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Electrobioremediation of Oxyfluorfen-Polluted Soil by Means of a Fixed-Bed Permeable Biological Barrier
This work studies the in situ electrobioremediation of an oxyfluorfen-polluted clay soil in a two-stage method. First, a fixed-bed biofilm reactor for oxyfluorfen biodegradation in wastewater was developed; it treated ...
Strategies for the electrobioremediation of oxyfluorfen polluted soils
This work compares three strategies for the in-situ remediation of oxyfluorfen polluted clay soil, based on the combination of biological processes and electrokinetics (EK): (i) EK-biostimulation, in which the action of ...
Electro-irradiated technologies for clopyralid removal from soil washing effluents
In this work, electrolysis and electro-irradiated technologies, i.e. sonoelectrolysis, photoelectrolysis and photosonoelectrolysis have been evaluated in order to improve the biodegradability of soil washing effluents ...
Improvement of the electro-bioremediation process of a non-polar herbicide-polluted soil by means of surfactant addition
Oxyfluorfen is a non-polar herbicide that may cause severe soil pollution. The present work studies the possible improvement due to surfactant addition in the efficiency of electro-bioremediation of a clay soil polluted ...
Dehalogenation of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid by means of bioelectrochemical systems
In this work, the dehalogenation of 2,4-D, was studied by using two novel treatments based on Bioelectrochemical Systems (BES): the Microbial Fuel Cell (MFC) and the Microbial Electrolysis cell (MEC). Both technologies ...
Fixed-bed biological barrier coupled with electrokinetics for the in situ electrobioremediation of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid polluted soil
This work studies the in situ electrobioremediation (EBR) of clay soil polluted with 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) in a two-stage method. First, a fixed-bed biofilm reactor able to biodegrade 2,4-D in wastewater ...