Sep. 28, 2010
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Gas inFusion technologies developed by inVentures include passive and active systems for transferring dissolved gasses to groundwater, surface water, and wastewater. The iSOC/HiSOC systems are employed in passive treatment wells for delivering oxygen, hydrogen, and cometabolic gas substrates to aid in bioremediation. In comparison, inFusion gPRO systems are used for the same applications, but where high mass delivery of gas and more substrate is required to meet remedial objectives that call for faster time frames. Hydrogen gas inFusion applications work well in combination with EOS and can be used to provide supplemental hydrogen electron donor to recirculation water, and precondition waters used for bioaugmentation cultures such as BAC-9™. inFusion gPRO systems can also be used to produce hydrogen enriched chase water.
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Speaker: James F. Begley, LSP, has 20 plus years of professional experience in the field of environmental science and engineering focused on hazardous waste site assessment and remediation in the United States and internationally, and is a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) in Massachusetts. Jim’s experience has included the management of complex environmental remediation projects for government and industry, remedial technology development and demonstration, risk assessment, and the evaluation of remedial options. Jim has also worked as an environmental regulator for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in areas such as waste site cleanup project management, negotiation, technical support for legal/enforcement cases, and public involvement activities.