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Selection of anodic material for the combined electrochemical-biological treatment of lindane polluted soil washing effluents
This paper focuses on the removal of lindane from soil washing effluents (SWEs) using combined electrochemical -biological processes. In particular, it has been evaluated the influence of the anodic material used in the ...
Towards the optimization of electro-bioremediation of soil polluted with 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid
The aim of this work is to study the optimization of electro-bioremediation (EBR) treatment of a 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) polluted clay soil. The influence of two different variables were evaluated through ...
Removal of oxyfluorfen from polluted effluents by combined bio-electro processes
In this work, the combination of biological and electrochemical processes to mineralize oxyfluorfen has been studied. First, an acclimatized mixed-culture biological treatment was used to degrade the biodegradable fraction ...
Biodegradability improvement and toxicity reduction of soil washing effluents polluted with atrazine by means of electrochemical pre-treatment: Influence of the anode material
This work focuses on the partial anodic electro-oxidation of atrazine-polluted soil washing effluents (SWE) in order to reduce its toxicity and to improve its biodegradability. Concretely it has been evaluated the influence ...
Scaling up the electrokinetic-assisted phytoremediation of atrazine-polluted soils using reversal of electrode polarity: A mesocosm study
Electrokinetic-assisted phytoremediation (EKPR) has been recently proposed for the removal of pesticides from polluted soils. In this work, we report the results from an EKPR experiment that was carried out in a mesocosm ...