TRAINING COURSE: Improving In Situ Anaerobic Bioremediation Performance

25 SEPTEMBER FRIDAY

17.00 – 19.00 CEST

17:00 Improving In Situ Anaerobic Bioremediation Performance Welcome and introduction from the teacher
Robert C. Borden (Professor Emeritus, North Carolina State University)

17:10 Part A.  Anaerobic Bioremediation Fundamentals

      A. Contaminants treated

      B. Substrate Alternatives

      C. EVO Transport and Distribution

      D. Case Study

      E. Design Tools

17:50 Questions and answers

18:00 Part B. Accelerating Conversion of cDCE->VC->Ethene

       A. Factors slowing cDCE/VC reduction

              1. Competitive inhibition / toxicity

              2. Absence of required organisms

              3. Nutrients (N, P, B12)

              4. Low pH

              5. H2 availability

       B. How much buffer is required to maintain neutral pH?

       C.  Improving EVO distribution

       D.  Case study

18:50 Questions and answers

19:00 End of the session

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