Welcome to the NTAEP home page. Our group is composed of environmental professionals from the greater Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Metroplex. Our group meets during the lunch hour on the third Wednesday of each month except for the summer months of June through August. Our meetings feature a speaker and time for networking. See below for upcoming meetings and go ahead and register if you like! We hope you can join us soon!

 

If you would like to see our exciting upcoming events or view a presentation from a previous meeting, please see our Recent News!  NTAEP also offers a scholarship to students with an environmental science major - find out more here.

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North Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (NTAEP)

Interested in becoming a member of NTAEP?  We would love to have you! Please click below to view our memberships to see which one is right for you.  

 

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NTAEP Monthly Meeting - 3514 W. Airport Freeway, Irving, Texas 75062
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

 

August 17, 2022


















Ingrid Patman of DeepEarth Technologies will be presenting

"Commingled Vinyl Chloride, cis-1,2-DCE, TCE, BTEX, MTBE destruction in-situ in a single scope of work."

 
The remediation of comingled plumes of halogenated organics and hydrocarbons can have a long-lasting lifecycle. It is a process that requires significant and accurate analytical data to assess both the scale of contamination with respect to where the pollutants originated from as well as what they are made of. In this presentation, we will provide education on how to reduce site life cycle through understanding the destruction mechanism of each contaminate and asking specific questions to build a successful application design.

In addition, we will highlight the remediation of MTBE. MTBE is well known in the remediation industry as a slippery eel that is difficult to successfully remediate due to its low reactivity, high solubility, and mobilization in groundwater. Therefore in this session, you will learn the necessary tools to capture MTBE, destroy it to its fundamental, sustainable, and non-toxic by products of carbon dioxide, oxygen, and biodegradable alcohols.

After completing a BS chemistry with graduate research in toxicology at Oklahoma State University, Ingrid Patman dove straight into working as an environmental scientist and chemist with GHD consulting.

After assisting on emergency response, national and local project management teams, Ingrid was asked to assess various in-situ technologies. This is where she discovered DeepEarth’s patented Cool-Ox® technology. After bench testing & pilot demonstrating Cool-Ox®, Ingrid found the chemistry to be superior and innovative amongst the many remediation products and technologies within the remediation industry. Ingrid specializes in remediation design, analytical data analysis, in-situ site technical operations, and in-situ education/research

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