The Basics of Petroleum Bioremediation

For a brief summary of the basics of petroleum bioremediation follow this link Basics of Petroleum Bioremediation

Overcoming TCE Cometabolism Rate Limits

Aerobic cometabolism of TCE may be limited by the potential microbial toxicity of by products or by product metabolic repression.  An independent comparison of induced cometabolism using soluble methane and CL-Out bioaugmentation showed that CL-Out bioaugmentation removed more TCE.  The TCE removal rate by CL-Out when supplemented with an oxygen source was a steady rate that continued past apparent limits of induced cometabolism.  The significant difference may be in that the population of beneficial microbes that can be added is much higher than the population level that may be achieved through biostimulation.  For a brief summary of the study follow this link Overcoming TCE Metabolic Limits.

Surface Spills to Deep Subsurface Success With Petrox Bioremediation

Petrox bioremediation is used to remove petroleum contamination from soil and water under many different conditions.  From surface spills to deep soil and ground water contamination, Petrox has successfully removed the contamination and environmental risk.  This summary of case studies demonstrates the applicability of Petrox bioremediation to the full range and life cycle of petroleum spills. Click here to view the document.

 

Remove The Tea Bag Without Removing The Building

When a source of ground water contamination or contaminant vapors is present under a building, efforts to mitigate the spread of contamination may continue indefinitely with mounting costs.  Bioremediation may be used to remove the source of vapors or ground water contamination without damage to the building or interrupting operations.

There are many examples of this approach in the case studies on this site.  You can call us to find whether this approach is applicable to your site and the potential cost savings.

Bioremediation Using Petrox EC Under a Factory Floor

Bioremediation Using Petrox EC Under a Factory Floor

Patent Granted for Perchlorate Bioremediation

The US Patent Office has granted a patent for bioremediation of perchlorate in contaminated media to Michael Saul of CL Solutions and Andrew Irwin of Irwin Engineers of Natick, Massachusetts. This patent is based on the application of bioremediation to remediate perchlorate contaminated soil, sediments and ground water at a site in Massachusetts.  CL Solutions and Irwin Engineers collaborated on the the remediation of the site, where the perchlorate concentrations were reduced by orders of magnitude in one year of active treatment.  The project is a featured case study elsewhere on this site.