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Environmental Systems has spent over 20 years conducting research and development methodologies for our BIOREMEDIATION chemistries. Our treatment products have been utilized on many residential and commercial oil tank remediation projects with success. Our patent pending BIo- Remediation products reduce the costs of treatment by reducing the amount of contaminated soil disposal and the time to complete the project. Our dedicated LSRP's provide excellent project management thus further reducing environmental remediation costs.
ESI's Bio-Remediation products have
specifically been developed for Chlorinated Solvents, Gasoline, Heating Oil and Heavy Petroleum contamination.
Bio-mounding removes contaminants from excavated soil volumes. Nutrients are added to the soils to enhance BIOREMEDIATION and the soils are then placed back into the excavated areas reducing the need for offsite disposal.
This process can be used to remove contaminates from large volumes of soils. This technique heats contaminated soils to lower temperatures than classic incineration but to a temperature that burns off Volatile and Semi- Volatile Organic Compounds. In- Situ and On Site Soil Pile Application have been used very successfully in NJ. with commercial environmental remediation and oil tank remediation projects
Bio-Sparging combines in Situ Bio-venting with low flow air sparging to stimulate aerobic bio-degradation of contaminats by delivery of oxygen to the saturated and unsaturated soil zones. Enhances BIOREMEDIATION, drastically reduces oil tank remediation or environmental remediation costs,
One of the most difficult problem encountered in soil clean-up is the remediation of Hydrocarbons in the Valdose zone. As free product migrates to the aquifer below, the residual hydrocarbons that are left behind are a greater and lasting threat to ground water quality than floating " Free Product " itself. Hydrocarbon Vapors can migrate through soil under buildings and residential structure causing Vapor Intrusion Issues. The obvyious first step is to prevent recharge to ground and control water by removing floating free product. The next step would be remove any source soils to prevent further discharge into the ground water. Through Pump and Treat include Vacuum Extraction techniques the final environmental remediation phase can be completed.