Leaders in Remediation of Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)
Additive injection and groundwater recirculation trailers available for short or long term lease.
TersOx™ - Inorganic Peroxygen for Enhanced Aerobic Bioremediation
RemBind designed to treat TPH, PAH, PFOS, PCBs, PCPs, and various pesticides
Sulfate Enhanced Bioremediation
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Tersus offers engineered solutions to help our clients reduce uncertainty, minimize risks, and achieve cost-effective results for a broad range of soil and groundwater contaminants. We are available to help you evaluate the feasibility of using our technologies at your site. We offer technical expertise on a variety of technologies and are not focused on any single solution. Contact us to discuss the treatability of your contaminant of concern and site details so that we can suggest an effective solution.
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This Contaminants Treatment Guide and suggestions provided herein is furnished to help you evaluate the feasibility of using our technologies at your site, without charge, as a complimentary service and is therefore given on the express understanding and agreement of the recipient that they are given without warranty (expressed or implied) or liability of any kind. Results will depend on specific site conditions. Please discuss your site with a Tersus Technical Associate. It is recommended that a treatability study be performed to verify applicability to your specific contaminant and site conditions. We are not a professional engineering firm and do not provide professional advice. Product sheets, brochures, instructions, technical advice, suggested recommendations by our staff, or other information provided by Tersus Environmental and/or the Companies we represent is provided as guidelines for the convenience of recipient only and should not be construed as substitute for appropriate engineering and geologic design by qualified professionals.