Technologies 2017-10-30T21:07:24+00:00
Technologies

Integrating Green Tech

Arva offers a range of integrated technologies for the treatment and consequent remediation of contaminated soils and surfaces. Our products and methods are developed and constantly optimised by the company’s own R&D center.

Features

  • Unique methods for environmentally-friendly treatment of contaminated soils, track beds and surfaces.

  • Innovative procedure NHS+ for rapid in situ and ex situ superoxidation of hydrocarbons

  • Eco-friendly process without toxic residues
  • A dedicated team of experienced professionals

Flexibility

  • The modular cleaning plants can be adapted to local factors for each specific cleaning purpose.

  • The degradation of hydrocarbons through superoxidation can be conducted on railway trackbeds, in soil cleaning facilities or on site using mobile cleaning plants.

  • Technology adaptive to extreme climatic conditions

Chemical Solutions
Efficient and eco-friendly

Superoxidation with NHS+

The patented superoxidation agent NHS+ is based on environmental-friendly chemicals that decompose hydrocarbons in any type of contaminated substrates, including chlorinated hydrocarbons, PAHs, BTEX, herbicides such as glyphosate and others.

It can be applied in situ or ex situ. End products are O2, H2O and a non-organic oxide (X2*CO3) as naturally existing  in many kind of soils.

Certified procedure

TÜV SÜD Industries Service GmbH has inspected the NHS+ procedure in extensive laboratory tests. The certificate states that the “novel and trendsetting procedure is suitable for the fast and very effective decomposition of hydrocarbons.” For further information, please visit our news section.

Treatable Contaminants

With NHS+, we are able to break down a broad spectrum of hydrocarbons. For the majority of these contaminants, laboratory tests and analyses from field trials and remediation projects are already available. We are constantly developing new treatment options for further hydrocarbon compounds in continuous test series.