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Welcome to our thermal soil remediation blog series! We're excited to share with you how we use heat to eliminate hazardous pollutants and create sustainable land. In this series, you'll learn about Thermal Conduction Heating, Steam Enhanced Extraction, and Electrical Resistance Heating. We'll provide you with expert insights, case studies, and resources to help you succeed in the field. Keep reading!

Frequently Asked Questions About High Temperature Thermal Conductive Heating for PFAS

Frequently Asked Questions About High Temperature Thermal Conductive Heating for PFAS

Treating soil impacted with Per- and Polyfluorinated Substances (PFAS) is difficult to do using traditional remediation methods due to their recalcitrant nature.  Because of their chemical properties, they…

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How to Implement ISTR in Complex Geologic Settings

How to Implement ISTR in Complex Geologic Settings

Having a good understanding of geology, groundwater flow, and contaminant distribution is essential to designing an effective thermal remedy. Having an accurate conceptual site model (CSM)…

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Frequently Asked Questions about Low Temperature Thermal Remediation

Frequently Asked Questions about Low Temperature Thermal Remediation

Thermal remediation is a powerful technology, but you might be concerned about the amount of infrastructure and energy required to produce the level of heat that…

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Why In Situ Thermal Remediation Should be Considered for Treatment of MGP Sites

Why In Situ Thermal Remediation Should be Considered for Treatment of MGP Sites

Are you remediating a former Manufacturing Gas Plant (MGP) site and considering excavation, in situ soil mixing/stabilization, or in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO)?  Then you might…

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In Situ Thermal Remediation in Hazardous (Classified) Areas

In Situ Thermal Remediation in Hazardous (Classified) Areas

In-situ thermal remediation (ISTR) has been widely applied to treat highly contaminated source zones at current and former industrial and military sites. In many cases, these…

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PFAS Thermal Remediation: Should It Be On Your List of Options?

PFAS Thermal Remediation: Should It Be On Your List of Options?

The need for remediation of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) is growing substantially as a result of increased regulatory attention to this emerging contaminant. Stockpiles of…

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Your Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Thermal Remediation

Your Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Thermal Remediation

Thermal remediation is a robust method that has been used to treat some of the world’s most heavily contaminated sites over the last two decades, but…

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Can You Remove SVOCs Using Thermal Remediation?

Can You Remove SVOCs Using Thermal Remediation?

Many of the removal mechanisms for SVOCs are the same as for VOCs, they just happen at a higher temperature, due to the generally higher boiling point and stability of the SVOC chemicals. Learn how we treat SVOCs using thermal remediation

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Thermal Treatment of VOCs: A Proven Technique for Source Zone Cleanup

Thermal Treatment of VOCs: A Proven Technique for Source Zone Cleanup

Have you ever wondered how a contaminant with a boiling point above 100°C can be volatilized and removed at temperatures near the boiling point of water?…

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Can You Combine Remediation Technologies? – 2023 Update

Can You Combine Remediation Technologies? – 2023 Update

Addressing Complex Remediation Sites With the onset of improved treatment technologies and a better understanding of remediation processes, sites once considered too challenging or complex are becoming viable…

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