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Shane Giliam discusses novel applications for soil treatment

The Australasian Land & Groundwater Association’s 4th Contaminated Land Conference in Auckland, New Zealand from the 4th to the 6th of April will see experts from across ANZ discuss a variety of topical Environmental issues. Shane Giliam, an experienced engineer with the WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff contaminated land management team, will present his paper titled ‘Novel Field Application of a Small Scale Treatment Trial’.

 

Augmenting existing microbial populations in groundwater in an ex-situ trial successfully treated petroleum hydrocarbon impacted groundwater. The treatment trials were implemented as part of groundwater augmentation works to overcome “biological stalling” within a stable groundwater plume at a former chemical manufacturing facility in Melbourne, Australia.

Whilst intended for groundwater treatment, the trials suggested a novel application for treating soil impacts within gravel fill at the site.

Shane Giliam, Environmental Engineer, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff is based in Melbourne, Australia. He’s been the beneficiary of working at probably the most interesting contaminated land site in the world for the last 6 years. Shane is particularly interested in microbes and making them go, as well as other forms of remediation, good quality site investigation and delivering value for money for his client.

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