Your Trusted Partner in
Thermal Remediation

TerraTherm partners with leading engineering firms, government agencies, corporations, and property owners in flexible, cooperative relationships to achieve cleanup goals.

Our experienced project teams and patented technologies are based on over 20 years of successful experience and R&D in the thermal remediation of soil, rock, and groundwater.

Your Trusted Partner in Thermal Remediation

TerraTherm partners with leading engineering firms, government agencies, corporations, and property owners in flexible, cooperative relationships to achieve cleanup goals.

Our experienced project teams and patented technologies are based on over 20 years of successful experience and R&D in the thermal remediation of soil, rock, and groundwater.

TerraTherm treats a wide range of organic chemicals and some metals

Contaminants

Offering dynamic thermal remediation technologies

Providing more technologies than any other thermal remediation company allows us to customize the most advantageous and affordable environmental solutions to fit any site’s soil type, permeability, contaminants, and location.

Recent News from TerraTherm

Meet Jeff Brink

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Meet Jeff Brink

After serving as a Senior Project Manager for TerraTherm for 3 years, Jeff Brink is now serving as our Regional Sales Manager for the western states….

How Can High Temperature Tackle Recalcitrant Contaminants?

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How Can High Temperature Tackle Recalcitrant Contaminants?

Sites with coal tar, PAHs, PCBs, pesticides, dioxins, PFAS, heavy hydrocarbons, and mercury are tough to work on. The chemicals involved are hard to treat using…

15 Years Work Anniversary

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15 Years Work Anniversary

If you have been involved in one of our thermal projects, you have most likely met our Construction Foreman and Senior Operator, Dennis Callahan. We are…

A Global Leader in Thermal Remediation

ERH Remediation of Active Gas Station

Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH) was selected to address both soil and groundwater impact within the source area. Underlying geologic units included sandy silt, fill, dense till, and a deep gravel outwash. Due to their varying electrical conductivities, different voltages and currents were applied to the distinct soil layers using a system of stacked electrodes.

  • Electrodes were placed across the steeply sloping 12,800 ft2 treatment area
  • Heating extended to a maximum depth of 52 ft below ground surface
  • 19,000 lbs of contaminated mass removed

TCH Treatment of Creosote and SVOCs to 350°C at former Wood Treatment Facility

This is the largest high temperature ISTR project ever undertaken at a wood treatment site. The only alternative deemed capable of achieving the unrestricted land use goal was soil excavation followed by off-site incineration. The thermal solution was approximately 40% lower cost than the excavation/incineration alternative for this F-listed waste.

  • 785 thermal wells, including 654 heater-only and 131 heater-vacuum wells at 7 ft spacing at the site
  • Contaminants: Petrachlorophenol, PAHs, creosote, (wood) and dioxins
  • The target temperature to achieve destruction and removal of all COCs including dioxins was 335°C.

Dioxin Treatment at Da Nang Airport – Phase 2

Soil and Sediment contaminated with dioxins due to the disposal of Agent Orange at the former military airfield in Da Nang , was excavated and loaded into a specially designed and constructed pile 6m tall and roughly the size of a football field.

  • Heaters: 1,254
  • Volume:
    • Phase 1 – 43,348 m3
    • Phase 2 – 49,071 m3
  • Goal: 150 ppt for 2,3,7,8-TEQ
  • Results: 8.9 ppt for 2,3,7,8-TEQ
  • TerraTherm received the EBJ 2018 Business Achievement Award for Project Merit in Remediation.

SEE/TCH Remediation at an Active Manufacturing Facility

TCH was implemented for the treatment of contaminated soils and groundwater within a building located in Florida. TCH combined with SEE was implemented as a supplemental action to the primary site remedy – groundwater pump and treatment.

  • 90% of target treatment zone located under a building
  • The primary COCs included trichloroethene (TCE), 1,1-dichloroethene (1,1-DCE), vinyl chloride (VC), and 1,4-dioxane (although not specifically targeted for the vapor stream)
  • The total mass removed was approximately 4,000 lbs in the vapor phase and another 800 lbs in the liquid phase

Webinars & Conferences

TerraTherm provides the expert resources, advice, and designs you need to answer your questions and make the right decisions. We help you to determine which technology options are best for your site, design the optimal project to meet your goals, and find the most cost-effective solution. To sign up for one of our webinars to learn more about us, view our calendar of upcoming webinars and conferences.

Sites cleaned using our thermal technologies
Projects completed utilizing high temperature thermal suitable for PFAS, PCB, Dioxins, and PAHs
Pounds of contaminated mass removed from the environment
OSHA recordables for the past five years
Experience Modification Rate