In Situ Thermal Remediation (ISTR) is a common method of remediation for volatile organic compounds in unconsolidated soils, both above and below the water table. In the past eighteen years, ISTR has been used to successfully treat over a dozen contaminated sedimentary bedrock sites. Sedimentary bedrock treatment has recently expanded to greater depths and into difficult, karst limestone environments. With proper design and implementation, the remediation of sedimentary bedrock can be completed as effectively as the remediation of overburden materials.
The three photos represent examples where TRS completed successful ERH bedrock projects. Full project examples can be accessed by clicking each image.
Contact TRS to obtain a copy of a recently published peer-reviewed technical paper "Electrical Resistance Heating of Volatile Organic Compounds in Sedimentary Rock."