Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Bioremediation

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iSOC® Testing Parameters for Chlorinated Solvent Sites iSOC® Testing Parameters for Chlorinated Solvent Sites

Date added: 07/22/2011
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• Dissolved oxygen (DO): Identifies aerobic and anaerobic regions of contaminated site and the chemical, physical and biochemical activities occurring. • pH: Identifies the acidity or alkalinity of water. • Temperature: Optimal soil and water temperatures are 10º to 40º C (50º F to 104º F).

EPA - A Must Read EPA - A Must Read

Date added: 07/22/2011
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For those professionals practicing the remediation of chlorinated hydrocarbons using a co-metabolic approach (via the mixture of oxygen and an alkane gas) such that there is no DCE or VC stall. This is an excellent website that you should be aware of and visit. The paper is lengthy but full of quality information.

Cometabolic Treatment Cometabolic Treatment

Date added: 07/22/2011
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The method is most useful for bioremediation of pollutants that are not themselves good aerobic growth substrates for bacteria. With this approach, the added substrate serves as both the electron donor and primary growth substrate for the bacteria. Oxygen is the final electron acceptor in the process.

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons and Their Degradation Pathways Chlorinated Hydrocarbons and Their Degradation Pathways

Date added: 07/22/2011
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The University of Minnesota has built a Biocatalysis / Biodegradation Database which shows the microbial biocatalytic reactions and biodegradation pathways for many chemicals including chlorinated hydrocarbons.

Co-inFusion of Oxygen & Alkane Gas using iSOC® Technology Co-inFusion of Oxygen & Alkane Gas using iSOC® Technology

Date added: 07/22/2011
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• Ability to treat compounds generally not subject to direct aerobic oxidation. • Rapid increases in useful biomass through biostimulation of indigenous bacteria. • Rapid and complete biodegradation of target pollutants due to regular input of cometabolic substrate.

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