A noteworthy REGENESIS project was recently featured in an issue of Pollution Engineering magazine. The article highlighted the remediation of an active dry cleaning facility that was contaminated with high levels of PCE including DNAPL. This award-winning project provides a strong case for the performance and cost savings that can be realized through the use of injectable, controlled-release hydrogen substrates to facilitate in-situ, enhanced anaerobic biodegradation. When considering the overall performance, cost savings, ability to maintain ongoing commercial site operations, minimal site disturbance and low health and safety risk, this approach was proven to be highly effective. Overall, the project surpassed the expectations of the client, exceeded the project sign-off goals proposed to the regulators and achieved site closure in January of 2013.
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