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Provectus provides biotechnology-based remedial solutions that effectively manage complex, challenging environmental liabilities, while saving our clients significant time and money. Our technically superior remedial solutions are proven to treat a wide range of organic contaminants by accelerating their natural attenuation in soil, sediment and groundwater.


CURRENT NEWSLETTER:


July 2016 (View Now)

            • Letter From The President: An Appreciation for Professional Skepticism
            • Where Is All This Methane Coming From? (Click here to read full paper)
            • Provectus Welcomes Mr. Matt Geary – Director Business Development.
            • Provectus Expands Ocean Asia Operations
              • Provectus Asia – We are very pleased to announce the establishment of TED Technology Co. Ltd. Through this new business entity, we manufacture Provectus products for timely delivery and cost-effective use throughout Ocean Asia. Please contact Mr. T.K. Huang at TKHuang@provectusenvironmental.com or (+886) 2 8655-8001 with any questions or requests for assistance.
              • Taiwan Environment Scientific Co. Ltd. (TESC) – We are excited to announce an exclusive teaming agreement with TESC ( www.TESC.com.tw) to utilize Provectus products in Taiwan. “TESC recognized the superior performance chemistries and industry leadership from Provectus, and we made the obvious decision to offer these proven technologies to our clients”, stated Mr. Daniel Chang, CEO of TESC. From our perspective here at Provectus, we know well that the remediation experts at TESC will properly utilize our technologies where they represent the safest, most effective, and most cost-efficient solutions. Please contact Ms. Tracey Hsu at ju.ting@tesc.com.tw or +(866)-7-6231588 ext.1205 with any questions or requests for assistance.
              • Provectus Australia – We are very pleased to announce a strategic alliance with Mr. Peter Storch, P.E. and his new company Professional Remediation Engineering headquartered in VIC, Australia. Peter will provide our clients in Australia and Ocean Asia with technical support of the highest caliber coupled with a clear focus on client service. Please look forward to hearing from Peter and learning more about our portfolio of remedial technologies. You can contact Peter via email at peter.storch@provectusenvironmental.com or (+61) 427 782 681.
            • WHAT’S IN THE BAG? – Provect-IR ® Antimethanogenic ISCR Reagent (Read full report HERE).
            • Methane Zone – New Remediation Guidance Document: (View the The Methane Zone here)

ARCHIVED NEWSLETTERS:


December 2015 (View Now)

                • Letter From The President: Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, Happy New Year!
                • TECHNOLOGY UPDATE: Provect-OX® Combined Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) / Enhanced Bioremediation Reagent
                  • US PATENT ISSUED: The US Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent Number 9,126,245 describing the combined use of ferric oxide and persulfate to yield safer, more effective remedial actions via non-extreme persulfate activation coupled with sustained secondary biotreatment. International filings have been submitted for the EU, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Japan and Mexico. We freely market this advanced persulfate-based ISCO technology globally using our preferred chemical suppliers.
                  • MADE IN THE USA: Provect-OX® is now manufactured and warehoused in Toledo, Ohio. It is provided as a pre-blended (self-activating) material containing proper ratio of sodium persulfate and ferric oxide for safe, easy use. It is available in various packaging sizes: 50 lb bags, 500 lb super-sacs, 1,000 lb super-sacs or 2,000 lb totes.
                • CORPORATE NEWS: Provectus Welcomes Dr. J. Greg Booth, Ph.D.
                • INTERNATIONAL UPDATE: Provectus Expands European Presence – Italy and Spain
                  • In collaboration with our partners at BAW S.r.l (www.baw-env.it/), we participated in the REMTEC Exhibition (September 18-20, 2015) in Ferrara, Italy. We thank everyone for visiting us and for your most enthusiastic reception of our next-generation ISCR and ISCO technologies. Contact: Mr. Claudio Sandrone (+39) 334-5715645 or techsupport@baw-env.it.
                  • We initiated manufacturing of our Provect-IR®, Provect-IRM®, Provect-CH4® and Provect-OX® products in Europe, with unique formulations available for the treatment of groundwater or soils impacted by petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated pesticides, nitrogenous energetic compounds (explosives), heavy metals and/or chlorinated solvents.
                  • We expanded our European Presence by entering a Strategic Partnering Agreement with GeoStream, Spain (www.geostream.es). With additional offices in Brazil, Italy, and the UK we look forward to combining our technologies with the best-in-class customer service offered by GeoStream. Contact: Mr. Matteo Dei (+34) 653800022 or m.dei@geostream.es.
                • Other Noteworthy Items:
                  • NEW EPA VI GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
                  • Request a Private Webinar – Technical and Educational – NOT just another Sales Pitch!

July 2015 (View Now)

                • Letter From The President
                • Licensing Announcement: Provectus Enters Asia Pacific Marketplace
                • Highlighted Technology: Provect-OX™ Combined Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) / Enhanced Bioremediation Reagent
                  • Provect-OX™ Case Study One (View PDF)
                  • Provect-OX™ Case Study Two (View PDF)
                  • Provect-OX™ Case Study Three (View PDF)
                • Other Noteworthy Items:
                  • Scientific Presentations and Tradeshows:
                    • RE3 Conference & Exposition (Philadelphia, PA) – September 15-17, 2015.
                      Presentation: Mueller, J., S. Aluani, E. Pujol, B. Dayharsh, J. Henderson and B. Meyer. (2015). Potential Consequences of Excessive Methane Production Following ERD and Conventional ISCR Treatment: Case Studies and Remedial Alternatives.
                    • RemTech Expo (Ferrara, Italy) – September 23-25, 2015.
                      Presentation: (Sept 24 at 15:30 to 16:30 A room)
                      Mueller, J. and C. Sandrone. (2015). Genuinely New, Applied Environmental Biotechnologies for the 21st Century*. View Link *BE SURE to rigorously compare and critically evaluate the Provectus presentation with that offered by PeroxyChem, LLC entitled “New and advanced technologies for enhanced in-situ bioremediation for groundwater contaminated with chlorinated solvents: technical considerations.”
                    • Florida Remediation Conference (Orlando, FL) – October 8-9, 2015.
                      Presentation: Mueller, J. and C. Nelson, R. Rivera, J. Hull, G. Booth and J. Haselow. (2015). Integrated Control of Methanogenesis to Improve the Performance of Conventional Remedial Technologies
                    • Remediation Workshops.
                      Technologies to Manage Excessive Methane Production during ERD and Conventional ISCR Treatment: Case Studies and Remedial Alternatives.
                      Upcoming Dates and Locations:

April 2015 (View Now)

                  • Letter From The President
                  • Licensing Announcement: Provectus Enters the EMEA Marketplace Working with BAW s.r.l
                  • Highlighted Technology: EZVI-CH4™ Antimethanogenic ISCR Technology for DNAPL Treatment
                  • Safety Moment: See our NEW easy-opening, safe handling, NO SHARPS polyethylene-lined, recycled paper bags
                  • Technologies Resources Update:
                    • ABC-CH4 Liquid, Antimethanogenic ERD Reagent Safety Data Sheet
                    • EZVI-CH4 Antimethanogenic ISCR Technology for DNAPL Treatment Technical Data Sheet
                    • Provect-CH4 Handling and Application Guidelines (v1)
                    • Provect-CH4 Technical Note No.3 – Impact of Methane Inhibitors on Bacteria and Archaea
                    • Provect-IR Handling and Application Guidelines (v3)
                    • Provect-OX™ Self-Activating ISCO / Enhanced Bioremediation Reagent Technical Data Sheet (v6)
                    • Provect-OX™ Technical Note No.5 – Leachate and Wastewater Treatment
                  • Other Noteworthy Items:
                    • Scientific Presentations:
                      • Rehm, B., J. Peterson and J. Mueller. (2015). Antimethanogenic ISCR Reagent for Improved Heavy Metal Immobilization. Battelle’s Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies. May 18-21, 2015 Miami, Florida.
                      • Nelson, C. and J. Mueller. (2015). Antimethanogenic Supplement for ERD Amendments. Battelle’s Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies. May 18-21, 2015 Miami, Florida.
                      • Hull, J. and J. Mueller (2015). Technology for Inhibiting Methanogenesis during In Situ Sediment Treatment. Battelle’s Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies. May 18-21, 2015 Miami, Florida.
                      • Molina, J.F., J. Henderson, S. Prince and J. Mueller. (2015). Remedial Actions in Colombia – Challenges and Progress to Date. Battelle’s Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies. May 18-21, 2015 Miami, Florida.
                      • Mueller, J. and J. Haselow. (2015). Antimethanogenic, Liquid ERD Amendment for Safer Remedial Actions. Battelle’s Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies. May 18-21, 2015 Miami, Florida.
                      • Peale, J., M. Scalzi, T. Fowler, M. Montgomery, T. Boyd and J. Mueller. (2015). Antimethanogenic ISCR Reagent for Safer, More Efficient Remedial Actions. Battelle’s Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies. May 18-21, 2015 Miami, Florida.

December 2014 (View Now)

                  • Letter From The President
                  • Technologies Resource Update:
                    • Provect-IR / IRM Handling and Application Guidelines
                    • Provect-IR / IRM Longevity Analysis
                    • Provect-IR / IRM Sampling and Analysis Guidelines
                    • Provect-IR / IRM Technical Note – H2 Equivalence and Release Profile
                    • Provect-IR /CH4 Technical Note – Impact of Methane Inhibitors on Bacteria and Archaea
                    • Provect-IRM Solid, Antimethanogenic Reagent for ISCR and Heavy Metal Stabilization Technical Data Sheet
                    • ABC-CH4 Liquid, Antimethanogenic ERD Reagent Technical Data Sheet
                  • Highlighted Technology: Provect-OX™ Self-Activating ISCO / Enhanced Bioremediation Reagent
                  • Other Noteworthy Items:
                    • Provectus Joins the Remediation Workshop Tour
                    • Provectus Offers Private Seminars on Remediation Technologies
                    • Scientific Presentations:
                      • Mueller, J., A. Karachalios and T. Fowler. 2014. Controlling Methane Production during ERD and ISCR Applications. Pollution Engineering News. [UPDATED WITH COMPLETE TABLES]
                      • Hull, J., M. Scalzi and J. Mueller. (2015). Reasons and Technology for Inhibiting Methanogenesis during In Situ Sediment Treatment. Battelle’s Eighth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments. January 12-15, 2015. New Orleans, LA.
                      • Mueller, J., M. Scalzi, A. Karachalios, L. Kinsman and J. Peale. (2015). Controlling Methane Production during ERD and ISCR Remedial Actions. RemTEC Summit, March 2-4, 2015. Westminster, CO.
                      • Mueller, J., M. Scalzi and J.F. Molina. (2015). Safer, More Effective ISCO Remedial Actions using Non-Extreme Persulfate Activation to Yield Sustained Secondary Treatment. PTAC 2015 Soil and Groundwater Forum, April 15, 2015 (tentative date). Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
                      • Mueller, J., M. Scalzi, W. Meese, S. Aluani and E. Pujol. (2015). Improved ISCR Reagent for Safer, More Efficient Remedial Actions. Controlling Methane Production during ERD and ISCR Remedial Actions. AEHS West Coast Conference, March 23-26, 2015. San Diego, CA.
                      • Hull, J., J. Collins, M. Scalzi and J. Mueller. (2015). Approach to Inhibit Methanogenesis during In Situ Sediment Treatment. MGP Conference, April 15-17, 2015. Providence RI.
                      • Mueller, J., S. Aluani, B. Dayharsh, J. Henderson and B. Meyer. (2015). Potential Consequences of Excessive Methane Production Following ERD and Conventional ISCR Treatment: Case Studies and Remedial Alternatives. Environmental Show of the South, April 22-24, 2015. Gatlinburg, TN.

August 2014 (View Now)

              • Letter From The President
              • Summary of Provectus Technologies
                • Provect-CH4™
                • Provect-IR™
                • Provect-OX™
                • Provect-IRM™
                • ABC-CH4™
                • AquaBlok-CH4™
              • Highlighted Technology: Provect-IR™ Solid, Antimethanogenic ISCR Reagent
              • Other Noteworthy Items:
                • FDEP Acceptance of Core Provectus Technologies
                • Job Board: Director – Technology Applications
                • Scientific Presentations:
                  • Mueller, J., A. Karachalios and T. Fowler. (2014). Controlling Methane Production during ERD and ISCR Applications. Pollution Engineering News (in press).
                  • Hull, J. M. Scalzi and J. Mueller. (2015). Reasons and Technology for Inhibiting Methanogenesis during In Situ Sediment Treatment. Battelles Eighth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments. January 12-15, 2015. New Orleans, LA.
                  • Mueller, J., M. Scalzi, A. Karachalios, L. Kinsman and J. Peale. (2015). Controlling Methane Production during ERD and ISCR Remedial Actions. RemTEC Summit, March 2-4, 2015. Westminster, CO.
                  • Mueller, J., M. Scalzi, W. Meese, S. Aluani and E. Pujol. (2015). Improved ISCR Reagent for Safer, More Efficient Remedial Actions. Controlling Methane Production during ERD and ISCR Remedial Actions. AEHS WEST COAST CONFERENCE, March 23-26, 2015. San Diego, CA.