ESTCP Announces Selections for FY15 Supplemental Solicitations
ESTCP released two special solicitations for FY 2015 funding, Innovative Technology Transfer Approaches and Post Remediation Performance Assessment.
Fourteen ESTCP FY 2015 new start projects that responded to the Innovative Technology Transfer Approaches solicitation have been selected for funding. Projects funded under this solicitation will execute technology transfer approaches related to key technical topics from all five ESTCP Program Areas.
Eleven ESTCP FY 2015 new start projects that responded to the Post Remediation Performance Assessment solicitation have been selected for funding. Projects funded under this solicitation will assess the long-term performance of a wide variety of remediation strategies applied to sites and contaminants of interest to DoD.
The tables below list the FY 2015 new start projects. Information on these and other SERDP and ESTCP projects is available under Program Areas.
Innovative Technology Transfer Approaches
|ER-201566||Interactive Training System for Reductions in Cost and Complexity of Remediation and Long-Term Management of Contaminated Sites||Dr. David Reynolds||Geosyntec Consultants|
|ER-201567||T2-Geophysics: A Technology Transfer Program for Facilitating Effective use of Geophysics for Environmental Characterization and Monitoring at DoD Sites||Dr. Lee Slater||Rutgers University|
|ER-201569||ER Wiki for Enhanced Transfer SERDP/ESTCP Research to Users||Dr. Robert Borden||Solutions-IES, Inc.|
|ER-201570||Contaminant Flux and Fate in Fractured Bedrock||Dr. Charles Schaefer||CDM Smith|
|ER-201571||A Web-Based Repository for Energetics Contamination on Military Training Ranges||Dr. Susan Taylor||U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory|
|ER-201572||Delivering Improved Understanding of Natural Attenuation Processes Using a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)||Dr. Pedro Alvarez||Rice University|
|ER-201574||Catalyzing Rapid Information Transfer Among Key Stakeholders on Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) at Contaminated Military Sites||Dr. Jennifer Field||Oregon State University|
|ER-201575||Expanding the Impact of SERDP/ESTCP Projects with On-Demand, End-User Focused, Internet Micro-Lectures||Dr. Charles Newell||GSI Environmental, Inc.|
|EW-201577||Building Energy Technologies: Creating a Path for Implementation on Installations||Mr. Charles Purcell||Noblis, Inc.|
|EW-201578||Technical Transfer of Net Zero Planner Tool from Research to Production Platform||Dr. Richard Liesen||U.S. Army Engineer Research Development Center, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory|
|MR-201590||The Application of Advanced Geophysical Classification in Support of Munitions Response Program - An Outreach to Federal, State and Local Regulators and Tribal Governments||Mr. Jim Austreng||Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Expeditionary Warfare Center|
|RC-201576||An Online Resource Center for Supporting the Application of Environmental DNA Technology||Dr. Katherine Strickler||Washington State University|
|WP-201568||Cross-Functional Training Workshops and Site Assessments for Non-Chromate, Anodic Electrocoat Primer Transfer||Ms. Robin Peffer||PPG Industries, Inc.|
|WP-201573||Enabling Lead-Free Interconnects in DoD Weapon Systems||Dr. Stephan Meschter||BAE Systems|
Post Remediation Performance Assessment
|ER-201579||Demonstrating a Biogeophysics Strategy for Minimally Invasive Post Remediation Performance Assessment||Dr. Tim Johnson||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
|ER-201580||Long-Term Stability and Efficacy of Historic Activated Carbon (AC) Deployments at Diverse Freshwater and Marine Remediation Sites||Dr. Todd Bridges||U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Environmental Laboratory|
|ER-201581||Post-Remediation Evaluation of EVO Treatment - How Can We Improve Performance?||Dr. Robert Borden||Solutions-IES, Inc.|
|ER-201582||Post-Remediation Performance Assessment at a Petroleum Impacted Site||Mr. Tim Appleman||Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Expeditionary Warfare Center|
|ER-201583||Flux-Based Assessment of Post-Remedial Performance||Dr. Mark Newman||University of Florida|
|ER-201584||Providing Additional Support for MNA by Including Quantitative Lines of Evidence for Abiotic Degradation and Co-metabolic Oxidation of Chlorinated Ethylenes||Mr. Todd Wiedemeier||T.H. Wiedemeier & Associates|
|ER-201585||Assessing the Long-Term Performance and Impacts of ISCO and ISBR Remediation Technologies||Dr. Mark Brusseau||University of Arizona|
|ER-201586||Verification Monitoring and Stability Assessment of In-Situ Stabilized Range Metals||Ms. Michelle Wynter||U.S. Army Engineer Research Development Center, Environmental Laboratory|
|ER-201587||Evaluating Long-Term Impacts of Soil-Mixing Source-Zone Treatment Using Cryogenic Core Collection||Dr. Wilson Clayton||Trihydro Corporation|
|ER-201588||Assessment of Post Remediation Performance of a Biobarrier Oxygen Injection System at an MTBE Contaminated Site||Ms. Kenda Neil||Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center|
|ER-201589||Analysis of Long-Term Performance of Zero-Valent Iron Applications||Mr. Kyle Kirchner||Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Expeditionary Warfare Center|
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