ERDC innovators have developed a new system to both detect and remove harmful Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC) from water.
ERDC innovators have developed a novel high volume air stream water recovery system that harvests drinkable water from air or wastewater.
Innovators at ERDC’s Environmental Laboratory have developed a compact, lightweight gamma radiation detector that provides directional sensing without the need for the large, heavy shielding -- a necessary part of every physical collimator.
Researchers at ERDC’s Environmental Laboratory (EL) have developed a novel in situ method of using DNA sequences to target and identify toxic soil and groundwater contaminants left behind by explosives.
Innovators in ERDC’s Environmental Laboratory (EL), in collaboration with researchers at the University of Notre Dame, have developed a biogenic substrate material used for the remediation of sites contaminated by heavy metals.
The Environmental Laboratory (EL) in Vicksburg, MS, has developed a breakthrough means of creating structures from concrete made with locally available materials.
The geo-enabled Water Diagnostics Operations Gear (WaterDOG) provides instant and accurate evaluation of water quality and rapid reporting via wireless transmission.