DeepEarth Technologies, Inc.

8201 W. 183rd St., Suite C

Tinley Park, IL 60487

(877) 266-5691

tech@cool-ox.com

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Environmental Remediation Services & Products with Patented Oxidation, Reduction & Bioremediation Technologies

DeepEarth Technologies, Inc. 2019     All rights reserved.

SITE CLOSED

BTEX and MTBE Remediation

Retail Gas Station in Florida 

ENVIRONMENTAL

REMEDIATION

SERVICES &

PRODUCTS

SITE HISTORY

Acceptance into the Florida State cleanup program, was the driver for remedial action at this petroleum contaminated (gasoline) site in Northwest Florida. To mitigate gasoline released by leaking UST’s, a remedial solution consisting of two systems was constructed. Air stripping and granular activated carbon absorption was employed to address groundwater contaminants. Attempts to mitigate soil contaminants employed a soil washing, water infiltration system with nutrient enhanced biodegradation. These were operated from 1993 through May 1995, when it was concluded that they were ineffective because of the low permeability of the heavy soils and bio-fouling of equipment. In 2002, a RAP Addendum was approved incorporating a new hydrogen peroxide based ISCO remedial process. This proved to be very successful at reducing the contaminant mass due to its ability to penetrate the heavy soil matrix.

PROJECT AT A GLANCE

Type of Site: Retail Gasoline Station

Location: Northwest Florida

Contaminants: BTEX, MTBE

Work Scope: Inject Cool-Ox® Reagent

Media Treated: Soil & Groundwater

Soil Type: Clayey Sand to Sandy Clay

Groundwater Depth: 3 fbgs

Remedial Objectives (Phase 1): Natural Attenuation default levels

Application Method: DPT Probe Rig

Area Treated: 3,525 square Feet

Vertical Interval:  3 to 12 feet bgs

Injection Point (IP) Spacing: 5 feet

Media Volume Treated: 1,174 cubic yards

Number of Injection Points: 223

Cool-Ox® Volume: 13,027 gallons

Cool-Ox® per IP: 58 gal

The blue area on the site map depicts the extent of the groundwater contaminant plume prior to the ISCO injection. The red area shows the higher concentrations where the release occurred. Note the reduction in the size of the plume and GW concentrations after the ISCO injections. Because of a potential real estate transaction, an additional application is planned.

CURRENT STATUS

Because of the significant reductions in contaminant concentrations, the site was placed Post Remedial Action Monitoring Status pending determination of natural attenuation activity.

DATA