Bioremediation of hydrocarbon contamined water:

  • Produced water pits
  • Refinery waste streams
  • Waste streams from oil recycling plants
  • Waste streams and products from oil and natural gas exploration
  • “Frac” wastes and ponds
  • Ground water

Here is an example of how ground water contaminated by leaking UST was remediated. The groundwater was covered with several inches of gasoline. The contaminated plume was migrating toward the foundations of several nearby businesses. After treatment, the site was clean of all gasoline components and was properly closed. The following graphs are 3D plots showing total BETEXN concentrations of the migrating plume.

  • Pipe lines
  • Storage tanks
  • Ship blige water

Bioremedation of Soils

  • Solids from refinery
  • Gravel, sand and soil from tank farms
  • Hydrocarbon, antifreeze, alcohols and similar solvents
  • Soils contaminated with high energy compounds (such as TNT, PETN and similar explosives)

Wastes from Food plants and Tanneries

  • Waste streams from egg processing plants
  • Waste streams from frozen food processers

Wastes from paper manufactors and processers

Microbiological testing

  • Microbial biomass and activity
  • Viable stain
  • Plate count
  • DNA profile and biolipid assay
  • Detection of specific microbes (such as sulfate reducers (SRB’s)

Testing and prevent of microbial corrosion

  • Prevention of oil field souring by eliminating SRB’s from work over and fac fluids
  • Oxygen and ORP profiles of water used by work-over rigs and frac pits
  • Plate count
  • Coupon testingCoupon testing

Grease trap treatment

Microbial control of down-hole
paraffin build up

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