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In-Situ Chemical Oxidation

In-situ chemical oxidation involves the introduction of a chemical oxidant into the subsurface for the purpose of transforming ground-water or soil contaminants into less harmful chemical species. The most common oxidant delivery method involves the injection of oxidants. Where a significant hydraulic gradient exists, the targeted delivery of oxidants to the contaminant zones may require both injection and extraction wells.

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