In this project, BOS 100® rapidly eradicated CT contamination of groundwater.
- Remediation Products Incorporated (RPI)
- BOS 100 case study - carbon tetrachloride contamination
Surveying for 600-Meter-Deep Groundwater in Kenya - Case Study
The importance of groundwater can’t be overstated. It’s crucial for life across the globe, and, in the developing world, access to groundwater is at a premium. However, with resistivity imaging groundwater exploration techniques, even when you’re in one of the driest locations on Earth, deep groundwater is possible to locate. In 2006, our client, the Engineers Brigade of the Ministry of Defence in Thika, Kenya, used AGI tools and software to locate groundwater at 600 meters deep. While the...
Groundwater Exploration in South Sudan - Case Study
Purpose The Radler Foundation, Water Harvest International, and East African Ministries are humanitarian organizations working to bring water wells to villages in rural areas of Africa. In February 2015, they wanted better information about where to drill a well in the Yeri Mozo Village in South Sudan in order to provide access to safe and clean water—and improve the quality of life—for local villagers. Process Selecting groundwater sites and performing groundwater exploration are far easier tasks...
Locating Groundwater Wells for Fracking Operations in West Texas - Case Study
In June 2014, our clients used AGI resistivity imaging tools to successfully locate a 125-gallon-per-minute groundwater well in West Texas as well as geohazards that could, if left unlocated, cause significant damage to property and increase costs. Process Our clients used the SuperSting R8 Wi-Fi with a SwitchBox 112, passive cables spaced at six meters apart, and a dipole-dipole and strong gradient array. To model the data, they enlisted the help of the EarthImager 2D with a finite element inversion model....
Case study - Successful remediation of MTBE-impacted groundwater using in situ
Description Initially an SVE/bioventing system was operated for 16 months, removing over 20,800 pounds of gasoline, leaving groundwater concentrations of TPHg and benzene of 60 and 0.37 ppb, respectively. The highest MTBE concentration in September 2001 was 5,400 ppb at a monitoring well just downgradient of the former USTs, with a total estimated area above 500 ppb of over 12,000 square feet. Approximately 5.5 million gallons of groundwater were impacted. A KTI (formerly KVA) C-Sparge™ in situ chemical...
A GIS-based Modified DRASTIC (ANP) method for assessment of groundwater vulnerability: a case study ...
Quality of groundwater is as important as quantity. For effective planning and management of groundwater resources, groundwater vulnerability assessment is most significant. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the groundwater vulnerable zones of Nagpur city, using Modified DRASTIC methods within a Geographical Information System (GIS) environment. DRASTIC method has been modified using land use/land cover parameter; weight of the parameters was modified using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and...