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In situ soil flushing

In situ soil flushing

EPA environmental engineering sourcebook: 101-110

In situ soil flushing is the extraction of contaminants from the soil with aqueous solutions. It is usually used in conjunction with other treatment technologies such as activated carbon, biodegradation, or chemical precipitation. The effectiveness of soil flushing on general contaminant groups is shown. Remediation times with this technique are slow. Extraction fluids must be recovered and may be recycled.

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