Our patented environmental remediation products are truly different, and they represent genuinely unique chemistries. If you have a site that would benefit from our leading edge technologies, please fill out our online site evaluation for a free cost estimate today!
As the prime developer of the original EHC® ISCR reagent, staff now at
Provectus know that Provect-IR is a genuine improvement on the ISCR
process and its older product formulations. Provect-IR uses carbon
substrate more efficiently and therefore is more cost effective. Remedial designs can use less amendment and get expected results without excessive methane generation.
More effective means of metal immobilization/ISCR that minimizes
production of methylmetal(loids) for safer, more effective, long-term
Persulfate-based ISCO reagent that is unique in terms of its safety (no
extreme activators; no heat generated) and effectiveness, as it actively
integrates ferrate chemistry and enhanced bioremediation as part of the overall treatment process – only ISCO reagent designed to manage
Water-soluble amendment to effectively control methane production when combined with various ERD amendments (e.g., [emulsifi ed] oils, lecithin, lactates, molasses, sugars, etc.) or conventional ISCR reagents.
Developed in collaboration with AquaBlok, LTD subaqueous caps can be constructed more effectively by minimizing gas ebullition and contaminant methylation.
Liquid, antimethanogenic ERD amendment that can be applied via screened systems. By inhibiting methanogenesis, this is a more efficient, longer-lived and safer ERD approach.
In collaboration with National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) EZVI Technology and the selective power of Provectus’ Provect-CH4™ methanogen inhibitors to yield a genuinely new, antimethanogenic DNAPL technology that is capable of direct in situ destruction of chlorinated solvent DNAPL sources.
Proprietary formulation of hydrophilic carbon source + inorganic nutrients, vitamins, minerals and buffering agents to enhance biological processes for accelerated aerobic biodegradation of organic compounds.