Site Characterization Applications

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  • Category: Soil & Groundwater ×

  • Subcategory: Site Characterization ×

Solutions for the in-situ soil remediation

by The BioSolve Company     based in Lexington, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

For over twenty years, BioSolve Pinkwater has been used for Surfactant Enhanced Remediation (SER) to mobilize and solubilize residual NAPL[i], facilitating its recovery and disposal. Depending on soil and plume characteristics, Pinkwater solution can reach contaminated zones through deep injection wells or be gravity fed from surface level injection galleries. After desorbing residual NAPL from soil surfaces on contact, Pinkwater then solubilizes the hydrocarbons in an aqueous emulsion, enabling extraction at down gradient recovery wells or trenches.

Site characterization for development

by Advanced Geosciences, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Site characterization for development.

Online water analysers for process water and waste water industry

by LAR Process Analysers AG     based in Berlin, GERMANY

Process and waste water are the most challenging water for instrumentation. Mostly, these water are characterized by highly fluctuating loads, very high salt concentrations as well as a high particle density. Hence, the accurancy and speed of measurement depends on the measurement system itself and the used oxidation technique. Obviously, application-specific analysers provides huge advantages against standard analysers, that are used for every application.

Contaminant Site Investigation Applications

by Westbay Instruments     based in Burnaby, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Characterization of contaminated groundwater requires detailed monitoring to eliminate data gaps, improve predictive numerical models, and track remedial efforts. The Westbay System is a reliable, cost-effective technology for obtaining detailed information, enabling groundwater professionals to carry out comprehensive and defensible contaminant site investigations and long-term monitoring.

Mercury monitoring for aircraft research measurement

by Tekran Instruments Corporation     based in Knoxville, TENNESSEE (USA)

An examination of the literature shows that the Tekran 2537 is the choice for measurements of mercury aboard research aircraft. Several research groups in Europe and North America have used the Tekran 2537 on an aircraft platform for point source plume studies, free troposphere speciation characterization, vertical profiles, characterizing emission source regions and even the stratosphere (http://www.caribic-atmospheric.com/instrum/hg.html). Normally, the Tekran 2537 requires simple modifications for aircraft studies. Ask us to point you to past research, collaborating research groups and technical information if you are interested in mercury aircraft studies.

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