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Hazardous waste treatment solutions for site remediation
The contamination of soils as a result of prior chemical production can often be unpredictable and diverse. The majority of such pollutants will require an ex-situ treatment method. Many of our VacuDry units can be used for direct-feeding contaminated soils. To reduce the input amount for thermal ...
By econ industries services GmbH based in Starnberg, GERMANY.
Water treatment solutions for potable water supply
Water is the most valuable resource on earth...…and it should be treated as such. ProMinent specialises in reliable solutions for water treatment and disinfection that effectively eliminate bacteria, viruses and harmful ...
By ProMinent GmbH based in Heidelberg, GERMANY.
Oxygen for Waste and Water Reduction
Oxygen is used in a variety of technologies to reduce the amount of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes to both improve environmental quality and to provide a renewable higher-value syngas energy source. By lessening the quantity of nitrogen used in processes such as plasma gasification, output product gases are of a higher quality, thereby achieving meaningful economic recovery of environmentally friendly byproduct gases and ...
By Adsorptech based in Middlesex, NEW JERSEY (USA).
Influent Phosphate Monitoring
the primary treatment. In-Situ ChemScan mini analyzers with large, anti-clogging sample lines, a rugged manifold design and a self-cleaning pump to eliminate fouling provide a reliable, low-maintenance phosphate monitoring ...
By In-Situ Process based in Fort Collins, COLORADO (USA).
Recycled Glass for On-site Wastewater Sand Filters
Issue: Sand filters are a common adjunct to conventional on-site septic treatment systems. When thedrain field for a septic treatment system does not meet percolation standards, a sand filter creates an areawith the correct permeability for effluent from the septic treatment system. Sand filters are part of a ...
By Glass Aggregate Systems based in Faribault, MINNESOTA (USA).
ISTD: The Haemers Technologies Proposition for Real Estate Companies
ISTD (In Situ Thermal Desorption) = no excavation needed. It often occurs that real estate companies are confronted with contaminated soil in a property, creating a legal and financial problem for transfer of ...
By Haemers Technologies SA based in Brussels, BELGIUM.
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