To better understand the removal efficiencies of our heating technologies, TRS conducts laboratory testing on emerging and difficult to remediate contaminants. This research has led to patented thermal solutions for miscible compounds, such as 1,4-dioxane and tetrahydrofuran, and PFAS.

Current Lab Research

TCH Casing Annular Material

This research is led by Gorm Heron, Chief Technology Officer.

Drip Optimization

Final Electrode Install
Emily Crownover

Emerging Contaminants

This research is led by Emily Crownover, Managing Principal Engineer.

Related Publications

Emily Crownover, Managing Principal Engineer, leads a tour at Eielson Air Force Base in Fairbanks, Alaska, where TRS is using its thermal conduction heating technology on PFAS containing ex situ soil stockpiles (pictured in the background).
PFAS remediation in soil site tour demo day in Alaska

Emily Crownover leads a tour at Eielson Air Force Base in Fairbanks, Alaska, where TRS is using its thermal conduction heating technology on PFAS containing ex situ soil stockpiles.

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