The Remediation Technology Summit

March 7 - 9, 2017

Colorado Convention Center
Denver, CO

brockSamuel L. Brock, DVM, MPH
Subject Matter Expert, Toxicology Risk &
United States Air Force

Dr. Samuel L Brock is the Air Force Subject Matter Expert for environmental risk assessment and toxicology. In this capacity, Dr. Brock is responsible for providing technical consultation to the field, determining functional requirements for risk reduction, authoring articles and technical reports and assisting in developing educational and training programs. He has represented the Air Force on working groups developing National and DOD guidance on remediation risk management, remediation of complex groundwater sites, vapor intrusion and bioavailability of contaminants in soil and sediments. Dr. Brock participated in development of guidance for determining requirements for small arms firing ranges. Dr. Brock currently provides technical leadership on a number of Environmental Security Technology Certification Program projects developing electronic sensors for vapor measurement in air, passive soil vapor sampling devices and biological treatment of N-Nitrosodimethylamine. He serves as a subject matter expert to DoD Materials of Emerging Regulatory Interest (MERIT) working groups and Military Family Housing Privatization Initiative activities addressing pesticides in soil. He developed a new approach to treat chlorinated pesticides using biological materials to destroy highly persistent contaminants in place. Dr. Brock is responsible for developing Air Force criteria and implementing guidance for a wide range of technical implementation, interpretation and problem resolution concerning environmental risk assessment with focus on remediation risk management and long term management of difficult sites.


WORKSHOP PLATFORM PRESENTER - ITRC WORKSHOP: Remediation Management of Complex Sites

The proper identification and management of complex sites has long vexed industry and many oversight agencies. Complex sites unique attributes often require substantial human and financial resources to address. Conceptual site models that fail to recognize key complexity attributes can result in site objectives that cannot be achieved in a reasonable timeframe. ITRC's draft Remediation Management of Complex Sites guidance provides insights and recommendations to identify a complex site and develop site objectives that will be both protective and achievable.