Tech Transfer: Evolution of Bioremediation

Speaker Ron Finn, Steve Ellis
Ron Finn, Petroleum Engineer Graduated 1985 University Texas Austin Oil Field Background Texas Rail Road Commission Halliburton Luling Texas,FRAC Nowsco Alice Texas,Frac Weatherford Midland Frac Engineer Founder CEO Terramed Remediation 2015   Steve Ellis Founder Executive Vice President Dry-Let, Dallas FT Worth Graduate Louisburg College Executive Nortel over 20 years President ...

Ron Finn, Petroleum Engineer


Graduated 1985 University Texas Austin


Oil Field Background


Texas Rail Road Commission


Halliburton Luling Texas,FRAC


Nowsco Alice Texas,Frac


Weatherford Midland Frac Engineer


Founder CEO Terramed Remediation 2015


 


Steve Ellis


Founder Executive Vice President Dry-Let, Dallas FT Worth


Graduate Louisburg College


Executive Nortel over 20 years


President McKinney Ice Hockey Club 3.5 Years


Steve has established Dry-Let in Canada,Costa Rica,Greece,Russia,etc

Full Description

 

Bioremediation has finally evolved!  You are invited to hear Terramed Remediation’s Ron Finn and Drylet’s Steve Ellis present the theory and third-party validated data for this revolutionary microbial delivery technology, best described as “bioreactors”.  Wastewater plants have tried everything to solve problems of odor and sludge build up that result in air quality fines and expensive trucking expenses. Dry-let has helped solved some of these issues by putting common bacteria inside a bio reactor .

In the Houston area a waste water plant treats 1 million gallons of waste water with 2 pounds of these bio reactors per day which eliminates the odors and reduces sludge by 35 % .This  same technology is being use in the oil and gas business to remediate waste products.  

These bioreactors overcome many of the limitations of legacy bioremediation techniques by requiring a much lower moisture requirement to be effective.  Case studies will be presented for successful remediation’s that include fuel spills, oil-based drill cuttings, production pits, industrial lagoons and tank battery remediation.  In addition to hydrocarbons, this bioreactor technology can also effectively remediate chlorides and SAR. 

Organizer Technology Transfer Committee

When?

Tue, Aug. 25, 2015
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Norris Westchase Center
9990 Richmond Ave., Suite 102
Houston, TX 77042
United States

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