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August Mack has worked closely with a manufacturing client in northern Ohio to address chlorinated solvent contamination associated with previous operations at the facility. Those impacts extend from the surface through two thin water-bearing zones in the surficial clay deposits into the bedrock, including multiple fracture zones. Although we have had many very positive experiences with traditional in-situ chemical reduction (ISCR) remedial technologies, impacts in bedrock require a different approach to prevent clogging of the well screen and filter pack and to ensure distribution of treatment reagents throughout the impacted fracture zones. Please join us for a webinar that covers the remedial strategies and technologies considered for the pilot study, as well as lessons learned in addressing the hydrogeological and logistical challenges associated with remediating impacts in fractured bedrock.