Starting Soon: Characterization and Remediation of Fractured Rock


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Starting Soon: Characterization and Remediation of Fractured Rock

  • Characterization and Remediation of Fractured Rock (FracRx-1) http://fracturedRX-1.itrcweb.org
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Characterization and Remediation of Fractured Rock

  • ITRC Guidance: Characterization and Remediation of Fractured Rock (FracRx-1)
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  • Michael Smith
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  • Jeff Hale
  • Kleinfelder
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  • Michael Gefell
  • Anchor QEA, LLC
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Meet the ITRC Trainers

  • Ryan A. Wymore
  • CDM Smith
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  • John Dougherty
  • CDM Smith
  • Edison, NJ
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  • Dan Bryant
  • Woodard & Curran
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The Problem with Fractured Rock Remediation

  • Not achieving cleanup goals
  • Spending time and money, but substantial risk remains
  • Often considered too complex
  • Often defaults to containment and long-term monitoring
  • Conventional approaches reflect outdated understanding of fracture flow
    • Does not incorporate advances in the sciences and technologies of site characterization and remediation

Common Site Challenges

  • Incomplete understanding of complex groundwater flow and contaminant transport in fractured rock
  • Difficulties in site characterization
  • Cost of investigation
  • Unrealistic remedial objectives
  • Selected remedy is ineffective
  • Courtesy Dan Bryant

Dispelling the Fractured Rock Site Myth Can These Sites Really Be Cleaned Up?

  • Difficult, But Not Impossible
  • Courtesy Dan Bryant

The Nature of the Problem Challenges Encountered

  • Rock
  • Sites are
  • Complex
  • CSM Uncertainty
  • Unfamiliarity with Tools
  • Unrealistic RAOs
  • Inefficient Use of Tools
  • Increased Characterization Costs
  • Continuing CSM Uncertainty
  • Ineffective Remedial Design
  • Increased Remediation Costs & Operational Time
  • Less Likely to Achieve RAOs
  • Challenges
  • Encountered
  • Solutions &
  • Remedies
  • Expanding Pyramid of Uncertainty and Costs

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