NanoRem at the AquaConSoil 2015 Posters
1A21 - The Use of Sensor-Data for Investigating the Transport and the Reactivity of Fe(0) Nano-Particles

1B18 - Ecotoxicity Testing of Nanoparticles for Remediation of Con-taminated Soil and Groundwater

1C.5-18 - Small Flume Experiment for the Transport Evaluation of Car-bo-Iron® Particles in a Confined Aquifer

1C.5-28 - Suface functionalization of microbially-synthesized magnet-ite for improved mobility and reactivity

1C.5-42 - Testing on emerging nanoparticles for arsenic removal un-derreal conditions on a pilot field site, in Asturias, Spain

1C.5-46 - Transport of Carbo-Iron® in porous media: Optimization based on cascading column experiments

1C.6-2 - Current Trends in the Field of Nanomaterials Designed for Advanced Water-Treatment Technologies

1C.6-3 - Scale Fabrication of Nano Zero-Valent Iron (nZVI) Parti-cles for Groundwater Remediation by Milling

1C.6-4 - Injection of Carbo-Iron® Nanoparticles into a Groundwater Aquifer contaminated with Chlorinated Solvents - approach and first results from one pilot site

1C.6-6 - Dechlorination of solvents by nanoscale zero-valent iron particles: applying flake shaped nanoparticles in an aerobic aquifer with restricted solvent dissolution

1C.6-8 - Study of the Cryomilling Technique for the Production of Nano Zero-Valent Iron (nZVI) Particles

1C.6-9 - In-situ Groundwater Remediation Using Iron-oxides Nano-particles (Goethite): Large Scale Container Experiment to Investigate Transport and Reactivity

1C.6-12 - Methodology of laboratory test for the description and comparison of the reactive and migration properties of new types of iron nanoparticles

1C.6-13 - Modelling nanoparticle transport in porous media across the scales:from the pore scale to the field-scale injection

1C.6-14 - Aquifer modification: an approach to improve the mobility of nZVI used for in situ groundwater remediation
Taking Nanotechnological Remediation Processes from Lab Scale to End User Applications for the Restoration of a Clean Environment.
This project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement No. 309517
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