By Michael Anthony Celia, L. A. Ferrand, C. A. Brebbia, William G. Gray, G. F. Pinder
The edited lawsuits of this convention are released in volumes, and comprise papers written via authors from greater than twenty nations. Advances in either computational thought and functions are stated, and a wide selection of difficulties in floor and sub-surface hydrology are addressed.
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2002) 2. Ex situ bioslurry 3. Ex situ soil washing 4. In situ electrodialysis 1. Ex situ degradation 2. In situ biosparging 3. In situ bioventilation Transport of soil 2, 3, 5 Production of iron and concrete (ScanRail Consult et al. 1 (continued) Techniques considered Lowest environmental cost Important factors Reference 4. Reactive wall 5. Biologically active wall 1. Pump and air stripping 2 Energy consumption (Bender et al. 1998) Production of electron acceptor 2. 1 with added activated carbon and in situ bioremediation with nitrate 3.
Suer et al. 1 Risk (before remediation/after remediation) Relevant risk (Maßgebliches Risiko)b Unsecured area Area of the site (m2) Volume of contaminated groundwater (m3) The site is used as: a Adsorption Total mass of hazardous substances (kg) Concentration capacity of activated carbon (%) The activated carbon after use is: Bioremediation Running time (days) Sodium nitrate (NaNO3) (kg) Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) (kg) Changes had negligible effect on the outcome of the model Acceptable risk level a b environmental impact than the bioremediation.
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