Purging of oil contaminants in soil using combination of fenton advanced oxidation and sulfate radical (A case study: Masjed Soleiman, Iran)
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Oil exploration and production zones are very frequently contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons or its derivatives. The most important exploration and production zones are located in South-west and South of the country, in Iran. Masjed Soleiman city is located on an oil field. The soil of this region has been affected by the petroleum composition. Mach petroleum seepages and springs (asphalt, oil and gas) with active oil and gas wells in Masjed soleiman caused this contamination. Restoration of soil contaminated with hydrocarbons at the sites has become a very interesting scientific challenge, mainly because of the actual complexity of the matrix. A large number of studies have been reported for the treatment of oil contaminated soil. One of the technologies is advanced oxidation. Advanced oxidation processes has the potential for rapidly treating or pretreating of pollution by TPHs. Applying the advanced oxidation processes have proven to be effective in treating and recovering the soil, mainly because they are faster than the other processes and are able to degrade toxic recalcitrant matter. The aim of this study is to evaluate effectiveness of the advanced oxidation process of oil contaminated soil by combination of Fenton and sulfate radical.
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