Removal of Halogenated Hydrocarbons from Water by Zero-Valent Iron

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P. Vasek, J. Bizova, and V. Janda

Department of Water Technology and Environmental Engineering, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague


Removal of halogenated hydrocarbons from water by zero-valent iron is discussed. In situ processes based on filtration of groundwater through a permeable barrier formed by granular iron seem to be an advantageous alternative to traditional methods using, e.g., sorption or air stripping. However, only a few full-scale units for the decontamination of groundwater by the in situ "zero-valent" technology have been installed all over the world.


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