• Provectus Welcomes Troy Lizer

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PROVECTUS WELCOMES TROY LIZER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ( PRLOG ) – January 7th, 2020. Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. is excited to announce that Mr. Troy Lizer has joined the firm as Technical Sales Director – North America. Troy is located in North East Ohio and joins us after 8 years at a leading chemical manufacturing […]

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  • Conceptual model of sulfidated nZV (Dimin Fan - Environmental Science & Technology)

    Free Mackinawite – from Provectus

    Question: Are you convinced of the cost benefit associated with buying mackinawite or sulfidated ZVI (s-ZVI)? Answer: We have seen aqueous mackinawite slurry ( ca . 10% FeS) sell for about $3.50 to $4.00/USG (and that’s buying 90% water and other inactive ingredients!), and we have seen sulfidated ZVI sell for about $3 to >$15/lb. Comparatively, our […]

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  • Provectus Announces Technology Partner for Germany

    PROVECTUS ANNOUNCES TECHNOLOGY PARTNER FOR GERMANY PROVECTUS MÖCHTEN IHREN TECHNOLOGIE PARTNER FÜR DEUTSCHLAND VORSTELLEN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – (BUSINESS WIRE) – October 22, 2019 Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. (Provectus), in collaboration with our technology partners at E. Elgressy (Israel), is pleased to introduce Sensatec, GmbH as our exclusive representative for Provect-“EBR®” applications in Germany. In Zusammenarbeit mit unseren Technologiepartnern bei E. Elgressy (Israel) freut sich […]

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  • ERD-CH4 + DVI Liquid ISCR Amendment

    LIQUID ISCR AMENDMENT Provectus’ ERD-CH4+ technology represents the latest advancement in environmental biotechnology by combining the proven biochemistry of enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) fermentable carbon sources with cold water-soluble dual-valent iron (DVI) and – where appropriate – our antimethanogenic reagents (AMRs) to yield a truly unique, liquid ISCR (in situ chemical reduction) reagent. As outlined herein, this […]

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  • The 411 on ‘709

    INDUSTRY AWARENESS LICENSEES FOR UNITED STATES PATENT 7,531,709 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – (BUSINESS WIRE) – July 23, 2019 Provectus holds an exclusive license to US Patent 7,531,709 (‘709) with rights to sublicense the technology. We previously announced that an Ex Parte Reexamination was requested by On-Materials, LLC (a former licensee). Upon completion of rigorous review and […]

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  • Recent Advancements in Remedial Technologies – Summer 2019

    Quiz: Over the past year, Provectus has introduced which of the following remedial technologies to the industry: □  Provect-“EBR®” in situ generator of reactive oxygen species (ROS) to destroy contaminants and permanently remove them from the aquifer. □  PlumeCrud™ “Trap-and-Release” medium to transiently bind contaminants and temporarily stop plumes. □  Provect EZVI-CH4® antimethanogenic ISCR reagent […]

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  • Well Treatment Using Provectus Environmentals Scrud Remover

    Well Treatment Using Provectus’​ Scrud By Robert Meyer – Project Manager at Gregg Drilling, LLC Last week we started a project in Northern California using Scrud Remover Well Cleaner made by Provectus Environmental Products. Scrud is used by first developing an existing well, then placing the material into the screened zone of the well. After 24 hours, we came […]

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  • Technologies That Excite Workshop Tour 2019

    Buongiorno, a nome di BAW, Provectus Environmental Products, Ivey International, Microbial Insights, Sensatec, Geo-Log, QED Environmental Systems ed in collaborazione con Syndial, Università di Roma La Sapienza, RemTech Expo, FISE Assoambiente, Assoreca, Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Taranto, Politecnico di Bari, ho il piacere di invitarti a uno dei 3 Workshop in programma in Italia […]

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  • ISCO de Mayo – Provectus Turns 5

    Over the past 5 years, Provectus has developed Provect-OX®, Provect-OX2™, Provect-“EBR®” and other ISCO technologies with a focus on improved safety, ease of use, permanence of performance (manages rebound) and expanded implementability (ISCO Permeable Reactive Barriers). These technologies are typically more cost-efficient and offer tangible technical benefits over conventional ISCO approaches. For example, base activation […]

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  • New ISCO Technology, Ideal for PRB Applications

    Quiz: After reading this release I now know that the Best Available Technology for treating plume constituents such as 1,4-dioxane, MTBE, BTEX (and potentially PFAS) is: □ Transiently trap them on granular activated carbon, for eventual release at a later point in time. □ Temporarily stop the plume using smaller activated carbon pieces, for eventual release at a […]

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