Environmental Remediation Systems
Bio Remediation Systems include Aerobic Bioremediation, Anaerobic Dechlorination and Bio Augmentation.
Aerobic Bioremediation Systems are designed to deliver high volumes of dissolved oxygen and hydrocarbon degrading bacteria and nutrients to treat hydrocarbon contaminated sites. The systems provide consistent recirculation of oxygen-rich, nutrient-rich water to provide the critical requirements needed for successful in situ bioremediation. This recirculation provides the appropriate oxygen and nutrient volumes required to degrade the contaminant mass and continuous movement of the amendments throughout the site to provide maximum contact with the contaminated soils. These units can be stand alone or fully integrated into an existing or new Multi Phase Extraction System or Pump and Treat System.
Bio Augmentation (biologically enhanced recirculation) involves the injection and recirculation of bacteria, nutrients or substrates to create an active, balanced environment in the subsurface that biologically degrades and eliminates the contamination. MAE2 can help design fully automated and manual recirculation equipment for enhanced Bio remediation for gasoline and chlorinated solvent sites.
Air Strippers are used to remove volatile organic compounds (VOC) from groundwater and process water with removal efficiencies up to 99%. These air strippers are engineered to serve in small water treatment projects or larger, process-type projects involving multiple treatment stages. They can act as a pre-treatment stage for other process elements, such as large aerobic bio-treatment units, removing VOCs at much lower airflow rates to reduce the costs of off-gas treatment.
Air Sparging involves the injection of air or gases to the subsurface that promote enhanced degradation of contaminations.
Sparge systems are designed based on required air flow and anticipated breakthrough pressure. A wide variety of blowers and compressors can be used to achieve various flow and pressure scenarios. Typical industry standards include Rotary Vane, Rotary Claw and Rotary Screw compressors.
Typical systems include discharge particulate and oil coalescing filtration to minimize oil and particulate carry over to the subsurface. In addition, a receiver tank should be installed to buffer the compressor from changes in air demand.
Typical systems include blower or compressor, TEFC or XP motor, heat exchanger if required and a prewired, pretested, custom NEMA IV control panel. Pressure gauges, flow indicators, temperature indicators and filtration can be specified per your application.
All Air Sparge Sparging components are fully integrated and prewired on a steel skid with optional custom sound attenuating enclosure. Air Sparging Systems are easily integrated with new or existing Soil Vapor Extraction Systems.
- Manifolds with regulators, flow indicators and gauges
- Heat Exchanger
- Ozone Generators
- Oxygen Generators
- Remote telemetry system monitoring and alarm notification