ORIN successfully treated contaminated unsaturated soils using BAM treatment material in conjunction with chemical oxidation while simultaneously mixing soils with an excavator. Approximately ten 80yd3 batches of soil were transferred to a treatment area where they were treated with Fenton’s Reagent. Following the completion of the Fenton’s reaction, approximately eight cubic yards of BAM
Corrosion of an oil water separator at an operating locomotive service building resulted in the release of LNAPL into the subsurface. ORIN successfully treated soil and groundwater utilizing a combination of in-situ chemical oxidation and vacuum extraction. Nine injection points were advanced to an injection interval of 15 to 10 ft bgs using Geoprobe
ORIN conducted a pilot test to treat groundwater contaminated with PFAS using BAM, a pyrolized cellulosic material. BAM was mixed with water and injected through 46 DPT points encompassing PZ-1 and MW-5. A total of 4,445 gallons of BAM solution was injected through the 46 points. During injection activities, BAM was observed in PZ-1.
Leaks from underground storage tanks resulted in the release of LNAPL free product into the subsurface. The plume has since migrated across a busy road to a nearby residential area. ORIN successfully injected treatment chemistry into 7 drilled injection points on the gas station property and 13 points on residential properties. Approximately 10,000 gallons
ORIN successfully conducted two pilot tests to treat groundwater contaminated with chlorinated solvents using BAM, a pyrolized cellulosic material. BAM was mixed with water and injected through 4 and 6 DPT points encompassing MW-03 and MW-04 respectively. A total of 700 and 1,200 gallons of BAM solution was injected through the 4 and 6
ORIN successfully treated BTEX contaminated groundwater utilizing ORIN’s patented Bioavailable Absorbent Media (BAM). The primary contaminants, Benzene and Xylene, were prevalent in the two monitoring wells on site. ORIN utilized DPT in order to pinpoint the targeted areas with higher Benzene and Xylene concentrations. A vacuum truck was utilized during chemical injection to remove