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Geosyntec's Technical Contribution to the World of Coal Ash

As in previous years, Geosyntec will make a significant technical contribution to 2017 World of Coal Ash Conference (WOCA) at the Lexington Convention Center & Hyatt Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky on May 8-11, 2017.

WOCA is an international conference organized by the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) and the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER). The 2017 conference is the 7th joint biennial meeting with a focus on the science, applications and sustainability of worldwide coal combustion products (CCP's) as well as gasification products.

Geosyntec Presentations

Tuesday - May 9, 2017

11:30am | Session 049
Biogeochemistry: A Novel Approach to Managing and Marketing CCR
Andrea Rocha

1:00pm | Session 193
Geotechnical Considerations in Surface Impoundment Management and Closure
John Seymour

2:00pm | Session 156
Geotechnical Benefits of Synthetic Turf Final Cover Systems
Ming Zhu

Wednesday - May 10, 2017

8:30am | Session 145
Dewatering and Containment of Coal Ash Using Geotextile Tubes for Ash Pond Closure
Meena Viswanath

8:30am | Session 051
Boron Treatment Technology for CCR Wastewater, Ash Leachate, and Groundwater
Allison Kreinberg

9:30am | Session 168
Lessons Learned from Geotechnical Characterization of Ponded Fly Ash and their Impacts on Pond Closure Design and Construction
Bob Bachus

9:30am | Session 148
Conceptual Groundwater Remedial Alternatives at Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR) Sites
Herwig Goldemund

10:30am | Session 135
In Situ Solidi cation/ Solidi cation (ISS) Applications for CCR Unit Closure
Christopher Robb

11:30am | Session 124 How to Manage a Statistically Significant Increase (SSI) during Groundwater Detection Monitoring under the CCR Rule
Bob Glazier

1:00pm | Session 050
Sulfur-Oxidizing Bacteria Convert Problematic Waste into Marketable Resource
Jacques Smith

1:30pm | Session 146
Investigation of Hydrogen Sulfide Formation in FGD By-Products
Bruce Sass

2:00pm | Session 125
Mass Flux Performance Metrics for Justification of Monitored Natural Attenuation Groundwater Remedies under the CCR Rule
Bob Glazier

Thursday - May 11, 2017

11:30am | Session 184
Overview of Final Cover Systems for CCR Unit Closures and Major Design Considerations
Ming Zhu

1:30pm | Session 048
CCR Microparticulates and the Trouble They Cause
Linxi Chen

2:00pm | Session 108
Water Treatment Options for Ash Pond Dewatering
Hari Parthasarathy

More Information

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