Wood Treating Sites

The majority of the former wood treating sites still requiring remediation, employed pressure or dip treating processes and used pentachlorophenol (PCP). Unfortunately, a byproduct of the PCP synthesis process (and PCBs) was dioxins. Both of these families of compounds (along with chlorinated herbicides & pesticides) are still considered by many to be resistant or impossible to treat in-situ. DTI’s development of the Cool-Ox®-R abiotic reductive dehalogenation process (patent pending) has proven that these compounds can now be quickly and permanently destroyed in-situ. Contact us for additional information.