Allonnia Teams Up with Terra Systems to Tackle Groundwater Contamination Across North America

In a bid to tackle groundwater contamination, Allonnia, the pioneering bio-ingenuity firm, has inked a pivotal distribution agreement with Terra Systems, heralding a new era in environmental remediation efforts.
Energy & Environment
June 5, 2024

The collaboration marks a strategic move towards addressing the pressing issue of 1,4-dioxane contamination in North America, with a focus on the United States and Canada. Under the terms of the agreement, Terra Systems assumes the role of distributor for Allonnia’s groundbreaking 1,4 D-Stroy™ in situ bioremediation solution. This innovative technology, hailed for its capacity to degrade a remarkable 99% of 1,4-dioxane in contaminated groundwater, represents a beacon of hope in the fight against this pervasive pollutant, known to be a potential human carcinogen.

At the heart of Allonnia’s 1,4 D-Stroy™ lies a profound appreciation for the power of nature. Harnessing the prowess of highly specialized microbes, the solution engages with 1,4-dioxane, effectively transforming it into benign byproducts—water and carbon dioxide. This eco-friendly approach not only ensures efficacy but also underscores a commitment to sustainability in environmental remediation practices.

"We are thrilled to collaborate with Terra Systems to expand the reach of our 1,4 D-Stroy™ solution," said Chuck Price, Chief Commercial Officer at Allonnia. "This partnership not only enables us to leverage Terra System’s extensive network but also reinforces our commitment to providing transformational biological solutions. Together, we can make a significant impact in addressing 1,4-dioxane groundwater contamination challenges, protecting both the environment and public health."

Since its debut in May 2023, 1,4 D-Stroy™ has garnered acclaim for its demonstrated success in remediation efforts at various contaminated sites across the United States. The partnership with Terra Systems signifies a pivotal step towards extending these benefits to a wider array of locations, amplifying the scope and effectiveness of 1,4-dioxane remediation initiatives throughout North America.

"Partnering with Allonnia to distribute 1,4 D-Stroy aligns perfectly with our mission to promote environmental sustainability and innovative solutions," said Dick Raymond, President of Terra Systems. "We are confident that Allonnia’s technology is a great addition to our bioremediation portfolio and enhances our services to better support our customers."

As the partnership between Allonnia and Terra Systems takes flight, it heralds a promising chapter in the quest for cleaner, healthier groundwater across North America. With a shared commitment to innovation and environmental stewardship, these industry leaders stand poised to make a tangible difference in safeguarding our precious water resources for generations to come.

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