• Potential Consequences of Excessive Methane Production Following ERD and Conventional ISCR Treatment: Case Studies and Remedial Alternatives

    Potential Consequences of Excessive Methane Production Following ERD and Conventional ISCR Treatment: Case Studies and Remedial Alternatives MSECA – October 21-22, 2016 At some sites, excessive production of methane has been observed following the addition of organic hydrogen donors such as (emulsified) oils, lecithin, sugars and conventional ISCR reagents. This is because methanogens are commonly […]

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  • Provectus Expands Ocean Asia Operations

    (TESC and the Provectus Team!) 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 […]

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  • Where Is All This Methane Coming From?

    Stable-carbon (δ13C) and naturally occurring radiocarbon (14C) analyses can conclusively identify methane sources in soil gasses, groundwater, vadose soils and ambient/indoor air. Methane in ecosystems can originate thermogenically from regions of petroleum formation deep within the earth and/or via microbial fermentation of organic carbon and microbial reduction of carbon dioxide.  Because methanogens/Archaea are often the […]

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  • Letter From The President – An Appreciation for Professional Skepticism

    Circa July 2014, Provectus introduced to our industry the concept of controlling methanogenesis during in situ remedial actions that employed conventional ERD or ISCR technologies. Since that time, we have effectively integrated our Provect-CH4® antimethanogenic reagents (AMR) into ERD-CH4®, Provect-IR®, Provect-IRM®, EZVI-CH4™, and AquaGate®-CH4™ (multiple patents issued/pending) yielding improved ( i.e., safer, more efficient, more […]

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  • August 2016 Newsletter

    Letter From The President – An Appreciation for Professional Skepticism Circa July 2014, Provectus introduced to our industry the concept of controlling methanogenesis during in situ remedial actions that employed conventional ERD or ISCR technologies. Since that time, we have effectively integrated our Provect-CH4® antimethanogenic reagents (AMR) into ERD-CH4®, Provect-IR®, Provect-IRM®, EZVI-CH4™, and AquaGate®-CH4™ (multiple […]

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  • The Methane Zone – Volume 4

    In this Volume, we are distributing industry reports that discuss issues associated with methane production, exposure, and monitoring. We hope you find them useful. NEW REMEDIATION GUIDANCE DOCUMENT February 22, 2016 the State of Michigan published guidance for practitioners involved with in situ remediation (see link). With specific regards to methane and its potential impacts, recommendations […]

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  • Provectus Welcomes Mr. Matt Geary

    CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — (PRLOG) – May 9, 2016. Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. is very pleased to announce that Mr. Matt Geary has joined the firm as Director – Business Development. Matt is located in our newly established Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office. Matt will center his efforts on developing focused, strategic solutions to address the needs of […]

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  • Provectus Announces New European Locations

    PROVECTUS ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS, INC. NEW LOCATIONS IN EUROPE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — (PRLOG) — APRIL 21st, 2016: Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. (Provectus) – the developer and exclusive global provider of Provect-CH4®, Provect-IR®, Provect-OX®, ERD-CH4® and other patented and patent-pending, truly unique soil and groundwater remediation technologies – is pleased to introduce Dr. Manfred Schafhauser as a […]

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  • The Methane Zone – New Remediation Guidance Document

    Please see the most recent issue of “The Methane Zone” for: i) New guidelines for remedial practitioners published by the State of Michigan, ii) An informative video-link on the importance of monitoring methane; and iii) A recent paper by Molofsky et al 2016  that quantitatively evaluated three methods for collecting and analyzing dissolved methane and […]

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  • Reasons and Technology for Controlling Excessive Methanogenesis during Remedial Actions: Case Studies and Remedial Alternatives

      Reasons and Technology for Controlling Excessive Methanogenesis during Remedial Actions: Case Studies and Remedial Alternatives MAEP TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER – Howell, Michigan At many groundwater remediation sites, excessive production of methane has been observed following the addition of organic hydrogen donors such as (emulsified) oils/lecithin, sugars and conventional ISCR reagents. This is because methanogens are […]

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