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The oxidizer with chemical scrubber system is a unique Met-Pro design, which is integrated into the customer's manufacturing process to effectively remove hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
The contaminant of concern was a chlorinated volatile organic compound called Perchloroethylene, more commonly known as PCE.
Petroleum hydrocarbons and chlorinated volatile organic compounds from recent electronic manufacturing and 1950s missile manufacturing were detected in the soil and groundwater.
The GEO in-situ approach achieved an average 92% reduction of chlorinated volatile organic compound (CVOCs) levels in the groundwater.
A variety of innovative remediation technologies -- including in situ reductive dechlorination and in-well sparging -- will be applied to efficiently and cost-effectively remediate groundwater and soils primarily impacted by chlorinated volatile organic compounds.