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In-situ Remediation Method
In-situ bioremediation sample
In-situ remediation is a technique that breaks down and purifies contaminants by activating microorganisms present in the soil.
This method can also be applied to working factory sites and to soil located directly under buildings.
In-situ remediation is a method of breaking down and purifying hazardous substances present in soil and groundwater. It possesses the following characteristics:
- It is a simple method, involving nothing more than the impregnation of subsurface soil with nutrients that activate microorganisms.
- It is a low-cost method in comparison to excavation and removal.
- It is a method that can be applied even to soil located directly underneath buildings or at working factory sites, where excavation is difficult.
- It is a method that has little environmental impact, with no need to remove and transfer contaminated soil.