Date(s) - 09/05/2018
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Matt Ross Community Center
Daniel Pipp will present on high resolution site characterization tools (HRSC) for mapping VOC and SVOC contaminant plumes and determining migration pathways in real time.
Daniel A. Pipp, Chemist, Direct Image Specialist, Geoprobe Systems, Salina KS
Daniel Pipp is a Chemist and Direct Image Specialist for Geoprobe Systems who joined the Direct Image research and development team in 2008. Dan has worked on many development projects involving MIP, HPT and OIP systems and provides technical support as well as Geoprobe’s hands-on technical training for MIP, MIHPT, LL-MIP and OIP systems around the U.S. and internationally. Prior to Geoprobe he spent 13 years with Matrix Environmental as an Environmental Chemist where he worked on a wide variety of environmental sites providing mobile laboratory analysis, direct sensing, remediation and drilling services. He has also spent 2 years as a chemist for Huntington Laboratories in the mid-1990s performing VOC analysis of water and soil samples by EPA methods 8021 and Minnesota 465F. Dan earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in Chemistry and Water Resources.
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