ISCR remediation combined with in-situ bioremediation is a complicated process requiring continuous and frequent monitoring and injection. There are also considerable needs for instruments since production and injection require special equipment (these are available in our company or at cooperating partners).
Nevertheless, the investment will pay off since in-situ methods do not produce waste, there are no unmanaged spaces left (spaces under buildings can also be processed) and the chemical (ISCR) or the combined technology can be much faster than the traditional methods based on physical principles (e.g. groundwater exploitation / stripping). Anaerobic dechlorination as a supplementary technology is capable of handling contaminations that are stuck in the low permeability layers and refilling (matrix diffusion). In these cases, HRC is delivered directly (e.g. splitting of layers) or indirectly by the diffusion of HRC substances.
After remediation is finished, original conditions can be easily restored since the injection probes are temporary. The injection technology can also be applied in operating manufacturing plants since injection requires little space and can also be mobilized if required.