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Geosyntec Professionals to Present During Environment, Energy Security and Sustainability Symposium May 21-24

Project Scientist Hester Groenevelt and Senior Consulting Hydrogeologist Edward Nemecek are among the platform presenters scheduled to speak at the Environment, Energy Security and Sustainability (E2S2) Symposium and Exhibition in New Orleans May 21-24, 2012.

The event, sponsored by the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), is an annual forum for the review of innovations, technologies, and applications that address environmental and energy challenges faced by the U.S. Department of Defense and other federal agencies. The theme for 2012 is "Government & Industry Partnerships: Addressing the Challenges of Our Resource-Constrained Times."

The presenters will join Geosyntec engineers Cuneyt Gokmen (Atlanta) and Eric Nesbit (Raleigh) as well as geologist Jimmy Whitmer (Atlanta) as they meet attendees at Booth 727 within the E2S2 Exhibition Hall at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Breakout sessions and posters from Geosyntec professionals for 2012's proceedings include:

Treatment of PCBs in Paint, Concrete, and Other Building Materials
Environment — Emerging Technologies Track, Room 270
May 23 at 2:30 p.m.

Tom Krug, P.Eng. (Author)
Principal Environmental Engineer (Toronto)

Hester Groenevelt (Co-Author and Presenter)
Project Scientist (Toronto)

Save Time and Money Busting Records of Decision at Superfund Sites
Environment — Environmental Restoration Track, Room 264
May 24 at 2:30 p.m.

Edward Nemecek, RG, PG, CPG
Senior Consulting Hydrogeologist (Phoenix)

Quantitative Passive Soil Vapor Sampling for VOCs
Environment Track — Poster Presentations, Exhibit Hall

Todd McAlary, P.Eng., PG (Author)
Senior Consulting Hydrogeologist (Toronto)

Hester Groenevelt (Presenter)
Project Scientist (Toronto)

The NDIA is America's leading defense industry association promoting national security. The association's Environmental and Energy Security Division advocates the development and application of cutting-edge technology, enlightened stewardship, superior programs, and best-in-class systems and support toward the achievement of environmental excellence and the long-term security of our nation's energy supplies.