• Gregg Drilling Safely Injects ERD-CH4™ Liquid Antimethanogenic ISCR Technology

    Gregg Drilling Safely Injects ERD-CH4™ Liquid Antimethanogenic ISCR Technology By Robert Meyer – Project Manager at Gregg Drilling & Testing Inc. Last week we completed another successful In-Situ Enhanced Reductive Dechlorination project in the South Bay Area for an Environmental Engineering firm. Our team was able to overcome a series of logistical hurdles including water […]

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  • Searching for the Right ISCR Amendment? Safer, Modern, Most Effective, and Field Proven Alternatives

    Provectus Solid ISCR Amendments … safer, modern, most effective, field proven circa March, 2004 (San Diego, CA): during a discussion between scientists now at Provectus and Dr. Dick Brown (retired) regarding the emerging concept of injecting ZVI + fermentable carbon into an aquifer (see abstract AEHS, 2004), Dr. Brown coined the term “ISCR (the dark side of […]

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  • Integrated real-time remote monitoring (source Field Environmental Instruments, Inc. - Pittsburgh, PA)

    Environmental Forensics Support – Sediment Environments

    Integrated real-time remote monitoring (source Field Environmental Instruments, Inc. – Pittsburgh, PA) Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. has teamed with recognized experts to help manage sediment impacts via specialized assessment, predictive analysis, and – where appropriate – remedial design support and implementation oversite. Working in collaboration with RPs, environmental engineers, technical consultants, governmental regulators, and the academic community […]

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  • Provectus Welcomes Mr. Will Moody

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — (PRLOG) – August 16, 2017. Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. is excited to announce that Mr. Will Moody has joined the firm as Director of Business Development. Will is located in our newly established New Jersey office. Will joins us after 14 years at a premier remediation firm with offices in the mid-Atlantic […]

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  • FDEP Selects Terracon Team and Provect-OX … Because It’s Greater Than One

    FDEP Selects Terracon Team and Provect-OX® … Because It’s Greater Than One In collaboration with Terracon and Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc., Provectus recently procured a highly competitive Innovative Technology award issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Division of Waste Management / Petroleum Restoration Program. The Program solicited performance-based contracts to help manage […]

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  • Provect-OX: It’s Greater Than One

    Provect-OX® Self-Activating ISCO / Enhanced Bioremediation Reagent In 2014, Provectus debuted Provect-OX® as the industry’s first self-activated, persulfate-based ISCO amendment specifically designed to support sustained bioremediation processes and therefore minimize or prevent rebound (US patent 9,126,245). Our most advanced formulations of buffered Provect-OX® utilize Terr-OR™ as a stabilizer for reactive ferrate (patents pending). Forthcoming expirations […]

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  • Advanced EZVI Formulations for the Remediation Industry

    ADVANCED EZVI FORMULATIONS FOR THE REMEDIATION INDUSTRY Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. offers the most advanced, cost efficient formulations of the NASA-patented Emulsified Zero Valent Iron (EZVI) technology to the remediation industry.  Millions of pounds of EZVI have been used successfully at locations throughout the United States (including Superfund sites) and in Canada, France and Australia […]

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  • Carbon Isotope Source Tracking – Aquifer/Groundwater Assessment

    Carbon Isotope Source Tracking – Aquifer/Groundwater Assessment Purpose: Confirm conclusively ecosystem gas source during microbial degradation processes. Example: Is CH4 at the site below originating from the remedial amendment carbon or residual TPH related to former fuel USTs located downgradient of the treated area? Anaerobic biodegradation of TPH being enhanced by nutrients et cetera emanating […]

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  • Carbon Isotope Source Tracking – Soil Gasses

    Carbon Isotope Source Tracking – Soil Gasses Purpose: Confirm conclusively ecosystem gas source during microbial degradation processes. Example: Is CH4 at the site below originating from the remedial amendment carbon or residual TPH related to former fuel USTs located downgradient of the treated area? Anaerobic biodegradation of TPH being enhanced by nutrients et cetera emanating […]

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  • ISCO and/or ISCR – How to Decide in 2017?

    ISCO AND/OR ISCR – HOW TO DECIDE IN 2017? This presentation is an update of the paper by Mueller and Brown (2008). The objectives are to: i) review general and advanced examples of in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO), in situ chemical reduction (ISCR), and related technologies, then ii) summarize initial screening criteria and guidelines to […]

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