In situ bioelectrokinetic remediation of phenol-contaminated soil by use of an electrode matrix and a rotational operation mode.

@article{Luo2006InSB,
  title={In situ bioelectrokinetic remediation of phenol-contaminated soil by use of an electrode matrix and a rotational operation mode.},
  author={Qishi Luo and Hui Wang and Xihui Zhang and Xiangyu Fan and Yi Qian},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2006},
  volume={64 3},
  pages={415-22}
}
In situ bioremediation is a safe and cost-effective technology for the cleanup of contaminated sites, but its remediation rate is usually very slow. This study attempted to accelerate the process of bioremediation by employing non-uniform electrokinetic transport processes to mix organic pollutants and degrading bacteria in soils under in situ conditions (namely, in situ bioelectrokinetic remediation) by use of an electrode matrix and a rotational operation mode. A bench-scale non-uniform… CONTINUE READING

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