H2A Recovers over 1,600 Pounds of Hydrocarbons at a Remote Site in South Central Oklahoma Using SVE Only
H2A recently utilized a trailer mounted, internal combustion engine (ICE), mobile dual-phase extraction (MDPE) system to successfully complete a 7-day, high vacuum remediation (HVR) soil vapor extraction (SVE) pilot test at a refined products pipeline release site, located in south central Oklahoma. The area impacted is situated in a remote location within the pipeline right-of-way, where challenging terrain makes it inaccessible to larger and/or heavier equipment. Our system has a small footprint (24 feet long by 8 feet wide) and weighs in at less than 6,000 pounds. The on board treatment train consists of both vapor abatement and phase separation; the system is also equipped with an automatic data logger. Using H2A’s custom HVR equipment, our skilled field technicians were able to recover over 1,600 pounds of hydrocarbons from the subsurface during the pilot test. H2A currently owns and operates a fleet of four, custom HVR ICE MDPE systems.