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Brett Davidson, President and CEO, Wavefront Technology Solutions, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada You could say that Wavefront Technology Solutions' Brett Davidson and his team like to go with the flow. The company's Primawave technology is becoming a compelling solution in the marketplace as project managers are able to see underground remediation projects completed faster and more economically. Davidson and his co-inventors conducted innovative physical research 12 years ago examining ways to make fluids flow more easily underground. They discovered that sending powerful bursts of fluid would momentarily expand the pore structure of rock and soil to allow liquids, such as remedial solutions, to flow more easily and evenly underground. They used this discovery to develop the Primawave tool, which attaches to injection pumps to precisely and effectively direct remedial treatments to be in close contact with underground contaminants. Compared to conventional injection methods, Primawave reduces the number of injection points needed,…Log In to Read Full Article

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