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    AdEdge - Arsenic Treatment And Removal Services

    Compliance with the USEPA and the World Health Organization’s maximum contaminant level of 10 parts per billion for arsenic impacts thousands of water systems throughout the United States and other countries around the globe. The dangers of arsenic are masked by its colorless, odorless appearance. It is a carcinogen that ...

    By Adedge Water Technologies, LLC based in Buford, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • Field Services

    Monitoring soil saturation during air sparging activities. Data collection at an arsenic-contaminated Permeable Reactive Barrier site.

    By Multi-Phase Technologies, LLC. (MPT) based in Sparks, NEVADA (USA).

  • Chemical Oxidation

    Chemical oxidation is a powerful technology which rapidly treats a variety of contaminants. At Cedar Creek Engineering, we have used chemical oxidation since 2001 to treat organic compounds, including petroleum hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents, as well as inorganic contaminants, such as arsenic. We provide field services for both in-situ and ...

    By Cedar Creek Engineering, Inc. based in Winchester, KENTUCKY (USA).

  • Groundwater Remediation

    Many municipalities and industries alike are faced with the growing challenge of properly treating their contaminated wells, runoff and other groundwater supplies.PEEC provides the technical know-how and has the cost-effective solutions to make treating contaminated waters - whether destined for potable drinking water or non-potable discharge - ...

    By Professional Environmental Engineering Consultants based in Wollongong, AUSTRALIA.

  • Dynamic Flow & Chemistry Profiling Services

    Increasingly stringent standards for trace levels of contaminants such as chromium, arsenic, nitrates, and TCP in combination with a surge in demand for groundwater resources have led to a need for more efficient and precise well characterization.

    By Best Environmental Subsurface Sampling Technologies, Inc. (BESST) based in San Rafael, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Abandoned Mine Land Remediation Services

    ECM investigates the impacts of contaminants such as mercury and arsenic on surface water, groundwater and local ecosystems at abandoned mine land (AML) sites in accordance with CERCLA for US Department of the Interior agencies. ECM designs and implements remediation approaches to reduce impacts from contaminants at these sites.

    By Environmental Cost Management based in Costa Mesa, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Maintenance Service

    M2M Augmented Reality Service: Provides the highest retention rate by identifying failure in advance. Removes module contamination: Enhance efficiency up to maximum 8% by periodic module cleaning. System Maintenance: Increases efficiency up to 10% by inverter optimization and 4 season angle of incidence adjustment. Operating agency of the ...

    By KD Power based in Seoul, SOUTH KOREA.

  • Mobile Phone Recycling Services

    Many of us have multiple mobile phones laying around the house. With many mobile phone mobile phone recyclingcompanies renewing contracts every 2 years and offering great deals on phones upon signing a new contract, we have a new phone every 2 years. Those phones end up piling up in a closet or drawer somewhere. Some of us just throw them in the ...

    By Shred Nations based in Lakewood, COLORADO (USA).

  • Laboratory Testing and Analyses of Foods and Foodstuffs

    PPB Analytical’s Food Chemistry Testing ranges from vitamins, minerals, additives, proteins, sugars, fats, flavours, and colours. Food contaminants have been found to produce serious health risks to the public. Securing the food supply is paramount to the public. Some typical tests that PPB.

    By PPB Analytical Inc. based in Markham, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • CrudeSorb MR - Mercury And Arsenic Removal Media

    This media is based on organoclay technology like CrubeSorb but has been heavily modified to enhance mercury and arsenic adsorption through both physical removal and chemical bonding.

    By CETCO Energy Services based in Covington, LOUISIANA (USA). from Water Treatment Services Service line

  • Risk Screens and Risk-Based Corrective Action

    Soil and groundwater are 'contaminated' when naturally occurring elements (e.g., radon gas, arsenic) or man-made compounds (e.g., solvents, hydrocarbons) have a complete exposure pathway to human or ecological receptors at concentrations that meet the criteria established to cause adverse effects.

    By Hirsch Gibney, Inc. based in Golden, COLORADO (USA).

  • Groundwater Treatment

    Implementing treatment technologies for contaminant removal from groundwater has unique challenges. From arsenic, to perchlorate, to volatile organic chemicals, WQTS staff has evaluated and implemented both conventional and innovative groundwater treatment technologies. The following are example projects dealing with contaminant removal from ...

    By Water Quality & Treatment Solutions, Inc. (WQTS) based in Canoga Park, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Chemical Reduction

    Harnessing powerful reducing compounds to chemically mitigate impacts in place. The other half of a redox reaction, chemical reduction results in the gain of electrons. One of the reactants in the reaction is oxidized, losing electrons; the other reactant is reduced, gaining electrons. In In-Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR), reducing ...

    By InSitu Remediation Services Limited (IRSL) based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA). from In-Situ Remediation Services Service line

  • Hydro Utility Services

    Electrical distributions, as owners and operators of kilometers of line, transformers, distribution sites, face unknown amounts of environmental liability. With this substantial investment in real property and equipment, every distribution company owes it to themselves to be informed about the status of their potential environmental risks.

    By AEL Environment based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Adsorption Processes Services

    Adsorption is a process where contaminants break their bond with water molecules and chemically adhere to a filter media. Adsorption is a constant process where water is directed at a specific flow rate through a fixed bed of adsorption media for a period of six months to two years until exhaustion. Once exhausted, adsorptive medias need to be ...

    By Filtronics, Incorporated based in Anaheim, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Processes Service line

  • Arsenic Treatment

    Arsenic is a semi-metal element in the periodic table. It is odorless and tasteless. It enters drinking water supplies from natural deposits in the earth or from agricultural and industrial practices.

    By US Water Consultants, Inc. based in Windham, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA).

  • Services

    We are facing much uncertainty and increasing pressures on our lakes, both within the region and beyond. We face problems such as invasive species, erosion, high lakefront property taxes, gentrification of communities, water degradation. Each lake and the communities that rely on them face unique problems. The Midwest’s lakes are an integral ...

    By Midwest Lakes Policy Center based in Madison, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Site Remediation Markets Newsletter (Online)

    8-page monthly newsletter reports on and analyzes all developments affecting the worldwide site remediation industry.

    By The McIlvaine Company based in Nothfield, ILLINOIS (USA). from Remediation Service line

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