aquifer heating Equipment

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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 ...

RegenOx - In-Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO)

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

RegenOx is an advanced chemical oxidation technology that destroys contaminants through powerful, yet controlled chemical reactions and not through biological means. This product maximizes in situ performance while using a solid alkaline oxidant that employs a sodium percarbonate complex with a multi-part catalytic formula. RegenOx directly ...

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.

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 ...

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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