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HydroRemed

Bioremediation of Free Product in Ground Water. HydroRemed is a bioremediation solution for in situ treatment of free product or fuel oil in ground water thereby effectively reducing the levels of BTEX compounds (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene) usually relased by fuels in ground water. HydroRemed like other products reduces the time required for remediation of ground water that normally takes many years by conventional methods.

 

   

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PDF documentMSDS_HydroRemed.pdf — PDF document, 49 KB
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Ground water bioremediation using HydroRemed at a gas station in PA
The target compounds detected in the source area wells (MW-1, OW-A, and OW-B) have decreased during the eight quarterly sampling events performed since the HydroRemed injection event. These compounds included benzene,ethylbenzene, naphthalene, toluene, 1,2,4-TMB, and 1,3,5-TMB. Also, during the last three quarters (November 2011 to May 2012), the only target compounds detected in the source area wellsabove the SHSGW-RES were 1,2,4-TMB and 1,3,5-TMB, which were drastically reduced when compared to pre-injection concentrations.
BJ Store Groundwater remediation with HydroRemed
EPS of VT, NY had used HydroRemed for contamination contamination of groundwater with gasoline and the NY DEC have recently issued a NFA after reviewing all the results.
Sustainable Environmental Remediation (SER) Through Bioremediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soils
Application of various bioremediation products developed by Sarva BioRemed, LLC has effectively contributed in reduction of Green House Gases (GHG). The paper published in Published in the “Proceedings of International Conference on Green remediation: Environment, Energy and Economics” held at University of Mass., 2010. describes case studies that show the value of these products in helping the environment. A paper has been published in the “Proceedings of International Conference on Green remediation: Environment, Energy and Economics” held at University of Mass., 2010.