If you’re the owner of a chlorinated environmental liability, dry cleaner, machine shop, or manufacturing facility, you’ve likely been told that remediating the ground your business sits on will take decades—and hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars. Here’s a not-so-little secret: it doesn’t have to.
TerraStryke is an expert in bioremediation and can help you achieve compliance in years (not decades) and without breaking the bank. “It takes just a single deployment of our patented additive ERDenhanced to establish reducing conditions that can last for decades,” shares TerraStryke founder and president Kent Armstrong. “We leverage Mother Nature’s own microbial processes to achieve complete biotransformation with minimal environmental impact, no above-ground support equipment, and no O&M costs.”
It’s all thanks to TerraStryke’s proprietary additive, ERDenhanced™. Let’s dig into that a little a bit more.
How ERDenhanced works:
ERDenhanced is a biostimulant that enhances the subsurface ecosystem—the treatment zone—to allow native microbial populations to perform at their maximum potential. In addition to getting the ‘rebound out upfront’, ERDenhanced sequesters greenhouse gasses and can be formulated to minimize contaminant advection as it’s being destroyed. In addition, Liabilities are reduced as complete contaminant destruction and site compliance is realized. And this happens all while working with nature, and not against it.
What does that mean for you?
- Elimination of multiple site deployments
- Elimination of indoor ambient air issues
- Increased property value
- faster occupancy
- greater return on your remediation dollar
It’s also incredibly practical. Our products are:
- shipped dry in 33-lb bags, which keeps shipping costs down
- are non-regulated making handling, storage, and use simple and safe
ERDenhanced has viscosities that maximize subsurface distribution and they don’t ‘thicken up’ with decreasing temperatures. “This minimizes site efforts while maximizing subsurface distribution to ensure additive contact with indigenous microbial populations,” says Armstrong.
The end result? Maximum effectiveness with minimal site work. Now, who doesn’t love that?