BTEX in water Articles

  • Bioaugmentation by horizontal injection to remediate petroleum in tight soils

    In situ remediation is a contact sport, requiring contact between the microbes and contamination. Clay-rich soils are particularly challenging as the low permeability limits effective distribution of inoculants. While numerous closely-spaced injection points can improve the distribution of inoculants, this approach is usually not possible at active properties. Horizontal drilling was used on the ...


    By CL Solutions, LLC

  • Enhanced Bioremediation Amendments with IXPER® case study

    1. Use of an oleophilic nutrient in combination with IXPER 75C, a chemical oxyen source resulted in subsurface hydrocarbon reduction at this site. 2. The multiple slurry applications did not impact the downgradient stream from either the hydro carbon or slurry constituent residuals. 3. A rule of thumb approach provided sufficient support to the indigenous microorganisms to enhance the rate of ...


    By Solvay

  • Environmental Analysis of BTEX Compounds in Soil, Water and Sludge by GC / PID

    Because of the widespread use and history of indiscriminate disposal practices of gasoline and fuel oils, their analysis in environmental samples is in high demand. Gasoline and diesel are both complex mixtures containing up to 400 individual compounds. The BTEX group (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and the Xylenes) are naturally occurring constituents of gasoline and diesel (although also ...


    By Buck Scientific Inc

  • Real Tech Inc Brochure

    For over a decade, Real Tech has been providing innovative water quality monitoring solutions. We have combined our advanced sensors with our Liquid Ai data analytics services to offer unmatched accuracy, reliability and detection capabilities for a wide array of parameters and compounds including BOD, COD, TOC, DOC, UV254, UVT, TSS, Nitrate, Nitrite, Algae, Permanganate, Chromium, Colour, ...


    By Real Tech Inc.

  • Monitor BTEX Compounds and Fuels in Water, Using Solid Phase Microextraction and Capillary GC

    BTEX compounds, kerosene, diesel fuel, or gasoline in water or aqueous suspensions of soil can be monitored by solid phase microextraction (SPME) and capillary GC on a short, narrow bore column (15mx 0.20mm ID).   A sample can be extracted and analyzed in less than 40 minutes.   Because no solvent is required, sensitive detection id scharacteristic of SPME/GC analyses.   ...


    By MilliporeSigma

  • An experimental investigation of thermal methods for In-Situ remediation of MTBE-impacted groundwater

    Presentation Outline Review of MTBE Experiment Objectives Experimental Procedure Experimental Results Implementation of Soil Heating in the Field Conclusions. Properties of MTBE MTBE has a high solubility in water. It is ~ 24 times more soluble in water than Benzene (43,000 to 50,000 ...


    By McMillan-McGee Corp.

  • Study of Natural Bioremediation Projects Using Time-Release Oxygen Compounds.

    ABSTRACT: Enhanced natural bioremediation studies are being conducted on a series of sites throughout the midwest United States. Each site exhibits a unique geologic condition, contaminant concentration, enhancement application, and remediation goal. Based on a review of 14 sites, the usage and effectiveness of enhanced bioremediation has been categorized to provide general guidelines for ...


    By Regenesis

  • Results from the latest MPPE Field Trails at NAM and Total installations

    Abstract Within the framework of the Oslo Paris Convention (OSPAR) for the protection of the marine environment of the North East Atlantic, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (DEPA) was canying out a Project Plan Setting performance standards for aromatic hydrocarbons in produced water'. As part of this plan Akzo Nobel MPP Systems was requested by DEPA to test and evaluate the MPPE ...

  • Raw water intake monitoring - Case Study

    The Situation Hydrocarbons in municipal water supplies, including fresh water and desalination systems, are commonly limited to less than 1 part per million. Surface water from rivers, lakes, or the sea with marine traffic, nearby pipelines, or regular flooding can be contaminated by hydrocarbons. Freshwater treatment systems can be damaged by hydrocarbons or allow them to pass through ...

  • Accelerated Bioremediation as an Alternative to Conventional Remedial Technologies.

    ABSTRACT: Application of bioremediation as an alternative technology to expedite soil and ground-water remediation has been effective in reducing the concentration of hydrocarbons at an affordable cost. Bioremediation processes can be achieved by the addition of biological organisms into the soil and ground water which are contaminated and are microorganism deficient. The microorganism's ...


    By Regenesis

  • Falconi Tropicana Honda, NV Case Study

    Falconi Tropicana Honda, NV PulseOx®CASE STUDY Falconi Tropicana Honda Environmental Remediation BTEX + MTBE Remediation PulseOx Case Study Summary – MTBE Remediation Broadbent & Associates, Inc. (Broadbent) selected APTwater’s PulseOx® AOP technology for the remediation of gasoline release at a former car dealership in ...


    By APTwater LLC

  • Shining a light on sulphate reducing bacteria - Case Study

    Chemical free UV disinfection for both seawater and produced water re-injection is a highly effective method to prevent SRB growth. Paul Hennessey, Oil & Gas Business Manager at atg UV Technology discusses with Process and Control the benefits of UV disinfection for both seawater and produced water for re-injection. As ...


    By atg UV Technology

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