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  • In situ chemical reduction (ISCR) advantages over emulsified oils

    Adventus Americas, Inc., an international remediation biotechnology firm, recently outlined topical decision-making criteria for remediation engineers and environmental professionals. This summary compares and contrasts our EHC® ISCR technology with carbon-only substrates consisting of emulsified vegetable oils. While the latter can be effective, there exist a number of fundamental ...


  • Stimulus Funded MIEX® System Improving Quality of Life on Washington’s Coast

    This summer, the City of Ocean Shores, Washington has had more to celebrate than its annual summer kite festivals. The city finally has the new water treatment plant it has been working towards for nearly 20 years, commissioned in time to meet the peak demands of tourist season. Funded by $6 million provided by the ...


  • Abanaki Corporation Is One-Stop Shop for Oil Skimmer Replacement Belts and Tubes

    Abanaki Corporation, who has successfully specialized in oil skimming and coolant maintenance technology for over 40 years, announces a complete line of oil skimmer replacement belts and tubes. Abanaki offers the widest variety of oil skimmer belt and tube materials in the ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • EPA Revises Final Cleanup Plan for Ringwood Mines Superfund Site in Ringwood, New Jersey

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has determined that the Borough of Ringwood has satisfied the criteria specified in EPA’s June 30, 2014 final cleanup plan for the Ringwood Mines Superfund site that allows for a recycling center to be built on the O’Connor Disposal Area. Plans for addressing other areas of the Ringwood Mines site will remain the same as finalized in the June ...

  • Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc. Awarded

    Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc. is proud to announce it has again added to its in-house intellectual property with the addition of a groundbreaking advancement in the materials and technologies available for the remediation of CVOCs. IET has expanded the tools available for in-situ remediation of soils and groundwater with our most recent patent.  The integration of dried ...

  • Underground Gasoline Extraction Made Easier

    The Abanaki PetroXtractor – Well Oil Skimmer, used for the removal of oil, fuel, and other floating hydrocarbons from water, where access is limited, was recently evaluated by BJAMM Environmental, Inc. of Canal Fulton, Ohio. Working closely with the Ohio EPA and the Bureau ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Mine Discharge Pact Clears the Way for 9/11 Memorial

    HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania, October 23, 2007 (ENS) - Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Kathleen McGinty Monday announced an agreement with a coal company that could lead the federal government closer to building a permanent memorial on the land near Shanksville, where United Flight 93 crashed September 11, 2001. United Flight 93 was one of four planes hijacked ...

  • Arsenic: when will the clean water start flowing?

    Razia Begum has been asking the same question for two years now: 'Please will someone fix my arsenic filter?' She lives in Nagda, a village in one of the areas of Bangladesh most severely contaminated by arsenic in drinking water — although at first glance there is nothing about the village's lush paddy fields to suggest anything dangerous. Razia's family, like many thousands of others in such ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Abanaki`s Oil Skimmer Line Ideal for Cleaning Water Used in Fracking

    Abanaki Corporation (http://www.abanaki.com/) announced that several models in its industrial ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Adventus Outlines In Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR) Advantages

    Remediation biotechnology firm explains key differences between ISCR and Emulsified Oil technologies Freeport, Ill. (May 23, 2006) – Adventus Americas, Inc., an international remediation biotechnology firm, recently outlined topical decision-making criteria for remediation engineers and environmental professionals. “Few, if any, of us are experts in the myriad fields of science associated ...


  • EU-backed carbon capture and storage technology not without critics

    Within the European Commission's comprehensive package of legislative proposals on climate change and energy announced on Wednesday (23 January) is a plan to promote the development of a controversial carbon emissions mitigation technology known as 'carbon capture and storage' (CCS). CCS 'captures' carbon dioxide from power plants and stores it in underground geological formations or deep oceans ...


  • Adventus Group Joins Battelle, Geomatrix and Malcolm Pirnie in Recognizing Future Environmental Science Leaders

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA (June 26, 2008) – The Adventus Group, an international remediation biotechnology enterprise, was honored to collaborate with Battelle, Geomatrix and Malcolm Pirnie in recognizing talented, emerging environmental scientists during the “6th International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated & Recalcitrant Compounds” held in Monterey. Four $1500 awards ...


  • Accurate Dosing Pumps Enable Welsh Water To Maintain Strict Phosphorus Limits And Reduce Maintenance Costs

    To help overcome the repeated blockage of diaphragm pumps when dosing ferric sulphate at wastewater treatment plants, a number of Welsh Water sites now feature Qdos 30 peristaltic pumps from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG). The investment is expected to achieve a quick return thanks to ...

  • Technical release to the environmental industry regarding the appearance of Acetone and MEK

    For many years the appearance of ketones in reductive dechlorination projects has been somewhat of a mystery, frequently blamed on lab contamination. Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc. (IET), provides alternative explainations. The appearance of 2-butanone (MEK) and acetone (unwanted solvents) is a transient intermediate occasionally formed as naturally occurring TOC, or the ...

  • Q&A about national general survey on soil contamination in China

    MEP and MLR announced the report on the national general survey on soil contamination today, and the survey results showed the general condition of the soil environment across the country not optimistic; some areas are suffering from bad soil pollution, the environmental quality of the arable land is worrying, and there are pressing soil environmental problems in industrial and mining deserted ...

  • CDTSC and EPA Hold Public Workshop on State and Federal Nanomaterial Activities

    On September 22, 2010, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (CDTSC) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) held a public workshop on state and federal nanomaterial activities. During the workshop, CDTSC and EPA discussed the results of California's data call-in (DCI) for carbon nanotubes (CNT), its plans for future DCIs, and EPA's efforts related to CNTs. More ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Inadequate Water Supply Propels the Commercial and Residential Point-of-Entry Water Treatment Systems Market in India

    Increasing water scarcity, exacerbated by inefficient water management practices, is driving the commercial and residential point-of-entry (POE) water treatment systems market in India. Escalating demand for water from a growing population, faster depletion of water resources than is replenished, and the contamination of ground water tables and surface water bodies are lending momentum to the POE ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Fracking Boom Threatens US Water Supplies

    Since the onset of the fracking boom almost a decade ago, every state in the US has been examining its geological resources in the hope of finding oil or gas it can access through this extraction method. Almost half the states are now producing at least some shale gas, with a few – Texas, Pennsylvania, California, Colorado, North Dakota – sitting on massive ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • The quiet clean mining revolution

    Few industries have got the black eye, literally and metaphorically, of mining. After centuries of environmental effects ranging from toxic emissions to unsightly tailings ponds, acid mine drainage, massive energy consumption and other impacts, mining is slowly cleaning up its act. Why? Mostly because new clean technologies are increasing industrial efficiencies. They're lowering mining ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Balancing renewables and natural resources

    NREL's newest source of clean energy — a 1 megawatt solar array — is supplying laboratory researchers with more than carbon-free electricity. It's also an opportunity to examine a sensitive topic — the potential environmental impacts of large-scale renewable energy projects. That a solar array might raise environmental concerns seems ironic Nationwide, three-quarters of the states in the U.S. ...

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