Bioremediation is a waste management technique that involves the use of organisms to neutralise pollutants from a contaminated site. Bioremediation may occur on its own (natural attenuation or intrinsic bioremediation) or through the addition of stimulators, oxygen, etc. that help to enhance growth of pollution-eating microbes within the medium (biostimulation). Ex situ bioremediation is a technique widely used for site cleanup and consists of excavating contaminated soils and placing them in heap (biopile) or long rows (windrows).
PAG offers various high strength, low cost, exclusion materials for Biopile/Windrow isolation, as well as cover materials to improve the process performance. We are also pleased to have introduced the first degradable lining material through our association with Canadian manufacturer EPI.
In order to protect the ground from leaching of contaminants from bioremediation a geotechnical barrier is required. PAGeoTechnical has developed a range of specialist materials especially suited to the applications of the bioremediation sector.
A specialist coated HDPE woven fabric with LDPE coating offering high strength and tear resistance at low cost for single use applications.
A geomembrane quality (meets all current CEN application standards) polyester-reinforced LDPE membrane for high risk applications such as locations on or near ground water reserves .
A range of brightly coloured (orange) alert layers textiles nets and membranes for use in bioremediation.
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Bioremediation is an ever-moving area and processes are constantly being developed and refined. If you wish to discuss a particular material requirement please contact us. We may be able to supply something appropriate from our extensive knowledge of international manufacturers or have a bespoke product made to your specification.
PAGeoTechnical Ltd., Darwin House, Corby Gate Business Park Corby, Northants, NN17 5JG, England
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