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Hartland Township, 341 pp, 2017

A biosparging pilot study was conducted at the Hartland 36 Gas Plant, a former natural gas processing plant that operated from 1999 to 2015 in Hartland Township, Livingston County, Michigan. The pilot's purpose was to evaluate the effectiveness of biosparging to enhance bioremediation of sulfolane dissolved in the groundwater and ultimately to provide data for use in full-scale remediation system design. This technical memorandum summarizes the field methodologies and results demonstrating the effectiveness of the biosparging pilot study. http://hartlandtwp.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Hartland-36-Gas-Plant.Biosparging-Pilot-Study-Technical-Memorandum.7-28-2017-002.pdf
According to information found in follow-on reports at the bottom of http://hartlandtwp.com/residents/roads-water-sewer/water/, startup of a full-scale biosparging remediation system was implemented on November 16, 2017.

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