AquaBlok, Ltd. To Present And Exhibit Environmental Remediation And Geotechnical Sealing Products At AEHS 26th Annual West Coast Conference
Manufacturing company to give presentations on two large projects using their patented composite particle technologies
SWANTON, OHIO (PRWEB) MARCH 14, 2016
AquaBlok, Ltd. will present and exhibit at the 26th Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air, a highly successful and internationally known gathering of a variety of professionals in the environmental science community, in San Diego from March 21-24.
COO and General Manager John Collins will be exhibiting AquaBlok’s sediment remediation and geotechnical sealing products at booth #26. The booth will provide visitors with a hands-on approach to learning about AquaBlok and AquaGate products by featuring a demonstration of the manufacturing company’s namesake product, AquaBlok 2080FW.
In addition, Mr. Collins will be speaking at the conference on Tuesday, March 22 at 11:30am. His presentation will provide an overview of AquaBlok materials and applications where activated carbon has been used in a wetland or sediment remediation setting.
Mr. Collins will also be available for discussion at AquaBlok’s poster presentation on Wednesday, March 23 from 3pm-6pm. His presentation will highlight one of the company’s projects at Machado Lake in the Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park near Harbor City, CA, where AquaBlok materials were used to improve the water quality and enhance the surrounding natural habitat and recreational features of the park.
Visit AquaBlok during the following times at the AEHS West Coast Conference:
• Exhibition Hall – Tuesday, March 22-Wednesday, March 23 from 9am-7pm and Thursday, March 24 from 9am-12pm: Booth #26
• Platform Presentation – Tuesday, March 22 at 11:30am: “Materials of Construction for Application of Activated Carbon to Address PCB Contamination in a Wetland and/or Sediment Setting”
• Poster Presentation – Wednesday, March 23 from 3pm-6pm: “Overview of Machado Lake Ecosystem Restoration Project: Dredge & Cap Approach to Restoration”
”Since 2014, when we began manufacturing our products in Southern California, we have seen a steady increase in the interest and need for application of our unique solutions. This conference offers a great way to help meet and explain the benefits of our materials,” says Mr. Collins.
To register for the conference, visit http://www.AEHSFoundation.org.
AquaBlok, Ltd., based in Swanton, Ohio, is a manufacturer of a range of patented composite particle materials that enable a low permeability, thin capping products for the management, isolation and treatment of contamination in sediments and sealing in a wide range of geotechnical applications. Descriptions and detailed profiles of AquaBlok technologies can be found at https://www.aquablok.com.