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ADVENTUS Bioremediation Technologies Highlighted at Battelle Symposium.
Date:5/1/2010

Remediation Firm’s Green and Sustainable Solutions Featured in Eighteen Platform and Poster Sessions. Its EPA-approved technologies will be widely highlighted during the 6th international conference on "Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds" being held May 24-27 in Monterey, California.

Los Angeles, CA (Vocus) May 1, 2010 -- The Adventus Group, a remediation biotechnology enterprise for treatment of contaminated soil, sediment and groundwater environments, is proud to announce that its EPA-approved, sustainable remediation technologies will be widely highlighted during the 6th international conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, being held May 24-27 in Monterey, California.

Forward thinking environmental consultants and engineers continually seek the best remedial solutions to effectively manage complex, challenging environmental liabilities. Ideally, integrated and cost-efficient solutions can be identified to aggressively treat a range of contaminants, while saving clients time and treasure. Since its incorporation in 2003, Adventus has been demonstrating at field-scale around the world an unparalleled ability to remediate chlorinated solvents, pesticides/herbicides, heavy metals, organic explosives, and petroleum hydrocarbons.

A comprehensive summary of the Technical Session Oral Presentations and Poster Presentations is attached in PDF format for easy reference.

Some highlights include presentations in these important disciplines, and their associated Abstract Titles:

1. Incorporating Green and Sustainable Remediation
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