Articles & Whitepapers
XDD Environmental assisted Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) by treatability testing several remedial technologies for carbon tetrachloride (CT) and tetrachloroethene (PCE) impacted groundwater at an active explosive research and storage facility. The bench testing evaluated several applicable remedial technologies: Catalyzed Hydrogen Peroxide (CHP) Alkaline Activated Persulfate ...
Case study - Coupling ISCO and anaerobic bioremediation at Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base wins state award of environmental excellence
Site Description: The Naval Submarine Base in Kings Bay, Georgia (a former landfill) was impacted with VOCs due to buried drums. Contaminants: PCE and its degradation products at concentrations of ...
Equipment & Solutions
IXPER 75C Calcium Peroxide is used for enhanced aerobic bioremediation. This is a process in which organic contaminants found in soil and/or groundwater are degraded by indigenous or inoculated microorganisms transforming them to innocuous end products. This product can be used to degrade a variety of contaminants including petrochemical spills and other aerobic biodegradable compounds.