Effective Methods for Enhancing Permeable Reactive Barriers: Use of Colloidal Sulfidated Iron and Activated Carbon
In this webinar we were pleased to have a special presentation from three leading technical experts in the remediation industry – John Freim PhD, Ryan Moore CHMM, and Andrew Kavanagh of REGENESIS. This panel discussed using a synergistic mixture of colloidal sulfidated ZVI and activated carbon to promote the enhanced performance of in-situ reactive barriers.
Highlights of this free webinar:
- How reactive barriers that incorporate a mixture of activated carbon and SZVI provide a synergistic combination of both sorption and degradation
- Models that predict the performance of activated carbon barriers with and without SZVI and organic bioremediation amendments
- Case study of a remediation program using a sub-surface barrier containing a mixture of REGNESIS’ PlumeStop colloidal activated carbon, S-MicroZVI colloidal sulfidated iron, and HRC-X bioremediation amendments