Estimating LNAPL Transmissivity: A Guide to Using ASTM Standard Guide E2856


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    Taunton, MA

    6/12/2018 - 6/13/2018

    Holiday Inn Taunton
    700 Myles Standish
    Taunton, MA 02780

    508-823-0430

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    About the Course

    You'll build a critical foundation for understanding estimation of LNAPL Transmissivity (Tn). These concepts will teach you about the practical limits for hydraulic recovery of subsurface petroleum and create effective remedial strategies. You will learn how multiple occurrences of LNAPL (confined, perched, unconfined) affect LNAPL Tn, as well as discern which calculation methods are appropriate for each condition. Topics will include analyzing skimming test data, baildown test data, and previously collected remediation system data.


    Learn About

    Upon completion of this training, attendees should be able to:

    • Identify an appropriate method(s) for calculating LNAPL Transmissivity
    • Use these methods to collect data and process the data through a proper set of equations
    • Recognize poor data points and remove them from LNAPL Transmissivity calculations
    • Select the appropriate methodology based on site conditions
    • Use the results of the analyses for making better remedial decisions about remediation approaches


    Who Should Attend

    This course is designed for LSPs, environmental consultants, and others in the LSP community. Attendees should have a basic understanding of hydrogeologic processes and non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) fundamentals. It is recommended that all attendees become familiar with the E2856 Standard in order to maximize the use of their time at the workshop.


    Course Outline

    DAY 1

    • State-specific LNAPL management practices, procedures, and guidance.
    • Industry documents, the evolution of LNAPL management
    • Transmissivity Overview: Why is it important? How can we use estimates of Transmissitivy.
    • Intro to LNAPL Basics
      • LNAPL occurrence in the subsurface
      • Mobility
      • Source term for other contaminant phases
      • Assessment and recoverability
    • Introduction to LNAPL Transmissivity
      • Defining Technology Endpoints
      • Points of Compliance
    • LNAPL Dynamics
      • Unconfined Aquifers
      • Confined Aquifers
      • Perched Conditions

      DAY 2

    • LNAPL Tn Methods
    • Intro to LNAPL Baildown Testing
      • Intro - why bail down testing
      • Field methods
      • Data analysis
    • Other LNAPL Tn Methods
      • Skimming data
      • Recovery data
      • Data analysis
    • Classroom Examples
    • Classroom Examples
    • Summary and Closing Remarks

    • ASTM Standards Referenced

      ASTM E2856-13 Standard Guide for Estimation of LNAPL Transmissivity


      Fee Includes

      • ASTM E2856 Standard Guide for Estimation of LNAPL Transmissivity
      • Course notes
      • Certificate of Completion and 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
      • Refreshment breaks


      About the Instructors

      Tripp Fischer, BSTI is a Principal Hydrogeologist specializing in Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL) assessment and remediation. In addition to his consulting career, Mr. Fischer served as a Hydrogeologist and Environmental Engineer with the State of Delaware for 11 years. He has authored and coauthored numerous NAPL related regulations, guidance, and industry standards and has performed training courses and seminars internationally. Mr. Fischer is a Professional Geologist in Delaware and Pennsylvania and is currently Chairman of ASTM International's subcommittee on Environmental Corrective Action. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Geology from West Chester University and Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University.

      Trevre Andrews, CH2MHILL is a Geologist/Geophysicist with expertise in the analysis and management of NAPLs at Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) sites and Railroad sites. He has served in coordinating a team of more than two dozen NAPL Experts as a NAPL Technical Practice Group Leader. He has over 10 years of experience with technical specialties in: Groundwater and Soil Subsurface Investigation, Groundwater Recovery and Treatment Systems, In Situ and Ex Situ Soil Remediation and Treatment, Remedial Fate and Transport Modeling, Remediation Feasibility Studies, Remediation Technology, Testing/Evaluation/Pilot Studies, and Sustainable Remediation. He is a recipient of the Environmental Business Achievement Award New Practice: LNAPL Remediation Strategy.


      About ASTM and Sponsoring Committee
      ASTM is one of the world's largest voluntary standards development organizations. Recognizing the need for authoritative site assessment standards, ASTM pulled together environmental professionals, real estate and insurance professionals, lawyers, and government representatives. These members of Committee E50 and its Subcommittee E50.02 on Commercial Real Estate Transactions developed the standards upon which this course is based. For more information on Committee E50 contact Kate McClung or go to our E50 technical committee page.

      ASTM publishes the 82-volume Annual Book of ASTM Standards (available on CD ROM), which contain over 12,000 standards written by 34,000 members on 140 technical committees. These standards are widely used throughout the world as the basis of purchasing and other contracts, codes, laws and regulations.


      Free ASTM Membership

      Attend this course and receive a FREE 1-year membership to ASTM International and Committee E50 on Environmental Assessment, Risk Management, and Corrective Action. (Applies to new members only and may not be used to renew existing memberships)


      Attention: Professional Engineers
      If your state has a continuing education requirement for license renewal, ASTM training courses and ASTM membership can help you meet that requirement. This course provides 1.4 CEUs. A Certificate of Completion is provided at the end of the course listing CEU credit.