dechlorination analyzer Articles

  • Long-Term Sustainability of Reductive Dechlorination Reactions at Chlorinated Solvents Sites

    The sustainability of biodegradation reactions is of interest at Type 1 chlorinated solvent sites where monitored natural attenuation is being considered as a remedial alternative. Type 1 chlorinated solvent sites are sites where anthropogenic electron donors (such as landfill leachate or fermentable organics in the waste materials) exist with dissolved chlorinated solvents, resulting in ...


  • Effect of Ni morphology on removal of pentachlorophenol with Fe/Ni nanomaterials

    Chlorinated phenols are a kind of environmental priority pollutant that attract much attention. Nanosized Fe and Fe/Ni materials are considered as promising options for chlorinated phenol removal. The effect of Ni morphology on the removal of pentachlorophenol (PCP) with Fe/Ni nanomaterials was investigated in this study. Iron nanoparticles and nickel nanomaterials with different shapes were ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Electrochemical removal of pentachlorophenol in a lab-scale platinum electrolyzer

    This study is focused on the removal of pentachlorophenol from its aqueous phase by electrochemically induced degradation with Pt electrodes. The objective of this study was to contrast the electrochemical removal of pentachlorophenol at the oxidative and the reductive potentials, and further to understand how to apply the electrochemical treatment on PCP degradation. Lab experiments were ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • DNAPL Source Zone Green & Sustainable Remediation Optics Manufacturing Facility Lebanon, New Hampshire case study

    Project Highlights ERDENHANCED Remediated >99% cVOC source zone [TCE] 100,000 to < 1 μg/L ERDENHANCED Realized Complete Biotransformation with no evidence of rebound ERDENHANCED Provides Multi- Year Sustainability after single deployment event. ERDENHANCED Minimizes Site, Monitoring, and Overall Remediation Costs, saving Client dollars. ...

  • The Use of Hydrogen Release Compound (HRC) for CAH Bioremediation.

    Hydrogen Release Compound (HRCâ„¢) is a simple, passive, low-cost and long-term option for the anaerobic bioremediation of chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons (CAHs) via a reductive dehalogenation pathway. Applications to other classes of chlorinated compounds that are anaerobically degradable by this mechanism are under investigation. HRC should be viewed as a tool for the enhancement of natural ...


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  • Factors Affecting Cyanide Generation in Chlorinated Wastewater Effluent Matrix

    ABSTRACTFalse positives for cyanide analysis in wastewaters have been reported. We examined the effects of storage time at high pH and of pH adjustments on the cyanide levels. Cyanide levels changed within the holding time allowed by Standard Methods. We also studied the difference in cyanide levels using two disinfection conditions -- breakpoint chlorination and chloramination. Glycine was used ...

  • A Chemical Dynamics Model for CAH Remediation with Polylactate Esters.

    ABSTRACT: The polylactate esters of sorbitol, xylitol and glycerol are a class of new chemical compounds that slowly release lactic acid into groundwater. The lactic acid is biotransformed into pyruvic acid and subsequently into acetic acid releasing hydrogen in both steps. The hydrogen is used by naturally occurring dechlorinating bacteria to reduce PCE to ethene by way of TCE, DCE and VC. A ...


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  • Field Application of a Lactic Acid Ester for PCE Bioremediation.

    ABSTRACT: As part of a strategy to enhance reductive dechlorination with a timed release of hydrogen, an application of glycerol polylactate (GPL) was made to a dry cleaner site contaminated with perchloroethylene (PCE). GPL is one of several proprietary lactic acid esters sold commercially as Hydrogen Release Compound (HRCTM). When HRC contacts the saturated contaminated zone, the lactic acid ...


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  • Closed vessel or open channel UV disinfection systems

    Ultra violet disinfection is now a standard feature in most waste water disinfection systems. UV has also been adopted by the drinking water community, as a barrier against the chlorine tolerant species such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia. The technology is widely favored due to its non- chemical nature, the fact that no subsequent de-chlorination process is required, and its ability to be ...


    By atg UV Technology

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