WaterTectonics worked with multiple stakeholders and project partners on this complex remediation and cleanup project at the St. Joe River in Avery, Idaho. This late phase Superfund cleanup was a joint effort between multiple parties. The construction phase of the project was conducted by Pacific Pile & Marine. WaterTectonics worked with Pacific Pile & Marine to provide a 300gpm WaveIonics electrocoagulation system in addition to polishing carbon filtration in order to meet all effluent treatment goals. The project involved dredging various areas of contaminated sediment in the river, treating the water from the work areas, and then safely discharging it back to the environment.

Technologies:

300gpm electrocoagulation treatment and carbon polishing
Idaho Superfund cleanup site
dredging contaminated river sediment
St. Joe River Remediation
300gpm electrocoagulation treatment and carbon polishing
Idaho Superfund cleanup site
dredging contaminated river sediment
St. Joe River Remediation
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