MFA scientist demonstrates practical and sustainable in situ TCE DNAPL remediation

Author: g-mfa Published: June 15, 2010

James Peale recently authored an article titled Successful ISCR-Enhanced Bioremediation of a TCE DNAPL Source Area Using EHC® and KB-1® for the Summer 2010 issue of the journal Remediation. The article, which was co-authored with Dr. James Mueller and Josephine Moline of Adventus Americas, Inc., describes the combined application of sophisticated in situremediation technologies for a chlorinated solvent dense, non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) source. The remedial action objective was achieved less than a year after injection, with 99.9% mass removal of TCE. For questions, please contact Mr. Peale.

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