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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 ...
Influence of hydraulic retention time and carbon loading rate on the production of algae
This paper is focused on the assessment of the production of algae in batch bioreactors. Hydraulic retention time, carbon loading rate and light color were the inputs of the study and algae production the main output. ...
Can electro-bioremediation perform as a self-sustainable process?
This work studies the effect of treatment period on remediation efficiency in an oxyfluorfen-polluted soil through electro-bioremediation technology. Five lab-scale experimental plants were started up simultaneously, ...
Biostimulation versus bioaugmentation for the electro-bioremediation of 2,4 dichlorophenoxyacetic acid polluted soils
The aim of this work is to compare three biological strategies for the in situ remediation of a 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) polluted clayey soil by coupling electrokinetics (EK) and bioremediation (technology ...