Geochemistry Applications

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  • Category: Soil & Groundwater ×

  • Subcategory: Geochemistry ×

Metal Stabilization

by Graus Chemicals, LLC     based in Glendale, ARIZONA (USA)

In-situ geochemical fixation using a chemical reductant such as Remotox (calcium polysulfide) converts the soluble toxic metals into insoluble non-toxic compounds. Remotox has proven to be effective under a wide range of conditions. It is considered more stable and persistent than other reductants in subsurface environments, and is relatively safe to handle in the field and easy to apply.

Analytical services for mining industry

by Maxxam Analytics     based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Maxxam provides the mining industry with comprehensive analytical testing services including water, soil and air quality parameters. Analytical testing ranges from metal leaching and acid rock drainage, to Ecotoxicology services and environmental chemistry. We are accredited for specific analytical tests related to mining test regulations and requirements. Along with being accredited for tests such as environmental chemistry and acid mine drainage, below is an excerpt of the laboratory’s current scope of accreditations:

Data analysis and visualization tools for soil contamination

by C Tech Development Corporation     based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA)

C Tech is known worldwide for our innovative approaches to Soil contamination modeling. Soil contaminant data can often span 6 orders of magnitude or more. Extremely high gradients coupled with limited budgets make it very challenging to develop reasonable models of contaminant distributions. EnterVol incorporates C Tech’s proven expert systems to conquer the challenging process of developing reasonable volumetric plume models. EnterVol provides the ability to present reams of complex geologic and environmental contamination data in a form that is easily comprehended by a judge, jury or the public. In our world where 3D models are commonplace on television, environmental litigators cannot afford to present complex geochemistry data with graphs and charts. You need defensible, data driven models with the realism to win the jury’s minds and the statistical foundation and sound science to stand up to the most rigorous cross examination.

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