Chlorinated solvents, including chlorinated volatile organic compounds (CVOC or CVOCs), are chemical compounds containing chlorine that have been widely used in various industries. They are divided in three groups (methanes, ethanes, ethenes) based on their structures, and include common groundwater contaminants such as carbon tetrachloride (CT), perchloroethene (PCE), trichloroethene (TCE), and vinyl chloride (VC). Chlorinated solvents tend to be colorless liquids at room temperatures, heavier than water, volatile, sparingly soluble, and moderately hydrophobic.
On this webinar, you will learn from two experts in the industry. Alex Korff is a Product Development Engineer with Höganäs Environment Solutions, LLC (HES) and their 200 year old company is the largest manufacturer of powdered metals in the world. Alex will be presenting data on the success of ZVI at chlorinated solvent sites and he’ll show several case studies.
The President of Terra Stryke, Kent Armstrong, will also be presenting on their patented composition of nutrients, carbohydrates, and/or carbon which establish environmental conditions within the subsurface to create superior microbial performance, and ultimately, maximum contaminant degradation the way nature intended.