LSP Association Continuing Education Seminar

Demonstrating How SESOIL and AT123D Models Are Used to Develop Soil Cleanup Objectives

When: Thursday, June 8, 2017
Time: 1:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Onsite check-in begins at 12:30 PM.  
Location: Doubletree Hotel, 5400 Computer Drive, Westborough, MA Directions
Speaker: Robert A. Schneiker P.G., M.S., President of ESCI, LLC 
Pricing: Member: $200 | Non-member: $350

This course was approved by the LSP Board for 4.0 hours of "Technical” continuing education credits (Course #1385b)This course has also been approved for 4.0 LEP Credits (CTLEP# 356).

 Please note: This course is being held the same day and at the same location as June LSPA Membership Meeting (6PM - 8PM).  

Course Description:

This course will provide an overview of the SESOIL and AT123D models in the SEVIEW 7.1 transport and fate modeling software, developed by the instructor. SESOIL and AT123D were used by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) to develop MCP default soil cleanup objectives. For more information, visit www.seview.com.

Course participants are not expected to download the program for use in the course; use of the software will be demonstrated by the instructor.

To ensure adequate protection of groundwater quality throughout the state, the MCP’s default soil cleanup objectives are extremely conservative. Environmental consultants can use SESOIL and AT123D to develop site-specific soil cleanup objectives based on site properties. For most locations this will result in higher soil cleanup concentrations while maintaining protection of groundwater quality. In other cases modeling may indicate that a serious threat to groundwater exists. The SEVIEW software is used by regulatory agencies and consultants throughout the world, including the MassDEP.

The first half of the course will cover SESOIL and vadose zone modeling, including setting up SESOIL with climatic, chemical, soil, and application parameters; running the model, and interpreting the results. The development of site-specific cleanup objectives will be discussed as well.

The second half of the course will cover linking SESOIL to the AT123D groundwater model.

Throughout the course the instructor will demonstrate the software; participants will not be expected to download it for their own use in the course.

To view full course syllabus and speaker bio, please click here.

Please contact Kristi Lefebvre via email or call 617/977-4304 with any questions.