Integrated Remediation Systems

Mid-Atlantic Environmental Equipment, Inc. offers integrated systems custom designed to your application. MAE2 can custom tailor each system to your specific design or site requirements.
We will package any one or more of our remediation components and provide you with a complete, fully assembled and tested remediation system either skid-mounted or in an enclosed trailer, steel cargo container or custom steel building.

We will also package any number of treatment technologies to your custom specification.

MAE2 in house design engineering, fabrication, construction and technical support team will work with you to provide a cost effective solution for all your project needs.

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Typical Environmental Remediation Systems include

Air Sparging involves the injection of air or gases to the subsurface that promote enhanced degradation of contaminations. Sparge systems ...
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Bio Augmentation (biologically enhanced recirculation) involves the injection and recirculation of bacteria, nutrients or substrates to create an active, balanced ...
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Chemicals are often injected into the subsurface in order to oxidize (reduce) groundwater and soil contaminants. Surfactants force soil contamination ...
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Dual Phase Extraction (also called Multi-Phase Extraction) is the use of high vacuum system to remove both contaminated groundwater and ...
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Groundwater pump and treat systems utilize downwell pumps to remove contaminated groundwater and then treat it with above ground components ...
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Dissolved and particulate metals in water streams can create maintenance headaches and downtime. Metals precipitation systems are designed to manage ...
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Soil Vapor Extraction (SVE) Systems are designed to induce vacuum and air flow to the subsurface to enhance removal of ...
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Soil Vapor Extraction Enhanced Pump and Treat Systems technology is the use of vacuum systems and/or sparging systems along with ...
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