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January 16, 2023

TIG co-chaired two sessions, co-chaired two panels, gave six platform presentations, and presented two posters.

TIG Environmental 2023 Battelle Sediments

November 17, 2022

TIG Environmental staff presented at the North American Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) 43rd Annual Meeting.

TIG Environmental Presents at the North American SETAC 43rd Annual Meeting

October 20, 2022

Jason Dittman was one of five panelists invited to speak at the session on Climate Change Adaptation and Contaminated Sediments at the AEHS 38th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy.

Potential Effects of Climate Change on Sediment Remedies

June 16, 2022

Dr. Bock and colleagues at RPS explore the questions: What if we had used subsea dispersant injection differently? Can we respond to this type of accident better knowing what we know now?

deepwater horizon oil spill response

May 24, 2022

Dr. Bock spoke on the application of statistical fingerprinting to PFAS to identify and assess multi-source contributions.

Dr. Bock Presents at Battelle Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds Conference

April 21, 2022

TIG Environmental’s Dennis Farley and Kate Lasseter participated with environmental lawyers Larry Kirsch and Jack Raffetto (Sidley Austin) and allocator Bill Hengemihle (FTI Consulting) in a webinar focused on the Superfund allocation process.

Getting to Yes: Navigating the Waters of Superfund Allocation

January 20, 2022

Philip Spadaro of TIG Environmental moderated the discussion at the Environmental Law Education Center "Facilitating Community Involvement in the Context of Compliance: How to effectively engage the community?"

Facilitating Community Involvement in the Context of Compliance

December 1, 2021

TIG Environmental Webinar Series: Remedial Cost Analysis - Tools for Understanding Financial Exposure

Remedial Cost Analysis - Tools for Understanding Financial Exposure

November 1, 2021

Dr. Bock, Senior Technical Expert of Forensics at TIG Environmental recently co-authored a paper on PFAS (per and poly-fluoroalkyl substances) contamination as it relates to insurance claims.

PFAS Contamination Related to Insurance Claims

October 20, 2021

TIG Environmental Webinar Series: Modeling Source Identification, Source Control, and Natural Recovery at Sediment Sites

Modeling Source Identification, Control, and Natural Recovery at Sediment Sites

October 6, 2021

TIG Environmental Webinar Series: Building a Concise and Accurate Disclosure or Discovery Response Strategy

Building a Concise and Accurate Disclosure or Discovery Response Strategy

September 16, 2021

TIG Environmental Webinar Series: Speaking Data - How all Stakeholders can Access and Use Data

Speaking Data - How all Stakeholders can Access and Use Data

July 7, 2021

TIG Environmental welcomes Dr. Michael Bock who joins us as a Managing Director located in Portland, Maine (USA) adds staff in our West Coast offices.

TIG Environmental Welcomes Senior Forensics Expert Dr. Michael Bock

May 3, 2021

TIG contributed presentations to SETAC EU 2021 virtual conference in the session Environmental Forensics - State of the Science and Global Applications.

Fingerprinting PFAS Contamination in Italy

May 3, 2021

TIG contributed presentations to SETAC EU 2021 virtual conference in the session Environmental Forensics - State of the Science and Global Applications.

Polytopic Vector Analysis (PVA) for Forensic Source Identification

March 8, 2021

Erin Pyne has co-authored a recent journal article published in Environmental Pollution entitled "Cocktails of pesticide residues in conventional and organic farming systems in Europe – Legacy of the past and turning point for the future"

Pesticide Residues in Conventional and Organic Farming Systems in Europe

February 18, 2021

Dr. Carlo Monti and a team of scientists at TIG Environmental have developed an environmental impact assessment for discharged wastewater into the Curonian Lagoon.

Environmental Impact Assessment for the Curonian Lagoon - Lithuania

January 26, 2021

Tim Negley participated in a panel discussion of PFAS Federal Regulations, Forensics and Multi-District Litigation at the New York State Bar Association Annual Meeting.

PFAS Federal Regulations, Forensics, and Multi-District Litigation

August 19, 2020

TIG Environmental's Philip Spadaro served as one of three panelists presenting on sediment remediation and environmental justice at the Environmental Law Education Center. 

Monitoring the Remedy – Construction and Community

February 14, 2019

Kate Lasseter, Dennis Farley, and Erin Pyne shared a presentation titled "A Review of Allocation Methods and Rationale for Method Selection" at the tenth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments. 

Allocation Methods and Rationale for Method Selection

February 11, 2019

TIG Environmental shared a presentation on "Best Practices and Lessons Learned for an Efficient and Equitable Allocation" at the tenth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments. 

Best Practices and Lessons Learned for an Efficient and Equitable Allocation

February 11, 2019

Philip Spadaro shared a presentation on the "Use of a Fiber Optic Temperature Sensor System to Evaluate EMNR/MNR at a Sediment Remediation Site" at the tenth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments.

Fiber Optic Temperature Sensor System to Evaluate EMNR/MNR

February 11, 2019

Tim Negley, Nick Rose, and Jamie Combes shared a presentation on "Improving the Accessibility of Geospatial Data Evaluation and Visualization for Project Teams" at the tenth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments. 

Improving the Accessibility of Geospatial Data Visualization

February 11, 2019

Nicholas D. Rose and Timothy Negley shared a presentation on the "Challenges of Using Disparate Data Sets in  Forensic Methods"  at the tenth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments. 

Challenges of Using Disparate Data Sets in Forensic Methods
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