Life-cycle case study comparison of permeable reactive barrier versus pump-and-treat remediation.

@article{Higgins2009LifecycleCS,
  title={Life-cycle case study comparison of permeable reactive barrier versus pump-and-treat remediation.},
  author={Monica R Higgins and Terese M Olson},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={43 24},
  pages={9432-8}
}
A permeable reactive barrier (PRB) is a passive remediation technology, which over decades of use, may reduce lifetime environmental impacts when compared with a conventional pump-and-treat system (PTS). Greater material production requirements to install PRBs may offset the expected reductions in operational phase impacts and the trade-offs can be investigated in a life-cycle assessment (LCA). The life-cycle environmental impacts of a zerovalent iron (ZVI) containing PRB with a funnel and gate… CONTINUE READING

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