Ozone Microbubble Sparging at a California Site

@inproceedings{Kerfoot2003OzoneMS,
  title={Ozone Microbubble Sparging at a California Site},
  author={William B. Kerfoot and Paul LeCheminant},
  year={2003}
}
Engineered microbubble systems with ozone have proven to be a powerful means of targeting and effectively eliminating petroleum spill products from ground water, particularly the gasoline additive MTBE (Kerfoot, 2000; Kerfoot and McGrath, 2001). The primary reaction involves a low molar ratio of ozone to MTBE to decompose the contaminant molecule (Karpel vel Leitner et al., 1994). For field applications, a site in Lincoln, California, is presented with mass oxidation demand and equations for… CONTINUE READING