In-Situ Remediation services available in Poland

  • BAUER - In-Situ Remediation Technologies

    In-situ techniques are used alone or in addition to pump-and-treat and soil-vapour methods in order to sustainably reduce the remediation time. With thermal techniques, such as thermo-stripping, steam injection and hot-water-flushing long lasting remediation success was achieved in several projects within a few weeks and months.

    By BAUER Resources GmbH based in Schrobenhausen, GERMANY. from Remediation Technology Service line

  • On Site & In Situ Remediations Services

    Remediation Methods: soil excavation, tank removal, pump-and-treat, dual phase extraction, soil vapour extraction, airsparging and bioventing, technics for LNAPL recovery, physico-chemical washing and rinsing, re-infiltration, passive and reactive walls.

    By BioEarth Inc. based in Furlong, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Industrial In-situ Remediation Services

    Lamor offers a range of technology solutions such as electrokinetic treatment, chemical oxidation and enhanced bioremediation for in-situ remediation. Our promise to our client is to provide a solution that has minimal effect on the client’s business operations. This enables Lamor to significantly reduce the operating cost of the treatment ...

    By Lamor Corporation Ab based in Porvoo, FINLAND. from Soil & Water Treatment Service line

  • Ex-Situ Thermal Remediation

    GTR-E is an evolution of the GTR line of technology specially designed for batch ex-situ thermal desorption of onsite excavated soils. The contaminated soils are excavated and placed in a pile. While building the pile, heater tubes are layered following a 'lasagna' process: a first series of heater tubes are placed atop a first layer of ...

    By GEO Inc based in Corona, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Ex-Situ Thermal Remediation

    GTR-E is an evolution of the GTR line of technology specially designed for batch ex-situ thermal desorption of onsite excavated soils. The contaminated soils are excavated and placed in a pile. While building the pile, heater tubes are layered following a 'lasagna' process: a first series of heater tubes are placed atop a first layer of ...

  • Mip-Injection Service

    In-situ remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater is in general a sustainable approach and in many cases very cost-effective solution, -even some times also the only feasible technology. Now it becomes even more attractive as the new combined MIP and Injection (MIP-IN) system is launched into the marked. In one and the same operation the ...

    By EJLSKOV A/S based in Aarhus N, DENMARK. from In-situ Remediation Services Service line

  • Chemical Oxidation

    Harnessing powerful oxidizing compounds to chemically reduce impacts in place. Chemical oxidation involves the transfer of electrons from one compound to another. Oxidizing compounds (i.e. oxidants) accept electrons from reduced species such as organic carbon-based compounds. When designed correctly, and completed in the subsurface (i.e. in situ), ...

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

  • Sequential & Hybrid Remediation

    Combining approaches for innovative solutions to complex impacts. By understanding the chemistry and biological processes occurring, IRSL can custom-develop hybrid treatment systems for individual sites. Examples of this includes the use of chemical oxidants with oxygen-releasing materials to promote both activated oxidation (high pH activates the ...

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

  • Chemical Reduction Services

    A relatively recent in-situ method of environmental remediation, Chemical Reduction uses powerful reducing compounds to chemically treat contaminated soil and groundwater in place, or “in-situ”.

    By Vertex Environmental Solutions Inc. based in Cambridge, ONTARIO (CANADA). from In-Situ Remediation Services Service line

  • Surfactant Flushing

    Mobilizing contaminants for efficient mobilization and extraction. Surfactant flushing involves injecting a surfactant mixture into an aquifer impacted with Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPLs) to mobilize them. The surfactant and the mobilized NAPL are then removed through extraction wells, and either treated on-site or disposed of off-site. The ...

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

  • Groundwater Treatment Systems

    Cost-effective pump-and-treat systems. Goundwater “pump and treat” systems use pumps to extract contaminated groundwater from open excavations or one or more extraction wells. The liquid is then treated to separate or remove the contaminant from the groundwater. The remediated groundwater is discharged and the contaminant either ...

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

  • NAPL Removal

    Successfully removing NAPL from the subsurface. IRSL staff have designed, installed, maintained and optimized numerous Non Aqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) removal systems, including multi-phase extraction, skimmers (pneumatic and belt), dual phase and vacuum-based systems. For our Province of Ontario clients, we hold numerous Certificates of Approval ...

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

  • Anaerobic Bioremediation

    Enhancing natural, organic processes to affect green remediation. In the absence of oxygen (anaerobic conditions), anaerobic microorganisms will use many organic contaminants as a food source, effectively breaking them down into carbon dioxide, water, and microbial cell mass.

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

  • Aerobic Bioremediation

    Enhancing natural, organic processes to affect green remediation. With sufficient oxygen (aerobic conditions) and other nutrients, microorganisms will use many organic contaminants as a food source, effectively breaking them down into carbon dioxide, water, and microbial cell mass.

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

  • Cosolvent Flushing

    Mobilizing contaminants for efficient extraction. Cosolvent flushing involves injecting a solvent mixture, such as water with alcohol, into an aquifer impacted with Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPLs) to solubilize and increase the mobility of the compounds. The solvent and the solubilized NAPL are then removed through extraction wells, and either ...

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

  • Thermal Treatment Systems

    Heating contaminants to facilitate extraction. Thermal methods have been around for decades, however, over the past decade, numerous advances have been made in the application and optimization of this technology, making it more cost-effective. In general, the technology aims to increase the mobility of the compounds of concern by volatizing them ...

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

  • In-situ immobilization

    The immobilization process involves the mixing of polluted soil with substances that causes the soil to harden (Solidification) which prevents contaminants from spreading into the surrounding environment. Additionally substances that changes contaminants into less harmful and less mobile chemicals (Stabilization) can be used. Often both techniques ...

    By In-situ Technieken based in APELDOORN, NETHERLANDS. from Remediation Techniques Service line

  • 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

  • Chemical Oxidation Services

    One of the first in-situ methods of environmental remediation after bioremediation, Chemical Oxidation uses powerful oxidizing compounds tochemically treat contaminated soil and groundwater in place, or “in-situ”. When oxidant solutions, such as potassium permanganate or sodium persulphate, are injected into the subsurface, they spread ...

    By Vertex Environmental Solutions Inc. based in Cambridge, ONTARIO (CANADA). from In-Situ Remediation Services Service line

  • Soil Vapour Extraction Systems

    Effectively removing volatile compounds from the vadose zone. Also called “in situ soil venting” or “vacuum extraction”, Soil Vapour Extraction systems reduce concentrations of volatile constituents absorbed into the subsurface by converting them from the solid (sorbed) and liquid (aqueous or non-aqueous) phases into the ...

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

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