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Carbon disulphide sources, risks and treatment : an emerging contaminant of environmental concern?

Kalin, R M and Myles, P. and McGeough, K (2005) Carbon disulphide sources, risks and treatment : an emerging contaminant of environmental concern? In: Permeable reactive barriers. IAHS Publication . International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Wallingford, pp. 82-92. ISBN 1901502237

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Abstract

Carbon disulphide (CS2) is a contaminant of concern at a significant number of US EPA Superfund sites, and is found at an increasing number of contaminated land and groundwater sites. The risk assessment and remediation Of CS2 therefore requires a wider appreciation for the potential occurrences and what remediation options are available when identified as a contaminant of concern. This paper reviews the sources, risks and remediation options that are currently known for CS2 contaminated soil and groundwater.