Sonia Tarnawski spoke on October 23rd in the SIPOL CAS. She presented the conditions for using microbiology to assess the remediation potential of a site by biostimulation or natural attenuation. Her presentation was illustrated by the case of a former watchmaking site contaminated with chlorinated hydrocarbons in the canton of Jura.
Practical training in installation of integrative passive samplers to analyse karst springs – September 15th and 29th 2020
eOde organized a practical training on the installation of passive samplers in karst springs on September 15 and 29, 2020 in Neuchâtel. The training was supported by the Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) and could be integrated into the preparation of the SIPOL CAS as an "external course". A practical manual for the [...]
4th national meeting on polluted sites and soil research – 26-27 November 2019 in Beffroi de Montrouge, portes de Paris
eOde collaborators were at the 4th national research meetings on polluted sites and soils organised by ADEME. Hélène Demougeot-Renard gave a presentation entitled "Geostatistical mapping of sanitary risks for brownfield conversion" and Sonia Tarnawski presented a poster on "An integrative approach for assessing and monitoring the reductive dechlorination of chlorinated ethenes in contaminated aquifers - Treatability [...]
On the 4th of June 2019, eOde was present at the information and online launch evening of the French-Swiss platform JURAD-BAT. Sabine Brocero has collaborated on this project as operational manager for the radon and indoor air quality measurement campaigns in Switzerland.
As part of the Swiss Hydrogeological Society (SSH) days on groundwater quality, eOde was invited to give a presentation on water sampling methods by using passive integrative sensors.