Introduction to Permeable Reactive Barriers.
A. Introduction. B. Concept of permeable reactive barriers. C. Reactive materials for contaminant attenuation. D. Application and long-term performance of PRBs. E. Outlook. F. References.
A. Cut-off walls. B. Reactive barriers. C. References.
Materials and Processes. A. Introduction. B. Materials and experimental procedures. C. Attenuation processes. D. Conclusions. E. References.
Laboratory Column Experiments.
A. Introduction. B. Initial laboratory column systems. C. Column experiments using 237U as radiotracer. D. Conclusions. E. References.
Laboratory Testing Using Site Groundwater.
A. Introduction. B. Column experiments with original groundwater. C. Floor scale tests. D. Conclusions. E. References.
Field Column Experiments.
A. Introduction. B. Column experiments in monitoring wells. C. Large scale field column experiments. D. Conclusions. E. References.
New Barrier Materials: Metal-sequestration Ligands.
A. Introduction. B. Concept and development. C. The preparation of PANSIL. D. Efficiency of contaminant attenuation. E. Technological applicability. F. Conclusions. G. Acknowledgements. H. References.
A. Introduction. B. Scope and approach. C. Experimental set-ups and methods. D. Theoretical model. E. Results. F. Discussion and conclusions. G. Summary and outlook. H. References.
Mecsek Ore, Pécs, Hungary Case Study.
A. Historical overview. B. Waste characterisation. C. Monitoring. D. Site characterisation, site selection. E. Detailed investigation of Sites II and III. F. Conclusions.
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"...describes methods for evaluation and enhancement of the long-term performance of permeable reactive barrier (PRB) systems especially those primarily designed to treat heavy metall-contaminated with uranium."
-G.F. Bennett, The University of Toledo, in JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 2005