remediation well News

  • 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

  • SiREM and In Situ Well Technologies Offer Novel Remediation Testing Technology

    SiREM (www.sirem-lab.com) and In Situ Well Technologies, LLC (ISW) now offer the In Situ Microcosm Array (ISMA) for remediation feasibility testing through a recently completed commercialization agreement. ISW is a remediation-focused spin-off company of the Biodesign Institute ...


    By SIREM

  • Leading engineering firm tackles ocean-front remediation system with well oil skimmers

    For most people, the phrase "ocean-front property" carries a pleasant cachet. For project engineer Stephen Hanks, "ocean-front property" just meant a headache with a view. Hanks, who works for the Atlanta-based consulting firm MACTEC, was in charge of an ocean-front property containing a bulk fuel storage terminal. That terminal continued to create challenges caused by a spill that happened about ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Petroleum-impacted soil remediation

    The Adventus Group is an applied environmental products company that provides various remediation biotechnologies – including those exclusive to our patent portfolio (see below). We are NOT consultants, and are geared towards supporting client project teams by providing unbiased design, support and selection of the most cost-effective remedial solution or strategy. As appropriate, our ...


  • Total remediation—It really is that simple

    Sometimes the simplest compliments are the strongest ones. Like this one, received in relation to a recent environmental remediation project in Spanish Fork, Utah and enclosing a No Further Action letter and remediation report: "I have never seen an in-situ bioremediation product work as well as this." Sometimes, in situ remediation is as simple as the right product, the right ...

  • New Remediation Biotechnology for NAPL Sites

    Carus Corporation and The Adventus Group form partnership to offer innovative RemOx® EC Stabilization Reagent technology PERU, IL  – Carus Corporation, the world’s largest and only domestic manufacturer of permanganates, and The Adventus Group, an international environmental biotechnology firm, announced their collaboration to introduce RemOx® EC Stabilization Reagent. Designed ...


  • Remediation Conference Time is Almost Here!

    We're preparing for our biggest outing ever as sponsors of the Ninth International Conference on Remediation Of Chlorinated And Recalcitrant Compounds (May 19 through May 22, 2014). We hope you're planning on joining us ...

  • Powerful Well Cleaning Treatment, BoreSaver, Launched in Canada

    BoreSaver, the NSF certified well cleaning treatments used in over fourteen countries worldwide, has launched in Canada, following its successful entry into the North American market two years ago. A recent article in ...


    By Geoquip Water Solutions

  • Environmental well sealing new product announcement:

    AquaBlok, Ltd., manufacturers of innovative claybased composite materials, is proud to announce the introduction of a new family of annular well sealant materials that benefit from the company’s patented delivery system for bentonite sealant materials. HoleBlok+ annular sealants combines two well-established and proven technologies; zerovalent iron (ZVI) and bentonite to form a unique ...


    By AquaBlok, Ltd.

  • Four steps for well owners to protect water wells, health during hurricane flooding

    The owners of private household water wells in areas threatened by Hurricane Matthew flooding should act to address possible threats to their drinking water quality, the National Ground Water Association said today. If a well has been flooded: Do not drink the water or wash with it, but use an alternative supply such as bottled water ...

  • Contaminated Site Remediated in 4 months (Clay)

    CROOKS FARM – FT PIERCE, FLORIDA FDEP FACILITY ID#56-9807808 A discharge at the above site had contaminated the soil and groundwater. The soil characteristic on this site was sandy soil from 0’ to 2’ and dense nonpermiable gray clay from 2’ to 15’. Groundwater fluctuated between 3’ to 6’. The phase II assessment on May 19, 2004 had determined that approximately 500 cubic yards of ...

  • Remedial Construction Services, LP Launches New Division

    Remedial Construction Services, LP (RECON), based in Houston, Texas, announced the launch of a new division, Recon Oil Field Services. This new division focuses on environmental remediation technologies to manage oilfield exploration and production wastes. The technologies treat the liquids produced during drilling, hydro-fracturing, and production as well as treatment of cuttings and drilling ...

  • Entec remediating major Blyth regeneration scheme

    The first phase of work on a multi-million pound regeneration scheme on the former Bates Colliery site in Blyth, Northumberland, is underway. As part of the scheme, Entec will deliver the remediation of the site along with the contractor Vertase F.L.I. Remediation by Bates Regeneration Ltd, a joint venture between north east property firm Banks Developments and coal and property company UK Coal, ...


  • Abanaki Corporation Releases DNAPL Groundwater Remediation System

    Abanaki Corporation is pleased to announce a DNAPL Groundwater Remediation System designed to remove high viscosity oils such as creosote from groundwater. These systems are used to remove oil contamination from existing monitoring wells. DNAPLs such as creosote tend to sink to the bottom of a well and require a specially designed system to ensure the oil is removed. Stabilizer bars are installed ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Stimulus money helps remediate lead contaminated homes

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that up to 24 million homes in the country contain substantial lead paint hazards. Even though the use of lead in paint has been banned since 1978 it is believed that about one in five homes still have lead paint hazards. As lead contaminated paints age they begin to deteriorate and can become airborne or settle as dust.Lead is of particular ...


  • Active Mountaintop Gas Station Remediation Site

    The geology of the area is fractured bedrock and the gasoline and MTBE contamination traveled through the fractures and impacted several nearby drinking wells. The consultant conducted a multiple day test at the site. MAE2 used this data to design a system that would prevent the contamination from moving off site and eliminate the source area. This meant the system would need to operate a large ...

  • RECARE project to prevent and remediate soil degradation in Europe

    A growing world population has to deal with increasingly urgent issues of food security, flooding and drought, as well as soil pollution which threaten agricultural productivity and the environment. The answer to all these urgent issues could rest in the soil. Soil is vital to supporting food production as well as the filtering of water consumed by humans and plants. In addition, soil ...

  • New Funding Opportunity for Research in Contaminated Sediments Remediation

    The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) is announcing a new funding opportunity as part of the Superfund Basic Research and Training Program (SBRP). The title is “Innovative Approaches to Remediation of Recalcitrant Hazardous Substances in Sediments” and will be awarded under the new Individual Research Project Program (R01) mechanism of the SBRP. The objective is to ...

  • Grants Provide Opportunities for Remediation Professionals Working on Brownfields

    Recently, the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development awarded two grants to cleanup Brownfields in the state.  They included funds for a location in Seymour and another in Shelton that are a part of the $16 million in funds slated for Brownfields recently announced by Connecticut Governor Malloy’s office.   According the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), ...

  • Better Remediation Through Effective Groundwater Sampling

    One of the keys to successful remediation of a contaminated property is effective groundwater sampling. A new ASTM standard will aid groundwater samplers by taking a look at three types of passive samplers and their advantages, disadvantages and limitations. The new standard is D7929, Guide for Selection of ...


    By ASTM International

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