An active industrial facility in the southeastern U.S. was found to have to high levels of
trichloroethylene (TCE) and daughter products in the groundwater and soil. To address the contaminants and work with the lithology, an in situ chemical reduction (ISCR) approach was designed to inject a combination of SourceKill emulsified zero valent iron (eZVI) and KB-1 in the source area.

Learn how the amendments and implementation strategy were integrated to destroy 96% of the parent compound.