Remediation of nonaqueous phase liquid polluted sites using surfactant-enhanced air sparging and soil vapor extraction.

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A two-dimensional laboratory sand tank was installed to study the remediation efficiency of surfactant-enhanced air sparging (-SEAS) coupled with soil vapor extraction (SVE) in nonaqueous phase liquid (NAPL) polluted sites. During initial stages of remediation, it was more reasonable to use conventional air sparging coupled with SVE. When most free NAPLs… (More)

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@article{Qin2013RemediationON, title={Remediation of nonaqueous phase liquid polluted sites using surfactant-enhanced air sparging and soil vapor extraction.}, author={Chuan-yu Qin and Yong-sheng Zhao and Yan Su and Wei Zheng}, journal={Water environment research : a research publication of the Water Environment Federation}, year={2013}, volume={85 2}, pages={133-40} }