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  • Webinar: Overview of Horizontal Remediation Wells (HRWs) and Remedial Technology Applications

    This webinar, presented by Mr. Glenn Iosue, P.E., President of Directional Technologies, Inc., will provide an overview of Horizontal Remediation Wells (HRWs) for improving the efficiency of remedial applications to clean up sites. Participants will gain an understanding of the technology, advantages in comparison to conventional vertical installations, limitations and costs. An example remedial ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • DTD Expands Long Blind Horizontal Well Installation Technology

    It was client demand that led DTD to develop its patent-pending technique for blind well installation. Though these wells were difficult to install, the requests for long blind horizontal remediation wells continued to pile up. The typical situation was (and still is) that a long plume either extends beneath an inaccessible area, or perhaps has migrated from the client's property. These, and many ...

  • SVE interim remedial measure on Long Island meets response action goals

    Northrop Grumman Corporation (NGC) is successfully implementing SVE as an interim remedial measure (IRM) to mitigate offsite migration of VOCs in soil gas from the Bethpage Community Park in the Town of Oyster Bay on Long Island, New York. The IRM is being conducted per an Order on Consent with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) and in conjunction with a pump and ...

  • The MACK Group, LLC completes industrial mold remediation project

    The MACK Group, LLC recently completed a large mold and moisture remediation project for a Fortune 500 industrial client. The work was performed in response to moisture infiltration of building components which subsequently produced mold. The MACK Group, LLC (MACK) was selected to perform the project based on their expert level of mold remediation and removal contractor services, their ...


    By MACK Group, LLC

  • Contract award for East London scheme

    HBR have been awarded a contract to carryout groundwater remediation within a busy area of East London. The works will comprise of the installation of 40 deep vertical wells and two horizontal wells positioned within the River Terrace Gravels.  The operations are designed to reduce the ammonium from the minor aquifer over a period of 1 to 5 ...

  • Busiest Time Ever!

    This month marks one of the busiest months ever for DTD. We currently have three remediaiton projects at three Department of Defense sites: St. Juliens Creek Annex - a U.S. Navy base adjacent to the Norfolk base in Virginia Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico Pt. Loma Navy Base in San Diego, California The projects range from small to large, with short injection wells planned for St. ...

  • Talk About Great Walls – BOS 100® Barrier Works Like a Charm

    Who needs a great wall when you've got BOS 100® for chlorinated contamination? Click here for a look at a very successful remediation of a former dry cleaner site in Indiana to give you a sense of what we mean. RPI Group members ...

  • Potential of hydraulic fracturing fluids escaping to aquifers subject of new paper in Groundwater

    A recently published scientific paper offers a numerical study of the potential for fluids related to hydraulic fracturing to escape into usable aquifers via nearby abandoned wells. The article was published in National Ground Water Association’s flagship technical journal, Groundwater®. Titled “Influence of Hydraulic Fracturing on Overlying Aquifers in the Presence of Leaky ...

  • We are Gonna Need a Bigger Pump

    The Problem: At a large industrial site, traditional horizontal and vertical extent investigations failed to reveal what eventually turned out to be highly localized seams of Trichloroethylene (TCE) DNAPL at areas of the property where unusual lithology came into play.  In addition to the “hide & seek” nature of finding the contamination in these areas, it became ...

  • Shell Pays $1.2 Million for Polluting New Jersey Water

    TRENTON, New Jersey (ENS) - Petroleum giant Shell and its affiliated company Motiva have agreed to pay a $1.2 million fine for ignoring state orders to clean up pollution from leaking underground fuel tanks at a Ridgewood, New Jersey service station. 'Of the total penalty, $500,000 recoups the economic benefit that Shell/Motiva reaped by evading DEP cleanup orders,' said Commissioner Lisa ...

  • Sionix Corporation Signs Water Treatment Agreement in the Williston Basin of North Dakota

    Sionix Corporation (OTCBB: SINX) ("Sionix" or the "Company"), a designer of patented water treatment systems, announced today that it has entered into a Water Treatment Agreement ("WTA") with McFall Incorporated, a Carnation, WA-based construction and logistics firm operating under a Master Service Agreement with a major oil and gas exploration and production company in the Williston Basin. ...


    By Sionix Corporation

  • USACE integrates fracturing and iron/carbon injections at Colorado site

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) performed a large-scale pilot test in 2009 for remediating TCE-contaminated groundwater at the "Atlas 12" formerly used defense site. Hydraulic fracturing was conducted to optimize emplacement of a zero-valent micro-iron/complex carbon amendment that chemically and biologically reduces contaminants in bedrock. Three-dimensional (3-D) mapping was used to ...


  • Ceco Environmental completes acquisition of Met-Pro Corporation

    CECO Environmental Corp. (NasdaqGM: CECE), a global leader in air pollution control systems, product recovery and filtration technology, announced today that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Met-Pro Corporation. With pro forma revenues of approximately $300 million, the transaction creates a clear global market leader in air pollution control, product recovery and fluid ...


    By CECO Environmental

  • Emissions Software for Site Cleanups: Demonstration at A&WMA

    Minnich and Scotto, Inc will present a paper, “Validation Testing of the Area-Source Technique Using EPA Method TO-16” at the Air & Waste Management Association’s Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology Conference, March 15-17, 2016, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  ...


    By Minnich and Scotto, Inc.

  • Sionix Corporation Announces Formation of Williston Basin II LLC to Operate in North Dakota

    Sionix Corporation (OTCBB: SINX), a designer and operator of patented water treatment systems, announced today the formation of Williston Basin II LLC ("WBII"), a Nevada limited liability company, which will operate similar to the previously announced Williston Basin I LLC ("WBI"). As a condition to its membership interest subscription, REVH2O LLC ("REVH2O") has pre-paid a $200,000 licensing fee ...


    By Sionix Corporation

  • Sionix Corporation Provides Progress Update on Williston Basin Project in North Dakota

    Sionix Corporation (OTCBB: SINX) provided an update today on its Williston Basin Project in North Dakota. In accordance with treatment revisions requested by their E&P client, Sionix has completed the reconfiguration of their Mobile Water Treatment System ("MWTS") and the proposed reconfiguration was submitted to McFall Incorporated and representatives of their E&P client during the ...


    By Sionix Corporation

  • Hydraulic Fracturing

    A new standards initiative in Subcommittee D18.26 on hydraulic fracturing will drive best practices for this energy-producing process. A newly formed ASTM International subcommittee is tackling the topic of hydraulic fracturing, addressing the need for consensus standards in this rapidly growing area of the energy field. Subcommittee D18.26 on Hydraulic Fracturing, part of ASTM Committee ...


    By ASTM International

  • Sionix Corporation Announces Recent Developments Related to the Williston Basin Project

    Sionix Corporation (OTCBB: SINX) ("Sionix" or the "Company") is pleased to announce an expansion of our multi-year project to treat drilling fluids in the Williston Basin. In consultation with McFall, Incorporated, and upon the request of our Williston Basin E&P client, Sionix has agreed to a revision to the original parameters for the treatment conditions under which the current MWTS was ...


    By Sionix Corporation

  • Groundwater availability detailed in California`s Central Valley

    A new, three-dimensional water-modeling tool provides a detailed picture of how water flows below ground and how it relates to surface-water in rivers and canals in California’s Central Valley. The Central Valley Hydrologic Model, developed by scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey, is available for use by water managers and other agencies. The model was designed to help resource agencies ...

  • Shale Gas Boom Creates Opportunity for Environmental Firms

    The U.S. fracking market, believed to be worth around $30billion, is generating $1.5 billion-$2 billion in annual sales for environmental service companies, according to Environmental Business Journal's recent edition on exploration and production (E&P) in the unconventional oil & gas industry. Purchase EBJ Vol XXVI No 02 - The Future of ...

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