Environmental Equipment, Bioremediation, Soil Analysis, Groundwater Treatment Technologies  

Groundwater Remediation, Water Pollution Technologies
Welcome to Kerfoot Technologies, Inc.

If your projects require dealing with groundwater MTBE, TBA and GRO removal, there is a process more effective than pump-and-treat and air sparging.

Kerfoot Technologies is a leader in groundwater remediation based on innovative, fast and efficient techniques.

Kerfoot Technologies is a leader in groundwater remediation and characterization equipment.  Since 1978, our guidance in serving our customers has been innovation to provide faster, more efficient and more cost-effective groundwater treatment technologies.

Our ozone chemical oxidation sparging equipment cleans contaminated soil and groundwater with minimal site disruption.  Our patented and patent-pending C-Sparger®, Perozone®, and Nanozox™ systems and processes are exceptionally effective against the most common pollutants in a wide variety of soil types.  These chemical oxidation technologies take the place of costly and time-consuming “dig-and-haul” or pump-and-treat methods.  The constant on-site supply of ozone and peroxides offers consistent contact with contaminants, as opposed to batched liquid oxidant dosing.

Site characterization needs are met with our GeoFlo® groundwater flowmeters and push-probe soil gas/soil/groundwater samplers.

Kerfoot Technologies invites you to contact us to meet your site remediation requirements.

Kerfoot can solve your problem...

Petroleum producers
Government entities
Oil refinery officers
Dry cleaners
Gas station owners
Brownfield Sites
Anywhere toxic chemicals must
be removed from groundwater
1,4 dioxane
Petroleum alkanes
New Product Announcements:

New Product Announcement
Nanozox Technology
Fracture Water Treatment
Remove Organics and metals,
including barium and strontium
to form clean salt product

Visit us at:
Florida Remediation Conference, Orlando, FL,  October 13-14, 2011

The 27th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, 
Water and Energy, University of Massachusetts, October 17-20, 2011

Recent Solutions

  Release of petroleum contaminants from a retail gasoline station product line in a California Central Valley town threatened an adjacent, downgradient municipal water supply well.
Contaminants:  MTBE, GRO (gasoline-range organics)
Hydrogeology:  Highly interbedded, poorly graded sand, clayey sand, silty sand, sandy silt, silt, sandy clay, lean clay; clay lens from 12 to 16 ft bgs; hard silt bed 45 to 49 ft bgs.  Hydraulic gradient 0.0002 to 0.001 feet per foot toward supply well.
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Problem:  Recalcitrant MTBE following SVE/bioventing treatment of gasoline service station in southern California
Contaminants:  TPH as gasoline (TPHg), BTEX, MTBE
Hydrogeology:  Poorly-graded sand, sand with silt, discontinuous layers of silt to 100 ft below surface; fine-grained sandy silt 100 to 115 ft, occasional dense low permeable layer of silt (100 to 105 ft).  Groundwater at 100 ft below ground surface.  Hydraulic conductivity 4.9 ft/day.  Porosity 38% in saturated silt below 100 ft

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Problem:  Industrial VOC spill threatened adjacent water supply well field in Ohio
Contaminants:  PCE, TCE, c-DCE, VC
Hydrogeology:  Fluvial sand and gravel deposits with discontinuous silt lenses.  Groundwater at 5 ft below ground surface.  Hydraulic conductivity 200 ft/day.  Near-surface silt lenses caused heavy rainfall perched water events.
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