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Our project experience includes environmental engineering services for the aerospace industry which includes remediation of former aerospace sites that pre-date World War II (also called legacy sites), and several CERCLA sites located in Southern California.
When seven production wells operated by a Southern California water purveyor reported concentrations of hexavalent chromium and perchlorate above regulatory limits for drinking water, a multiagency effort was conducted to identify sources of chemicals of concern.
Description Ion Exchange is a process in which ions of a species are displaced from an insoluble exchange material (ion exchange resin) by ions of a different species in water. The removal of target ions is achieved through commercially available … Continue reading
Description of the Biological Reduction Process Biological treatment is used in a wide range of water and wastewater treatment applications for the removal of biodegradable constituents. The biological treatment process can also be modified and used to reduce nitrates, oxides … Continue reading