How heat can enhance in-situ soil and aquifer remediation
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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.

Book details:

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 LibraryOL17123632M

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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.