Over the years, we have successfully treated thousands of sites impacted by hazardous contaminants around the globe. To search our case studies, please use the filters provided at the right or enter a search term such as type of site (e.g. dry cleaner) or location (e.g. Florida).
Terramend® was used to treat soil impacted with 40,000 liters of crude oil along a remote stretch of highway north of Perth, Australia. The remediated soil was then used for gravel pit rehabilitation.Terramend® Reagent Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Soils impacted with Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) and Pentachlorophenol were treated in situ and ex situ in an independent study for the US EPA Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) program. Terramend® reagent supported removal of all target compounds in soil at the Domtar Wood Preserving site.Terramend® Reagent PAHs Phenols
Following a truck accident on one of the main motorways in northern Italy, about 3,000 L of 1,2-dichloropropane was released into the ground, causing an immediate contamination of the soil and groundwater. 55,000 kg of EHC® Reagent was injected into a triangular grid of 42 injection points from one to six meters bgs.EHC® ISCR Reagent Chlorinated Solvents
EHC® in situ integrated biological and chemical reduction (ISCR) technology was used to treat chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons (CAHs) safely, rapidly, and effectively at a manufacturing facility.EHC® ISCR Reagent Chlorinated Solvents
The EHC® PRB was installed as a line of direct push injection points across the width of the plume. Twelve years after the installation the PRB is still supporting >90% reduction in inflowing CT concentrations and the downgradient plume has reduced significantly in size and concentration.EHC® ISCR Reagent Chlorinated Solvents
EHC Metals Reagent is now a part of the MetaFix portfolio of customizable reagents. EHC Metals Reagent has been shown to effectively immobilize lead (Pb) from groundwater at a former battery recycling facility in Brazil.MetaFix® Reagents Heavy Metals
MetaFix was applied at various dosages (0.5%, 1.0%, and 2.0% w/w) to compare field performance of mercury stabilization via SPLP testing.MetaFix® Reagents Heavy Metals