USTDA Underground Water Training

Based on the United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) Technical Assistance and Pilot Project Groundwater Investigation Program, UCEEF supports US underground water technology companies by providing underground water training and education videos.

These videos show the serious consequences of contamination of groundwater caused by the lack of sewage treatment.

At the same time, the training videos draw on the processes and cases of groundwater pollution control in the United States to establish confidence in groundwater treatment.

Jeff Pilot at USTDA Project Groundwater Investigation Program in Beijing, China

ITRC TrainingProfessional Environmental Training

In 2018 and 2019, UCEEF brought Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC) state regulators to China to host training sessions on Vapor Intrusion(2018) and LNAPL training (2019). ITRC is a public-private coalition working to reduce barriers to the use of innovative air, water, waste, and remediation environmental technologies and processes.

Overall, over 1000+ professional participants attended these training.

UCEEF also hosted round table meetings with the Chinese research academy of environmental science, Beijing Environmental research academy and Tsinghua University. In-depth exchange of views on environmental policy research between China and the United States took place.

UCEEF invited ITRC mentors to participate and make speeches at the China Sustainable Environmental Remediation Conference in Beijing, China in May 2019


UCEEF hosted and worked with the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) for environmental-related technical training with the topic of dense Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL). In 2019, two training sessions has been hosted, one in Beijing on June 12th and the other in Zhengzhou on June 17th. The combined total attendance of the two  trainings totaled 240. Prior to the two trainings in China, BRISEA hosted 3 online pre-seminars via WeChat that attracted an impressive total of 558 attendees.

UCEEF invited Mike Driver, Vice President of BRISEA to give the opening speech at the ITRC Vapor Intrusion Training Conference in June 2019