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In Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR)

At a Glance

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Mechanism:

Treatable Contaminants:‚‚

Concentrations:

Biogeochemical Reduction

Combines biological and chemical reduction to treat contaminants

Treats specific chlorinated contaminants

(PCE, TCE, DCE and VC)

Treats moderate to low concentrations

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Time:

Conditions:

Applications Frequency:

Rapid treatment time

(weeks to months)

Works in saturated and unsaturated zones

Single application effectiveness

(Usually applied with an electron donor like 3-D Microemulsion)

 

In Situ Chemical Reduction (ISCR) Overview

ISCR combines both biological processes and metallic particle driven abiotic pathways to chemically reduce chlorinated contaminants into harmless end products. ISCR agents are typically applied in combination with an electron donor type substrate which creates a biologically induced reducing environment. The incorporation of iron as metallic particles or ferrous salts (Fe2+) can enhance chlorinated contaminant remediation by enabling various chemical reduction pathways. The application of ISCR is also often used in conjunction with electron donor substrates like 3-D Microemulsion® to limit the formation of undesirable chlorinated contaminant breakdown products such as Cis-DCE and vinyl chloride.

REGENESIS welcomes the opportunity to provide you and your team with the tools you need to successfully plan and execute your next in situ chemical reduction project.

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