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CRC CARE provides short courses and workshops for industry professionals to build their knowledge of new technologies in contamination assessment, prevention and remediation. Often in collaboration with other peak bodies in the Environmental Remediation industry, CRC CARE training courses are designed to meet industry needs for information, provide an enhanced skill base in Australia and increase public awareness of enviro-technologies and applications.

Current training opportunities (those offered by CRC CARE as well as some hosted by CRC CARE Participants) are listed below. For more information, contact us at aric@crccare.com.

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Location:
https://crccare.thinkific.com/
Category:
Events, Training
About:
This online course covers the science of natural source zone depletion (NSZD) of light non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPLs), including measurement techniques/methodologies and options for incorporating NSZD into LNAPL conceptual site model development and site management strategy. It draws on CRC CARE Technical Reports 44, 46 and 47.
RemTec 2021
Date:
09 March 2021
Location:
Online
Category:
Events, Conferences
About:
The 2021 RemTEC Summit delivers a unique online platform focused on advancing the environmental science and remediation industry. Join the summit for access to essential sources of information on technology, application and policy underpinning the restoration of contaminated sites. Presenters include some of the world's leading experts from the academic, regulatory and environmental consulting communities.
Microplastics on finger
Date:
24 March 2021
Location:
Online
Category:
Events, Conferences
About:
This 2-day online symposium will focus on the latest developments in the detection, fate and transport, risk assessment, clean-up, and regulation of emerging contaminants. It will bring together world-renowned experts and leaders from academia, government, the regulatory community, site owners, private consulting agencies, and other environmental sectors.