mtbe Services

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Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) Remediation

by Ivey International Inc.     based in Surrey, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

MTBE Ground Water Remediation Using SER Ivey-sol Technology. Ivey International Inc. recently developed SAA technology, which is an integral part of the Ivey-sol process that is capable of increasing the solubility and rate of MTBE recovery from ground water by greater than 740%. With more than 15% of the community drinking water supplies impacted ...

Homeowners - Drinking Water Analyses

by ESS Laboratory - Division of Thielsch Engineering, Inc.     based in Cranston, RHODE ISLAND (USA)

Coliform, Alkalinity, Hardness, Chloride, Fluoride, Iron, Lead, Manganese, Nitrate, Nitrite, pH, Specific Conductance, Sulfate, TDS, Turbidity, VOC (w/MTBE)

Litigation Services

by OAK CREEK, Inc.     based in Buxton, MAINE (USA)

Deposition & Expert Witness Testimony - Exposure to MtBE and Benzene. Dr. Smith developed health protective risk-based remedial goals under Pennsylvania’s ACT 2 Hazardous waste regulations for MtBE and benzene in groundwater. Development of remedial goals considered the aggregate of conservative estimates of compound concentrations in ...

Derivation of Alternative Remedial Goals

by OAK CREEK, Inc.     based in Buxton, MAINE (USA)

Derivation of Risk-Based Remedial Groundwater Concentrations. Groundwater containing Methyl tertiary Butyl Ether (MtBE) and benzene migrated from its release point, a service station, beneath a residential neighborhood into a storm water pipe whose outfall entered a 300-foot long swale discharging to a small stream. Dr. Smith derived risk-based ...

Aerobic Microcosm Testing

by Bioremediation Consulting, Incorporated     based in Watertown, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Aerobic microcosm tests are carried out to determine the potential for co-metabolic and non-cometabolic oxidation of solvents and petroleum: co-metabolic oxidation of TCE, DCE, VC, chloroethane, mono-chlorobenzene, co-metabolic oxidation of low concentrations of VC (e.g. 2 ug/L) using aerobic ethenotrophic bacateria, aerobic degradation of tri, ...

Advanced Oxidation

by Envirogen Technologies Inc.     based in Kingwood, TEXAS (USA)

Envirogen offers an NSF 61-certified photocatalytic membrane system to treat a broad range of organic contaminants in groundwater, including 1,4-dioxane, MTBE, endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) and pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs). This chemical-free advanced oxidation process (AOP) technology is combined with long-life UV ...

Compound Specific Isotope Analysis

by Microseeps Inc.     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

CSIA is an evolving technique which is used to more definitively characterize processes in groundwater which degrade contaminants of concern such as BTEX, MTBE and CVOC's. The data that is generated by CSIA can be used to unambiguously determine that biodegradation of these contaminants is occurring, may be able to identify the process of ...

Water and Wastewater Services

by BIUTEC Biotechnology and Environmental Engineering R & D Ltd     based in Vienna, AUSTRIA

One of the core competences of BIUTEC is sampling and analysis of the water quality from: groundwater, surface water, drinking and mineral water, pond and bathing water. As well as the associated logistics. The analyses include all the water parameters and potential harmful substances as: heavy metals, alkali and alkaline earth metals, AOX, BTEX, ...

Groundwater Remediation And Treatment

by McVac Environmental, Inc.     based in New Haven, CONNECTICUT (USA)

McVac's groundwater treatment systems have proved to be efficient and effective on a wide variety of projects. Our ground water treatment systems have been placed on projects ranging from general construction; dot highway and bridge repair to utility excavations and drilling projects. Our treatment systems are designed to common contaminants such ...

Investigation and Remediation of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater

by Risk-Based Decisions, Inc.     based in Sacramento, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Over the past 15 years, RBDI has successfully obtained No Further Action letters from regulatory agencies on 23 chlorinated solvent sites and an additional 42 sites impacted by MTBE/gasoline, pesticides, PCBs, dioxins, or metals.   Among these was closure of a Superfund site impacted by chlorinated solvents, where our client was released ...

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