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Manufactured Gas Plant Water Remediation Equipment

Water Remediation Equipment Rentals in Support of Manufactured Gas Plant Remediation Project The former coal gasification plant had operated from 1880 to 1950. The site (see top picture), located adjacent to a major river near a downtown area, was heavily polluted. Carbonair designed a custom Water Remediation Equipment system to treat the contaminates. Contaminants associated with

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Temporary storm water treatment system

Temporary Storm Water Treatment System to Treat Storm Water Overflow to Treat Storm Water Overflow at Superfund Site Due to heavy rains from a hurricane, the storm water collection and treatment system in place at a six-hundred acre Superfund site was overflowing. Carbonair was hired to provide a temporary storm water treatment system to avoid fines

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Treating Water from Brownfield Site

Groundwater Treatment System Rental design for treating water from brownfield site A mid-Atlantic environmental firm contacted Carbonair to develop a treatment system for a Brownfield development project.  Carbonair designed a  custom treatment system for treating water from brownfield site. Three office complexes were being built in downtown Washington DC. Each building included underground parking, requiring

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Groundwater Treatment Systems For UST

Groundwater Treatment Systems Rental in Support of UST Removal and Installation Carbonair was asked to provide a temporary groundwater treatment system to treat contaminated groundwater that was generated by dewatering performed in support of an underground storage tank removal and upgrade at a gas station in north Florida. In this case, the groundwater at the

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Groundwater Treatment System for Treating Superfund Site Water

Groundwater Treatment System Rental Design for Treating Superfund Site Water As part of a major highway improvement project, contractors had to dewater an area in order to pour footings for an overpass. Contaminated groundwater from an adjacent Superfund site was drawn into the dewatering stream, required treating superfund site water of the contaminated water stream

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