Bioreactive barriers: A comparison of bioaugmentation and biostimulation for chlorinated solvent remediation

@inproceedings{Lendvay2003BioreactiveBA,
  title={Bioreactive barriers: A comparison of bioaugmentation and biostimulation for chlorinated solvent remediation},
  author={John Michael Lendvay and Frank E L{\"o}ffler and Markus Dollhopf and Michael R. Aiello and Gonzalo Daniels and Babu Z. Fathepure and Marcus Gebhard and Richard Heine and R. Helton and Jason Shi and Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown and C. L Major and Michael J. Barcelona and Erik A. Petrovskis and Robert Francis Hickey and James M. Tiedje and Peter Adriaens},
  year={2003}
}
A side-by-side comparison of bioaugmentation, biostimulation, and a recirculation-only control was implemented in a chloroethene-contaminated aquifer. The objective was to develop a contaminant mass balance based on the analysis of groundwater and aquifer solids and to quantify key dechlorinating populations during treatment to determine their relation to the rate of chloroethenes removed. The bioaugmentation strategy, using a Dehalococcoides-containing PCE-to-ethene dechlorinating inoculum… CONTINUE READING
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