United Advisory Partners: NACEPT Recommends Cement-Lock Process for Passaic River Cleanup
16 Jul 2012•0 j'aime•168 vues
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National Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and Technology (NACEPT), an advisory board established by the EPA, that the Cement-Lock process is suitable as a way to begin cleaning up the Lower Passaic River and Newark Bay.
2. The cement material produced through the
Cement-Lock process is called Ecomelt.
Ecomelt, when blended with Portland cement,
produces non-hazardous cement products that
exceed the strength of Portland cement.
The Passaic River has been studied for over 20
years. Now, NACEPT has told the EPA it is time
to stop studying the river and start cleaning it up.
“The demonstration of the efficacy of the
Cement-Lock technology in New Jersey would
encourage clean-ups in several parts of the
United States where toxic pollutants are
challenging the nation” says NACEPT.
3. The Cement-Lock process is being
commercialized by Volcano Partners LLC. Al
Hendricks, Chairman, said: “We are pleased
with the recommendation by NACEPT. Toxic
materials are polluting soil and groundwater
across the country and Cement-Lock is a unique
solution that permanently removes those
hazardous materials from the ecosystem.”
“No other treatment technology today can
compete with Cement-Lock’s ability to be a
permanent, sustainable, and cost-effective
hazardous material treatment solution that
converts contaminated soils and sediments into
beneficial use products, cement additives and
electricity,” he claimed.