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Waterloo Membrane Sampler™ Receives Regulatory Approval in Israel

June 2015: Tel Aviv, Israel The Waterloo Membrane Sampler™ (WMS™) received approval of the Ministry of Environmental Protection in Israel for the purpose of collecting soil gas samples. The WMS™ was previously approved by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for site-specific use in 2009.

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SiREM Offers New Product for Anaerobic Injection Water Preparation

March 2015: SiREM is pleased to announce the availability of KB-1® Primer, a new product used to prepare anaerobic injection water to disperse electron donors and protect anaerobic bioaugmentation cultures during injection into aquifers.

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SiREM Bioaugmentation Cultures Receive Los Angeles Water Board WDR Approval

September 12th, 2014, Los Angeles California: SiREM's KB-1® and KB-1® Plus bioaugmentation cultures were approved under a general Waste Discharge Requirement (WDR) by the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board (LARWQCB).

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Second Patent Granted for SIREM Test to Monitor Chlorinated Solvent Bioremediation

GUELPH, ONTARIO, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - The U.S. Patent and Trade Office issued Microbial Reduction of Vinyl Chloride (US Patent 8,647, 824 B2) on February 11, 2014, to Stanford University for the use of the vinyl chloride reductase (vcrA) gene to quantify microorganisms critical in chlorinated solvent bioremediation.

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SiREM offers Dehalogenimonas testing

July 2013
The importance of Dehalogenimonas (Dhg) to bioremediation is becoming increasingly clear as the list of compounds dechlorinated by these microorganisms continues to grow.

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SiREM and In Situ Well Technologies Offer Novel Remediation Testing Technology

GUELPH, ONTARIO, and TEMPE, ARIZONA - SiREM and In Situ Well Technologies, LLC (ISW) now offer the AutoPilotTest for remediation feasibility testing through a recently completed commercialization agreement. ISW is a remediation-focused spin-off company of the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University (ASU).

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SiREM Bioaugmentation Cultures Now Approved For Use In Australia

SiREM's bioaugmentation cultures have been approved for use in Australia as of September 18th, 2012.

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SiREM and Tersus Environmental Form Strategic Marketing Alliance

SiREM and Tersus Environmental announced today the signing of a Sales Agency Agreement between the two firms.

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Patent Protection Granted for SiREM Tests to Monitor Chlorinated Solvent Remediation

The U.S. Patent and Trade Office issued a patent, Microbial Reduction of Vinyl Chloride, to Stanford University on Nov. 22

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Elizabeth Edwards Wins Ontario Professional Engineers Awards

University of Toronto Professor Elizabeth Edwards, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, is among seven members of the U of T Engineering community who will be recognized by the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) and Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) with Ontario Professional Engineers Awards. The awards recognize outstanding individual for engineering excellence and community service.

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The Waterloo Membrane Sampler™ for Monitoring VOC Vapor Concentrations

SiREM is pleased to announce the availability of a new passive sampler, the Waterloo Membrane Sampler (WMS), for monitoring vapor VOC concentrations.

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Contaminated Site Cleanup with Microbial Culture KB-1® A Canadian Success Story

The first KB-1® bioaugmentation injection in Canada was performed by Toxicological and Environmental Associates (TEA) Inc. of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

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KB-1® Bioaugmentation Culture Receives Regulatory Approvals in Canada

KB-1® Bioaugmentation Culture Receives Regulatory Approvals in Canada: SiREM's bioaugmentation culture, KB-1®, applied at over 150 sites in the US and Europe to enhance reductive dechlorination of chlorinated ethenes, has been added to Environment Canada's Domestic Substance List and SiREM has obtained a mobile Certificate of Approval for use in Ontario.

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