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Remediation Video: Migrating Plume Treatment with PlumeStop™

Regenesis Remediation Services (RRS™) recently worked on a site in the Southeast that was contaminated with high levels of TCE. RRS used a combined remedies approach to treat the contamination. PlumeStop™ was applied to stop the TCE plume from migrating off-site while 3-D Microemulsion®, CRS® and BDI® Plus were used to treat the source contamination. …


Case Studies from Chlorinated Solvent Remediation Webinar Now Available

On February 18, REGENESIS hosted a webinar titled “In Situ Remediation Strategies for Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwater”. Special guest Steven Sittler, Senior Project Manager at KERAMIDA Inc., presented case studies and discussed how enhanced reductive dechlorination and bioaugmentation were used on-site. During the presentation, Mr. Sittler stressed the importance of the “3 D’s” – Donor, …


New REGENESIS Project Profiles Available Online

REGENESIS recently updated our online Project Profile library. From brownfields to Department of Defense pay-for-performance sites, the Project Profile library highlights our most recent remediation projects.  Below are a few examples of our latest Project Profiles. To view the entire library, click here. ORC® Advanced Pellets Utilized as Part of Combined Remedy Approach at Ohio Brownfields Project The …


Award-Winning Project on Bioremediation of PCE DNAPL Featured in Pollution Engineering Magazine

Regenesis was featured in the February 2014 issue of Pollution Engineering magazine. 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 …


Advanced Site Characterization and Combined In-Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) / Enhanced Bioremediation Achieve 90% Mass Removal at Large Petroleum Site

An on-site storage tank released 5,000 gallons (19,000 liters) of petroleum hydrocarbons at a site in Northern Ontario, Canada. The project was managed and completed by Vertex, a Canadian environmental remediation company, specializing in in-situ treatment. In order to strategically pinpoint the location of hydrocarbon mass and most effectively target the delivery of remedial reagents, …