Surfactant Addresses Wide Range of Hydrocarbon Contamination
Tersus says its anionic surfactant formulations have the ability to selectively desorb and liberate sorbed petroleum hydrocarbons from soil and fractured bedrock surfaces, allowing for their improved mass recovery and or improved treatment by other remediation techniques.
The company is the distributor of surfactant technology, TASK (Tersus Advanced Surface Kinetics) and related products, including the patented methods for in situ surfactant and chemical oxidation flushing.
TASK addresses a wide range of applications related to hydrocarbon contamination, the company says.
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