Bioaugmented remediation of high concentration BTEX-contaminated groundwater by permeable reactive barrier with immobilized bead

Bao Ping Xin, Chih Hung Wu, Cheng-Han Wu, Chi Wen Lin

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摘要

Ineffective biostimulation requires immediate development of new technologies for remediation of high concentration BTEX-contaminated (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylene) groundwater. In this study, bioaugmentation with Mycobacterium sp. CHXY119 and Pseudomonas sp. YATO411 immobilized bead was used to remediate BTEX-contaminated groundwater with about 100mgl -1 in total concentration. The batch test results showed that the CHXY119 and YATO411 immobilized bead completely biodegraded each BTEX compound, and the maximum biodegradation rates were 0.790mgl -1 h -1 for benzene, 1.113mgl -1 h -1 for toluene, 0.992mgl -1 h -1 for ethylbenzene and 0.231mgl -1 h -1 for p-xylene. The actual mineralization rates were 10.8% for benzene, 10.5% for toluene, 5.8% for ethylbenzene and 11.4% for p-xylene, which indicated that the bioremediation of BTEX by the immobilized bead requires a rather small oxygen supply. Degradation rates achieved by the bioaugmented permeable reactive barrier (Bio-PRB) system of the immobilized bead were 97.8% for benzene, 94.2% for toluene, 84.7% for ethylbenzene and 87.4% for p-xylene; and the toxicity of the groundwater fell by 91.2% after bioremediation by the bioaugmented PRB, which confirmed its great potential for remediating groundwater with high concentrations of contaminants.

原文English
頁(從 - 到)765-772
頁數8
期刊Journal of Hazardous Materials
244-245
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2013 一月 5

指紋

reactive barrier
Ethylbenzene
BTEX
Groundwater
Toluene
Xylene
Benzene
Remediation
remediation
xylene
Environmental Biodegradation
groundwater
Bioremediation
toluene
benzene
bioremediation
Oxygen supply
Xylenes
Mycobacterium
Pseudomonas

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Waste Management and Disposal
  • Pollution
  • Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis

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