About Princeton Groundwater
Princeton Groundwater has been offering courses in the field of groundwater pollution, hydrogeology, site characterization, and remediation since 1974.
The Princeton Groundwater courses have been taught since 1974, and are continuously updated to reflect the state of the science and the latest developments in the field. Our instructors are among the leading researchers and professionals in the field, with more than 250 years of collective experience.
Our two main courses, The Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology and The Remediation Course, are recognized as the most solid, up-to-date, and advanced in the world. We are always in sync with the latest scientific developments in the field, as well as the latest and most advanced methods and practices in site characterization and remediation.
Over the years, more than 25,000 professionals from all over the world have attended our courses. Many of our students have attended the courses multiple times. Our students come from different sectors, such as environmental consulting, regulatory agencies, oil, and chemical companies, legal professionals, academia, and more.
The Remediation Course is offered in-person in Las Vegas, NV in the summer, and in the live online format over the Internet in the winter.
The Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course is offered twice a year in the live online format only.