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Oxygen Release Compound (ORC®) Bulletins


ORC
Laboratory Studies (1.1.1)
Early Proof-of-Concept in the Field (1.1.2)
Early Commercial Use in Single Wells – (16 site study) (1.1.3)
Cost Comparison–Mechanical Treatment Methods (1.2.1)
Reducing O&M Costs by Monitoring Well Conversion (1.2.2)
Environmentally Safe (1.3.1)
pH Levels (1.3.2)
Disposal Issues (1.3.3)
Basic Theory on the Disposition of Compounds (1.3.4)
Field Results on the Disposition of Compounds (1.3.5)
Source Treatment Applications–Saturated Zone (2.1.1)
Source Treatment Applications–Tank Excavation (2.1.2)
Uses in Chlorinated Co-Metabolism (2.2.2.1)
Uses in Dual Phase Remediation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons (2.2.2.2)
Remediation of Vinyl Chloride (2.2.2.3)
Remediation of Pentachlorophenol (2.2.2.4)
Vinyl Chloride Remediation Field Study (2.2.2.5)
Bioremediation of Nitrochlorobenzene, Nitroaniline, Chloroaniline in Groundwater (2.2.2.6)
ORC Injection Residential Petroleum Remediation in New Jersey (2.2.2.7)
ORC Injection Vinyl Chloride Remediation (2.2.2.8)
Potential for the Bioremediation of Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) (2.2.3.1)
Does Competitive Inhibition Play a Role in MTBE Bioremediation? (2.2.3.2)
Uses in Biopiles (2.3.1)
Quantitative Guidelines for Soil Remediation Applications (Biopiles) (2.3.2)
Study with Dow Chemical on Soil Remediation Applications (Biopiles) (2.3.3)
Use in Existing Monitoring Wells (2.3.4)
Uses in Odor Control (2.3.5)
Iron Fouling (2.4.1.1)
Microbial Fouling (2.4.2.1)
Microbial Enhancement of Aquifer Populations (2.4.2.2)
Compatibility with Underground Tanks and Pipes (2.4.3.1)
Performance in Regions of Higher Salinity (2.4.3.2)
Oxygen Distribution in an Aquifer (2.5.1)
Oxygen Distribution Field Results–Alaska (2.5.2)
Computer Modeling Results for a Full Cut-off Barrier (2.5.3)
Computer Modeling Results for an Iterative Cut-off Design (2.5.4)
Vinyl Chloride Remediation Field Results (3.1.1)
Slurry Injection BTEX Remediation in Michigan (3.1.2)
Oxygen Barrier BTEX Remediation Study with University of Waterloo in Strathroy, Ontario (3.1.3)
Risk Reduction BTEX Remediation Pilot Study in a Clay Aquifer in Michigan (3.1.4)
Excavation Amendment BTEX and PAH Remediation in Florida (3.1.5)
Slurry Injection BTEX Remedation in Kansas (3.1.6)
Slurry Injection BTEX Remediation in New Jersey (3.1.7)
Slurry Injection MTBE Remediation in New Jersey (3.1.8)
ORC Barrier MTBE Remediation in New Jersey (3.1.9)
Tank Excavation and Slurry Injection MTBE Remediation in Wisconsin (3.1.10)
Slurry Injection MTBE Remediation in Wisconsin (3.1.11)
Slurry Injection BTEX Remediation in California (3.1.12)
Slurry Injection BTEX and MTBE Remediation in California (3.1.13)
ORC Injection/Filter Sock BTEX & TPH Remediation in Puerto Rico (3.1.14)
Oxygen Barrier BTEX Remediation in Alaska (3.2.1)
Oxygen Barrier BTEX Remediation in New Mexico (3.2.2)
Risk Reduction BTEX Remediation Using Existing Wells in California (3.2.3)
Oxygen Barrier BTEX Remediation at a Pipeline Spill in California (3.2.4)
Risk Reduction BTEX Remediation Pilot Study in a Sandy Aquifer in Michigan (3.2.5)
Risk Reduction BTEX Remediation Pilot Study in Fractured Bedrock in New Mexico (3.2.6)
Risk Reduction BTEX Remediation in Ohio (3.2.7)
Slurry Backfill BTEX, MTBE, & Naphthalene Remediation in Florida (3.2.8)
Oxygen Barrier BTEX Remediation in Alaska (3.2.9)
Slurry Backfill BTEX Remediation in Washington (3.2.10)
Slurry Injection MTBE Remediation in Pennsylvania (3.2.11)
ORC Injection & HVME BTEX Remediation in Texas (3.2.12)
ORC Injection BTEX & MTBE Remediation in New York (3.2.13)