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VOC contaminated soil Applications

  • Air monitoring equipments for soil contamination monitoring

    Previous land uses or accidental spills can result in Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) contamination of soils. Volatile and semi-volatile compounds can then permeate through the soil and may persist for several years. This contamination can be traced and measured using our Soil Probes in conjunction with our VOC sorbent tubes. Soil probes are also useful in checking the effectiveness of remediation actions. This monitoring technique provides a cost-effective identification of hazardous gases.

    By Gradko International Ltd based in Winchester, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Solutions for the vapor suppression

    BioSolve Pinkwater is used at major remediation and construction work-sites where excavation of contaminated soils may release noxious organic odors or hazardous VOCs. The dilute solution is sprayed directly onto newly exposed soil surfaces or stockpiles of contaminated material where volatilization is taking place. Used as an alternative to foam, Pinkwater creates a barrier that keeps vapors in the soil, allowing work to continue safely without disruption to workers or neighbors.

    By The BioSolve Company based in Lexington, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • Bioremediation solutions for vapor suppression

    Use iSorb at major remediation and construction sites where excavation of contaminated soil or draining of ponds can release unpleasant odors or hazardous VOCs. Spraying a thin-viscosity MioGel onto newly exposed soil or stockpiles of contaminated material keeps vapors in, provides a safe environment for workers, and protects the public from toxic fumes.

    By Beyond Environmental based in Geneva, ILLINOIS (USA).

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