Now showing items 1-4 of 4
Combined Electrokinetic Soil Flushing and Bioremediation for the Treatment of Spiked Soils Polluted with Organics
(AIDIC. The Italian Association of Chemical Engineering, 2014-10)
The work aims at studying the feasibility of the electrokinetic enhanced bioremediation. This is an emerging group of technologies that tries to combine the advantages of the electrokinetic soil flushing technology (EKSF) ...
Feasibility of electrokinetic oxygen supply for soil bioremediation purposes
This paper studies the possibility of providing oxygen to a soil by an electrokinetic technique, so that the method could be used in future aerobic polluted soil bioremediation treatments. The oxygen was generated from the ...
Removal of 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol from Spiked Clay Soils by Electrokinetic Soil Flushing Assisted with Granular Activated Carbon Permeable Reactive Barrier
(American Chemical Society, 2014)
In this work, it is studied the removal of 2,4,6 trichlorophenol (TCP) from synthetic polluted soils using Electrokinetic Soil Flushing (EKSF) assisted with a Granular Activated Carbon- Permeable Reactive Barrier (GAC-PBR). ...
Effect of a direct electric current on the activity of a hydrocarbon-degrading microorganism culture used as the flushing liquid in soil remediation processes
This work aims to obtain more fundamentals for the development of novel electrokinetically enhanced bioremediation processes. It is focused on the effects of direct electric field (DC) on the microbial communities used to ...