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Delta Remediation (Delta) and the University of Calgary (U of C) Department of GeoScience are formalizing their third research project, this time in the field of Produced Water (Sodium Chloride) remediation. The research team is seeking both contaminated soils and interested industry partners for this upcoming research project. Please contact Delta Remediation through its web...
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Alberta’s Clean Resource Innovation Network and the .government of Canada’s Trade Commissioners Service recently published a brochure highlighting Canadian companies who have developed innovative technologies that are being adopted on a global scale. Delta Remediation was proud to be featured alongside other Canadian Environmental leaders such as Ages Thermal Processing and Maapera Analytics . TCS-Fact-Sheet-LAND_WELLSITE-WEB_EN-1Download...
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Delta Remediation has successfully completed bioremediation of long-chain (F1-F4G) hydrocarbons in Canada’s Arctic. Using its’ proprietary BioLogix technology to reclaim over 1,400 cubic meters of contaminated soils saving almost $200,000 after all expenses associated with the bioremediation treatment. Located near Lac de Gras within the Northwest Territories, Canada approximately 300 km north of Yellowknife and...
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As the developed world has created the need for energy, one of the most challenging environmental problems today is hydrocarbon contamination resulting from the activities related to the petrochemical industry.  Hydrocarbon based waste streams (created in the exploration and production of petroleum products) are especially problematic given that hydrocarbon components are been known to be...
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Delta Remediation was invited to guest lecture at an Industrial Chemistry class Monday, September 18th 2017. Presentation intent was to give students an overview of Delta’s technology and industrial applications. Delta has an existing relationship with the University via Dr Michael Serpe (Serpe Group). Delta and the Serpe Group are currently collaborating on research with...
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Delta Remediation is proud to announce that it was recently awarded combined federal & provincial grants for R&D initiatives as regards Bioremediation, Nanotechnology and BioLogix technology. NSERC (Federal) and Alberta Innovates (Provincial) are providing research funding for this work with the University. Objectives of the research include; To further optimize BioLogix BioRemediation via studying peak inoculation...
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Delta Remediations’ bioremediation technology was showcased in the April 2017 issue of Environmental Science and Engineering (ES&E) Magazine. The article located on page 30 of the issue features a case study where Delta Remediation injected BioLogix microbes through 11 injection points on the contaminated portions of the property. The site featured in the article was located...
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Delta Remediation is proud to announce that it was recently awarded a federal grant for R&D initiatives regarding Bioremediation and BioLogix technology. Objectives of the research are To further validate BioLogix BioRemediation in a lab setting by a respected third party To standardize methodologies for completing bench scale studies To  cultivate a relationship with NAIT for future...
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The Delta Remediation team would like to thank everyone who stopped by to say hi at our booth, and for those who entered the draw for our drone giveaway, Mark from SLR in Vancouver was the lucky winner. The Delta team would also like to thank all of the presenters, some of whom spoke about...
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The Delta team met with Mike Holmes and his team earlier this season to look at remediation and cleanup options for the Fort McMurray AB wildfire. Delta’s Bio Remediation technology could be used to clean up residual oil spills, diesel spills, or other hydrocarbon spills that were the result of the fire, and concrete foundations could be...
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