Case Study Series :: Former Manufacturing Facility Gets Treatment System Makeover

At a former aircraft parts manufacturing facility in Connecticut, USA, a chlorinated solvent plume was being remediated with an energy intensive legacy pump and treat system that was no longer efficiently removing CVOCs. After reevaluating conditions at the site and considering sustainable remediation practices, the ex situ system was replaced with a more effective and greener remediation technology. This case study highlights the importance of updating treatment systems as site conditions progress and helps identify cost savings and sustainable actions that can be a benefit to doing so. Learn about the alternative was implemented at the site and see the full case study profile here

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