in-situ bioremediation Equipment

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In Situ BioRemediation

by Encotech, Inc. / Carbon Service and Equipment Company a Division of Encotech, Inc.     based in Eighty Four, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Encotech offers packaged, in situ bioremediation systems for groundwater contamination. These systems combine the technologies of pump and treat systems -- including iron removal, activated carbon adsorption, pH control, and more -- with technology designed to enable naturally occurring bacteria at a project site to assist in remediation.

Newman Zone - Model QR (Quick Release) - Soluble Electron Donor for In Situ Bioremediation

by RNAS Remediation Products     based in Brooklyn Center, MINNESOTA (USA)

Newman Zone QR is a blend of food grade electron donors, nutrients, cofactors and vitamins designed to stimulate rapid microbial growth. In microcosm studies, Newman Zone QR reduced PCE to ethene in half the time compared to sodium lactate. Common applications include anaerobic bioremediation of chlorinated solvents, nitrated explosives (RDX, HMX, ...

Newman Zone - Electron Donor for Enhancing the In Situ Anaerobic Bioremediation

by RNAS Remediation Products     based in Brooklyn Center, MINNESOTA (USA)

Newman Zone® was the first EVO bioremediation product on the market and tens of millions of pounds have been successfully used around the world. Newman Zone® is a blend of fast and slow release electron donors proven effective in treating chlorinated solvents and other contaminants.

MTS - Metals Treatment Substrate

by Terra Systems, Inc. (TSI)     based in Claymont, DELAWARE (USA)

MTS™ - Metals Treatment Substrate is a slow release product that has been designed to remove a range of dissolved metals from groundwater via in situ immobilization and also provide a substrate for biodegradation of chlorinated compounds.  It contains sulfate and sulfide.  This complex is immobile in the subsurface because it sorbs ...

Model iSOC - Bioremediation

by Cornelsen Umwelttechnologie GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

 A popular bioremediation tool for remediating a wide range of contaminants.

HRC-X - Hydrogen Release Compound [eXtended]

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

HRC-X is a controlled release, electron donor material, that when hydrated is specifically designed to produce an extended, controlled release of lactic acid. The newly available lactic acid is critical for the production of hydrogen to fuel anaerobic biodegradation processes in soil and groundwater. HRC-X contains more lactic acid than HRC and is ...

RegenOx PetroCleanze - Frees Bound Hydrocarbons for More Effective Enhanced Recovery and Chemical Oxidation

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

RegenOx PetroCleanze is a customized formulation of the widely used RegenOx in situ chemical oxidation technology. The primary function of RegenOx PetroCleanze is to increase the desorption rates of hydrocarbons bound in saturated soil and make them available for more efficient and rapid treatment using a range of enhanced recovery technologies.

BioFlo - Accelerating Natural Attenuation

by Tersus Environmental, LLC     based in Cheyenne, WYOMING (USA)

BioFlo is an innovative design from the inventors and manufacturers of iSOC to create a reactive bio-barrier in areas where there is limited groundwater flow. BioFlo creates a low flow stream of highly gaseous supersaturated water that can be used by itself or in conjunction with a small water recovery system to create a unique mini pump and ...

Cool-Ox - In-Situ (and Ex-Situ) Remediation Technology

by DeepEarth Technologies, Inc     based in Alsip, ILLINOIS (USA)

The patented Cool-Ox process is an in-situ (and ex-situ) remediation technology that combines controlled chemical oxidation with accelerated biodegradation subsequent to the oxidation phase. The process is based upon using hydrogen peroxide as the generator of the oxidizing radicals. However, unlike the Fenton or Fenton-like processes that use ...

iSOC - In Situ Submerged Oxygen Curtain Technology

by Tersus Environmental, LLC     based in Cheyenne, WYOMING (USA)

iSOC, which stands for in situ Submerged Oxygen Curtain technology, is a groundwater bioremediation delivery system for introducing supersaturated oxygen or other gaseous substrates into groundwater. When suspended in 2-inch wells, either new wells or existing monitoring wells, iSOC infuses high levels of oxygen or other gases into groundwater ...

Nutrisulfate - Sulfate Enhanced Bioremediation

by Tersus Environmental, LLC     based in Cheyenne, WYOMING (USA)

Enhanced aerobic bioremediation technologies such as the iSOC gas inFusion technology or the use of oxygen releasing compounds such as TersOx are commonly used to accelerate naturally occurring in situ bioremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons, and fuel oxygenates such as MTBE and TBA, by indigenous microorganisms in the subsurface.  However, ...

Model Microlife - Bioremediation Microbial Products

by Kazanci Environmental Technics     based in Kadikoy, TURKEY

Water and soil is restored by Microlife DCB series bioremediation products and the environment is balanced to promote the generation of life.  In applications held at anoxic water medium the septic sludge accumulated at the base of the ecosystem is degraded by means of biological oxidation. Since the microorganisms in Microlife prevent the ...

In Situ Biological Technology

by Euremtech     based in Zelzate, BELGIUM

Stimulate microbial activity : create the ideal conditions for biodegradation.

ABC - In Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR)

by W.V.R.B. nv/sa     based in Brugge, BELGIUM

Operation: Comedian of electron acceptors and electron donors (biological reductive dehalogenation) Product : ABC: Anaerobic pollution remediation.

HydroRemed - Bioremediation of Free Product in Ground Water

by Sarva Bio Remed, LLC     based in Emigsville, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

HydroRemed is a bioremediation solution for in situ treatment of free product or fuel oil in ground water thereby effectively reducing the levels of BTEX compounds (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene) usually relased by fuels in ground water. HydroRemed like other products reduces the time required for remediation of ground water that ...

RegenOx PetroCleanze - In Situ Chemical Oxidation Technology

by REGENESIS     based in San Clemente, CALIFORNIA (USA)

RegenOx PetroCleanze is a customized formulation of the widely used RegenOx in situ chemical oxidation technology. The primary function of RegenOx PetroCleanze is to increase the desorption rates of hydrocarbons bound in saturated soil and make them available for more efficient and rapid treatment using a range of enhanced recovery technologies.

Waterloo Emitter - Model 703 - Enhanced Bioremediation Device

by Solinst Canada Ltd.     based in Georgetown, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Waterloo Emitter is a simple, low cost device designed for the bioremediation of contaminated groundwater. Sized to fit 2', 4' and 6' (50, 100 and 150 mm) wells and boreholes, can be installed in stacks vertically or horizontally to ensure full coverage of the contaminant plume. The controlled release of oxygen and various other amendments ...

EOS - Model 100 - Water-Mixable Vegetable Oil Based Organic Substrate

by EOS Remediation, LLC     based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

EOS 100 is a water-mixable vegetable oil based organic substrate which provides a longlasting source of carbon for enhanced in situ anaerobic bioremediation. EOS 100 is shipped as a concentrate; simply mix with water to instantly create an injection-ready oil solution.

BioVent Systems

by Environmental Remediation Equipment Inc. (ERE)     based in St. Leonard, QUEBEC (CANADA)

Specifically Designed for Ex-situ Bioremediation Soil Piles.

Model ET-DSP - In-Situ Thermal Remediation Techonology

by McMillan-McGee Corp.     based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA)

ET-DSP takes advantage of the electrical resistive properties of soil creating conditions of increasing temperatures in an underground formation to a sufficiently high level thereby driving contaminants to separate from soil particles.

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