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  • TSI DC Bioaugmentation CultureTM

    1035 Philadelphia Pike Suite E Wilmington Delaware 19809 302-798-9553 Fax 302-798-9554 www.terrasystems.net TSI DC Bioaugmentation CultureTM TSI DC Bioaugmentation CultureTM is an enriched natural bacteria culture that contains Dehalococcoides species for bioaugmentation. This culture dechlorinates tetrachloroethene (PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE) to the non-toxic product ethene. The ...

  • EOS Remediation Bioaugmentation Cultures - Brochure

        Bioaugmentation Cultures FAMILY OVERVIEW EOS Remediation, LLC is a global leader for in situ bioremediation products and support. We offer a variety of products to meet client needs including a low-cost way to optimize and increase microbial activity by providing bioaugmentation cultures which can be injected directly into an aquifer or applied to onsite bioreactors. BAC-9 is a microbial ...

  • EOS - Model BAC-9 - Bioaugmentation Cultures - Datasheet

    PRODUCT INFORMATION SHEET Bioaugmentation Cultures & Media Description EOS Remediation introduces BAC-9 - an enriched bioaugmentation culture capable of degrading chlorinated solvents to innocuous compounds efficiently via halorespiration. Types of Application ? Direct injection for in situ treatment of chlorinated ethenes ? Inoculation of on-site bioreactors Application Results ? ...

  • KB-1® Sheet

    KB-1® is a naturally occurring, non-pathogenic microbial culture that contains Dehalococcoides (Dhc), the only group of microorganisms documented to promote the complete dechlorination of chlorinated ethenes to non-toxic ethene. Although Dhc are found in the environment, research indicates these microorganisms are not ubiquitous and not all Dhc are capable of complete dechlorination of ...

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  • KB-1® Plus Sheet

    www.siremlab.comContact SiREM for a quotation or more information on our line of leading bioagumentation productsSiREM | 130 Research Lane, Suite 2 | Guelph, Ontario, N1G 5G3 | Phone: 1-866-251-1747Bioaugmentation CultureReferences: Grostern, A. and E. A. Edwards. 2006. Growth of Dehalobacter and Dehalococcoides spp. during Degradation of Chlorinated Ethanes. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72: ...

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  • EOS Remediation Family of Products - Brochure

    EOS Remediation FAMILY OF PRODUCTS EOS Remediation, LLC is a global leader for in situ remediation products and support. We provide personal and reliable service, cost-effective products and proven results. Our diverse family of products, driven by extensive research and development, are available to meet a variety of project needs. Family Product Description Emulsified Oils Emulsified ...

  • EM - Bacterial Treatment at Sewage Pumping Station (SPS) Brochure

          Benefits of Bacterial Treatment at Sewage Pumping Station (SPS)   1. Why bacterial treatment is required in the Sewage Pumping Station?  ? When the ex-situ bacteria are being added  into the system, the bacteria reverses the process of putrefaction and therefore reduces the amount of H2S production. H2S when reacts with moisture produces H2SO4, which is highly  corrosive  and hence  ...

  • SRS - Model FRL - Large Droplet Emulsified Vegetable Oil (EVO) Substrate

    130 Hickman Road – Suite 1 – Claymont – Delaware – 19703 For More Information Call Michael Free at 302-798-9553 or Email: mfree@terrasystems.net 60% SRS®-FRL Large Droplet Emulsified Vegetable Oil(EVO) Substrate for Maximum Retention United States Patent# RE40,448 The anaerobic bioremediation process uses native or introduced microorganisms (Dehalococcoides) to degrade chlorinated solvents such ...

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    OSE II the best of the 3 main types of bioremediation

    P.O. Box 515429Dallas, Texas 75075Ph: (972) 669-3390Fax: (469) 241-0896Email: oseicorp@msn.comWeb: www.osei.us The Three Main Types of Bioremediation and their Modes of Action“Several factors influence the success of bioremediation, themost important being the type of bacteria present at the site,the physical and chemical characteristics of the oil, and theoil surface ...

  • Abstracts of Remediation Brochure

    Abstracts of RemediationCase StudiesVolume 11FederalRemediationTechnologiesRoundtablewww.frtr.govPrepared by theMember Agencies of theFederal Remediation Technologies RoundtableAbstracts of RemediationCase StudiesVolume 11Prepared by Member Agencies of the Federal Remediation Technologies RoundtableEnvironmental Protection AgencyDepartment of DefenseU.S. Air ForceU.S. ArmyU.S. NavyDepartment of ...

  • REGENESIS Remediation Technologies Catalog 2014

    GroundwaterBioaugmentationSOILCHLORINATED SOLVENTSPetroleum HydrocarbonsENHANCED DESORPTIONENHANCED AEROBIC BIODEGRADATIONENHANCED ANAEROBIC BIODEGRADATIONIn-Situ Chemical OxidationWWW.REGENESIS .COMAdvanced Technologies for Contaminated Site RemediationOur Products SupportAdvanced Technologies for Contaminated Site RemediationAdvanced Technologies for Contaminated Site RemediationCONTENTS1 ...

  • Treatment Technologies for Mercury in Soil, Waste, and Water Brochure

    Abstracts of Remediation Case Studies Volume 11 Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable www.frtr.gov Prepared by the Member Agencies of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable Abstracts of Remediation Case Studies Volume 11 Prepared by Member Agencies of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable Environmental Protection Agency Department of Defense U.S. Air Force ...

  • 13th International AquaConSoil Conference 2015 - Detailed Programme

    1  1 Preliminary program                                                             1  2  Conference overview Monday 8 June 14:00-18:00 Pre-conference courses (See www.aquaconsoil.org for details) 18:30-20:00 Welcome reception in town hall Tuesday 9 June 9:00-10:30 Plenary opening session ? Welcome by chairmen ? Presentation by hosting country ? Scientific key lecture by Prof. Poul ...

  • 26th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediment, Water and Energy - Preliminary Program Brochure

    Register by September 24th and Save Registration Form IncludedConference Co-DirectorsPaul Kostecki, Ph.D.University of Massachusetts Amherstedward J. Calabrese, Ph.D.University of Massachusetts AmherstClifford Bruell, Ph.D.University of Massachusetts LowellAssessment, Remediation, Regulation and the Energy Environmental InterfaceConference at a GlancePlatform SessionsPoster ...

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