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Articles & Whitepapers
Choosing the Right Product for Ex Situ Petroleum Bioremediation
Selecting the right product for ex situ petroleum bioremediation comes down to usability factors. Both Petrox and Custom Blend products quickly degrade petreleum in soil. The average petrolem removal rate for Petrox bioremediation is 68 mg/kg/day. The average removal rate for Custom Blend is 1,315 mg/kg/day. The actual field results can vary depending of the effective distribution if microbes in ...
4 Popular Soil Stabilization Methods for Better Ground Stabilization
Currently, the soil stabilization market is growing at a rapid pace due to the ever-increasing construction activities. Companies are looking for reliable methods to support ground stabilization ...
Webinar: Groundwater Remediation: Best Practices and Technology
Topics Include: Design and implementation of in situ remediation options including injection, fracturing, shallow soil mixing and thermal. The specialized equipment utilized to deliver liquid and solid amendments into soil and groundwater ...
The Effects of Polypropylene Fibers and Geogrid Reinforcement on Expansive Subgrade Strength
Photographs of Field Applications of Bioaugmentation
How Does MB Crusher`s Shaft Screener Help Increase Productivity?
What material can the MB-HDS Shafts Screener Process? Let’s have a look at construction sites around the world
Equipment & Solutions
Fine Granular for Soil Remediation
Blastox 215 is used for soil stabilization. It is a derivative of the same chemical formulation as that found in our Blastox product. Its smaller particle size provides more reactive surface which is beneficial when stabilizing heavy metals for contaminated soil remediation projects. Due to the low dose rate and competitive pricing, Blastox® 215 is becoming an effective resource for many ...