BIOAUGMENTATION
The question of bioaugmentation, or the addition of one or more species of microbes into a system, has been debated since the late 1990’s. AFCEE’s Principles and Practices of Enhanced Anaerobic Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvents (AFCEE 2004, page 2-17) states that “In practice, microorganisms capable of degrading PCE and TCE to cis-DCE should be considered ubiquitous in the subsurface environment.” This would suggest that degrading down to cis-DCE is pretty much just a balance of electron donors and acceptors for almost all sites. And since cis-DCE can degrade through a number of both aerobic and anaerobic pathways, for most sites,  more...

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We are looking forward to a prosperous 2017, check our conference schedule and contact us for an in-office presentation.

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Look for JRW at the following conferences in the near future.  If we are in your area for one of these meetings and you would like a JRW representative to conduct an office presentation, please contact us.

September 24-27, National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs – Lexington, KY, Exhibitor

October 5, NEBC Northwest Environmental Remediation Conference – Tacoma, WA, Exhibitor

October 16-19, UMASS Soils, Sediment & Groundwater Conference – Amherst, MA, Exhibitor

October 24-25, Railroad Environmental Conference, Urbana, IL, Exhibitor

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As the remediation business has changed JRW has strived to stay in the forefront of technology development to improve substrate distribution and performance as well as prove out concepts for the remediation of emerging contaminants. We recognize that the keys to a successful bioremediation program are understanding the conditions limiting substrate distribution and optimizing microbial metabolism. If you can’t get proper distribution, you won’t be able to promote the right microbial activity to transform your contaminant. more...


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JRW Bioremediation, L.L.C.
14321 W. 96th Terrace, Lenexa, Kansas 66215
(913) 438-5544