Microbes, Bioremediation solution
Emulsified Vegetable Oil Supplier
Hepure is a key distributor of EVO to the environmental industry for contaminated site remediation. In addition to EVO we can supply sodium lactate and a Dehalococcoides microbial culture.
EVO is provided in 55 gallon drums and 265 gallon totes or tanker typically as a 60% solution or pre-diluted ready for use, by request.
Hepure has distribution facilities nationwide to minimize trucking cost and lead time.
Let our product support specialist help you decide which bioremediation approach is right for your site or how to best integrate biological with chemical approaches.
Hepure has the experience to determine the best approach based on project site characteristics. Our bioremediation and bioaugmentation solutions can seamlessly take the remediation transition from chemical to biological.
- Versatile–wide variety of COCs
- Treatment to ppb levels
- Natural/sustainable process
- Reduced environmental impact
- Approved by many regulatory agencies worldwide
Small Droplet Emulsified Vegetable Oil (EVO) – Substrate for Maximum Radius of Influence
The anaerobic bioremediation process uses native or introduced microorganisms to degrade chlorinated solvents such as tetrachloroethene (PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE) to innocuous end products including ethene and ethane. An organic substrate must be added to the groundwater to generate reducing conditions and provide the necessary carbon and hydrogen to support biodegradation of the chlorinated solvents.
Hepure provides a patented, nutrient enriched, proven slow release emulsified vegetable oil substrate that is used extensively by the Air Force, DOD, Navy, EPA, Drycleaners and Private firms to remediate chlorinated solvent sites and is designed to release bio-available hydrogen over a period of 3 to 5 years thus enhancing the long-term anaerobic biodegradation of the chlorinated solvents.
TSI TCA-DC Bioaugmentation Culture®
- TSI TCA-DC Bioaugmentation Culture® is an enriched natural bacteria culture that contains Dehalococcoides and Dehalobacter species for bioaugmentation. This culture dechlorinates tetrachloroethene (PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE) to the non-toxic product ethene and 1,1,1- trichloroethane (1,1,1-TCA), 1,1,2-trichloroethane (1,1,2-TCA), 1,2-dichloroethane (1,2-DCA), and 1,1-dichloroethane (1,1-DCA) to chloroethane (CA). It also can biodegrade carbon tetrachloride and chloroform to methylene chloride and innocuous products. It can be used at sites where bacteria capable of complete reductive dechlorination are not present or there is a need to decrease the remediation time frame. It is estimated that Dehalococcoides and Dehalobacter are not present in 10 to 40 percent of chlorinated solvent contaminated sites.
Emulsified Vegetable Oil Substrates
Our patented Renewal family of emulsified vegetable oil substrates begins with a set of common building blocks, which include:
- A slow release carbon source of vegetable oil (U.S. grown soybeans)
- A fast release carbon source of at least 4% lactate.
- A proprietary nutrient package with yeast extracts, nitrogen and phosphorus to support growth of the anaerobic microbial population
- A proprietary emulsifier package, which is customized by product
- At least 250 µg/L B12, which He et al. 2007 demonstrated is an important micronutrient to enhance dechlorination activity.
Large Droplet Emulsified Vegetable Oil (EVO) – Substrate for Maximum Retention
The anaerobic bioremediation process uses native or introduced microorganisms (Dehalococcoides) to degrade chlorinated solvents such as tetrachloroethene (PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE) to innocuous end products including ethene and ethane. Renewal-FRL Large Droplet Emulsified Vegetable Oil Substrate includes an anionic emulsifier, which sticks to soil particles and is specifically designed when adherence to the formation is key to making contact with the bacteria. It is particularly useful in high groundwater flow formations such as fractured bedrock formations and is added to the groundwater to rapidly generate reducing conditions and provide the necessary carbon and hydrogen to support biodegradation of the chlorinated solvents.
- Aerobic/anaerobic bioremediation
- Chemical oxidation
- On-site analytical
- USDA permitted, etc.