aquifer heating Equipment

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Combination of In Situ Thermal Desoption or Electrical Resistance Heating and Steam Enhanced Extraction

by TerraTherm, Inc.     based in Gardner, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Combining In Situ Thermal Remediation technologies provides an optimal solution for many sites. Steam Enhanced Extraction (SEE) may be combined with either the Electro-Thermal Dynamic Stripping Process (ET-DSP™), or with In Situ Thermal Desorption (ISTD). Together these combinations comprise a glove-fit design for sites with complex geologies ...

Open Loop Ground Source Heat Pumps

by Innasol Ltd.     based in Essex, UNITED KINGDOM

Open-loop systems, for example, exchange heat with subsurface water (groundwater) and require the presence of water-bearing rocks (aquifer) within a suitable distance from the surface.

Heating and CO2 System

by AVAG     based in Poeldijk, NETHERLANDS

The heating unit, one of the main components of a glasshouse, is usually a hot water boiler. The heating unit provides the desired growing temperature for crops under production to achieve the highest quality. A good alternative to the boiler is a combined heat and power unit if extra electricity is required. Usually, a CO2 dispenser is directly ...

Blowdown Boiler

by Cenovus Energy Inc.     based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Cenovus’s patented blowdown boiler technology enables us to reuse a greater percentage of the water we use to generate steam at our oil sands operations. In our SAGD operations, salty, undrinkable water from deep aquifers is treated then heated to create steam, which is injected underground to soften the oil so it can flow enough to be ...

N-Blend/DBB

by Geovation Engineering, P.C.     based in Florida, NEW YORK (USA)

Denitrification-based bioremediation (DBB) is a unique approach to bioremediation that uses nitrates as both electron acceptors and sources of nutrient nitrogen to promote anaerobic biodegradation and oxidation processes in soils, aquifer media and ground water contaminated with gasoline, diesel fuel, home-heating oil and other relatively low ...

Hydrogen Release Compound (HRC)

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

HRC is a controlled release, electron donor material, that when hydrated is specifically designed to produce a controlled release of lactic acid. The newly available lactic acid is critical for the production of hydrogen to fuel anaerobic biodegradation processes in soil and groundwater.

BIO-H2-GEN - Climate & Fresh Water Loss

by BIO-H2-GEN Inc. Research & Development     based in ONTARIO (CANADA)

Fresh Water is a Finite Resource; it must be managed well. Everybody needs and uses fresh water. Of all the water you can think of, including the oceans, only 2 ½ % is FRESH WATER. That is ALL the world has and over 65% is locked up in the polar ice caps. If they melt into the oceans then that “fresh water” is gone!.

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