In this episode, host Todd Perry welcomes PPM Geologist Jacob Pongetti, who works out of the Jackson MS office. Jacob is an expert in utilizing HRSC or High-Resolution Site Characterization tools to receive immediate, real-time data to eliminate (or at least reduce) uncertainty about what’s in the subsurface at your sites.
According to the EPA website: HRSC is a new EPA focus area that reflects the state-of-the-science for environmental site characterization. High-resolution site characterization (HRSC) strategies and techniques use scale-appropriate measurement and sample density to define contaminant distributions and the physical context in which they reside, with greater certainty, supporting faster and more effective site cleanup.
Key Topics and Takeaways
- What is it? The EPA’s definition
- Reducing uncertainty at sites- use in conjunction with other tools and methods
- Data that really pays dividends
- How it works – pushing tools into the subsurface at the end of a geoprobe for real-time data
- What’s so special about HRSC?
- The tools for HRSC – it depends on what you’re looking for
- Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF)
- When the decision tree leads to using HRSC
- If the situation is urgent, HRSC gives you the data up front
- An evolving, innovative tool with increasing use in the industry
- Contact us with any questions through the website link below
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