Laboratory column study for remediation of MTBE-contaminated groundwater using a biological two-layer permeable barrier.

@article{Liu2006LaboratoryCS,
  title={Laboratory column study for remediation of MTBE-contaminated groundwater using a biological two-layer permeable barrier.},
  author={She-Jiang Liu and Bin Jiang and Guo-Qiang Huang and Xin-gang Li},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 18},
  pages={
          3401-8
        }
}
In this study, an in situ biological two-layer permeable reactive barrier system consisting of an oxygen-releasing material layer followed by a biodegradation layer was designed to evaluate the remediation effectiveness of MTBE-contaminated groundwater. The first layer containing calcium peroxide (CaO(2)) and other inorganic salts is to provide oxygen and nutrients for the immobilized microbes in the second layer in order to keep them in aerobic condition and maintain their normal metabolism… CONTINUE READING

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