Contaminants Treated

Our products have been demonstrated to deliver results across a wide range of contaminants; including petroleum hydrocarbons, oxygenates, chlorinated solvents, pesticides, energetics and metals. To learn more about your contaminant challenge and a suggested treatment approach, please see below, or download our comparison chart (pdf).

Chlorinated Solvents

BTEX

PAHs

Oxygenates

Petroleum Hydrocarbons

Phenols

Chlorobenzenes

Fluorinated Compounds

Pesticides & Herbicides

Miscellaneous

Energetics

Heavy Metals

  • Antimony
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    Antimony

    A lustrous gray metalloid, usually mined as a sulfide, that is found in discharge from petroleum refineries, fire retardants, ceramics, electronics and solder.

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  • Mercury
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    Mercury

    A shiny silver-white metal, mercury is the only metallic element that is liquid under normal environmental conditions. The most toxic forms of mercury are its organic compounds, including dimethylmercury and methylmercury.

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  • Arsenic
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    Arsenic

    A metalloid used mainly for strengthening alloys of copper and especially lead, that could be found as a result of erosion of natural deposits or runoff from orchards, glass and electronics production wastes.

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  • Barium
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    Barium

    A soft silvery metallic alkaline earth metal that is found in discharge from drilling wastes and metal refineries, and from erosion of natural deposits.

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  • Cadmium
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    Cadmium

    A heavy metal that is used in the smelting of iron, copper and lead ores and in pigments, batteries and metal plating. Exposure is primarily from burning of fossil fuels and incineration. It is listed as a possible carcinogen by the EPA (Group B1) and may lead to lung and kidney disease. The maximum contaminant level goal set by EPA for groundwater is 5 ppb.

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  • Chromium
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    Chromium

    A steely-gray, lustrous, hard and brittle metal which takes a high polish, resists tarnishing, and has a high melting point, found in discharge from steel and pulp mills, and erosion of natural deposits.

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  • Cobalt
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    Cobalt

    A hard, lustrous, silver-gray metal. The main source of the element is as a by-product of copper and nickel mining.

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  • Copper
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    Copper

    A ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity, found in corrosion of household plumbing systems and erosion of natural deposits.

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  • Lead
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    Lead

    A soft and malleable metal, which is regarded as a heavy metal and poor metal, that could be found due to corrosion of household plumbing systems or erosion of natural deposits.

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  • Nickel
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    Nickel

    A transition metal that is hard and ductile, usually distributed evenly in soil but typically accumulates at the surface from deposition by industrial and agricultural activities.

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  • Selenium
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    Selenium

    A nonmetal with properties that are intermediate between those of sulfur and tellurium, found in discharge from petroleum refineries and mines, and in erosion of natural deposits.

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  • Zinc
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    Zinc

    A bluish-white, lustrous, diamagnetic metal, most commonly used as an anti-corrosion agent, and can be found at high levels in industrial or mining areas.

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