groundwater remediation services Equipment

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Mercer - Mobile Oil Water Separators

by Mercer International Inc.

Mercer has outfitted several Utility and Petrochemical companies with standard compliance master™ units that are mounted on trailers. This flexibility is very useful for rapid deployment in the event of a spill, or for routine cleaning of pits, sumps, manholes, and various tanks. Mercer can provide secondary and polishing filters on the ...

NewmanZone® - Line of Vegetable Oil Emulsion Products

by Remediation and Natural Attenuation Services, Inc.

Newman Zone® (US Patent 6,806,078) combines fast-release slow-release electron donors designed to enhance in-situ bioremediation of chlorinated solvents and other anaerobically degradable contaminants (certain toxic metals, perchlorate, and nitrate).  Fermentation of the vegetable oil may support anaerobic biodegradation for as long as ...

Waterloo Barrier

by C3 Environmental Limited

Waterloo Barrier is a low permeability cut-off wall for groundwater containment and control. It is a new design of steel sheet piling featuring joints that can be sealed after the sheets have been driven into the ground. The product was developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo (UW) and has patent/patent pending status in several ...

EOx™ - Aerobic Bioremediation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons

by EOS Remediation, LLC

EOx™ by EOS Remediation is a calcium-based bioremediation product that provides a controlled oxygen release in contaminated groundwater and saturated soils. The sustained release of oxygen stimulates indigenous bacteria, accelerates bioactivity, and promotes increased contaminant removal. The result is superior 'clean up' that sidesteps the many ...

Waterloo Barrier - Groundwater Containment Wall

by Waterloo Barrier Inc.

The Waterloo Barrieris a groundwater containment wall formed of sealable steel sheet piling developed in 1989 by researchers at the Waterloo Centre for  Groundwater Research, University of Waterloo*. The Barrier incorporates a sealable cavity at the interlocking joint between piles that can be flushed clean, inspected, and then sealed after ...

Hydrogen Release Compound [eXtended] (HRC-X)

by REGENESIS

HRC-X is a controlled release, electron donor material, that when hydrated is specifically designed to produce an extended, 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. HRC-X contains more lactic acid than HRC and is ...

Site Assessments and Remediation

by EFI Global, Inc.

With expertise in due diligence, site assessments and risk management services we provide feasible project solutions from inception to completion for a diverse clientele, including financial institutions, real estate developers, property management firms, attorneys, the manufacturing industry, and healthcare and government sectors.

Groundwater/Hydrogeology

by Golder Associates

Golder has one of the largest groups of water resources and contaminant hydrogeologists in the world; we have been solving the most challenging groundwater problems for over 40 years.   Golder’s hydrogeological services include all aspects of the identification, assessment, design, implementation and management for: Groundwater supply, ...

Groundwater/Hydrogeology

by Golder Associates

Golder has one of the largest groups of water resources and contaminant hydrogeologists in the world; we have been solving the most challenging groundwater problems for over 40 years.   Golder’s hydrogeological services include all aspects of the identification, assessment, design, implementation and management for: Groundwater supply, ...

Cool-Ox - In-Situ (and Ex-Situ) Remediation Technology

by DeepEarth Technologies, Inc

The patented Cool-Ox process is an in-situ (and ex-situ) remediation technology that combines controlled chemical oxidation with accelerated biodegradation subsequent to the oxidation phase. The process is based upon using hydrogen peroxide as the generator of the oxidizing radicals. However, unlike the Fenton or Fenton-like processes that use ...

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