REMEDIADE™

TECHNICAL PRODUCT BULLETIN: B-66
USEPA, OIL PROGRAM CENTER
LISTING DATE: JUNE 08, 2011
“REMEDIADE™”
(aka, SP 7010)

I. NAME, BRAND, OR TRADEMARK
REMEDIADE™
Type of Product: Bioremediation Agent (Nutrient Additive)
II. NAME, ADDRESS, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF MANUFACTURER/CONTACT
JDMV Holdings, LP
15995 N. Barkers Landing, Suite 143
Houston, TX 77079
Phone: (281) 558-3433
Fax: (281) 870-1200
E-mail: msuttle@jdmvholdings.com
Web Site: www.jdmvholdingslp.com Exit
(Mr. Michael Suttle)
III. NAME, ADDRESS, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF PRIMARY DISTRIBUTORS
JDMV Holdings, LP
15995 N. Barkers Landing, Suite 143
Houston, TX 77079
Phone: (281) 558-3433
Fax: (281) 870-1200
E-mail: msuttle@jdmvholdings.com
Web Site: www.jdmvholdingslp.com Exit
(Mr. Michael Suttle)
VariChem International, Inc.
78330 HiWay 35 North
Bay City, TX 77414
Phone: (979) 245-7278
Fax: (979) 245-0612
E-mail: Gordon@varichemusa.com
Web Site: www.varichemusa.com Exit
(Mr. Gordon Winfrey)
IV. SPECIAL HANDLING AND WORKER PRECAUTIONS FOR STORAGE AND FIELD APPLICATION
1. Flammability: Non-flammable (DOT: Non-hazardous)
2. Ventilation: No special requirements
3. Skin and eye contact; protective clothing; treatment in case of contact: As defined by OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, this product is non-hazardous with no evidence of adverse effects. Use safety glasses when handling for eye protection. Store in a cool dry place. Flush eyes and wash skin if contacted. In the event of contact with skin, wash with water. In the event of contact with eyes, rinse with water. In the event of contact with clothing or surfaces such as floors or counter tops, rinse with water and dry. In the event of spilling onto land or water, no handling or rinsing requirements are needed. No other safety or handling precautions need to be adhered to in the event of contact or spills.
4.a. Maximum storage temperature: 115°F continuous
4.b. Minimum storage temperature: 32°F
4.c. Optimum storage temperature range: 40°F to 98°F
4.d. Temperatures of phase separation and chemical changes: NA
V. SHELF LIFE
Shelf life of product unopened is 2 years. If the container has been opened, but uncontaminated and is resealed properly, the shelf life is 1 year after initial opening.
VI. RECOMMENDED APPLICATION PROCEDURE
1. Application Method: Product may be applied to any surface for removal of hydrocarbons. For treatment of large areas, properly diluted product may be applied by spraying with a pressure washer, portable fire pump or any other suitable pump with non-chlorinated fresh water or salt water. Application can also be made with normal spray equipment via a 1” or larger hose and a spray nozzle, similar to a fire nozzle. Eductor setups, water trucks as well as fire or other emergency response equipment may be used. Aircraft application is also effective in covering large areas or contaminated water.
2. Concentration/Application Rate: For in-situ soils, till the REMEDIADE™/water mixture onto the contaminated area. Soil treatment rate guidelines are 1 gallon of concentrate for 30 cubic yards of soil for each 20,000 TPH contamination level. Example: 40,000 TPH level would be 2 gallons per 30 cubic yards. Clay soils may take more product and sandy soils may take less. After the treatment rate is established, apply 1/3rd of the product mixture on the first day, wait 5 to 7 days and apply the second 1/3rd of the product mixture, wait another 5 to 7 days and apply the final 1/3rd of the product mixture. During each of the three applications apply ½ of the product mixture to the affected soil. Till or blade in this application before applying the second ½ of the product mixture. This will help the product get good coverage and disperse well into the soil.
In the event of oil spills on water, treatment guidelines are 1 gallon of concentrate per 30 square foot of surface area. After the treatment rate is established, apply 1/3rd over the area and wait 5 to 7 days and apply the second treatment. Then wait 2 to 5 days and apply the third treatment. Light gravity oils may take more. When spraying the product over oil, good agitation of the contaminant with the product can only help. This helps add to surface contact and aids in the bioremediation process. Salinity of the water will not make a difference in the effectiveness of the product.
3. Conditions for Use: Product must be mixed with non-chlorinated water, but it can be used with fresh, salt or brackish water. Reapplication may be necessary in severely contaminated areas. Be sure to apply the product on three separate days, allowing time in between the days, this helps keep bacteria counts up at a more consistent level through the process. Adding all the product in one treatment will only prove to waste product and slow the effectiveness of the overall remediation process.
VII.TOXICITY AND EFFECTIVENESS
a. Effectiveness:
Bioremediation Agent Effectiveness Test (40 CFR 300.900), Federal Register September 15, 1994:
Summary Data Table
DAYS PRODUCT
3 REPS/PROD
TOTAL MEAN
ALKANES (ppm)
RED%
28 DAYS
TOTAL MEAN
AROMATICS (ppm)
RED%
28 DAYS
0 CONTROL
NUTRIENT
PRODUCT
255,568
255,414
245,168
0
0
0
10,822
10,821
10,816
0
0
0
7 CONTROL
NUTRIENT
PRODUCT
244,841
215,169
79,688
0
0
0
10,920
9,963
9,393
0
0
0
28 CONTROL
NUTRIENT
PRODUCT
21,469
4,198
2,404
91.6
98.4
99.0
9,067
7,908
607
16.2
26.9
94.4

Results of Gravimetric Analysis:
Percentage (%) Decrease in Weight of Oil on Day 28
Control: 0.0%
Nutrient: 17.8%
Product (BET BIOPETRO): 36.0%

b. Toxicity:
NA
VIII. MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
The product is a nutrient additive and does not contain microbiological cultures or enzyme additives.
1. Listing of each component of the formulation by chemical name and percentage by weight: CONFIDENTIAL
2. Optimum storage conditions:
Temperature: 40°F to 98°F
IX. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
NA
X. ANALYSIS FOR HEAVY METALS, CYANIDE, AND CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS
NA

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