General Cleanup Technology

Technical support trials and the modelling of flow and transport characteristics of cleanup technologies for inorganic pollutants in the underground environment

The use of permeable reaction walls represents a practicable alternative to the cleanup measures which have customarily been applied hitherto to arsenic-contaminated sites. Conversely, the in-situ immobilisation process using iron hydroxide, which has been tested in a pilot plant, has proved to be of only limited practicability. 

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Source: German National Library of Science and Technology Hannover (TIB)