The Right Products: Trap & Treat® by RPI
RPI’s Trap & Treat® Products are designed to:
- Provide Immediate Mass Reductions
- Provide Immediate Plume Control
- Work in a variety of soil and groundwater conditions.
- Be applicable to a variety of contaminants.
- Be non-toxic and have no impact on soil properties.
- Be reasonably cost-effective, at least in comparison to existing remedies.
- Be a passive system, easily installed
Injection Techniques That Work!
Top-Down Injections Help Ensure Optimal Distribution,
Especially in Silty and Clayey Soil…
Injection Grid Patterns Matter…
Spacing between rows and points are uniform throughout grid, but vary depending on the soil type and depth of the injection intervals. Shallow injection intervals and clayey/silty soil type require tighter injection patterns, especially with injectables such as Trap & Treat® as they are suspended solid slurries where water is being used as the carrier/delivery fluid. Spacing between points and rows for the injection patterns may vary from 5’ to 10’ centers.
Reliable Industry Resources – Where you get your information matters!
Places like the Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC)…
Established in 1995, the Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC) is a state-led, national coalition of personnel from the environmental regulatory agencies of all 50 states and the District of Columbia, three federal agencies, tribes, and public and industry stakeholders. This organization is devoted to reducing barriers to, and speeding interstate deployment of, better, more cost-effective, innovative environmental techniques. More information about the ITRC can be found at www.itrcweb.org.
Featured ITRC Literature includes:
- Use and Measurement of Mass Flux and Mass Discharge, August 2010
- Integrate DNAPL Site Strategy, November 2011
- An Improved Understanding of LNAPL Behavior in the Subsurface – State of Science vs. State of Practice – Part 1 http://www.clu-in.org/conf/itrc/iuLNAPL/
- LNAPL Characterization and Recoverability – Improved Analysis – Part 2 http://www.clu-in.org/conf/itrc/LNAPLcr/
- Evaluating LNAPL Remedial Technologies for Achieving Project Goals – Part 3 http://www.cluin.org/conf/itrc/LNAPLrt/