EHC–O™ Remediation Biotechnology Stimulation of aerobic biodegradation of groundwater contaminants through controlled-release oxygen and nutrient delivery using EHC-O EHC-O is an integrated source of slow-release oxygen, major-, minor-, and micro-nutrients, and a pH buffering agent. This unique combination of materials facilitates the aerobic bioremediation of soils, sediment or groundwater environments impacted by various organic and inorganic compounds. For organic constituents amenable to aerobic biodegradation processes (e.g., petroleum hydrocarbons, certain pesticides/herbicides), EHC-O significantly stimulates the catabolic activity of the indigenous microflora, thereby accelerating the rate of contaminant removal. Other oxygen-releasing products are available on the market; however significant cost savings are realized through the use of EHC-O due to its lower price, greater efficiency, and longer-lasting benefits.
Supplied in 30 lb. pails, or customized packaging for your application needs!
Key Benefits: • Enhances Natural Attenuation • Specifically buffered to control release of oxygen and prevent foaming • > 50% Less Expensive • Long Lasting Contaminants Treated: • Petroleum hydrocarbons • PAHs • Other non-halogenated organic compounds Application Techniques: • In situ • Surface
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Field Environmental Instruments, Inc. 99 Miller Avenue Braddock, PA 15104
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Exclusive North American distributors of Adventus EHC-O™ products
Field Environmental Instruments is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with Adventus Americas to exclusively distribute their revolutionary new oxygen release redox compound, EHC-O™. EHC-O has been proven to be a more cost-effective and efficient method for removing a wide range of contaminants from both soil and groundwater environments. EHC-O is part of The Adventus Group’s EHC™ brand umbrella, a family of latest generation bioremediation products used for the in situ treatment of groundwater and saturated soil impacted by heavy metals and persistent organic compounds such as chlorinated solvents, pesticides and energetics.