In cases where a site assessment has led to the selection and design of a remediation program involving the subsurface application of fluids (e.g. chemical sorbents, oxidants, reductants, etc.) it pays to verify the assumptions used in the remediation design before implementation of the full remediation program.
Design Verification Testing (DVT), also referred to as Flux Zone Verification, is a term used to describe a suite of field sampling/testing activities carried out before implementing a subsurface substrate injection program. The purpose is to verify that the subsurface conditions at the selected application location match those conditions used in the design. Performing the Flux-Zone Verification step provides critical data input to the design team allowing to adjust the necessary elements in the design. These design adjustments significantly improve substrate placement and result in an overall improvement in remedial performance and reduction in overall project cost.
The Flux Zone Verification Technical Bulletin provides an overview of the process performed by REGENESIS Technical Services that results in better remediation results and lower project costs. Please access the technical bulletin by clicking the link below.