Carbonair was hired by a petroleum pipeline company to assist in the clean-up and repair of a ruptured petroleum pipeline in South Carolina. The project involved providing temporary treatment of contaminated groundwater generated as a result of dewatering associated with the repair of the ruptured line.
Carbonair reviewed the contaminant concentrations, required water flow rates and the anticipated duration of the project. Based on these data, Carbonair designed, delivered and installed a 250 GPM temporary groundwater treatment system.
A Carbonair field service technician was provided to oversee the off-loading of equipment as well as assist in set-up, installation and operator training.
The system performed as designed, allowing for the timely repair of the ruptured pipeline. At the conclusion of the project, Carbonair field staff removed and disposed of the spent filter media and performed demobilization of the equipment.