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Join Us at The 2018 RPIC Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop!

June 7th, 2018

Don’t miss the upcoming 2018 RPIC Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop in Toronto to learn about a breakthrough In Situ Treatment for PFAS!

CCC Chemicals will be in attendance with REGENESIS, global leader and pioneer in advancing environmental remediation solutions. We will be on hand to discuss a groundbreaking in situ treatment for PFAS using PlumeStop® Liquid Activated Carbon™. This in situ approach can eliminate risk on sites with PFAS quickly, at a fraction of the cost of traditional pump and treat methods.

PlumeStop has already been proven in the field to successfully treat PFAS at full scale. At a former manufacturing site in central Canada, a single application of PlumeStop has reduced PFOS and PFOA concentrations to below standards for 22+ months since the injection. Use the link below to download this case study.

Canada PFAS Case Study

REGENESIS also offers turn-key remediation solutions to reduce cost-to-closure for soil and groundwater sites contaminated with chlorinated solvents and petroleum hydrocarbons. To learn more about their complete remediation solutions, don’t miss this special event on June 13-15, 2018 at Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Want to learn more about REGENESIS’ remediation solutions? Contact us now! 

 

ABOUT REGENESIS: 

REGENESIS is the global leader in the research, development and commercialization of technology-based solutions for the environment. More specifically, the Company specializes in scientifically proven product and services-based solutions for groundwater and soil remediation at contaminated sites.

REGENESIS is committed to providing successful remediation solutions using industry-leading technologies and services for contaminated soil and groundwater sites. For more information, we invite you to visit their website. Click here!