In situ treatment of contamination in the environmental remediation market has emerged as one of the most sought-after options on the road to site closure. Typically when in situ treatment options exist for a subject site, they are less invasive, limit human contact with contamination, and more cost-effective. These options offer more implementation flexibility which may involve a wide array of treatment mechanisms ranging from biological, physical, chemical, thermal, electrical or a combination.
In Situ Geochemical Stabilization (ISGS®) has been established as a viable treatment option for the stabilization of an array of dense non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPL’s), most notably polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH’s), chlorinated volatile organic compounds (CVOC’s) and creosotes. The ISGS technology is a field-proven product that prevents the flux of DNAPL in a wide range of aquifer conditions while offering a more cost-effective and proficient treatment option over conventional cement stabilization technologies.
This remediation technology utilizes a permanganate-based solution customized based on site characteristics. This webinar will discuss the chemistry behind the technology, implementation specifics, and subject sites where ISGS was applied successfully.