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Both proven cleanup technologies such as soil removal, soil vapor extraction (SVE), air sparging (AS), monitored natural attenuation (MNA), and product recovery will be deployed as well as more innovative techniques such as in-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO), permeable reactive barriers (PRB), directed groundwater recirculation (DGR), enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) and in-situ bioremediation (ISB) will be applied to meet these objectives.
7,129,388 and 7,531,709 - Method for Accelerated Dechlorination of Matter.
Included in the upgrades were a 7-acre expansion to the existing 3-acre treatment lagoon, a new dechlorination facility and a new lift pump station, which propels sewage underneath the Long Tom River to the lagoon treatment system.
Adrados, Dechlorination of fuels in pyrolysis of PVC containing plastic wastes.
In recent years, microwave irradiation has been applied for the decomposition or dechlorination of chlorinated organic pollutants.
Finally, the dichloroechane reductive dechlorination product DDD was detected in Clear Lake, California, ecosystems 7 years after DDD use was discontinued.
Chloroflexi (5%) include many photosynthetic bacteria, and species within this phylum have been used in the dechlorination of poly chlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and other bioremediation applications (Field et al.
Little work is done to study the dechlorination process in oil transformer.