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The Remediation Course, Live Online 

Live On Line, Dates
• Robert Cleary  • Rebecca Daprato  • Murray Einarson
• Bart Eklund  • Rachel Klinger  • Bernard Kueper  • Douglas Larson  
• Paulo Negrao  • Richard Rago • Catherine Regan

Important information before you register for the online courses 

The Live Online edition of the Remediation Course is priced at $1,695 for a single student, and at a discounted price of $1,100 per student for 2 or more registrations from the same company or agency. 

If you are registering 2 or more students, please make sure to select the right pricing option when submitting your registration form. 

If you have any questions, please contact us at: or call +1 813 964-0800

Course Description


Princeton Groundwater's Remediation Course is the most comprehensive course on remediation available.  During 40 hours of classroom instruction, every aspect of soil and groundwater remediation is covered including high-resolution, three-dimensional hydrogeochemical characterization, Federal/State regulations, and practical design details of all remediation technologies. All aspects of Indoor Air Vapor Intrusion, Petroleum Vapor Intrusion, and mitigation are also covered. The course covers many essential topics such as strategies for cost-effective solutions, which are not found in any other courses or books

The course, however, assumes some technical background and experience in contamination problems. Those who have taken The Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course should be well prepared as this course is the next step.

Course Instructors


Course Topics

  • Fundamental and Advanced Concepts of Remediation Hydrogeology

  • Fundamental and Advanced Concepts of Fate and Transport

  • Site Characterization Methods to Determine 3D Hydraulic and Geochemical Parameters for Remediation Design

  • DNAPL and LNAPL Source Zones and Dissolved Plumes

  • Limitations and Biases of Traditional Characterization and Monitoring of Dissolved Contaminant Plumes

  • Flux-Based (Mass Flux and Mass Discharge) Corrective Action and Remediation Vs. Risk-Based Correction Action (RBCA) Based on Monitoring Well Point Concentrations

  • The Remedial Investigation (RI)/Feasibility Study (FS) Process

  • Advanced High-Resolution 3D Site Characterization Field Methods to Support Remediation Design (e.g., MIP, HPT, CPT, OIP, NMR, LIF, Multi-Level Well Systems, DP Vertical Sampling...)

  • Impacts of Mobile/Immobile porosities, Heterogeneities,  Anistropy and Back Diffusion

  • 2D vs. 3D Capture Zones of Contaminant Plumes

  • Strategic Approach to Cost-Effective Remedial Design

  • Bioremediation: Pathways, Stoichiometry, Kinetics, Engineering Design for In-Situ Applications, Limitations, and Natural Attenuation

  • ISCO (in situ chemical oxidation) and ISCR (in situ chemical reduction) case histories

  • CSIA (Compound Specific Isotope Analysis) theory and applications

  • Remediation and Control Using “Water As A Carrier”: The Proper Use of Pump and Treat Systems

  • Monitored Natural Attenuation: Limitations And Applications In Remediation

  • Remediation Using “Air As A Carrier”: Soil Vapor Extraction Systems (SVE), Vacuum Enhanced Systems, Air Sparging Remediation Designs

  • Remediation of inorganics

  • Ex-Situ Treatment Technologies

  • Principles of Advanced Remediation Systems: Fracturing, Reactive Walls, Waterloo’s Funnel and Gate, Reactive Zones

  • DNAPL Migration in Heterogeneous Deposits, and Fractured Hard Rock

  • Practical Design and Operation of Soil Vapor Extraction and Air Sparging Pilot Studies

  • Permeable Treatment Walls and In Situ Chemical Oxidation

  • Use of Thermal Remediation Technologies (ERH and TCH) for NAPL Removal

  • Indoor Air Vapor Intrusion and Petroleum Vapor Intrusion: Concepts, Practices, and Mitigation

  • PFAS chemistry, case histories, and remediation options

Who Should Attend

  • Remediation Experts

  • Groundwater Hydrologists

  • Geologists

  • Engineers

  • Chemists

  • Environmental Scientists

  • State/Federal Regulators

  • Project Managers

  • Compliance Program Managers

  • Industrial Site Owners

Course Materials and CEU's

Students will receive over 1,300 pages of lecture notes in a 3-ring binder. In addition, they will be given a certificate of satisfactory completion and qualify to receive 4.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). A record is kept of these units and transcripts may be requested at a later date.

You will also have access to supplemental material via Dropbox.

Course Hours

The Remediation Course has a duration of 40 hours.


The Las Vegas In-Person Edition goes from Monday through Friday, typically in the month of June of every year.  Class hours are as follows:

  • Monday - Tuesday: 8 AM to 6 PM, including breaks.

  • Wednesday: 8 AM to 9:30 PM, including breaks.

  • Thursday: 8 AM to 6 PM, including breaks.

  • Friday: 8 AM to 12 PM, including breaks.

The On-Line Edition is offered typically in the month of October of every year, and is divided into 9 afternoons, as follows:

  • Week one of the course: Monday through Friday, with classes from 1 PM to 6:30 PM Eastern Time (New York Time), including breaks.

  • Week two of the course: Monday through Wednesday, with classes from 1 PM to 6:30 PM Eastern Time (New York Time).  Thursday (last day), classes are from 1 PM to 5:00 PM Eastern Time (New York Time), including breaks

Registration Fee

The Remediation Course, Live Online Oct.30 - Nov.3 and Nov.6-9, 2023

Registration Fees

• Single Student......$1,695.

• 2 or more students from the same company or agency...$ 1,100* each


After you click on the "Register Now" button below, make sure to click on "View more price options" in the registration form to see the discounted registration fee.

The Remediation Course course is also offered in person in Las Vegas, typically in the month of June of every year.  The registration fee for the in-person course is $1,695.  Please check out the Princeton Groundwater website when the next in-person Remediation Course is announced.

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