Performance of a zerovalent iron reactive barrier for the treatment of arsenic in groundwater: Part 1. Hydrogeochemical studies.

@article{Wilkin2009PerformanceOA,
  title={Performance of a zerovalent iron reactive barrier for the treatment of arsenic in groundwater: Part 1. Hydrogeochemical studies.},
  author={Richard T Wilkin and Steven D Acree and Randall R Ross and Douglas G. Beak and Tony R Lee},
  journal={Journal of contaminant hydrology},
  year={2009},
  volume={106 1-2},
  pages={1-14}
}
Developments and improvements of remedial technologies are needed to effectively manage arsenic contamination in groundwater at hazardous waste sites. In June 2005, a 9.1 m long, 14 m deep, and 1.8 to 2.4 m wide (in the direction of groundwater flow) pilot-scale permeable reactive barrier (PRB) was installed at a former lead smelting facility, located near Helena, Montana (USA). The reactive barrier was designed to treat groundwater contaminated with moderately high concentrations of both As… CONTINUE READING

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