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Your Partner in Remediation Success

SiREM provides the tools environmental professionals need to optimize remediation of chlorinated solvents and other recalcitrant chemicals. As an industry leader, SiREM provides unparalleled technical support, combined with a unique range of products and testing services, that save our clients money, increase remediation effectiveness and provide peace of mind during field implementation.

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SiREM Products & Services

Advanced Bioaugmentation Cultures

Our bioaugmentation cultures enhance the bioremediation of chlorinated solvents

KB-1® and KB-1® Plus

Successful bioaugmentation starts with a concentrated bioaugmentation culture that arrives on site with high viability.
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Environmental Molecular Testing

Assess bioremediation potential and monitor enhanced bioremediation performance

Gene-Trac® Testing

Quantify key microorganisms in groundwater soil/sediment and other media
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Reduce Costs, Increase Confidence

Evaluate and optimize remediation performance variables in a laboratory setting

Treatability Studies

Treatability studies minimize risks associated with remedy selection, implementation, increase stakeholder confidence and lead to reduced remediation time frames and costs.
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Passive Samplers for Air and Pore Water Monitoring

A convenient and cost effective approach for contaminated sediments

Passive Samplers

Passive samplers are a convenient and cost effective approach for quantifying contaminants in vapor intrusion and sediment characterization.
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News & Events

Technology Spotlight: SP3™ Sampler for Quantifying Contaminants in Porewater

The SP3™ sampler uses a polyethylene sorbent to capture hydrophobic contaminants in pore water Contaminated sediments are a significant environmental problem that impacts the use and enjoyment of waterbodies worldwide and contribute to the 3,200 [...]

SiREM and University of Toronto Receive Research Funding for Anaerobic Benzene Culture Research

11 July 2016: Genome Canada announced research funding under the Genomic Applications Partnership Program (GAPP) (http://www.genomecanada.ca/en/news-and-events/news-releases/new-genomic-application-projects-spur-innovation-across-many-canadian) that could revolutionize how benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene contaminated sites are cleaned up. Benzene will be a project focus [...]

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