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Dechlorination Analyzer services

  • PCR-based Identification of Environmental Microbes

    BCI uses a genetic method (Polymerase Chain Reaction) for detecting the presence of the unique PCE degrading bacterium, Dehalococcoides ethenogenes, in groundwater. Under the right geobiochemical conditions, it can transform not only PCE but its metabolic products TCE, cis-DCE or vinyl chloride to ethene. BCI’s PCR-based identification has ...

    By Bioremediation Consulting, Incorporated based in Watertown, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • Organic Studies

    Ursus has the expertise to evaluate a variety of treatment alternatives in a number of scenarios. Chemical oxidants and reductive dechlorination chemistries can be evaluated depending on the site geochemistry, contaminants of concern, and contaminant concentration. Data generated during an organic study is used to assist in the design for In Situ ...

    By Ursus Remediation Testing & Technologies, LLC based in Mount Horeb,, WISCONSIN (USA). from Organic Treatment Studies Service line

  • Water Sample

    Remove the faucet aerator (if applicable). Sterilize the faucet by the following way: - Use a cotton swab or cotton ball soaked in standard household bleach and wipe the faucet tap as best you can. Run the water for several minutes (usually 5 minutes). If the water has not been used regularly, you may wish to run the water for a few more ...

    By CON-TEST Analytical Laboratory based in East Longmeadow, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • WWTP Management

    Why WWTP Management is Important? Quest Consultants offers professional wastewater management services across 44 states. Aside from offering onsite treatment, the company also offers Class II and III water operators together with other professional engineering services, and can also file all State reporting forms for their clients to maintain ...

    By Quest Consultants & Associates based in Clearwater, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Bioremediation Services

    As people eat food and breathe air to derive energy for growth, so do the subsurface microbes that can beneficially remediate various contaminants. Fundamentally, bioremediation involves creating geochemical conditions conducive to microbial growth. As long as these organisms, sometimes called bugs, have something to eat and breathe, they will ...

    By Dajak based in Wilmington, DELAWARE (USA). from Remediation Service line

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