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SILPHES – Investigation of chemical treatments for the remediation of recalcitrant chlorinated solvents: at the roots the development of an innovative in situ eco-friendly process

Abstract : This study is accomplished within the framework of SILPHES financed by ADEME, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (AMI 2013 program). SILPHES is a "technology demonstrator" project which aims at developing innovative solutions for in situ remediation of a mixture of recalcitrant chlorinated solvent, mainly composed of hexachlorobutadiene, hexachloroethane, PCE, TCE and hexachlorobenzene. SILPHES is organized around two fundamental and complementary tasks: -The remediation of chlorinated solvents point source pollution. This part is devoted to the optimization of the treatment of the point source, which includes physical, chemical and thermal treatments, associated with diagnostic and monitoring; -The remediation of chlorinated solvents plume. This part is devoted to the improvement of environmental diagnosis and the design and monitoring of natural attenuation, bioremediation or chemical treatment. This paper only covers a part of the first point stated above, i.e. the remediation of the residual phase of chlorinated solvents remaining after pumping.
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Romain Rodrigues, Stéphanie Betelu, Frédéric Garnier, Stéfan Colombano, Antoine Joubert, et al.. SILPHES – Investigation of chemical treatments for the remediation of recalcitrant chlorinated solvents: at the roots the development of an innovative in situ eco-friendly process. 13th International AquaConSoil Conference, Jun 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark. ⟨hal-01123813⟩

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