Surfactant enhanced bioremediation (SEB) of F2, F3 and F4 contaminated soils in Northern Alberta - Case Study

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Ivey International Inc. (Ivey) was retained to apply the SEB (Surfactant just prior to the on-set of colder northern weather in an area know for -20oC to Enhanced Bioremediation) technology to remediate 2000 tons of F2, F3, and -40oC winter temperatures. The actual period for effective bioremediation in F4 fine grained contaminated soil at a remote site in northern Alberta. The this climate is limited to only 4 to 6 months. The SEB process was effective in SEB process enhances the bioremediation of F2, F3, and F4 hydrocarbons by achieving the soil remediation goals in
During the past decade, much discussion has centered on the unavailability of Johnston, Hazardous Substance Research Center, 2005). This reality limits the absorbed compounds to soil microorganisms. It is now assumed that effectiveness of conventional bioremediation for treating absorbed F2, F3 and desorption and diffusion of bound contaminants to the aqueous moisture F4 contamination in soil. SEB overcame these limitations permitting the rapid phase is required for microbial degradation (W.P. Inskeep, J.M. Wraith, C.G. and economical biodegradation of recalcitrant F3 and F4 compounds.

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