Giving soils the shock treatment

Thompson, Chris; Low, Gary
December 1995
Ecos;Summer95/96, Issue 86, p18
Describes the on-site soil cleaning process used for treating contaminated soils in New South Wales. Process of bioremediation; Approach presented by CSIRO's Division of Coal and Energy Technology; Method of electrokinetics.


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