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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY19 is not expected to be complete until June, 2020.

  1. Development of an In Situ Thermal Extraction Detection System (TEDS) for Rapid, Accurate, Quantitative Analysis of Environmental Pollutants in the Subsurface

    SBC: Ion Signature Technology, Inc.            Topic: TopicH

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in its publication Technology News and Trends in 2009 featured the Navy's work that saved 6 years and $3 million delineating chlorinated solvent plumes in soil and groundwater. The Navy used EPA's TRIAD process, which incorporates systematic planning, field analytics, and dynamic work strategies, during its hazardous waste site investigation. A direct ...

    SBIR Phase II 2010 Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Environmentally Safe Silane Technology for Adhesion of Rubber to Tire Cord Steel

    SBC: Aeromet Technologies, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Strong and durable bonds between rubber and metals are important in many industries. The largest single commercial application is bonding of steel tire cords to sulfur-vulcanized natural rubber (NR) compounds. The current process for bonding steel tire cords to NR compounds requires the plating of brass on the individual filaments. This brass alloy is applied on the running wire as it is being dra ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. IMPROVED POLLUTION CONTROL USING RAMAN SCATTERING GAS ANALYSIS

    SBC: Albion Instruments            Topic: N/A

    REAL TIME ON-LINE ANALYSIS OF STACK GASSES IS NECESSARY TO MONITOR EFFLUENTS AND TO PERMIT FEEDBACK CONTROL OF COMBUSTION PROCESS AND DOWN STREAM SCRUBBER SYSTEMS. MULTIMEDIA POLLUTION ANALYSIS REQUIRES MULTIPLE SENSOR TECHNOLOGY WITH PRESENT COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE INSTRUMENTATION. CURRENTLY, COMPLEX ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS MUSTBE ASSEMBLED THAT ARE EXPENSIVE, PRONE TO DRIFT, AND DIFFICULT TO OPERATE A ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. Innovative Oxidation Treatment for Removal of MTBE From Drinking Water Using a Combined Photocatalytic Reactor and Ozone Generator

    SBC: Technology Holding, LLC            Topic: N/A

    Oxygenates such as methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) have been used in the United States as octane enhancers in gasoline and to boost the oxygen content of reformulated gasoline, which was a requirement of the Clean Air Act. MTBE has found its way into lakes, underground aquifers, and urban wells in 49 states; MTBE is detected in 5¿10 percent of community drinking water supplies in high-oxygenat ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. Mixed Potential-Based Miniature Sensors for Real-Time On-Vehicle NOx Monitoring From Mobile Sources

    SBC: Technology Holding, LLC            Topic: N/A

    Nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide (jointly represented as NOx) constitute one of the primary classes of pollutants in engine exhaust from both on-road mobile sources such as diesel trucks, and off-road sources such as tractors. Monitoring the NOx concentration in exhaust streams is critical for efficient application of new technologies for the reduction of NOx emissions, and for the enforcement o ...

    SBIR Phase I 2003 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. RECOVERY OF METALS FROM AQUEOUS WASTE STREAMS VIA ELECTROLYTIC RECOVERY UTILIZING A FLUIDIZED POWDER CATHODE

    SBC: Covofinish Co., Inc.            Topic: N/A

    A NEW SYSTEM FOR THE ELECTROLYTIC RECOVERY OF METALS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS WITH A UNIQUE ELECTRODE CONFIGURATION IS PROPOSED. THIS SYSTEM WOULD USE A CATHODE CONSISTING OF A LIQUID FLUIDIZED BED OF METAL POWDER, CARBON POWDER, OR METALLIZED PLASTIC BALLS. THE CATHODE SHOULD PROVIDE A SIGNIFICANTLY LARGER SURFACE AREA THAN A STANDARD SOLID CATHODE AND CONSEQUENTLY WILL INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF T ...

    SBIR Phase I 1992 Environmental Protection Agency
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    SBC: EarthFax Development Corp.            Topic: N/A

    Not Available Commercial coarse grain dielectric based ceramic capacitors are ineffective for use in high energy storage and delivery applications since the dielectric's permittivity decreases sharply when the applied voltage is increased. Thus, the energy storage dens

    SBIR Phase I 2000 Environmental Protection Agency
  8. Novel Process for the Management and Mitigation of Tar and Oil Byproducts from Solid Waste Gasification

    SBC: EMERY ENERGY COMPANY, LLC            Topic: N/A

    A large variety of solid waste streams are available for conversiont to useful energy, including solid municipa waste (MSW), woody by-products, myriads of farm and agriculture by-products, waste tires, and low-quality fuel sources. All such feedstocks can be converted to useful clean energy using gasification technology. Keeping these materials out of a landfill is both economically and environm ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Environmental Protection Agency
  9. HEAVY METAL REMOVAL AT THE PPB LEVEL FROM CULINARY WATER USING A NOVEL MACROCYCLE-SILICA GEL DEVICE

    SBC: IBC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES, INC            Topic: N/A

    IT IS DESIRABLE TO HAVE A MTHOD FOR EFFICIENT, COST EFFEC- TIVE, AND SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF PB(II), AG(I), CD(II) AND HG(II) FROM POTABLE WATER TO LEVELS WELL BELOW THEIR EPA LIMITS. SUCH A METHOD COULD BE USED BY BOTH MUNICIPAL WATER WASTE TREATMENT PLALNTS. THE INTERACTION OF THE MACROCYCLE TETRAAZA-18CROWN WITH THE METALS OF INTEREST IS OF SUFFI- CIENT STRENGTH AND SELECTIVITY TO REMOVE THE ME ...

    SBIR Phase II 1989 Environmental Protection Agency
  10. HEAVY METAL REMOVAL AT THE PPB LEVEL FROM CULINARY WATER USING A NOVEL MACROCYCLE-SILICA GEL DEVICE

    SBC: IBC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES, INC            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase I 1988 Environmental Protection Agency

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