Groundwater Contamination by Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) and Trichloroethylene (TCE): The Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry's (ATSDR's) Approach to Evaluating Public Health Hazard

In-Well Aeration: An Alternative to Pump and Treat

Reductive Dechlorination of Trichloroethylene by Iron Bimetallics

Ecophysiology and Application of Dechlorinating Anaerobes

Dual-Phase Extraction for TCE DNAPL Remediation

Soil Vapor Exraction of PCE/TCE Contaminated Soil

Physical Interaction Between TCE and Natural Loess

Dealing with DNAPLs
Trichloroethylene (TCE) in groundwater is one of the most prevalent contamination problems at hazardous waste sites; a problem that is substantially greater if the TCE is present as dense...

Lab and Technical Scale Experiments for NAPL Removal by Steam Injection into Porous Media

Case Study: In-Situ Methods for the Recovery of Dissolved and Free-Phase TCE

Enhanced Trichloroethene Desorption from Long-Term Contaminated Soil Using Triton X-100 and pH Increases
Laboratory experiments were conducted to study the effect of Triton X-100 and pH changes on trichloroethene (TCE) desorption from field-contaminated soil to water. In laboratory batch...

Successful Free Product Removal of NAPLs

Enhancement of In Situ Zero-Valent Metal Treatment of Contaminated Groundwater

Swelling of DNAPL by Cosolvent Flooding to allow its Removal as an LNAPL

Evaluation of a Bedrock DNAPL Pool Site

Performance Evaluation of the Aeration Curtain at Hill Air Force Base, Utah

Transport of TCE Vapors in a Random Porous Medium

Partitioning of VOCs in Clay Liner Materials

Contaminant Transport Issues for Reactive-Permeable Barriers

Remediation of Free-Product TCE





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