TxChem HE-1000 is a family of non-toxic, biodegradable, non-flammable, water-soluble chemicals and selected nutrients, which can be specially blended for various applications. The base product, widely used for soil remediation, is capable of breaking down hydrocarbon masses into microscopic spheres or droplets upon contact by spraying or mixing. These droplets become tightly suspended in solution and remain stable in the rinse and treated media. Upon application, an immediate change in color of oily soils or pit sludge, as well as the elimination of hydrocarbon odors, can be observed. TxChem HE-1000 functions in both fresh and salt-water environments.

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A single application of the TxChem HE-1000 can achieve results in a fraction of the time and expense normally required for soil excavation, relocation, disposal, incineration, or traditional bioremediation methods. The long-term benefit from using TxChem HE-1000 is that it facilitates biodegradation by natural means.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

HE-1000 OC - In-Situ Bio-Enhancement Product

Eliminates odors produced from landfills, sumps, and storage tanks. Environmentally safe based on U.S. EPA LC-50 for use around sensitive ecosystems. TxChem HE-1000 OC will accelerate the microbial degradation. TxChem HE-1000 OC will suppress odors given off by hydrocarbons in soils, water, and any hydrocarboncontaminated media.

HE-1000 EC - In-Situ Bio-Enhancement Product

Creates food source for indigenous microbes in hydrocarbon-contaminated environments. Environmentally safe based on:EPA 8260 B – volatile compounds, EPA 8270 C – semi-volatile compounds,Texas 1005 TPH – total petroleum hydrocarbons, EPA LC-50 – based on use around sensitive ecosystems, TxChem HE-1000 EC will accelerate the microbial degradation of hydrocarbon waste. TxChem HE-1000 EC will break down hydrocarbons (heavy greases, ...

Company details

Business Type:
Technology

Industry Type:
Soil and Groundwater

Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

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