Ivey International Inc.

CASE STUDY - Surfactant Enchanced HVDPE Remediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soil, Bedrock and Groundwater

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Anionic: Have one or more negatively (-) charged groupings; commonly used in laundry detergent

Cationic: Have one or more positively (+) charged groupings, typically poor detergents but well suited for use as germicides, fabric softeners and emulsifiers.

Amphoteric: Contain both anionic and cationic groupings; prefer neutral pH and found in products such as hair shampoo, skin cleaners and carpet shampoo. 

• Ionic Surfactants make up >99% of the sufactant used around the world

Non-ionic: Have no ionic constituents or groupings; largest single group of SAA and have a correspondingly wide range of chemical characteristics. Ivey-sol® surfactant mictures are non-ionic and have the unique ability to selectively desorb contamination (LNAPL, DNAPL's, PAH, PCB, DCE, TCE, PCE), etc.

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