Answers to Your (Burning) Questions about In Situ Thermal Remediation
With so many options for remediation out there, can In Situ Thermal Remediation (ISTR) provide a solution for your site? And how do you know which…
Can Thermal Remediation be Your Most Cost Effective Alternative?
“The successful completion of this project resulted in a cost avoidance of $218M by reducing the environmental remediation timeline by 140 years.” These words reflected on…
Answers to Your Questions about In Situ Thermal Remediation and Subsidence Risks
More and more frequently, In Situ Thermal Remediation (ISTR) is used to treat contamination located below buildings, roadways, and other critical infrastructure. Subsidence (vertical downward movement…
What Is Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH) and How Does It Work?
When you are new to the thermal remediation industry, choosing the best technology can be overwhelming and confusing. Each heating technology has its own strengths and…
What is In Pile Thermal Desorption (IPTD®)?
If you are not familiar with thermal treatment, then In Pile Thermal Desorption (IPTD®) is something you have probably never heard of before. You may be…
An Introduction to Thermal Conduction Heating (TCH)
Learn what thermal conduction heating (TCH) is, how it works, and the contaminants it is most suited to treat.
Can Thermal Remediation Be Sustainable?
Thermal technologies can be sustainable remediation options. Learn how environmental impact can be reduced while still meeting site needs.
3 Key Things to Know About Vapor Monitoring at a Thermal Remediation Site
Vapor monitoring is key to any thermal project, but is subject to unique challenges. Take a look at the top 3 vapor sampling factors that ensure success.
How to Get the Best Proposals From Your Bidders, Part 2
Going through the RFP process can be a major headache. As a consultant, you not only have to write the request, but then go through the…
How to Get the Best Proposals From Your Bidders, Part 1
You have carefully characterized the site, evaluated remedial technologies, and determined that in situ thermal remediation (ISTR) is the best option. The next step is to…
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