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In situ physical/chemical treatment technologies for remediation of contaminated sites

In situ physical/chemical treatment technologies for remediation of contaminated sites

applicability, development status, and research needs

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Published by The Office, Available to the public from the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.?], Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bioremediation -- Research -- United States.,
  • Soil remediation -- United States -- Technological innovations.,
  • Hazardous waste site remediation -- United States -- Technological innovations.

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    Other titlesIn situ physical chemical treatment technologies for remediation of contaminated sites., Applicability, development status, and research needs., In Situ Remediation Integrated Program.
    StatementR.L. Siegrist ... [et al.] ; prepared for U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Technology Development ; prepared by Oak Ridge National Laboratory ; managed by Martin Marieta Energy Systems, Inc under contract #DE-AC05-84OR21400.
    SeriesEnvironmental Sciences Division publication -- no. 4238., Environmental Sciences Division publication -- no. 4238.
    ContributionsSiegrist, Robert L., United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Technology Development., Oak Ridge National Laboratory., Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxv, 62 p.
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17790418M

    In situ (as well as ex situ) remediation options can be grouped into categories based on their treatment mechanism: physical, chemical, electrical, thermal and biological. In this digest, physical, chemical and electrical mechanisms have been abridged into one group, called to the complex nature of many polluted soils and the fact that pollution, in many situations, is due. Therefore, proper characterization and remediation may be a mandatory requirement in order to reduce the radiological hazards to acceptable levels. This TECDOC provides general information on the characterization of radioactively contaminated sites for remediation purposes. Thus, it presents technical approaches (e.g.

    Physical/Chemical Treatment Technologies ; Soil Vapor Extraction His current research focuses on application of zero valent iron and carbon based nano-materials in in-situ and ex-situ remediation of contaminated groundwater. Mississauga, ON L4Z 1T2 If you need to book accommodations / provided they have space available /5. Soil contamination represents an environmental issue which has become extremely important in the last decades due to the diffusion of industrial activities. Accidents during transport of dangerous materials and fuels may cause severe pollution. The present paper describes the criteria of the actions which were operated to remediate the potential risk and observed negative effects on Cited by: 4.

      The Hardcover of the Remediation and Beneficial Reuse of Contaminated Sediments (S): Proceedings of the First International Conference on Remediation of. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are Author: Hinchee. • Be exposed to national and international experience with a range of in - situ and ex-situ remediation techniques for organic and inorganic contamination. • Become aware of societal issues relating to contaminated sites and their remediation. DEFINITIONS OF CONTAMINANTS Chemical Fate and Mobility of contaminants in the environment Lead.


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In situ physical/chemical treatment technologies for remediation of contaminated sites Download PDF EPUB FB2

In situ physical/chemical treatment technologies for remediation of contaminated sites: Applicability, developing status, and research needs}, author = {Siegrist, R L and Gates, D D and West, O R and Liang, L and Donaldson, T L and Webb, O F and Corder, S L and Dickerson, K S}, abstractNote = {The U.S.

Department of Energy (DOE) In Situ. Various conventional physical, chemical and biological technologies are available for the treatment of contaminated sites; however, they are unsuccessful in the remediation of soils that contain.

Contaminated sites can pose a significant risk to public health and the environment. Many different insitu or ex-situ remediation technologies have been developed throughout the years to mitigate. ex situ) or below ground in the soil or groundwater, referred to as in situ. In situ bioremediation of groundwater has become one of the most widely used technologies for contaminated site treatment because of its relatively low cost, adaptability to site specific conditions, and.

a wide variety of in situ technologies for the treatment of contaminated soil in both the vadose zone and saturated and unsaturated source zones.

The in situ technologies presented involve apply ing chemical, biological, or physical processes to the subsurface to degrade, remove, or immobilize contaminants without removing the bulk soil. Get this from a library.

In situ physical/chemical treatment technologies for remediation of contaminated sites: applicability, development status, and research needs. [Robert L Siegrist; United States. Department of Energy.

Office of Technology Development.; Oak Ridge National Laboratory.; Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc.;]. Bioremediation technologies can be broadly classified as ex situ or in situ. Table 1summarizes the most commonly used bioremediation technologies. Ex situ technologies are those treatment modalities which involve the physical removal of the contaminated to another area (possibly within the site) for by: Electrokinetic remediation and other physico-chemical remediation techniques for in situ treatment of soil from contaminated nuclear and NORM sites Introduction: in situ physico-chemical remediation technologies from contaminated nuclear and NORM sites.

Once a need for soil remediation is recognized, the best available technology is selected according to the nature, toxicity, and origin of the contaminant, the present and potential hazard related to the degree of contamination, the chemical and physical characteristics of the soil, the land use, the time available for remediation, the community acceptance, and a cost-benefit analysis.

Water: Development of water treatment technologies is important because more than 80 per cent (See Tables 1 and 9) of the current NPL radioactive sites have water contamination, and because promising technologies (i.e., soil washing, physical separation, and chemical extraction) for remediation of contaminated soils will have treatment.

This paper discusses innovative in situ remediation technologies for the treatment and/or stabilization of mercury-contaminated clay soil.

The 4 alternatives—electrochemical remediation, in situ mercury stabilization, nanotechnology, and phytoextraction--have the common advantages of low energy requirements, low cost, no excavation, no. Physical/Chemical Treatment Technology Resource Guide (PDF) (43 pp, K,B) Contact Us to ask a question, provide feedback, or report a problem.

Discover. a wide variety of in situ technologies for the treatment of contaminated soil in both the vadose zone and saturated and unsaturated source zones. The in situ technologies presented involve applying chemical, biological, or physical processes to the subsurface to degrade, remove, or immobilize contaminants without removing the bulk soil.

In Situ and Ex Situ Biodegradation Technologies for Remediation of Contaminated Sites EPA, R, This document summarizes current information on bioremediation. An overview of permeable reactive barriers for in situ sustainable groundwater remediation. Chemosphere. ; – doi: /phere [Google Scholar] Paudyn K, Rutter A, Rowe RK, Poland JS.

Remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soils in the Canadian Arctic by by: In Situ Remediation of Chlorinated Solvent Plumes. H.F. Stroo & C.H. Ward. Editors. This volume presents a critical analysis and timely synthesis of the past two decades of intensive research, development and demonstrations on the in situ remediation of chlorinated solvent plumes/5(3).

Natural Attenuation and Phytoremediation of Uranium-Contaminated Sites. There are several remediation methods of U-contaminated sites, which include chemical, physical, and biological technologies (Bhalara et al.,Chen et al.,Deng et al., ).

In fact, biological technologies are essentially nature-based : Paulo J.C. Favas, João Pratas, Manoj S. Paul, Majeti Narasimha Vara Prasad. Report for Contract No. U.S. EPA Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory, Cincinnati, Ohio. U.S Environmental Protection Agency, Review of In-Place Treatment Technologies for Contaminated Surface Soils - Volume 2: Background Information for In-Situ Treatment, EPA/.

Ward C.H. et al. () In-Situ Treatment Technologies. In: Reible D., Demnerova K. (eds) Innovative Approaches to the On-Site Assessment and Remediation of Contaminated Sites.

NATO Science Series (Series IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences), vol Author: C. Ward, J. Hughes, G. Pope, M. Delshad, V. Dwaranath, J. Spain, S. Nishino, J. Fruchter. @article{osti_, title = {An overview of in situ waste treatment technologies}, author = {Walker, S and Hyde, R A and Piper, R B and Roy, M W}, abstractNote = {In situ technologies are becoming an attractive remedial alternative for eliminating environmental problems.

In situ treatments typically reduce risks and costs associated with retrieving, packaging, and storing or disposing-waste.

that costs reported under a set of conditions at one site are very difficult to extrapolate to other sites. Like technology performance, technology costs are sensitive to site-specific geologic, geochemical, and contaminant conditions, especially for in situ technologies.This reference book published by Springer describes the principles and practices of in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) for groundwater remediation.

Chapters are based on a decade of intensive research, development, and demonstrations funded by SERDP, ESTCP, and others, and on lessons learned from commercial field applications.In addition, augmentation and/or enhancement may be required to optimize in situ biological and physical-chemical A research area that would have major impacts on improved application of in situ remediation technologies is the development of methods for evaluating remediation success or progress in the field.

Currently, evidence that.