Site Remediation Cascade Chemistries

In a former railroad town built during Colorado’s mining boom, the leading edge of a benzene plume from an underground storage tank (UST) was traveling downgradient from an active gas station. The owner needed to stop the contaminant migration before it worked its way to several neighboring homes or eventually into the nearby Eagle River, known for excellent fly fishing.

This project highlight covers the injection to thirty two thousand pounds of ColloidalChem + Bio to address a petroleum and benzene flux released from underground storage tanks. 

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