When contaminated land needs to be cleaned up, or remediated, prior to re-use, activated carbon filters are usually used to remove unwanted organic contaminants from the soil/groundwater. Carbon filters are also used to remove VOCs in the gas phase, which may be release during the remediation process.
As ‘brown-field’ sites are increasingly in demand for new residential and commercial developments, groundwater remediation will continue to be an important and growing market for activated carbons and related services.
– Carbons, including granular (GAC) grades for liquid phase remediation work and extruded pellets for VOC abatement and odour control
– A full range of Clean-Flo® mobile carbon filters of different sizes and flow rates, for liquid phase (AquaSorber®) and gas phase (VOCSorber®) process streams
– Spent carbon reactivation at our ‘amber’ reactivation facility in Immingham, on the east coast of the UK
– Full site services and engineering support, if required