In Situ Thermal Remediation (ISTR) Market Trends

Through recent competitive proposals it has become obvious that the ISTR market is trending towards a more competitive, commodity-style product. While TerraTherm often ranks high on quality and approach, there is an obvious need to reduce base pricing in order to stay competitive for the smaller, more straightforward sites.

Tier One Pricing Solution:

TerraTherm’s history of uninterrupted success provides an impetus for clients (e.g., Federal, State, and Private) to consider TerraTherm’s Tier One solution for ISTR sites. Tier One offers a simpler and more streamlined In Situ Thermal Desorption (ISTD) project delivery approach, focusing on essential project elements and price optimization. Key elements are presented in the Table below. Depending on project needs, some Tier One elements may apply, but others may not. However, when a full Tier One approach is applicable, a savings of 20 to 30% or more can be realized, as compared to a Non-Tier One TerraTherm project.

Tier One Elements Defined:

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We want to hear from you! We’d be happy to work with you and determine the best fit for incorporating Tier One elements at your site.

References:

Site Evaluation Questionnaire

Tier One Info Sheet

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About Kelly Clemons

Ms. Kelly Clemons is a Technical Sales Representative at TerraTherm. Ms. Clemons currently manages technical sales inquires, treatability studies, and participates in related conceptual design development and report writing. To request information about a potential site please feel free to contact her at kclemons@terratherm.com
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