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Use of magnetic susceptibility to map amendment distribution in the subsurface

Mark Harkness,
Magnetic susceptibility measurements obtained on soil core

It has been said that one of the challenges of in-situ remediation is that “it’s dark underground”. We inject various remedial amendments into the subsurface and often have limited means to assess where they go, despite the fact that amendment distribution can have a major impact on remedial performance. It is...

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OBG discusses PFAS in Wisconsin

Jeff Ramey presents at WGWA 2018 Annual State Conference

OBG recently participated in the Wisconsin Ground Water Association’s (WGWA) 2018 Annual State Conference, which took place on February 9, 2018 in Brookfield, WI. During the conference, which focused this year on understanding groundwater in Wisconsin, OBG’s Jeff Ramey discussed the National Ground Water Association’s (NGWA) guidance document on per- a...

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Cutting-edge science in remediation: Q&A with Mark Harkness

Mark Harkness, OBG thought leader in environmental remediation

Remediation expert Mark Harkness joined OBG just last year and is already making an impact. We sat down with Mark to learn a bit more about his perspective on the remediation industry, OBG’s environment business, and his commitment to innovation and making the world a better place. Q: So fa...

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New approaches, technologies, and innovation in remediation

Meet Mark Harkness

Mark Harkness

Mark Harkness joined OBG in March, bringing leadership in remediation project design and management with extensive experience implementing a wide range of innovative, pragmatic, and cost-effective remedial technologies to address petroleum and chlorinated solvents in soil and groundwater.  Mark joins OBG from GE’s Global Research Center in Niskayuna, Ne...

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