REACH: Practical Effects and Approaches
DoD is responsible for remediating and protecting the groundwater associated with military installations. Contaminated groundwater is the largest liability in the Defense Environmental Restoration Program. Thousands of sites have been impacted by chlorinated solvents, PFAS, 1,4-dioxane, energetic materials, perchlorate, and other hazardous compounds. All such sites require characterization, remediation and monitoring. This session addressed the advances in characterization, monitoring, treatment and management of groundwater sites.
|Session Chair: Dr. Keith Legg, Corrdesa LLC|
|REACH Impact on Defence: EU Perspective & EDA REACH activities||Mr. Costas Tataroglou and Ms. Alexandra Lesage, European Defence Agency|
|REACH Impacts on F-35||Mr. Scott Fetter, Lockheed Martin|
|REACH and U.S. Chemicals Policy: Surface Finishing Industry Outlook||Mr. Christian Richter, The Policy Group|
|REACH and the US / European Aerospace & Defence Community||Mr. Terry Rees-Pedlar, BAE Systems Land UK|
|Accelerated Test and Evaluation for Materials Qualification||Dr. Keith Legg, Corrdesa LLC|
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