September 3, 2020

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Geosyntec Water-Related Practices

Geosyntec is a specialized consulting and engineering firm that works with private and public-sector clients around the world to address complex problems involving water, the environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Since our founding in 1983, Geosyntec has excelled by implementing sustainable principles and cutting-edge technologies to engineering and design projects for industrial wastewater, stormwater, water resources, civil infrastructure and environmental clients.

Geosyntec's WEFTEC-Related Specialties

  • Engineering and design
  • Water reuse, minimization and zero discharge
  • Process optimization and numerical modelling
  • Water resiliency and security
  • Biological and advanced treatment
  • Treatment of emerging contaminants (e.g., PFAS, selenium, 1,4-dioxane, pharmaceuticals)
  • Coastal resiliency
  • Construction management
  • D/B, CMAR and P3 projects
  • Sustainability and green infrastructure

Geosyntec COVID-19 Services

  • Wastewater evaluations and tracking
  • Laboratory testing for SARS-Cov-2
  • Facility decontamination
  • Verification testing

Geosyntec's Primary Client Sectors

  • Food and Beverage
  • Municipal
  • Consumer Products
  • Mining
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Oil/Gas/Refinery
  • Manufacturing
  • Industrial

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Geosyntec to Present at WEFTEC Connect

Andrew Holmes, Ph.D. (Ontario), will present "Utilization of Recyclable Photocatalysts for Selenium Removal from Industrial Wastewater" at the Water Environment Federation's Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) Connect at 9:10-9:30 a.m. EDT on October 7, 2020.

Additionally, Chris Conkle, P.E., G.E. and Christopher Hunt, Ph.D., P.E., G.E. (California) co-authored "Resiliency Planning: A Risk-Based Approach to Seismic Evaluation for Southern California's Orange County Sanitation District" that will be presented at 11:10-11:30 a.m. on October 7, 2020.

Andrew Holmes' expertise includes non-biological approaches for selenium (Se) and arsenic (As) removal from mine-impacted water and brine as well as flue gas desulphurization wastewater using novel engineered photocatalysts. Andrew is well versed in Se analytical techniques for the speciation and quantification of Se to below 1 ug/L with the use of HG-ICP-OES and IC-ICP-MS. Andrew's other research contributions include crude oil contaminated site characterization using nanomaterial enhanced geophysical techniques and targeted delivery of nanomaterials for crude oil abatement.

Geosyntec's WEFTEC Attendees

WEFTEC is the world's most comprehensive gathering of water quality professionals and thought leaders, featuring the sector's leading conference program, an extensive exhibition showcasing the field's most cutting-edge solutions, and a variety of valuable networking opportunities. Geosyntec's WEFTEC attendees include: