Arcadis

HSL for Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil and Groundwater: a Refresher - Eric Friebel, GHD

Sustainable Remediation - An Overview and Latest From Europe and South America - Olivier Maurer, Golder

Statistical Tools for Contaminated Site Characterisation - Peter Beck, GHD


2018 eLearning Webinars

The Art of Good Conversation - Nick Cowman, Enviropacific

Developing Contaminated Land in the Urban Environment - Will Ellis, Potentia Environment and Todd Solomon, Maple Property Partners

Living With Lead - Dave Bull, Hail Environmental

Dangers Inside the Home - What We Do and Don't Know About Methamphetamine Contaminated Homes  - Jackie Wright, enRiskS

PFAS Soil Treatment Technologies – Emerging and Commercially Available - Charles Grimison, Ventia

Emerging Technologies for Remediation of PFASs: An Update on Water Technologies - Peter Storch, Arcadis

Refining Contaminant Exposure for Human Health Risk Assessment Using Bioavailability and Bioaccessibility Techniques - Albert Juhasz, Future Industries Institute | University of South Australia

Minnesota’s PFAS Megaplume(s) - Ginny Yingling, Minnesota Department of Health

Taking the Lead - Graham Aveyard, Environment Canterbury

Materials and Methods – Approaches for Remediation of PFAS and Hydrophobic Contaminants in Groundwater and Sediments - John Collins, AquaBlok

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