An important part of the costs of soil clean-up is involved with excavation of the contaminated soil. These costs could be reduced considerably by an in-situ treatment of the location. In the framework of the Research Program on Biological Soil Clean-Up Techniques the Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning and Environment has assigned a research project to the RIVM in co-operation with the Division Technology for Society of TNO.
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- In Situ Biorestoration of a Subsoil, Contaminated with Gasoline
J. H. A. M. Verheul
R. Van Den Berg
D. H. Eikelboom
- Springer Netherlands
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