Soil Bioremediation News

  • Delta Remediation is Awarded Federal Grant for Bioremediation Research with Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

    Delta Remediation is proud to announce that it was recently awarded a federal grant for R&D initiatives regarding Bioremediation and BioLogix technology. Objectives of the research are To further validate BioLogix BioRemediation in a lab setting by a respected third party To standardize methodologies for completing bench scale studies To  cultivate a ...


    By DELTA REMEDIATION INC

  • Green Grass and Bioremediation Success

    Have you ever looked at your neighbor’s lawn and wondered how they grow such green grass? You quickly hop on the internet and search for tips and tricks to a greener lawn only to find there’s no simple solution, there’s work involved. The principle of having to take care of your lawn in order to produce results is reflected across most areas of work. People working in ...

  • Patent for Perchlorate Bioremediation Granted

    The US Patent Office has granted a patent for bioremediation of perchlorate-contaminated media to Michael Saul of CL Solutions, Cincinnati, Ohio and Andrew Irwin of Irwin Engineers, Natick, Massachusetts. The patent is based on the successful application of a novel approach to in situ bioremediation of nitrate and perchlorate in soil, ground water and sediments at a site in Massachusetts.   ...


    By CL Solutions, LLC

  • Got LNAPL?

    It's a hot topic these days—the question of how to remove pure product hydrocarbons (a.k.a. “LNAPL” – Light Non Aqueous Phase Liquid) from soil and groundwater seems to be on everyone's lips. We're talking about it too—for a number of years, we have been supplying ...

  • Media advisory: dig it! exhibit preview Oct. 1 in Omaha

    Exclusive Media Preview on Oct. 1 for: Dig It! The Secrets of Soil  Who: Area Media Where: The Durham Museum – 801 South 10th Street, Omaha, NE When: Friday, October 1, Noon – 5PM What: Preview of a new exhibition, Dig It! The Secrets of Soil Be one of the first to see Dig ...

  • Smithsonian exhibition reveals impact of soil

    Starting on Saturday, October 2, visitors to The Durham Museum will enjoy a journey into the skin of the earth and explore the amazing world of soils in the new exhibition, Dig It! The Secrets of Soil. Completely familiar yet largely unknown, soils help sustain virtually every form of life on Earth. Still, it is said that we know more about the dark side of the moon than we do about the Earth ...

  • Through microbes, nitrogen alters soil carbon cycle

    Soil scientists studying bacterial communities in hardwood forests have found evidence that extra human-derived nitrogen deposited from the atmosphere can change the composition of the soil microbial community, with implications for carbon cycling and sequestration. Don Zak and Sarah Eisenlord from the University of Michigan conducted a study on the response the soil bacterial community to levels ...

  • Help students think like soil scientists

    Emphasizing cross-disciplinary concepts in teaching soil science courses, such as mass-volume relationships, can help undergraduates learn real-world, problem-solving skills that are crucial to their success in soil science careers. Drs. Josh Heitman and Michael Vepraskas, North Carolina State University Soil Science Department, highlighted this need for quantitative measurement skills in an ...

  • EOS® selected as bioremediation product for Indiana TCE groundwater plume

    EOS Remediation product and design engineers worked with the consulting firm GeoTrans, Inc., a Tetra Tech Company, and Visteon Corporation to pilot test enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) as a remedy for a massive TCE groundwater plume emanating from a former manufacturing facility in Indiana (more than a 1,000 feet wide, 8,000 long ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • EOS selected as bioremediation product for massive Indiana TCE groundwater plume

    Past use of tricholoroethene (TCE) at a manufacturing facility in Indiana created a contaminated plume of groundwater approximately 1,000 feet wide, 8,000 feet long, and up to 75 feet deep.  The plume has impacted a regionally significant unconfined aquifer.  EOS 598B42 emulsified oil product was the selected electron donor for the bioaugmentation pilot test that was completed at the ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • Bioremediation amendment injection into low permeability soil and weathered bedrock

    Project: EHC® Treatment of Chlorinated Ethenes, Ethanes, and Methanes in Saprolite Soils and Partially Weathered Rock, Manufacturing Facility – Western NCSummary:Field scale pilot tests were performed to evaluate the performance of enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons (CAHs) at a manufacturing facility in western North Carolina. The key CAHs found in ...


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