Sodium permanganate injection via KAPSDIDS at about 28 gpm using directional nozzles for injection adjacent to the building.
American Institute of Professional Geologists Northeast Section Newsletter, Winter 2016 Edition
Check out EAR‘s latest article in the AIPG-NE Newsletter, Winter 2016 Edition, beginning on page 42. Also, take a look at our ad on page 18.
KAPSDIDS application of PetroCleanze™
EAR utilized the Badger Cub Express equipped with a Kinetically Adjustable Pore Space Dilation Injection Delivery System (KAPSDIDS) to deliver a 1,250 gallon mixture of REGENESIS® PetroCleanze™ to the subsurface in a single day. Injecting into a shallow water table is typically a challenge. However, the Badger Cub Express delivered all of the treatment solution […]
A Comparison of In-Situ Chemical Delivery Methods
A series of three chemical oxidant injection events, utilizing three different techniques, was conducted at a petroleum impacted site. The assessment between the three methods define the higher performance achieved utilizing Kinetically Adjustable Pore Space Dilation Injection Delivery System (KAPSDIDS). By comparison, oxidant solution was delivered at least 3 times further from the injection point […]
Case Study – Pilot Test of ISCO applied with KAPSDIDS
The overall study objective was to evaluate chemical oxidant distribution and contact utilizing the Kinetically Adjustable Pore Space Dilation Injection Delivery System (KAPSDIDS), designed by Badger Injection Solutions, LLC. The following summarizes the evidence of enhanced subsurface chemical distribution in the pilot test area. R-001500-02A-Pilot
Fresh Water Surface Impact
Subsurface investigation work conducted by Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS) in 2001 revealed elevated concentrations of MTBE and tert-amyl methyl ether (TAME) in groundwater. Subsequent investigations contracted by the NYSDEC delineated an extensive fuel-spill related plume migrating toward the head waters of a sensitive fresh water stream. EAR was contracted to continue with […]
Saline Surface Water Impact
After the Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS) detected high concentrations of MTBE in a Hampton Bays well, EAR was contracted to investigate the extent and fate of the MTBE contamination. Due to the innovative investigation and remedial approached adopted at the Hampton Bays site, it was recently used as a demonstration site for […]