New Findings Reported from Queen's University, Environmental Engineering Research Center Describe Advances in Science and Technology [HighBeam Research]

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June 25, 2010 | Copyright

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New investigation results, 'Ten year performance evaluation of a field-scale zero-valent iron permeable reactive barrier installed to remediate trichloroethene contaminated groundwater,' are detailed in a study published in Environmental Science & Technology. "The Monkstown zero-valent iron permeable reactive barrier (ZVI PRB), Europe's oldest commercially-installed ZVI PRB, had been treating trichloroethene (TCE) contaminated groundwater for about 10 years on the Nortel Network site in Northern Ireland when cores from the reactive zone were collected in December, 2006. Groundwater data from 2001-2006 indicated that TCE is still being remediated to below detection limits as the contaminated groundwater flows through the PRB," investigators in Northern Ireland UK report. …

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  • TitleNew Findings Reported from Queen's University, Environmental Engineering Research Center Describe Advances in Science and Technology [HighBeam Research]
    Date25/06/2010
    PersonsTrevor Elliot