Now showing items 1-6 of 6
Electroremediation of a natural soil polluted with phenanthrene in a pilot plant
In this work, a pilot plant with two rows of three electrodes in semipermeable electrolyte wells was used to study the electrokinetic treatment of a natural soil polluted with phenanthrene (PHE). The electrokinetic pilot ...
Removal of oxyfluorfen from spiked soils using electrokinetic fences
In this work, an accidental spill of Fluoxyl (commercial herbicide containing oxyfluorfen) is simulated in a pilot plant with a soil volume of 70 × 50 × 50 cm3. The transport of Fluoxyl obtained by the free diffusion of ...
Remediation of soils polluted with 2,4-D by electrokinetic soil flushing with facing rows of electrodes
This study focuses on evaluating the application of electrokinetic soil flushing (EKSF) technologies to remediate soil polluted with 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D). This compound was selected as an example of polar ...
Scale-up on electrokinetic remediation: Engineering and technological parameters
This study analyses the effect of the scale-up of electrokinetic remediation (EKR) processes in natural soils. A procedure is proposed to prepare soils based on a compacting process to obtaining soils with similar moisture ...
Removal of oxyfluorfen from spiked soils using electrokinetic soil flushing with linear rows of electrodes
This study focuses on the evaluation of the electrokinetic soil flushing (EKSF) strategy to remediate soil following a simulated spill of the herbicide oxyfluorfen. EKSF is attained by placing (in the soil mockup) two rows ...
Electrochemically assisted fences for the electroremediation of soils polluted with 2,4-D
Soils polluted with 2,4-D (model of ionic herbicide) can be remediated using a fence of alternating anodes and cathodes surrounding the main contamination point. This works reports results obtained in case study consisting ...