cvoc monitoring News

  • LATEST TECHNOLOGY: Small CHLORINATED OXIDIZERS with Remote Monitoring

    LATEST TECHNOLOGY:  Small CHLORINATED OXIDIZERS with Remote Monitoring By optimizing aerospace combustion direct flame mixing of Chlorinated VOC’s (CVOC’s), SOIL-THERM has achieved the near impossible in building an ‘ultra small’ 200 cfm Chlorinated oxidizer remediation system having only 98 square feet footprint! ...


    By Soil-Therm Equipment, Inc.

  • LATEST TECHNOLOGY: Low Cost CHLORINATED OXIDIZER Systems

    By optimizing aerospace combustion direct flame oxidation of Chlorinated VOC’s (CVOC’s), SOIL-THERM has achieved the near impossible in a full 1000 scfm Chlorinated oxidizer remediation system. In a Soil-Therm Model 2010-CLR installed in Southern California, SOIL-THERM has specially designed their latest high performance Jet-THERM ...


    By Soil-Therm Equipment, Inc.

  • ISCR-Enhanced bioremediation accelerates groundwater cleanup at active manufacturing facility

    In the winter of 2008, full-scale in situ chemical reduction (ISCR) was implemented as a removal action at the Siltronic Corporation site in Portland, OR, to treat a source area contaminated by releases of TCE. The source area was considered to be the portion of the site with concentrations of TCE in groundwater greater than 11,000 µg/L, suggesting the presence of TCE as DNAPL. ...


  • EOS Remediation at Battelle

    EOS Remediation’s family of innovative and sustainable products for enhanced bioremediation will be featured in numerous presentations and posters at the 2011 Battelle International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies in Reno, Nevada (June 27-30, 2011).  We are proud that our products span a wide variety of disciplines at this year’s conference ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • EPA Celebrates Sustainability Improvements at N. Dartmouth, Mass. Superfund Site

    EPA joined local officials to celebrate the implementation of a sustainable groundwater cleanup system and the installation of solar panels at the ReSolve Superfund site in North Dartmouth, Mass. The groundwater cleanup is happening through an innovative biological treatment process that is fully powered by solar panels at the site. The site operated as chemical reclamation facility between 1956 ...

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