CLEANSOIL as a perspective method of remediation of oil-contaminated soils under existing infrastructure
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The results are given of the two-year study of the new technology of soil remediation from oil contamination-CLEANSOIL combining physicochemical and biological methods of eliminating oil pollution. It is shown that using this combined technology results in quick decrease in the oil concentration in soil to the level when the soil is able to clean itself.
Key wordsoil-contaminated soils new method of cleaning CLEANSOIL technology
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