Graphite-stimulated electrodialytic remediation

Start date: Nov 1st, 2018
Finish date: --

Soil samples collected from Collstrup are used in a lab-scaled electrodialytic remediation (EDR) experiment. The purpose of this experiment is to remove heavy metals (Cu, Cr, As) from the contaminated soil by a new EDR system. This new EDR is developed by adding graphite particles into soil repair chamber between two main electrodes. Those added graphite particles will be polarized and act like micro electrodes during EDR process, which is believed to be helpful in improving mass transfer. It is expected to be more efficient than conventional EDR process in remediating this soil and reducing its potential hazard to the environment.

The experiments are conducted by DTU Civil Engineering

Project type: Remediation

Project target: Soil

Contact information

Niels Døssing Overheu
Capital Region of Denmark
tel. +45 38665563
niels.doessing.overheu@regionh.dk

Associated test sites

Collstrop-site Hillerød

Former wood impregnation facility
As, Cr and Cu in top soil and shallow groundwater
Test containers and access to meeting room

Partners
DTU Byg