BOS 200® IS A TRAP & TREAT® IN-SITU REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGY OFFERED BY REMEDIATION PRODUCTS INC. (RPI) AND IS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO DEGRADE PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS, RELATED SOLVENTS, AND OILS. 

BOS 200® is a complete system effecting accelerated biodegradation of various organic compounds on an activated carbon platform that includes micro and macro nutrients, time release terminal electron acceptors, and a blend of facultative organisms designed to flourish within the aerobic to anaerobic conditions present in the pore structure of the carbon. It has been demonstrated to be effective with light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL), fuel oxygenates, alcohols, glycols, and cyclic ethers. The product is insensitive to groundwater geochemistry and is effective under aerobic and anaerobic conditions and over a broad range of pH.

AST has embraced the BOS 200® technology. In 2006 we achieved a No Further Action in Kentucky on the first project where we installed the material. Since that initial application, AST has successfully completed over 150 projects in Kentucky and more than 400 across the United States, Canada, and Europe. BOS 200® is the primary in-situ solution AST provides to our clients for the remediation of petroleum hydrocarbon impacts. Compared to other technologies designed to address petroleum impacts in the saturated zone, BOS 200® has an unprecedented track record.

AST has successfully installed BOS 200® to address source mass (including LNAPL), dissolved groundwater plumes, and offsite migration of contaminant mass via permeable reactive barriers (PRBs).

BOS 200 Projects

PRB/Pre-drill Application in Difficult Geology (BOS 200®)

December 13, 2019

Successful BOS 200® Application Results in Closure of Southern California UST Site

May 8, 2019

European Retail Gas Station Remediation (BOS 200®)

May 8, 2019

LNAPL Remediation at Petroleum Terminal using BOS 200®

May 8, 2019

Overburden and Bedrock Remediation at Retail Gas Site (BOS 200®)

May 8, 2019

Fractured Bedrock Remediation at Former Truck Stop (BOS 200®)

May 8, 2019

BOS 200® Achieves No Further Action at Washington State UST Site

April 29, 2019