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Bioremediation Gives Moree Families Peace of Mind: Carcinogenic Playground Tarmac Removed

Bioremediation Gives Moree Families Peace of Mind: Carcinogenic Playground Tarmac Removed

Volume Extracted: 1500 m³ Mean PAH Concentration: 850 mg/kg Max PAH Concentration: 2365 mg/kg Project Duration: 3 months During an upgrade of playground equipment at a kindergarten in Moree, an old tarmac surface was uncovered. …

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Transforming Waste into Usable Soil: An Inside Look at New Soil’s Bioremediation Process at its Soil Recycling Facility

Transforming Waste into Usable Soil: An Inside Look at New Soil’s Bioremediation Process at its Soil Recycling Facility

Bioremediation is a process that promotes the natural microbes in soil to digest hydrocarbon-based contaminants, such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and petroleum hydrocarbons (TPHs). These contaminants are commonly found in waste by-products from gas …

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