Characterisation and monitoring of in situ remediation of chlorinated
hydrocarbon contamination using an interdisciplinary approach
MIRACHL aims to improve the understanding of in-situ remediation processes for contaminated sites in general, and more specificically, for sites polluted by chlorinated hydrocarbons, e.g. waste from dry cleaning facilities. Chlorinated hydrocarbon contamination is associated with severe risks to human health and to the environment making it a major problem in cities around the world. There is thus an urgent need for efficient methods for remediation these sites.
The HGG part of the MIRACHL project is to develop a 3D finite element forward and inverse code for full waveform DCIP data.