Latest Reductive dechlorination Stories
Selection of Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. Sets a Higher Standard in Applied Soil and Groundwater Remediation.
Chlorinated chemicals perform a host of societally useful functions, but they also have a dark side.
GUELPH, Ontario, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S.
By Anonymous A chemical engineering professor at the University of Texas at Austin is part of a team that has developed a chlorine-tolerant membrane that should simplify the water desalination process, increasing access to freshwater and possibly reducing greenhouse gases.
By Shelley, Suzanne MATERIALS A chemical engineering professor at The Univ. of Texas at Austin and his team worldwide have developed a chlorine-tolerant membrane that could simplify the water desalination process - increasing the availability of fresh water and possibly reducing greenhouse gases.
In 2002, Bruce Rittmann, PhD, director of the Biodesign Instituteâ€™s Center for Environmental Biotechnology, received a patent for an innovative way to use nature to lend society a hand. He invented a treatment system, called the membrane biofilm reactor (MBfR), which uses naturally occurring microorganisms to remove contaminants from water.
By Low, Adrian Schleheck, David; Khou, Muoi; Aagaard, Vibeke; Et al ABSTRACT Environments contaminated with mixtures of chlorinated hydrocarbons represent a formidable challenge for bioremediation because biodegradation of all components of the mixture must be demonstrated.
By Wymore, Ryan A Lee, M Hope; Keener, William K; Miller, Amber R; Et al ABSTRACT Idaho National Laboratory's Test Area North is the site of a trichloroethene (TCE) plume resulting from waste injections.
By Sahl, Jason W; Munakata-Marr, Junko; Crimi, Mic
By Silva, M L B Da; Daprato, R C; Gomez, D E; Hugh