TIGG Activated Carbon Box Adsorbers Contain VOCs at MGP Site

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Tasked with the excavation, removal and solidification of soil containing coal-tar by-products generated by a former manufactured gas plant in New York, an experienced environmental remediation firm decided to use a method that proved successful in previous projects.

TIGG activated carbon box adsorbers were used to contain VOCs at the former MGP site undergoing environmental remediation. By erecting a large fabric structure to enclose the area where contaminated soil is being excavated, the remediation contractor increased public safety, preventing harmful vapors and organic contaminants in the soil from escaping into the air. To capture and cleanse air-borne contaminants released during digging, this remediation enclosure structure will make use of activated carbon adsorber systems that act as air purifiers.


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  1. Anthony Mazzoni
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    Anyone interested in finding out how TIGG can help them solve their environmental remediation equipment issues can visit www.TIGG.com or call 800-925-0011.

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