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soil remediation method equipment

  • Genoil - Model GSDT - Sand Decontamination Technology

    The Genoil Sand Decontamination Technology (GSDT) is an innovative process designed to cleanse oil sands using minimal water and energy consumption thereby allowing the reclamation of refineries, well fields, waste pits, and beaches contaminated by petroleum. Genoil Inc. was one of the first companies to enter this field and our revolutionary ...

    By Genoil Inc. based in New York, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Electrokinetics

    The electro-kinetic technologies are based on electrolyses. Electrical power is supplied between electrodes in the soil. Contaminants are mobilized in the soil water and transported to the electrodes, where they can be extracted. Another approach is the spreading of nutrients to stimulate biological activity. Electrokinetic technologies are ...

    By In-Situ Technieken / Arcadis Nederland BV based in APELDOORN, NETHERLANDS. from Remediation Techniques Product line

  • EPG - Vapor Extraction Systems

    Vapor extraction, the removal of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from soil using vacuum, has proven to be a highly efficient and cost-effective method of in-situ soil remediation.

    By EPG Companies Inc. based in Maple Grove, MINNESOTA (USA). from Remediation Product line

  • Proventus - Complement Contains

    COMPLEMENT-Contains a selected combination of isolates, presenting a broad spectrum of metabolic pathways which enable the degradation of complex hydrocarbon chains. Complement is best suited for land farming applications and has successfully demonstrated its ability to be one of the most effective methods of remediating shallow and surface ...

    By Proventus Bioscience based in Brampton, QUEBEC (CANADA). from Soil Rehabilitation Product line

  • ISOTEC - Activated Persulfate In-Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO)

    ISOTEC's persulfate technology uses sodium persulfate, activated by our patented modified Fenton's reagent, alkaline reagents (including sodium hydroxide and lime), hydrogen peroxide or our patented chelated iron complex to produce sulfate free radicals that attack contaminants. Persulfate, when used as an in-situ chemical oxidation reagent, is ...

  • Filter Socks and Canisters Oxygen Release Compound

    When Oxygen Release Compound (ORC) was first commercialized in 1994, it was emplaced into groundwater wells using ORC Filter Socks. Filter socks are permeable, fabric sleeves filled with pure ORC or ORC Advanced® controlled-release oxygen material. Each filter sock is inserted into a colored, Naltex™ Flex-Guard for ease-of-application ...

    By Regenesis based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Enhanced Aerobic Biodegradation Product line

  • Pelletized Advanced Oxygen Release Compound (ORC)

    ORC Advanced Pellets are a dust-minimizing, dry application pelletized form of the widely used ORC Advanced controlled-release oxygen compound. They are designed specifically for the treatment of dissolved-phase petroleum hydrocarbons through direct application into excavations, petroleum storage tank pits, trenches and backfill. ORC Advanced ...

    By Regenesis based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Enhanced Aerobic Biodegradation Product line

  • Oxygen Release Compound (ORC) for Enhanced Aerobic Biodegradation

    The Original Oxygen Release Compound (ORC) is an engineered, oxygen release compound designed specifically for enhanced, in situ aerobic bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in groundwater or saturated soils. Upon contact with groundwater, this phosphate-intercalated magnesium based material becomes hydrated producing a controlled-release ...

    By Regenesis based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Enhanced Aerobic Biodegradation Product line

  • Advanced Oxygen Release Compound (ORC)

    ORC Advanced is an engineered, oxygen release compound designed specifically for enhanced, in situ aerobic bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in groundwater and saturated soils. Upon contact with groundwater, this calcium oxy-hydroxide based material becomes hydrated producing a controlled-release of molecular oxygen (17% by weight) for ...

    By Regenesis based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Enhanced Aerobic Biodegradation Product line

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