US Army adopts Electrical Resistance Heating - Redstone Arsensal, Alabama
For nearly a decade, the Environmental Management Division has successfully treated five contaminated sites at Redstone using Electrical Resistance Heating, including difficult karst limestone environments found on land at the post.
The U.S. EPA Region 10 office used an adaptive site management approach that relied on high-resolution site characterization techniques to help definite treatment area at Commencement Bay-South Tacoma Channel Superfund site. The Well 12A ROD...
Electrical Resistance Heating of Volatile Organic Compounds in Sedimentary Rock - Part 2, 2014
Electrical resistance heating (ERH) is a common method of remediation for volatile organic compounds in unconsolidated soils, both above and below the water table. In the past eight years, ERH has been used to successfully...
EPA Technology News & Trends - ERH success at Fox Avenue in Seattle, WA
Clean-up at the Fox Avenue Site in Seattle, WA involved implementing several pilot- and full-scale technologies over past 20 years. Full-scale in situ thermal (ERH) applied to successfully treat the contaminated soil and groundwater.
Electrical resistance heating (ERH) was used for the thermal remediation of two sites at Redstone Arsenal (RSA) near Huntsville, Alabama. Both sites feature karst limestone with heavy clay overburden. The two sites are located about...