Analysis and interpretation of isotope contents in chlorinated (HCH), aromatic (BTEX), and petroleum hydrocarbons (PH)
Organic pollutants are the most common contaminations in soil and groundwater. The aromatic (BTEX), the petroleum hydrocarbons (PH), and the chlorinated hydrocarbons (HCH) are widely spread. Due to their persistence HCH are known to generate the largest contamination plumes. Component specific isotope analyses provide the answers to contamination relevant questions such as:
- Who is responsible ?
- What is the rate of the biological degradation (natural attenuation) ?
- How old is the contamination ?
Hydroisotop offers the evaluation of a contamination with organic compounds:
- Quantification of organic pollutants in soil and groundwater
- Compound-specific isotope analyses of organic pollutants
- Evaluation and interpretation of questions relevant to the contamination
- Consulting and coordination remedial actions for groundwaters