TRS Group provides In Situ Thermal Remediation throughout North America.

TRS executives were instrumental in bringing a new, unique remediation process to market that was originally initiated by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratories in 1997. Beginning with the launch of the resulting Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH) technology in the remediation industry, Thermal Remediation Services, Inc. was formed in 2000.

Rebranded as TRS Group, Inc. the company has since perfected our unique methodology for in situ ERH using a proprietary engineering computer model that has been calibrated, refined, and adjusted for accuracy based on in-house research and development. In addition to offering a unique methodology for in-situ ERH deploying flexible and patented electrode designs, we have also offer conductive heating remedial solutions to our clients.

TRS Group, Inc. is now bringing ERH and other emerging technologies worldwide through joint ventures in Brazil, Europe, and China. We have expanded our offerings to combined remedies, Thermal Conductive Heating (TCH), and Heat Enhanced Plume Attenuation (HEPA® Remediation) for the heat-enhanced remediation of volatile and semi-volatile organic and energetic compounds in soil and groundwater.

Empirical data collected from more than 150 operating ERH projects contributes to our certainty in the quick and safe remediation of sites large and small.

Contacts

Corporate Headquarters

David Fleming
Vice President - Sales
TRS Group, Inc.

Office: 425.396.4266

Mark Kluger
Vice President - Marketing
TRS Group, Inc.

Office: 302.655.6651
Cell: 302.494.6050

Canada

David Fleming
Vice President - Sales
TRS Group, Inc.

Office: 425.396.4266

TRS in the Press

US Army adopts Electrical Resistance Heating - Redstone Arsensal, Alabama

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EPA Technology News & Trends - Tacoma "Well 12A" Superfund Site

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Electrical Resistance Heating of Volatile Organic Compounds in Sedimentary Rock - Part 2, 2014

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