• Provectus Honors IET’s Patent Rights

    INDUSTRY AWARENESS: PROVECTUS HONORS UNITED STATES PATENT No. 7,531,709 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — (BUSINESS WIRE) — June 15, 2015. There is considerable confusion and speculation in the industry today concerning intellectual property rights as they relate to the combined use of an organic hydrogen donor (e.g., fermentable carbon source) plus a zero valent metal (e.g., zero-valent iron, […]

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  • AquaBlok-CH4™ Technology for Inhibiting Methanogenesis during In Situ Sediment Treatment

    AquaBlok-CH4™ Technology for Inhibiting Methanogenesis during In Situ Sediment Treatment Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies | May 18-21, 2015 | Miami, Florida By John Hull (AquaBlok, Ltd.) and Jim Mueller (Provectus Environmental Products, Inc) Problem: In situ sediment capping remediation systems mitigate the migration of contaminants through sediments. Two generalized approaches are: (1) passive […]

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  • ERD-CH4™ Antimethanogenic, Liquid ERD Amendment

    ERD-CH4™ Antimethanogenic, Liquid ERD Amendment Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies | May 18-21, 2015  | Miami, Florida By Jim Mueller (Provectus Environmental Products – Freeport, IL) and John Haselow (Redox-Tech, LLC – Cary, NC) Problem: There are recognized benefits to methanogens and of limited methanogenesis.  For example, i) methanogens are known to play […]

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  • Antimethanogenic ISCR Reagent for Improved Heavy Metal Immobilization

    Antimethanogenic ISCR Reagent for Improved Heavy Metal Immobilization Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies May 18-21, 2015 Miami, Florida By Bernd Rehm (ReSolution Partners, LLC), Janet Peterson (Bureau Veritas North America, Inc.), and Jim Mueller (Provectus Environmental Products, Inc.) Background/Objectives: Trace metals constitute a significant class of groundwater contaminant, originating from mining […]

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  • The Methane Zone – Volume 1

    Article 1 – Look for Yourself! RECENTLY, PEROXYCHEM, LLC RELEASED A “TECHNICAL BULLETIN” WHICH CONCLUDED, IN PART, THAT: “Routine field applications of EHC® have not resulted in excessive methane accumulation. Occasionally, higher methane concentrations have been observed at sites with more permeable lithologies where EHC was applied at higher loading rates (e.g., above 0.25% EHC […]

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  • 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 Environmental Show of the South – April 22-24, 2015 – Gatlinburg, Tennessee By Jim Mueller (Provectus Environmental Products, Inc.), Sidney Aluani, Eduardo Pujol (SGW Services, Brazil), Brent Dayharsh (Mundell and Associates, Inc.), James Henderson (DuPont do Brazil) and […]

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  • Letter From The President – Volume 3

    The environmental engineering community is notoriously skeptical of new technology, somewhat resistant to change, and sometimes difficult to influence. I suspect this is mainly because many of us have seen bad technologies fail – sometimes majestically. I knew well from past experiences that the development and commercialization of a new environmental biotechnology addressing an issue […]

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  • Approach to Inhibit Methanogenesis during In Situ Sediment Treatment

    Approach to Inhibit Methanogenesis during In Situ Sediment Treatment MGP Conference 2015 | Providence, RI | April 15-17, 2015 By John Hull / John Collins (AquaBlok, LTD – Toledo, OH), Mike Scalzi (Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc – Pipersville, PA) and Jim Mueller (Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. – Freeport, IL) In situ sediment capping remediation systems […]

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  • HIGHLIGHTED TECHNOLOGY: EZVI-CH4™ Antimethanogenic ISCR Technology for DNAPL Treatment

    Antimethanogenic EZVI-CH4™ uniquely combines the proven chemistry of NASA’s EZVI Technology with 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 source materials. LEARN MORE»

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  • Improved ISCR Reagent for Safer, More Efficient Remedial Actions

    Improved ISCR Reagent for Safer, More Efficient Remedial Actions AEHS WEST COAST CONFERENCE   March 23-26, 2015  San Diego, CA By Jim Mueller (Provectus Environmental Products, Inc.), Mike Scalzi, Wade Meese (Innovative Environmental Technology, Inc.), Sidney Aluani, Eduardo Pujol (SGW Services, Brazil) Over the past 25 years, many formulations of organic substrates, with or without zero-valent metals, have […]

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