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GARDNER, MA --(Marketwired - March 29, 2016) - TerraTherm, Inc., a subsidiary of Cascade Environmental, is pleased to announce it has partnered with a Chinese based partner to deliver our world class proprietary in situ and on-site thermal environmental remediation technologies. The Sublicense agreement was recently issued to Beijing Enviro-Chem Environmental Technology Co., Ltd. (Beijing Enviro-Chem), headquartered in Beijing, China. Beijing Enviro-Chem manufactures, sells, and delivers proven specialty products and technology to the soil, groundwater, and arable land remediation market. Beijing Enviro-Chem also provides research and development capabilities, laboratory feasibility testing, remedial design support, and remediation implementation services across China.
John Bierschenk, President and co-founder of TerraTherm, says, "We have been receiving an increasing number of inquiries from China over the past year, from customers looking for proven remediation solutions. So, we've been looking for the right partner for some time. By teaming up with Beijing Enviro-Chem, we have gained a Sublicensee that has the experience and relationships in this emerging remediation space and will really help us drive business in China."
Beijing Enviro-Chem and TerraTherm, Inc. are pleased to join forces in providing urgently needed technologies and products to help advance China's commitment to environmental remediation. "There is a tremendous amount of opportunity for TerraTherm's thermal technologies to cost-effectively remediate China's environmental challenges," said Laiqing Li, Beijing Enviro-Chem's General Manager. "Together we plan to implement the first full-scale IPTD® project in 2016 at a former steel mill in Guangzhou."
TerraTherm, Inc., a subsidiary of Cascade Environmental, is a worldwide leader in the development and implementation of in situ and on‐site thermal remediation of toxic contaminants. TerraTherm designs, builds and operates projects from concept to closure, using Thermal Conduction Heating (TCH), Steam Enhanced Extraction (SEE), Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH), and combinations of the technologies above. With offices in Massachusetts and California, and sub licensees such as Krüger A/S (eight European countries), they offer services worldwide. For more information, visit www.terratherm.com.