APPLICATION OF ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNIQUES FOR THE REMEDIATION OF SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH ORGANIC POLLUTANTS

@inproceedings{Ferrarese2008APPLICATIONOE,
  title={APPLICATION OF ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNIQUES FOR THE REMEDIATION OF SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH ORGANIC POLLUTANTS},
  author={Elisa Ferrarese and Gianni Andreottola},
  year={2008}
}
Direct Current Technologies (DCTs) are remediation techniques for contaminated soil, in which an electrical field is created in the polluted medium by applying a low-voltage direct current across electrodes placed in the ground. This study aimed at evaluating the feasibility of using DCTs for the remediation of different organic contaminants from various types of fine grain soils and sediments. For this purpose, a one-dimensional experimental setup for bench scale testing was assembled and… CONTINUE READING

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