Client Spotlight: Chris Poulsen

When Chris Poulsen, Principal Engineer for Farallon Consulting, looks to the future of environmental remediation, he sees a two-sided coin of sorts – on side showing job security due to the high demand for environmental services, and the other reflecting how far we still need to go to treat the multitude of contaminated sites. He shares, “During my first job in consulting, a manager at Union Pacific Railroad told me all of the environmental cleanups would be finished before the year 2000. Today there is no shortage of work, and with emerging contaminants such as PFAS, we are going to need more engineers in the foreseeable future.”

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PetroFix Reduces Benzene by 99% Positioning the Site to Achieve Regulatory Closure

This case study reviews a retail petroleum station with a petroleum hydrocarbon plume in groundwater originating from the UST pit and extending offsite across a roadway and onto another commercial property. After evaluating a range of remedial options, the environmental consultant CGRS specified PetroFix as the most economically feasible option to quickly remediate the benzene plume and achieve site closure.

Apply Activated Carbon Under Low Pressure to Treat Petroleum Hydrocarbons

PetroFix is an activated carbon remediation technology that is easily injected in situ under low pressure, distributes in the subsurface without fracturing, and includes electron acceptors to stimulate biodegradation of petroleum contaminants in soil and groundwater. This cost-effective technology is designed to remediate petroleum spills and provide immediate results for gas station and UST sites. It works with the PetroFix Design Assistant™, an online design tool that enables users to individually tailor their site designs and self-apply PetroFix.

Protection of a Chalk Stream Using an In-Situ Permeable Reactive Barrier with PetroFix and ORC Advanced

This video shows a project where the integrated remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons in soils and groundwater was carried out by Rake Remediation. It was a sensitive project, due to the location next to a chalk stream. The use of an injectable in-situ permeable reactive barrier (I-PRB) made protection of the stream safe and simple, reducing remediation time and cost. The barrier consisted of the REGENESIS technologies PetroFix and ORC Advanced.

REGENESIS CEO Scott Wilson Discusses Inspiring the Next Generation About Sustainability and the Environment

President and CEO of REGENESIS, Scott Wilson, was recently featured in an article released by Authority Magazine titled, “5 Things We Must Do to Inspire the Next Generation About Sustainability and the Environment.” He discusses how to inspire sustainability, the initiatives that REGENESIS is taking to address climate change and sustainability, and lifestyle tweaks that the general public can do to be more sustainable and help address the climate change challenge. Read the full article below.

Now Available: Webinar with Leading Remediation Industry Expert Jack Sheldon of Antea Group

In this webinar we were pleased to have a special presentation by Jack Sheldon, Senior Remediation Specialist at Antea Group. His presentation discussed validating the role of PetroFix® technology for the remediation practitioner’s toolbox. He was joined by Todd Herrington, Global PetroFix Product Manager at REGENESIS.

Webinar on PFAS Regulations and a Low-Cost Solution to Eliminate Risk via In-Situ Treatment

In this webinar we are pleased to have as a special guest speaker Rosa Gwinn, PhD PG, Global PFAS Technical Lead at AECOM. Dr. Gwinn’s presentation will take a look at where PFAS regulations started and where they may be headed globally, including the United States. She will be joined by Scott Wilson, President & CEO at REGENESIS, who will share the latest developments about colloidal activated carbon’s use in the remediation industry as a low-cost method of eliminating PFAS risk. The webinar recording is now available.