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TRIUM to Investigate Bentonite

By Water Canada 09:10AM August 12, 2009

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TRIUM Environmental Solutions Inc. has received funding from the National Research Council of Canada’s Industrial Research Assistance Program.

The $150,000 contribution will support the Cochrane, Alberta-based company in developing innovative techniques to improve water quality by using bentonite to remove salt from groundwater.

TRIUM is a consulting-industry innovator with expertise in environmental forensics, environmental toxicology, environmental risk assessment, analytical chemistry, data quality assurance, litigation support, hydrogeological investigation and monitoring, environmental site assessment, environmental risk management, remediation engineering and project management.

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