TCH/ISTD & IPTD
a leader in Thermal remediation technologies and services, offering
the broadest range of technologies available, including; Thermal
Conduction Heating (TCH), Steam Enhanced Extraction (SEE), Electrical
Resistance Heating (ERH), and combinations
of these technologies to meet the requirements of your site.
We provide complete Advise, Design, Build and Operate services.
Our technologies and processes have been proven to remediate essentially
all hazardous organic compounds to levels below regulatory cleanup
Here are a few good reasons to think thermal for your
robust, highly predictable results.
- Our technologies consistently provide the predicted outcomes
- Capable of achieving 100% sweep efficiency within treatment areas
- Reliably achieve the cleanup goals, even to the strictest standards
Capture of Vapors, Prevents Unwanted Contaminant Mobilization
- Our technologies employ a variety of features that ensure that heated vapors are captured and contaminants are not mobilized outside of the treatment zone
competitive costs. Thermal is often the obvious choice.
- No lingering liability issues with discarded waste materials
- No trucking fees, no landfill/disposal fees
- Eliminates long term costs, unpredictable outcomes of
fluid delivery/extraction approaches (e.g. P&T, SVE,
- Reduces total project costs and shortens timeframe to
restore property value
potentially huge increases in property value
- Eliminates Liabilities – Thermal remediation removes
the site owner’s liabilities and restores the value
of environmentally distressed property.
- Can eliminate contaminants in soil to non-detect levels
- Low groundwater concentrations can be achieved to increase
Neighborhood impact with clean, quiet operations
- Eliminates heavy trucks, rerouted traffic, and general
disruption commonly associated with dig-and-haul projects.
a wide variety of applications
- Above and below the water table
- All Organic Contaminants
- In fractured rock
- Beneath buildings
Example of combined TCH (ISTD) and
Steam (SEE) technologies.
- A typical thermal period is 3 to 5 months, with project
timeframes less than 12 months.