IEG-GZB



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Possible Areas of Application

The IEG GZB-process is an in-situ system for the remediation of contaminated aquifers, especially those contaminated with volatile and semi-volatile hydrocarbons, using a combination of chemical, physical and biological processes.
 

Primary Components

A GZB process unit consists of a specially adapted groundwater well, at least one submersible pump, a negative pressure stripping reactor located in a sub-surface vault, an above-ground mounted blower, and a waste air decontamination system, for example disposable filters or regenerative activated carbon filters.
 
 



The following advantages can be specified:

The IEG - GZB process is patented by IEG Industrie-Engineering-GmbH, D-72770 Reutlingen, Germany.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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