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Enhanced Aerobic Bioremediation of chlorinated hydrocarbons such as PCE and TCE

Enhanced Aerobic Bioremediation of Chlorinated hydrocarbons using VaporRemed at a site in PA:

We list a few of our conclusions here: 

 

  • Enhanced aerobic bio-remediation of chlorinated hydrocarbons is demonstrated at various soil matrices.
  • VP 3 is identified as a primary source of Vapor intrusion in the basement; VaporRemed was added to VP 3 to contaminant levels.
  • Sub-slab soil gas samples showed high-levels of PCE that were reduced due to enhanced bioremediation.
  • SB 121 cluster showed enhanced bioremediation in soil due to addition of VaporRemed.

 


What did I do during COVID 19?

I know this question will be coming soon in many households. It is unfortunate that COVID 19 shut down most of the activities. Social distancing does not allow anyone to shake hands or hug each other. Like everyone else, I am also sitting home with no activity. No orders. No fulfillment service. Like a stay home Mom, I have become a stay home, Grandpa.

During my visits to my two granddaughters living in New Jersey, USA, we three somehow got engrossed in storytelling and this, in turn, became story writing and has now become two books ready to be...


Availability of VaporRemed during the lock down

VaporRemed and our other products are available and are ready to be shipped anywhere in the USA.

US Patent No. 10,550,329 B2: Energy Efficient Method for Recovering Oil from Asphalt Waste utilizing Bioremediation.

US Patent No. 10,550,329 B2: Energy Efficient Method for Recovering Oil from Asphalt Waste utilizing Bioremediation.

The US Patent describes a cold water process for producing fuel oil from waste asphalt, oil sands, and other asphaltic material. The process is environmentally friendly and cost-effective. The process does not leave any carbon footprint.

Fuel Oil Spill from Under Pressure Connection from the Tanker: VaporRemed a Friend in Need

Fuel Oil Spill from Under Pressure Connection from the Tanker: VaporRemed a Friend in Need

This is about an unusual incident where the nozzle of the hose connected to an oil tanker separated from parent hose under pressure releasing large amounts of fuel on the driveway, flower bed, walls and glasses of e house. VaporRemed was applied to mitigate fuel oil fumes and remediate the impacted areas.