ORIN had just traveled to southern Alabama to successfully reduce concentrations of benzene and naphthalene in groundwater utilizing in-situ chemical oxidation. The site is a former military base with a targeted treatment area of approximately 1,800 square feet. The client elected to implement DPT injection of a peroxide-based reagent to reduce COC concentrations in groundwater
ORIN has completed work at a former gas station in western Nebraska utilizing in-situ chemical oxidation with vacuum extraction. A dual phase extraction system was previously in place, but was not sufficient in meeting the site clean-up goals. The contaminants of concern at this site were benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene (BTEX). The treatment chemistry
ORIN returns from central Nebraska having completed in-situ chemical oxidation project at an active gas station. The objective of this project was to eliminate dissolved phase benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene (BTEX) compounds. Activated sodium persulfate combined with calcium peroxide was chosen as the right treatment chemistry. Delivery of the treatment chemistry was performed by
ORIN had the opportunity to travel to Ft. Buchanan near San Juan, Puerto Rico to conduct an Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination injection (ERD). The project was designed to treat contaminated groundwater affected with chlorinated solvents. A series of drilled injection wells and DPT injection points were utilized to deliver the electron donor, carbon substrate solution.