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Learn why All Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) Remediation Products are not the same

by Tersus Environmental, LLC  (Jun. 23, 2015)

The MAJOR DIFFERENCE between Emulsified Zero-Valent Iron (eZVI) and other ZVI products is the physical structure of the eZVI product, which is a water-in-oil emulsion (see below images). This structure makes the eZVI product hydrophobic, and therefore it is fully miscible with source material in situ. The water contained in the interior of ...

Hazardous waste and not, Baioni-Dicatech system

by Baioni Crushing Plants Spa  (Aug. 4, 2015)

The identification, characterization and restoration of contaminated areas now represent a big environmental issue, both at European and national level. In the major industrialized countries the issue of contaminated land has come out in all its gravity in the late seventies when, against a widespread awakening of environmental consciousness, ...

Presumptive Remedies

by Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable  (Jan. 1, 1997)

A presumptive remedy is a technology that EPA believes, based upon its past experience, generally will be the most appropriate remedy for a specified type of site. EPA is establishing presumptive remedies to accelerate site-specific analysis of remedies by focusing the feasibility study efforts. EPA expects that a presumptive remedy, when ...

Groundwater Remediation

by IWA Publishing  (Jul. 23, 2011)

Groundwater remediation or clean-up is required when concentrations of contaminants exceed or are expected to exceed predetermined levels for the type of resource that is impacted (Grossman et.al., 2008). For example, lead levels in drinking water should not exceed the EPA action level of 0.015 mg/L. What caused the high levels of lead? How can ...

All Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) Remediation Products ARE NOT THE SAME

by Tersus Environmental, LLC  (May 13, 2013)

All Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) remediation products ARE NOT THE SAME. The MAJOR DIFFERENCE between Emulsified Zero-Valent Iron (eZVI) and other ZVI products is the physical structure of the eZVI product, which is a water-in-oil emulsion. This structure makes the eZVI product hydrophobic, and therefore it is fully miscible with source material in situ. ...

A novel approach to remediating contaminated groundwater by reusing industrial co-products

by Inderscience Publishers  (May 10, 2007)

This paper presents a novel approach to remediating contaminated groundwater by utilising industrial co-products. The materials discussed include paper clay and steel slag, and the primary water contamination considered is heavy metal contamination. Paper clay was determined to have the potential for adsorbing heavy metals, and in compacted form ...

Remediation contracting, Northern England

by Remediation Strategies Ltd.  (Aug. 23, 2011)

Project Remediation Strategies were requested to attend a redevelopment site in North-West England to supervise excavation works in an area of known hydrocarbon contamination and to assist the developer in the short term recovery of hydrocarbons. Workscope A Response Team was mobilised to site with a mobile oil-water separator, pumps, pipework ...

Composting Site Remediation Success

by BioCycle Magazine  (May 1, 2007)

Dorchester County, Maryland agreed to a remediation plan that involved composting the 140,000 tons of unprocessed feedstocks stored on site. An aggressive strategy has ...

The power of precise remediation

by Remediation Products Incorporated (RPI)  (May 30, 2012)

Design matters in in-situ remediation. Just ask Resource Geoscience, Inc. (RGI), a Remediation Products, Inc. BOS 200 approved installer and certified Trap and Treat Consultant. They recently demonstrated that when paired with proper injection design and precise application, BOS 200 can get the job done where others fail. The site:  ...

Risk 101 & Remediation Design

by ARCADIS  (Jan. 1, 2006)

Risk Assessment is the basis for almost all of our designs. Perceived risk is the basis for the rest of the designs. A good remediation design must incorporate the concentration goals for that site and the designer must know how those goals were set. In order to know how those goals were set, we all must have a basic understanding of Risk ...

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