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Insitu subsurface active biofilm barriers MJ Brough and Dr RJ Martin of University of Birmingham and Dr A Al-Tabbaa of the University of Cambridge.

The current trend in contaminated land remediation is a move away from passive containment systems to either passive containment technology combined with some form of remediation or to active containment. Both systems aim to provide a degree of contaminated ground treatment in the longer term. One treatment method which has been receiving considerable attention is the process of bioremediation which, in its various forms, includes natural biodegradation and bioaugmentation. In addition, ...

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