Reductive Dechlorination Open Access Journals

 One of the major issues of concern is the fate and transport of contaminants in ground water and soil as associated to subsurface remediation. However, the procedure includes in dechlorination of many of these organic element are well understood in the fields of microbiology and chemistry, technological applications of these methods to environmental remediation are corr-elatedly new, particularly at pilot or field scale. It is well defined, although, that there are some mechanisms which result in dehalogenation of severe classes of organic contaminants, often providing them less offensive environmentally. Method which impacts the behavior of contaminants in the subsurface must be contemplating both in designing remediation activities at hazardous waste sites as well as in evaluating the potential for movement. Such factors not only tend to adjust the mobility of contaminants, but also their stability and form.