M. van den Brand

HMVTRS

Marco van den Brand has studied environmental engineering at the University of Newcastle in 1994 and civil engineering in The Netherlands. Since 1994 he is working at HMVT, one of the first Dutch in-situ soil remediation companies, started in 1990. Marco has over 20 years of experience in design, operating and monitoring of in-situ remediation projects, varying from all kind of pump & treat projects, biological and chemical projects as well as in-situ thermal remediation projects. HMVT has two offices, one in The Netherlands and one in Belgium and executes over 70 projects simultaneously at this moment. Not only in The Netherlands and Belgium but also in France, Spain and other European countries. Since 2007 Marco is also the managing director of HMVT. Beside HMVT Marco is also Managing Director of two Joint Ventures, HMVTRS and Reym-HMVT. HMVTRS focuses on the ERH technology in Europe and with Reym-HMVT we offer temporary Industrial Vapour Solutions.

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Results of an ERH in-situ remediation Project in Belgium

HMVTRS has carried out an in-situ remediation project near Brussels, Belgium. The project site was heavily polluted with a complex mixture of chlorinated solvents, alcohols and (aromatic) hydrocarbons as well as a lot of pollutant mass (ca. 25 tons). During the presentation we will detail how we designed the in-situ thermal remediation project and what results were achieved. HMVTRS has carried out an in-situ remediation project near Brussels, Belgium. The project site was heavily polluted with a complex mixture of chlorinated solvents, alcohols and (aromatic) hydrocarbons as well as a lot of pollutant mass (ca. 25 tons). During the presentation we will detail how we designed the in-situ thermal remediation project and what results were achieved.

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