The Engineering Forum (EF), established in the late 1980s, is a group of engineers and scientists that supports the Superfund and RCRA programs in each of the ten EPA Regional Offices. As one of the EPA Technical Support Project’s (TSP) three technical forums, the EF is a medium for exchanging technical information regarding innovative site cleanup and characterization technologies. Monthly technical talks focus on site-specific engineering problems encountered, alternatives and solutions, and lessons learned. After each presentation, information regarding upcoming events and training are discussed and time for an Open Mic discussion is provided. If you are a Superfund, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Brownfields, state or federal environmental professional who is interested in solving technical issues, register for any technical talks listed below that interest you and join the discussion!
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Tom Dobinson, R2 RPM, will discuss challenges associated with excavation at an active port at the Welsbach & General Gas Mantle Superfund Site in Camden and Gloucester City, New Jersey. The former Welsbach facility (FWF) produced gas mantles from the late 1890s to 1941. The company used radioactive elements in the production of the mantles to help them glow more brightly when heated. During and at the completion of Welsbach operations in 1941, residual process materials and wastes were used as urban fill along the Delaware River and in areas of Camden County, New Jersey which are now being remediated. The FWF was located on a now active 95-acre port facility that operates 24 hours/day, 7 days a week. The port facility is considered the largest fruit and vegetable importer on the East Coast. This presentation will discuss the phased remediation at this site to enable the port to remain active during remediation.
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