Reflections from ALGA symposium
CAPIM recently partnered with the Australasian Land & Groundwater Association (ALGA) to host the Groundwater Fate & Transport Symposium at the University of Melbourne.
This symposium offered the latest thinking, developments, and applications for improving performance of contaminant behaviour in the environment. Presentations ranged from innovative ideas on displaying and communicating data to theories, techniques and programs to assess and model contaminant fate and transport.
Access the recordings – the Symposium is available on-demand to purchase.
ALGA has a broad base of members, including landowners, property developers, industry, consultants, scientists, contractors, regulatory agency staff, government, the legal profession, laboratory staff, researchers and academics. ALGA’s mission is to promote the protection, restoration and management of land and groundwater for the benefit of human health and the broader environment across Australasia.
The Association builds and supports leadership in the sustainable management of contaminated land and groundwater, supporting advances in the prevention, assessment and remediation of contaminated land and groundwater.