chlorinated solvents remediation Videos

  • Biological Degradation of Chlorinated Solvents and Groundwater Remediation Video

    Dr. Jeremy Birnstingl, managing director of REGENESIS Europe, discusses the biological degradation of chlorinated solvents and groundwater remediation. Groundwater remediation is necessary because of the widespread release of chemicals into both soil and groundwater. Groundwater remediation can help remedy the negatively affected soil and groundwater. Watch this video about groundwater ...


    By Regenesis

  • Regenesis Remediation Services: Michigan Superfund Site

    A former manufacturing facility in Western Michigan was redeveloped into an active golf course. The USEPA took over responsibility for cleanup of the chlorinated solvents that remained. Regenesis Remediation Services (RRS) was contracted by a leading consulting firm to implement a remediation design to address the chlorinated VOC plume with concentrations as high as 3,000 ...


    By Regenesis

  • EOS BAC 9 How to - Video

    Bioremediation cultures are a low-cost way to optimize and increase microbial activity. For treatment of chlorinated solvents, cultures can be injected directly into the aquifer or applied to onsite bioreactors. BAC-9 is a microbial consortium of Dehalococcoides sp. enriched to degrade PCE and TCE completely to ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • Groundwater Remediation using 3-D Microemulsion Saves Time and Money Over Emulsified Oil Video

    3-D Microemulsion is an injectable electron donor emulsion technology. It is specifically designed to provide the controlled-release of three highly effective electron donors, including lactic acid, to drive the enhanced reductive dechlorination process at sites impacted with chlorinated solvents. Once injected, the emulsified material moves into the subsurface pore spaces forming micelles and ...


    By Regenesis

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