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Contaminants

Podcast: Interview with Frank Ehrenfeld

At the recent 2019 EcoForum in Auckland, Tim Muller from Landpro was able to catch up with visiting keynote speaker Frank Ehrenfeld who is from the International Asbestos Testing Laboratories. The interview covered: · The ‘amphibole hypothesis’ of asbestos toxicology and why this is...

Podcast: Interview with Frank Ehrenfeld
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons – Myths and Realities

Australia has general guidance on vapour intrusion and more specific guidance on assessing vapour intrusion into buildings for petroleum hydrocarbons. However Australian does not have specific guidance for chlorinated hydrocarbons. Most of the guidance for petroleum hydrocarbons also applies to...

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons – Myths and Realities
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Biotransformation of PFAS in Aqueous Film-Forming Foams

Fire-fighting activities using aqueous film-forming foams (AFFFs) have caused widespread contamination of per-, and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the environment. Because polyfluoroalkyl substances account for a significant portion in AFFF formulations, understanding the transformation of...

Biotransformation of PFAS in Aqueous Film-Forming Foams
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

PFAS and Health Outcomes

This session will provide a great snapshot of the latest understanding of how PFAS exposure may result in health effects. Dr Ducatman was involved in the large epidemiological study undertaken around one of the PFAS manufacturing sites in the US – the C8 Health Project – which looked at more than...

PFAS and Health Outcomes
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Precursors, Novel and Ultrashort PFAS in Soils and Leachates

PFAS is a group of contaminants for which the picture is complex in terms of occurrence, composition, tools for risk assessment and remedial actions. In this work a comprehensive characterization of PFAS in five AFFF polluted soils was performed. This included known “regular” PFAS (34), a range of...

Precursors, Novel and Ultrashort PFAS in Soils and Leachates
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

NORM, SCO, LLW??? Amazing Wastes - What They are and Where to Find Them.

Join the ALGA Sydney Branch for our first virtual discussion, on all things naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) and associated materials arising from working with this material.  What is it? Where should we look for it? Why is it an issue for the remediation industry? How is it...

NORM, SCO, LLW??? Amazing Wastes - What They are and Where to Find Them.
Contact Name
Tarsha Ellem
Contact Phone
0409 531 305
Contact Email
sydney@landandgroundwater.com

Are Emerging Organic Contaminants an Issue in NZ Groundwaters?

A Baseline Survey in the Waikato Region. This session will be split into two parts: a presentation of the scientific work and an interactive Q&A session driven by attendees. The scientific presentation will include the drivers of the survey, the methods and results and  implications on future...

Are Emerging Organic Contaminants an Issue in NZ Groundwaters?
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Emerging Contaminants Handbook

This session will help you to understand: The world of emerging contaminants other than PFAS – incl. 1,4-Dioxane, TCP and Chromium Focus on 1,4-Dioxane: sources, properties, regulations and remedial options Evolving global PFASs regulations PFAS fate and transport and CSMs considering,...

Emerging Contaminants Handbook
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Microplastics and Human Health

There are many different sorts of plastics but they all slowly degrade to microplastic particles (5mm-100nm) and then to nanoplastics (100nm-1nm). These particles are found in the atmosphere and also in aquatic environments. Humans breathe in airborne particles which reach the respiratory tract...

Microplastics and Human Health
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Taking the Lead

This webinar session aims to address both NZ and Australian audiences dealing with issues relating to residential contamination from historic use of leaded paints; particularly focusing on the options for addressing wider public health protection using collaboration between contaminated land and...

Taking the Lead
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Brominated Flame Retardants in the Environment

Presenter Dr Bradley Clarke is a Senior Lecturer of Environmental Science at RMIT University. Brad’s research is focussed on real-world outcomes and partners with industry collaborators from the water sector, contaminated land as well as regulators. His primary expertise is on assessing the risk to...

Brominated Flame Retardants in the Environment
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

Living With Lead - A Problem Definition

In this webinar, Dr Dave Bull aims to: Summarise New Zealand research around lead from paints, petrol and other sources at residential properties, and the predicted impact on residents; as well as Discuss legal, technical and practical constraints on identifying, assessing and abating soil lead...

Living With Lead - A Problem Definition
Contact Name
Michal Grigor
Contact Phone
+61 490 082 260
Contact Email
elearning@landandgroundwater.com

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