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Kendrick Jaglal contributes to Water Environment Research Journal

Kendrick Jaglal, PE, an expert in sediment management at OBG, has authored the latest Annual Literature Review for Contaminated Aquatic Sediments recently published in the Water Environment Research Journal.

"Contaminated Aquatic Sediments" presents a review of literature published in 2015 related to the assessment, evaluation, and remediation of contaminated aquatic sediments. It features seven main sections, including policy and guidance, methodology, distribution, fate and transport, risk, toxicity, and remediation. As a recognized expert on contaminated aquatic sediments, Kendrick has been authoring this annual literature review for the Water Environment Research Journal since 2007.

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About Kendrick Jaglal, PE: Kendrick leads OBG’s sediment management program. He has more than 26 years of professional engineering experience focused on developing and implementing strategic solutions for contaminated aquatic sediment sites, especially in the areas of site investigation, remedy selection, remedial design and construction oversight. Kendrick has experience in multiple U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regions and has been involved in a number of the most complex sediment sites in the nation. Extensively published in his field, Kendrick also serves as a lead author on the ASTM Task Group that is developing a Standard Guide for Sediment Corrective Action. Kendrick provided final technical review of the Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council’s (ITRC) 2014 Sediment Remediation Guidance and provides internet based training on this document.


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Contaminated Aquatic Sediments

This paper published by Kendrick Jaglal, PE in the Water Environment Research Journal presents a review of literature published in 2015 related to the assessment, evaluation, and remediation of contaminated aquatic sediments.

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Contaminated Aquatic Sediments

This paper published by Kendrick Jaglal, PE in the Water Environment Research Journal presents a review of literature published in 2015 related to the assessment, evaluation, and remediation of contaminated aquatic sediments.

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