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Remediation of Environmental Oil Spills, Removal of Water Contaminants, Flood Control, Humidity Control, & Malodor Control

Nanotechnology Approach for Removing Hydrocarbons and Other Contaminants From Utility Vault and Substructure Wastewater

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The feasibility of a nanotechnology-based hydrocarbon and other contaminants removal pressure filtration device has been demonstrated for dewatering industrial utility vaults and substructures for discharge to local storm drains. The use of the filter device facilitated compliance of utility companies with the General National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit for Discharges from Utility Vaults and Substructures to Waters of...

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Red Lion Chem Tech Removes Toxic Copper from Seawater

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Over 2000 captive seawater sites in the US exhibit copper levels that are toxic to algae, mollusks and other crustaceans, and certain sea grasses. The toxic presence is the result  of  copper  leaching from  copper-based paints on ocean going vessels. In fact, toxic copper levels are at a crisis  level in bays, harbors,  and marinas where industrial boats and pleasure yachts anchor. Toxic copper enters the water column at high parts per billion...

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Chronic Copper Contamination

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state and local water quality boards across the U.S. have mandated that numerous bays and harbors reduce toxic copper levels in seawater by definitive specified dates. The presence of toxic copper is the result of copper leaching from copper-based paints on ocean-going vessels anchored in marinas. Toxic copper poisoning of the nation’s waterways is at epidemic proportions; it is estimated that...

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