Beale awarded for innovative environmental restoration practices
A bioreactors is installed to treat groundwater. The groundwater is pumped to the top of the bioreactor and allowed to percolate through layers of mulch, gravel, molasses, and vegetable oil. The molasses and vegetable oil act as nutrients for the microbes that breakdown the chlorinated solvents. (Courtesy photo)

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