Mr. Will Moody is an environmental scientist with 15 years of professional experience focusing primarily on in situ remediation technologies to address soil and groundwater contamination. Mr. Moody received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). He began his professional career as an environmental consultant, which was followed by over 10 years of in situ remedial design and field implementation at an international remediation firm. Mr. Moody’s laboratory and field project experience includes the application of a wide range of in situ solutions including chemical oxidants, chemical reductants, and surfactants to address common (e.g., BTEX, chlorinated VOCs, etc.) and emerging contaminants (e.g., 1,4-dioxane and Freon). His experience includes the utilization of zero-valent iron, hydrogen peroxide, sodium/potassium persulfate, sodium/potassium permanganate, and other site-specific reagents in overburden and bedrock systems. In August 2017, Mr. Moody accepted the position of Director of Business Development with Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. to continue to work within the in-situ remediation field with several advanced and novel technologies.
Presentation: Overcoming ISCO Limitations with Ferric Iron Activated Persulfates (2021; Please Request PDF) Presentation: Advancements in ISCO and ISCR Remedial Technologies (Fall 2020; Please Request PDF) Presentation: Advancements in ISCO (Electrokinetic Systems, Potassium Persulfate) and ERD/ISCR (Antimethanogenic Reagents) Remedial Technologies (Spring 2020; Please Request PDF) Presentation: Integrating More Efficient In Situ Technologies to Best Meet RAOs (2019) Presentation: ISCO/ISCR – Advances and Selection Criteria for 2018? Presentation: ISCO/ISCR – How to Decide in 2017?