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  • World's Largest Remediation Site
    Hong Kong's Kai Tak Airport, the world's busiest airport in 1997, became the world's largest remediation site once it was closed. When the airport was decommissioned in 1999 in favor of the new Chek Lap Kok Airport, the government planned to rapidly clean up the site for commercial and residential
  • Has "IN SITU" Remediation Replaced "Activated Carbon PUMP & TREAT" in the Groundwater Market? (.pdf)
    that on all remediation conferences, such as AEHS, National Groundwater, Battelle, and others, 100% of the technical papers and most of the vendor exhibits deal with In-Situ, and negligible papers and vendor exhibits from Pump & Treat or sorbents such as activated carbon, Organoclay being the rare
  • A Winning Combination
    Creosote and other non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) are responsible for high pump-and-treat costs in groundwater remediation because, due to their molecular size, they tend to clog activated-carbon pores quickly. The result is frequent change outs, which renders the pump-and-treat method too
  • West Coast Aerospace Manufacturer Signs Agreement to Treat Perchlorate Contamination
    In June 2002, Siemens Water Technologies commenced a two-year contract with a major manufacturer in the aerospace industry for the remediation of perchlorate. This client repairs and reloads solid rocket motors for the Department of Defense and NASA. During the rebuilding process, older fuel
  • University of Waterloo Skip to the content of the web site.
    into the treatment of contamination in groundwater. Technologies developed and refined at UW are cleaning up groundwater effectively and cheaply, and bringing profits back to Canada from overseas markets. "The program here has had a major influence on the way people think about remediation, " says Prof

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