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- Kuo, Yu-Chia, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Chemosphere 2016 v.164 pp. 558-567
- activated sludge; additives; air; bacteria; biodegradability; biodegradation; bioremediation; carbon; chromatography; composts; denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis; ferns and fern allies; headspace analysis; inoculum; lubricants; nucleotide sequences; nutrient content; nutrients; oil refining; petroleum; polluted soils; sequence analysis; soil microorganisms; soil permeability; wastewater
- ... Lubricant and diesel oil-polluted sites are difficult to remediate because they have less volatile and biodegradable characteristics. The goal of this research was to evaluate the potential of applying an enhanced landfarming to bioremediate soils polluted by lubricant and diesel. Microcosm study was performed to evaluate the optimal treatment conditions with the addition of different additives (n ...