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In situ bioremediation of cyanide, PAHs and organic compounds using an engineered SEquenced REactive BARrier (SEREBAR)

Robinson, Jamie and Thomas, Russell and Wallace, Steve and Daly, Paddy and Kalin, Robert (2006) In situ bioremediation of cyanide, PAHs and organic compounds using an engineered SEquenced REactive BARrier (SEREBAR). Land Contamination and Reclamation, 14 (2). pp. 478-482. ISSN 0967-0513

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Abstract

Remedial action at former Manufactured Gas Plants is complicated if the sites are still operational gas distribution depots. The constraints posed by above and bolow ground structures prevent the use of many commonly used remediation strategies.