Cyclodextrins for the enhancement of soil remediation technologies

É Fenyvesi, K. Csabai, M. Molnár, L. Leitgi, K. Gruiz

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Abstract

Randomly methylated beta-cyclodextrin (RAMEB, an industrially produced cyclodextrin derivative) was used as an additive to enhance the efficiency of an ex situ (enhanced natural attenuation) technology. The demonstration experiments were performed on a former military site contaminated with old diesel and engine oil. The results of the technology monitoring which integrated physico-chemical, biological and environmental toxicological tests, proved that the bioavailability of the contaminants was improved, the adaptation period of the soil indigenous microflora was shortened, and the microbial decomposition of the contaminantwas accelerated. Thermoanalytical studies proved that RAMEB could mobilize the strongly adsorbed contaminants as well as humic substances. The technology was evaluated using the Technology Verification System (TSV) including mass balance, quantitative risk assessment, cost-benefit and/or cost-efficiency analysis and SWOT analysis. The verification demonstrated the environmental efficiency and competitiveness of the technology.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConstruction for a Sustainable Environment - Proceedings of the International Conference of Construction for a Sustainable Environment
Publishershers
Pages197-206
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event2008 International Conference on Construction for a Sustainable Environment - Vilnius, Lithuania
Duration: Jul 1 2008Jul 4 2008

Other

Other2008 International Conference on Construction for a Sustainable Environment
CountryLithuania
CityVilnius
Period7/1/087/4/08

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Cyclodextrins
Remediation
Soils
Natural attenuation
Impurities
Risk assessment
Diesel engines
Costs
Demonstrations
Derivatives
Decomposition
Monitoring
Experiments

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Building and Construction
  • Environmental Engineering

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Fenyvesi, É., Csabai, K., Molnár, M., Leitgi, L., & Gruiz, K. (2010). Cyclodextrins for the enhancement of soil remediation technologies. In Construction for a Sustainable Environment - Proceedings of the International Conference of Construction for a Sustainable Environment (pp. 197-206). shers.

Cyclodextrins for the enhancement of soil remediation technologies. / Fenyvesi, É; Csabai, K.; Molnár, M.; Leitgi, L.; Gruiz, K.

Construction for a Sustainable Environment - Proceedings of the International Conference of Construction for a Sustainable Environment. shers, 2010. p. 197-206.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Fenyvesi, É, Csabai, K, Molnár, M, Leitgi, L & Gruiz, K 2010, Cyclodextrins for the enhancement of soil remediation technologies. in Construction for a Sustainable Environment - Proceedings of the International Conference of Construction for a Sustainable Environment. shers, pp. 197-206, 2008 International Conference on Construction for a Sustainable Environment, Vilnius, Lithuania, 7/1/08.
Fenyvesi É, Csabai K, Molnár M, Leitgi L, Gruiz K. Cyclodextrins for the enhancement of soil remediation technologies. In Construction for a Sustainable Environment - Proceedings of the International Conference of Construction for a Sustainable Environment. shers. 2010. p. 197-206
Fenyvesi, É ; Csabai, K. ; Molnár, M. ; Leitgi, L. ; Gruiz, K. / Cyclodextrins for the enhancement of soil remediation technologies. Construction for a Sustainable Environment - Proceedings of the International Conference of Construction for a Sustainable Environment. shers, 2010. pp. 197-206
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