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Former Gas Station

Project Location:
Syracuse, NY

Scope Of Work

Chemical oxidation was utilized at a former gas station located near Syracuse, New York in October 2009 to remediate petroleum contaminants. The compounds of concern included benzene, toluene, xylenes, and various functionalized benzene compounds. The in-situ program covered a total area of 9,225 square feet and treated soil and groundwater from 9-15 ft. below ground surface. The remedial liquids were injected into 39 points via direct push technologies (fig.1). Two intervals between 10 and 18 feet below ground surface (bgs) were used to inject the liquids into the targeted media affecting a radius of 7-10 feet for each point