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Coupled in situ reactors using Fe0 and activated carbon for the remediation of complex contaminant mixtures in groundwater


Coupled in situ reactors using Fe0 and activated carbon for the remediation of complex contaminant mixtures in groundwater



Groundwater quality: natural and enhanced restoration of groundwater pollution Groundwater Quality 2001 Conference, Sheffield, UK, 18-21 June 2001: 435-439



The use of a combination of Fe0 and granular activated carbon as fillings for reactive permeable barriers was investigated for the remediation of complex contaminant mixtures. Column tests carried out with the same concentration of the two model contaminants, trichloroethene and monochlorbenzene, showed an increased life-time of the activated carbon by a factor of 4 in combination with Fe0 and no substantial limitations in the use of activated carbon by Fe0.

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