Pollutant spectrum: trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene
, cis-1,2-dichloroethene, vinyl chloride, throughput: about 33 m 3 / h.
The site groundwater had been found to contain tetrachloroethene
, a manufactured chemical that is widely used in the dry-cleaning of fabrics, including clothes.
, trichloroethene, and petroleum-related compounds) contaminating the soil and groundwater.
Neurobehavioral and neurophysiological outcome of chronic low-level tetrachloroethene
exposure measured in neighborhoods of dry cleaning shops.
Like many chlorinated hydrocarbons, tetrachloroethene
is a central nervous system depressant and can enter the body through the skin, or by inhalation.
Clair Town, D Detonate dumped into Tubmill PA creek while drilling Appomattox, VA E Explosion - massive fireball destroyed 2 homes and injured 5 people Avella, PA E Wastewater impoundment exploded arsenic and Tetrachloroethene
Bridgeville PA E Two homes explode when well casing fails Bridgeville PA E Homes exploded when casing failed Clark, Wyoming E Well blowout released benzene & chemicals into aquifers Dish, Texas E 11 compressors spewed carcinogenic pollutants into the air Hopewell Twn PA E Impoundment exploded Killdeer, ND E Blowout leaking 246 bbl.
Nijenhuis I, Andert J, Beck K, Kastner M, Diekert G, Riehnow H (2005) Stable isotope fraction of tetrachloroethene
during reductive dechlorination by Sulfurospirillum multivorans and Desulfitobacterium sp.
She is today a driving force in a university researcher/environmental consulting company collaboration that has taken the snake oil and pixie dust out of bioaugmentation in which naturally existing microbes are applied to the degradation of tetrachloroethene
(PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE).
A survey of drinking-water in the USA in 1976-1977 detected tetrachloroethene
in nine of 105 samples at levels ranging from 0.
2000, "Biologically Enhanced Dissolution of Tetrachloroethene
Greenpeace has found chemicals such as carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, trichloroethene, tetrachloroethene
, and dichlorobenzene, in concentrations ranging from five to 600 times the safety limits.
The starting point for this theory was their discovery in the south of Russia and South Africa that microbial processes in present-day salt lakes naturally produce and emit highly volatile halocarbons such as chloroform, trichloroethene, and tetrachloroethene