passive remediation Equipment

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Skimmers Passive SOS and SPG Skimmers and In-Well Genie Pump

by Geotech     based in Leamington Spa, UNITED KINGDOM

Skimmers have been designed for product recovery applications in sites where active pumping systems are not applicable due to existing conditions or extreme low permeable formations. When used in conjunction with either a surface mounted or in-well Genie pump, the passive skimmer becomes an active automatic recovery system.

Groundwater Control Treatment Services

by Remedial Construction Services, L.P. (RECON)     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

RECON is an internationally recognized slurry trench contractor, having installed over 11,000,000 square feet of slurry trench. Company-owned and customized equipment gives us the capability of excavating 100-feet deep trenches with hydraulic excavators, and over 100-feet with hydraulic clams. Specialized equipment including long-reach excavators, ...

Supersaturated Water Injection (SWI)

by Tersus Environmental, LLC     based in Cheyenne, WYOMING (USA)

Passive Gas infusion is a patented technology that efficiently dissolves high concentrations of CO2 into water at elevated pressures. Supersaturated Water Injection (SWI) is an effective technology for NAPL recovery. CO2 supersaturated water injected into the subsurface results in the nucleation of CO2 bubbles at and away from the injection point. ...

Funnel-and-Gate System

by C3 Environmental Limited     based in Breslau, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Using Funnel-and-Gate technology, C3 Environmental Limited has installed in situ, passive or semi-passive remediation systems for contaminated groundwater. Materials such as EnviroMetal Technologies Incorporated's granular iron formulation have been used for treatment of dissolved halogenated organic chemicals. Such materials can be installed in ...

PRB technology - permeable reactive barriers

by Geosierra Environmental, Inc.     based in Norcross, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Zero valent iron placed in the groundwater has been known to abiotic degrade a wide range of chlorinated compounds into non-toxic end products. Also, numerous heavy metals are immobilized and removed from the groundwater by the iron. The first iron reactive treatment wall was constructed in 1991 as a field trial, followed by two in early '95, and ...

Ferox - Emplacement Technology

by ARS Technologies Inc.     based in New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Ferox emplacement technology is a patented, in situ remediation technology developed by ARS which combines a proprietary injection process with the use of a high reactivity Zero-Valent Iron powder. With successful implementations at numerous facilities across North America and Western Europe, we have abundant experience using this technology in ...

Pump on Demand (POD)

by Cornelsen Umwelttechnologie GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

A remediation pump for sites with limited access to compressed air and/or power. This pump is ideally suited for sites with limited access to compressed air and/or power.  It successfully blends the benefits of a skimmer system with the “Pump on Demand” benefits of a top filling total fluids pump.

HYDRA - Bio CO Buster Powder

by Hydra International Ltd     based in Milton Keynes, UNITED KINGDOM

Bio CO Buster is a synergistic blend of bacteria specifically chosen for their accelerated ability to metabolise heavy, tarry types of hydrocarbons. Bio CO Buster is a highly effective microbial remediation for crude oil, oils, fuels, diesel, hydraulic fluid and all varieties of aromatic compounds and organic solvents. Is ideal for emergencies and ...

Substrate Release Composition (SRC)

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

Source-area bioremediation for chlorinated solvents is complicated by the complex migration of DNAPLs and the high proportion of sorbed-phase contaminant mass in the aquifer media compared to the relatively minor CVOC mass in ground water. Desorption of aquifer bound CVOCs is typically the rate-limiting factor for source-area remediation, such ...

HRC-X - Hydrogen Release Compound [eXtended]

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

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 ...

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