A tailored permeable reactive bio-barrier for in situ groundwater remediation: Removal of 3-chlorophenol as a case study

Efrat Miller, Ofir Menashe & Carlos G. Dosoretz
The present study explored bacterial aerobic biodegradation of reduced carbon-contaminants (RCC) in a pilot system mimicking remediation of a saturated aquifer in a permeable reactive biobarrier (PRBB). Bioaugmentation was performed with a pure culture of Pseudomonas putida macro-encapsulated in a cellulose-acetate porous envelope and integrated transversely to the flow trajectory of the fluid in the biobarrier and compared with controls without capsules. The macro-encapsulation technique applied allowed the incorporation of a built-in nutrient core for...
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