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eNewsletter: September 29th, 2015

Check out the new REGENESIS® eNewsletter! Features include: New Technical Bulletin, in which we discuss the sorptive capacity of PlumeStop®, a new technology that rapidly reduces groundwater contaminant concentrations Case study detailing the use of in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) to remediate BTEX and MTBE at a Superfund site in Arizona Special information about our …


REGENESIS June 2015 e-Newsletter

REGENESIS recently sent out their June 2015 e-Newsletter. Featured topics included ISCO Reagent Selection – What Your Site Might be Telling You, Treating Benzene and Diesel to Non-Detect in One Month, and New PlumeStop™ Technical Bulletins on Distribution, Biodegradation and Regeneration. In case you missed it, you can check out the full archived version by …


Webinar Recording on PlumeStop Hosted by MSECA Now Available

Jeremy Birnstingl, Vice President of Environmental Technology at REGENESIS, shared an exciting presentation during a recent webinar in association with MSECA, highlighting new PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon technology. PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon is a new in situ technology by REGENESIS that quickly captures contaminants and accelerates biodegradation, while drastically shortening the timeframes for reaching groundwater …


MSECA Hosts Special Webinar Presentation

We are pleased to announce that Jeremy Birnstingl, Vice President of Environmental Technology at REGENESIS, will be presenting a live webinar as a guest speaker for the Midwestern States Environmental Consultants Association (MSECA) on Thursday, June 18, 2015. During this webinar, Dr. Birnstingl will provide an overview of PlumeStop Liquid Activated Carbon, a new in …


Webinar Presentation: In Situ Remediation Strategies for Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwater

While enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) has become an accepted and successful remediation approach, these projects are often not as simple as they might seem. In order to achieve optimal performance at ERD sites, project managers need to carefully consider the strategic planning, design and injection of electron donor materials and specialized bioaugmentation cultures into targeted …