Headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, Adama Technologies Corp. is a “Brownfield remediation” company. The company’s patented technology is the foundation of their operations. The technology successfully treats all Resource and Recovery Act (RCRA) and Universal Treatment Standards (UTS) metals. This technology successfully completed the U.S. (EPA) “SITE” program and is available for commercial use.

Brownfields are sites affected by the former uses of the site or surrounding land. These sites are derelict or underused and may have contamination problems. Management of contaminated land means looking for ways to manage or eliminate risks, however, the primary objective of Brownfield redevelopment is the reuse of the land and the reintegration of the properties into the economic cycle.

Adama Technologies Corp. utilizes their $60,000,000 patented MBS (Molecular Bonding System) technology. Adama commitment is to providing long-term permanent solutions to hazardous heavy metal waste problems. Their MBS technology successfully treats metals including arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, and many others. In addition, this technology has the ability to treat difficult waste streams.

Applications for the company’s technology include soils, sludges, ashes, baghouse dusts, and barrel wastes. The MBS technology has major cost advantages over hazardous waste landfill and alternative remedial technology options. There are an estimated 450,000-plus Brownfields in the United States. Cleaning up and reinvesting in these properties increases local tax bases, facilitates job growth, and utilizes existing infrastructure. It also takes development pressures off undeveloped, open land, and improves and protects the environment.

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