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SiREM Treatability Testing

Treatability studies minimize risks associated with remedy selection, implementation, increase stakeholder confidence and lead to reduced remediation time frames and costs

Treatability studies provide an opportunity to evaluate and optimize site-specific remediation performance variables in a controlled laboratory setting. SiREM technical experts have performed hundreds of treatability studies, for a wide variety of contaminant mixtures and remediation technologies, that demonstrate the strong correlation between laboratory treatability study observations and what can be achieved “in the field”.

Treatability Studies Save Time & Money and Increase Confidence
Treatability studies minimize risks associated with remedy selection, implementation, increase stakeholder confidence and lead to reduced remediation time frames and costs by:
• Determining the best value remediation amendments
• Performance optimization, which reduce remediation time frames and O&M costs
• Reducing the likelihood of costly changes in project direction at field scale
• Regulatory approvals not required to screen remedial options

SiREM Tests a Wide Range of Technologies for Numerous Contaminant Classes

SiREM has the technical experts and state-of-the-art treatability laboratory to conduct high value studies to evaluate a wide range of remedial technologies and application methods including:
• Bioremediation (EISB)
• Chemical Oxidation (ISCO)
• Chemical Reduction (ISCR)
• Permeable Reactive Barriers
• Sediment Remediation

SiREM offers a range of laboratory microcosm and column studies that are custom designed to evaluate the remediation of a wide range of contaminant mixtures including:
• Chlorinated solvents (ethenes, ethanes, methanes) and stabilizers (1,4-Dioxane)
• SVOCs (including PAHs, PCBs, pesticides)
• Explosives
• Petroleum hydrocarbon compounds
• Metals
• Other classes of recalcitrant chemicals

Experience the SiREM Treatability Study Difference

• SiREM works closely with our clients to identify study objectives
• Highly trained staff conducting studies and communicating on schedule
• Scientific design including all required controls and replication
• A focused and responsive project manager who provides regular technical updates
• The ability to modify strategies during the study for ongoing remedy optimization
• Final reports that summarize study findings in a clear and comprehensive manner

SiREM can provide a custom treatability study design to meet your project goals