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How heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation

Eva L. Davis

How heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation

important chemical properties and guidance on choosing the appropriate technique

by Eva L. Davis

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic compounds -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Soil remediation.,
  • Groundwater -- Purification.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHow heat can enhance in situ soil and aquifer remediation
    StatementEva L. Davis.
    SeriesGround water issue
    ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22287292M

    In situ thermal desorption (ISTD) is an intensive thermally enhanced environmental remediation technology that uses thermal conductive heating (TCH) elements to directly transfer heat to environmental media. The ISTD/TCH process can be applied at low ( °C) temperature levels to accomplish the remediation of a wide variety of . In situ thermal treatment methods heat contaminated. soil, and sometimes nearby groundwater, to very high temperatures. The heat vaporizes (evaporates) the chemicals and water changing them into gases. These gases, also referred to as “vapors,” can move more easily through soil. The heating process can make it easier to remove NAPLs from.

    SOIL & GROUNDWATER / IN-SITU REMEDIATION GCW Remediation process in an artificial in-homogeneous Fine-grained, silty or clayey lay-ers and lenticular intercalations are typical for many quaternary sedimentations, where hori-zontal flow can circumvent at the borders, but since there is a clearly defined vertical hydrau-. Abstract. Groundwater and Soil Remediation describes conventional treatment technologies and explains how they are designed and what they cost. This practical book provides design details and examples of remediation techniques with an emphasis on the integration of remediation technologies into a process design scheme.

    In-Situ Remediation of Soil, Sediments, and Groundwater Contaminated by Hazardous Substances Author: Mauro Capocelli, Researcher, University UCBM – Rome (Italy) description Highly polluted sites are present all over the world and particularly in countries that, in the last years, have seen uncontrolled and unplanned economic development. In situ Soil And Groundwater Remediation process, b) prevent regulatory delays, c) expedite soil and groundwater remediation activities, d) reduce time needed for Regional Water Board staff to prepare and the Regional Water Board to adopt WDRs for common remedial activities in the North Coast Region, e) enable the extension of coverage for.


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How heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation by Eva L. Davis Download PDF EPUB FB2

The item How heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation: important chemical properties and guidance on choosing the appropriate technique, Eva L. Davis represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. How Heat Can Enhance In-Situ Soil and Aquifer Remediation The purpose of this Issue Paper and the three companion Issue Papers (Davis, a, b, c) is to provide to those involved in assessing remediation technologies some basic information.

Get this from a library. Ground water issue: how heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation: important chemical properties and guidance on choosing the appropriate technique.

[Eva L Davis; United States. Environmental Protection Agency.]. How Heat Can Enhance In-situ Soil and Aquifer Remediation: Important Chemical Properties and Guidance on Choosing the Appropriate Technique Superfund Technology Support Center for Ground Water National Risk Management Research Laboratory Subsurface Protection and Remediation Division Robert S.

Kerr Environmental Research Center Ada, OklahomaFile Size: 92KB. United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response EPA//S/ V/ April &EPA Ground Water Issue How Heat Can Enhance In-situ Soil and Aquifer Remediation: Important Chemical Properties and Guidance on Choosing the Appropriate Technique Eva L.

Davis * Background. Get this from a library. How heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation: important chemical properties and guidance on choosing the appropriate technique. [Eva L Davis; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.].

Get this from a library. How heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation: important chemical properties and guidance on choosing the appropriate technique. [Eva L Davis; Superfund Technology Support Center for Ground Water. Chapter 5.

Thermally enhanced vapor stripping, p. In D, Wilson, and A. Clarke teds.) Hazardous Waste Site Soil Remediation. Marcel Dekker. New York. CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. The Chemical Rubber Company.

Cleveland. OIL, Davis. llM7a. How heat can enhance in-siiu soil and aquifer remediation, EPA issue. Get this from a library. Ground water issue - how heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation--important chemical properties and guidance on choosing the appropriate technique.

[Eva L Davis; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response,]. Kate M. Campbell, in Handbook of Water Purity and Quality, In Situ Techniques. In situ bioremediation is an attractive option for groundwater with lower contaminant concentrations because the treatment occurs directly in the subsurface aquifer.

Ideally, in situ bioremediation only requires injection of an electron donor to stimulate activity of indigenous dissimilatory metal. A related Issue Paper, entitled "How Heat Can Enhance In-Situ Soil and Aquifer Remediation: Important Chemical Properties and Guidance on Choosing the Appropriate Technique" (Davis, ), discusses the properties of some organic chemicals commonly found at contaminated sites, how these properties are affected by the presence of the chemical in.

remediation technologies for specific sites basic technical information on the use of steam injection for the remediation of soils and aquifers that are contaminated by volatile or semivolatile organic compounds. A related Issue Paper, entitled “How Heat Can Enhance In-Situ Soil and Aquifer Remediation: Important.

Many different methods and combinations of techniques can be used to apply heat to polluted soil and/or groundwater in situ. The heat can destroy or volatilize organic chemicals. As the chemicals change into gases, their mobility increases, and the gases can be extracted via collection wells for capture and cleanup in an ex situ treatment unit.

Issue Paper: How Heat Can Enhance In Situ Soil and Aquifer Remediation – This issue paper, developed by the Office of Research and Development, contains in-depth information on the properties of some common organic contaminants that affect their movement in and recovery from the subsurface as well as information on how these properties are.

Soil remediation is needed to clean and maintain high quality standards of soil, water and air that can consequently benefit commercial cultivation or for wild flora and fauna.

Soil contamination is more common than you might think. It happens in agricultural areas, industrial sites, and even on residential lots. Removing the contaminants from the soil renders the site useable for other purposes.

When soil is contaminated, one option to correct the problem is in-situ soil remediation. In-situ simply means "in place.". D AVIS, E VA L. (): How Heat Can Enhance In-situ Soil and Aquifer Remediation: Important Chemical Properties and Guidance on Choosing the. In situ thermal treatment (ISTT) for source zone remediation of soil and groundwater This method can be used to thermally enhance a variety of remediation techniques such as biodegradation and.

References L. Abriola, Multiphase Migration of Organic Compounds in a Porous Medium, Lecture Notes in Engineering, 8, Springer‐Verlag, Berlin., Crossref Google Scholar. When bacteria naturally present in the soil degrade these contaminants, subsequent growth on the bacteria can impact the hydrodynamic properties of the soil and aquifer materials.

Laboratory tests in 1-dimensional columns were conducted to study and quantify the effect of biofilm growth on the flow and transport properties of test soils.

many chemicals react with the aquifer particles or the ground water. The re-action may produce undesirable changes in water and soil characteristics.

For the remediation of the aquifers contaminated, many new techniques have been presented. Among them, as an in situ process, the electrokinetic.Ground Water Issue How Heat Can Enhance In-situ Soil and Aquifer Remediation: Important Chemical Properties and Guidance on Choosing the Appropriate Technique Article Jan In Situ Remediation Technologies scientists at Geokinetics have demonstrated that heavy and light metal contaminants can be removed from soil in situ.

In one recent field experiment, an.