Technical Sales Representative
Mark has a bachelor's degree in Environmental Resource Management and a Masters in Environmental Pollution Control from the Pennsylvania State University. He holds registrations as a Professional Engineer in Colorado, Wyoming, Oregon, and Washington. Mark has a wealth of experience within the industry, having spent the last 30 years as an environmental engineer providing regulatory compliance, site investigation, and remedial consulting services. As a Technical Sales Representative, Mark provides technical support to help clients evaluate the feasibility of using Tersus' proven portfolio of products and technologies to reduce uncertainty, minimize risks, and achieve cost-effective results.
Cometabolic Bioremediation of 1,4-Dioxane
Site DP003 within Air Force plant 44 required addressing TCE and 1,4-dioxane concentrations in groundwater that exceeded permissible levels. This presentation will describe how a lab treatability study lead to a field pilot test aiming for in situ remediation via biostimulation with fracking techniques. The conclusion will focus on lessons learned and status of an ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of cometabolic bioremediation using methane and oxygen gas infusion on a 1,4-dioxane plume commingled with chlorinated solvents.