VaporRemed Product Case Studies

Eliminates fuel oil fumes

VaporRemed rapidly and permanently eliminates fumes from heating oil and fuel oil spills. VaporRemed is a bioremediation agent that eliminates fumes by treating the source.

VaporRemed is not a deodorizer, a fume suppressant or an air freshener. It actually eliminates fumes via the source.

VaporRemed is available in a ready-to-use liquid form and can be sprayed directly on a surface to remove odor from concrete and wood. It has been used to eliminate the strong odor of heating oil from the clothes of oil company and maintenance shop employees.

Homeowners and heating oil companies find VaporRemed to be an easy-to-use, do-it-yourself solution for eliminating heating oil fumes. In fact, some of the oil companies carry VaporRemed as a part of their toolbox kit. VaporRemed is available in gallons as well as liters.



Reports and case studies

Maryland DEP's document on heating oil release lists VaporRemed for managing odors (link).

Report on reduction of odor using Photo Ionization Detector (PID) values under a concrete slab (link) and letter of closure (link).

Cleanup of 250 gallons of No. 2 heating oil using VaporRemed in Ohio (link).

A residential heating oil spill in Virginia TPH values reduced by VaporRemed. (link).

Vapor reduction and mitigation with VaporRemed in a residence in VA (link).

Homeless in Cincinnati a pictorial report on DIY spill cleanup in a house (link) and transcript of a phone interview with the homeowner (link).

VaporRemed treated both soil and groundwater at a residential heating oil spill in PA  (link).

Oil spill cleanup in a basement with VaporRemed in PA (link).

Report on DIY oil spill cleanup in a house with just a gallon of VaporRemed in New York (link).

Just a gallon of VaporRemed for oil spill cleanup in Canada (link).

Testimonial about the elimination of kerosene odor from the car (link)

An incident report on the release of Home Heating Oil under pressure due to the nozzle being delinked from the hose in late October 2018. See Video