Monitoring biodegradation of diesel fuel in bioventing processes using in situ respiration rate.

@article{Lee2006MonitoringBO,
  title={Monitoring biodegradation of diesel fuel in bioventing processes using in situ respiration rate.},
  author={Taeyoon Lee and Im Gyu Byun and Young Ok Kim and Isabel Shui-Shan Hwang and Taejin Park},
  journal={Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={53 4-5},
  pages={
          263-72
        }
}
An in situ measuring system of respiration rate was applied for monitoring biodegradation of diesel fuel in a bioventing process for bioremediation of diesel contaminated soil. Two laboratory-scale soil columns were packed with 5 kg of soil that was artificially contaminated by diesel fuel as final TPH (total petroleum hydrocarbon) concentration of 8,000 mg/kg soil. Nutrient was added to make a relative concentration of C:N:P = 100:10:1. One soil column was operated with continuous venting mode… CONTINUE READING
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