What You Need To Know About Thermal Remediation For MGP Sites
Originally broadcast on Oct 13, 2021
When a manufactured gas plant (MGP) site is identified for treatment, the typical remediation approach can be expensive and involve hazards for crews and the community. Any time you excavate contaminated soil and transport it for treatment or disposal, you are introducing potential safety and liability issues.
Luckily, in situ thermal remediation (ISTR) is often a safe and cost-competitive alternative.
In this webinar, Vice President of Thermal Technology John LaChance will briefly introduce the primary ISTR technologies, their applicability, and their primary removal mechanisms at MGP sites. He will discuss the key design considerations for varying conditions and remedial goals, and present a real-life example of an MGP site that was recently remediated with ISTR – including analysis and discussion of the potential role in situ smoldering may play at some sites in the removal of creosote/coal tar. John will also cover projects where the goal was not complete removal but volatilization of the low boiling point compounds and in situ immobilization of the high boiling point compounds, such as heavier range TPH and PAHs.