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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY20 is not expected to be complete until September, 2021.

  1. Disposable Micromachined Flow Immunoassay for Field Detection of Contaminants

    SBC: American Research Corporation of Virginia            Topic: N/A

    The use of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) to detect contaminants such as solvents, fuels, and pesticides in soil and water samples is now well established. Although ELISA and related methods can facilitate analysis of samples, several washing and separation steps are involved that require 30 to 120 minutes per sample to reach equilibrium. Recently, near infrared fluorescence immunoassa ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Silica Materials for Mercury Recovery From Wastewater

    SBC: T P L, INC            Topic: N/A

    A number of industrial processes generate wastewater with mercury contamination. Existing cleanup processes have difficulties in achieving low mercury discharge limits, especially in the presence of competing metal ions already below their discharge limits. Commercial ion exchange media are not selective for mercury, so other metal ions compete with mercury for binding sites. Consequently, excess ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. Novel Fiber Optic Biosensor for Pesticide Residue Detection

    SBC: LUNA INNOVATIONS INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1996 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. LASER INDUCED FLUORESCENCE MONITORING OF SOLVENT RECOVERY PROCESSES

    SBC: American Research Corporation of Virginia            Topic: N/A

    Developments in on-site spent solvent recovery have implications for reducedenvironmental pollution in the dry cleaning, furniture and paint manufacturingindustries as well as in a range of commercial services. Effluents from solventrecovery operations include fugitive emissions, vent stack gases and water/solvent mixtures. At present, the scale of solvent-recovery operations incertain industrie ...

    SBIR Phase I 1995 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. THE USE OF MULTI-COMPONENT WASTE PRODUCTS FOR USE IN ROOFING MATERIALS

    SBC: Ecomat, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    The use of multi-component waste products provides an opportunity to produce aroofing material with an excellent balance of cost and properties. Simulatedslate tiles comprised of fly ash, other reinforcing filler, and thermoset hybridresin have been modelled. Based on initial market reactions to preliminary cost,physical properties data, and appearance, this application appears promising.Ecomat ...

    SBIR Phase I 1995 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. Development of a Performance Assessment Process Controller

    SBC: Innovative Tech. Solutions            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1995 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  7. A Detection System for Determining the Concentration, Size, and Depth of Buried Radioactive Material

    SBC: Shonka Research Associates            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1995 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  8. A NEAR-INFRARED DIODE LASER-BASED CONTINUOUS EMISSIONS MONITOR FOR NITROGEN OXIDES

    SBC: Southwest Sciences, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    This project addresses the development of diode-laser-based continuous-emissionsmonitors (CEMs) to meet the emissions monitoring requirements imposed on a widerange of industries by Federal and state clean air regulations. The overridingobjective is the development of new, highly reliably instrumentation that hassubstantially lower long term operating and maintenance costs than existinginstrument ...

    SBIR Phase I 1995 Environmental Protection Agency
  9. ROBOTIC INSPECTION OF CRUDE OIL CARRIER TANKS

    SBC: American Research Corporation of Virginia            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1990 Environmental Protection Agency
  10. RECLAMATION OF SOILS AND SOIL LEACHATES CONTAMINATED WITH HEAVY METALS

    SBC: Bio-recovery Systems, Inc            Topic: N/A

    SOIL WASHING OR FLUSHING HAS BEEN SHOWN TO BE AN EFFECTIVE METHOD FOR REMOVING HEAVY METALS FROM METAL-CONTAMINATED SOILS AT SUPERFUND SITES. SANDY SOILS CAN OFTEN BE WASHED WITH WATER TO MOBILIZE METAL IONS IN AN AQUEOUS PHASE, BUT FOR CLAY SOILS OR SOILS WHICH CONTAIN INSOLUBLE METAL COMPOUNDS, E.G., LEAD SULFATE, OTHER ADDITIVES SUCH AS CHELATING AGENTS (EDTA) ARE USED TO EFFECT TRANSFER OF MET ...

    SBIR Phase I 1990 Environmental Protection Agency
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