What kind of performance enhancement can I expect from Fractured Wells compared to conventional wells for in situ site remediation?
That depends on the soil type, soil fracturing intensity, nature and distribution of contaminants, remediation methodology used, etc. Our experience from placing hundreds of fractures for site remediation has shown that soil fracturing can: ” Increase Bulk Permeability in soils by up to three orders of magnitude ” Double the Radius of Influence of Fractured Recovery Wells ” Increase Contaminant Removal Rates by twentyfold ” Reduce Time required for Site Remediation by more than half ” Reduce number of Recovery Wells required by up to 75%. Specific examples of Fractured Well performance used with various remediation technologies can be found in the BENEFITS link.
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- What kind of performance enhancement can I expect from Fractured Wells compared to conventional wells for in situ site remediation?
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