Title: RAMEB-enhanced soil bioremediation 
Resource Type: document --> technical publication --> proceedings / conference paper(s) 
Country: Hungary 
Year of publication: 2003 
Availability: Fenyvesi, É.; Molnár, M.; Gruiz, K.; Murányi, A.; Szaniszló, N.; Csabai, K.; Szejtli, J.: Effect of Randomly Methylated Cyclodextrins on Hydrocarbon Contaminats in Soil – In: Conference Roceedings, CD (8th International FZK/TNO Conference on Contaminated Soil 12–16 May, 2003, Gent), Theme C, FZK, OVAM, TNO, pp. 2296 – 2304, 2003; Leitgib, L; Gruiz, K.; Molnar, M. and Fenyvesi, É.: Bioremediation of Transformer Oil Contaminated Soil – In: Conference Proceedings, CD (8th International FZK/TNO Conference on Contaminated Soil 12–16 May, 2003, Gent), Theme C, FZK, OVAM, TNO, pp. 2762–2771, 2003; Leitgib, L; Gruiz, K.; Molnar, M. and Fenyvesi, É.: Bioremediation of Transformer Oil Contaminated Soil – In: Wissenschaftliche Berichte, ConSoil 2003, pp. 2762-2771; CA: 141:410397, 2004 
Author 1/Producer: Gruiz, Katalin: Budapest University of Technology and Economics 
Other Authors/Producers: Fenyvesi, Éva: Cyclolab Cyclodextrin Research and Development Ltd.; Molnár, Mónika: Budapest University of Technology and Economics; Leitgib, Laura Budapest University of Technology and Economics 
Author / Producer Type: University research group / research institute 
EUGRIS Keyword(s): Contaminated land-->Contaminated land overview
Contaminated land-->Remediation options-->In situ treatment technologies
Contaminated land-->Remediation options-->Remediation options overview
 
Short description: Cyclodextrin enhanced bioremediation was applied in situ for transformer oil contaminated soil. 
Long description: In the demonstration project the three-phase and the two-phase soil was treated in situ biologically and the ground water on the surface by physico-chemical method. Continuous gas exhaust and water pumping resulted in steady-state in the soil. The effect of the treatments were measured and evaluated as treatment-relevant changes compared to the steady state. Technology monitoring was based on daily or weekly analyses of the mobile phases: soil gas and ground water. Solid soil sampling was done only three times, in the beginning, once during the treatment and after the treatment. 
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