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Basics of pump-and-treat ground-water remediation technology

James W. Mercer

Basics of pump-and-treat ground-water remediation technology

by James W. Mercer

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Published by Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Ada, Okla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Purification.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBasics of pump and treat ground-water remediation technology.
    StatementJames W. Mercer, David C. Skipp and Daniel Giffin.
    ContributionsSkipp, David C., Giffin, Daniel., Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory., Dynamac Corporation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 31, 20, 5 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14661713M

    Design of Remediation Systems first establishes the underlying principles behind each technology, then outlines the standard procedures for designing a system. This comprehensive manual explains feasibility and pilot tests, data evaluation, design considerations and parameters, calculations and equations, and construction aspects of the system. This bestselling author presents his latest compilation of time- and cost-saving techniques, methods, and strategies for soil and groundwater remediation. This book outlines advanced technologies, including phytoremediation, air sparging, reactive zones, vacuum-enhanced recovery, and more!

    The Technology Innovation News Survey welcomes your comments and suggestions, as well as information about errors for correction. Please contact Michael Adam of the U.S. EPA Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation at [email protected] or () with any comments, suggestions, or corrections. The Final Exam will be in 2 parts. Part 1 is closed book with short answer and long answer essay questions. Part 2 involves the open book lab skills portion. You will be able to use your notes, conversion charts, answer keys, etc. to work on Part 2 lab-style problems. Make sure you go over the groundwater problem answer keysFile Size: KB.

    WDNR - Groundwater Sampling Desk Reference Additional References American Society for Testing and MaterialsStandard Guide for Pore-Liquid Sampling from the Vadose Zone, ASTM Method D , provides a detailed and thorough discussion and guidance on the operating principles, descriptions, installations (limited information), operations. The purpose of this book is to help engineers and scientists better understand dense nonaqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) contamination of groundwater and the methods and technology used for characterization and remediation.


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USEPA //, File Size: 5MB. Pump-and-Treat Accomplishments - A Review of the Effectiveness of Ground Water Remediation in Santa Clara Valley, California Google Scholar Bredehoeft, J.

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C () In Situ Aeration: Air Sparging, Bioventing and Related Remediation Processes Skipp, D. C, Griffin, D., and Ross, R. () Basics of Pump and Treat Ground Water Remediation Technology, US Environmental Protection Agency Cited by: Remediation of BTEX contaminated groundwater: best technology assessment between pump&treat and bioremediation by oxygen injection Article (PDF Available) March with 94 Reads How we.

Soil remediation is also accomplished by using a process known as pump and treat. Essentially, this approach involves the removal of contaminated ground water, using various methods to purify the extracted liquid. While the water is purified, the soil is extracted and filtered to remove various contaminants and returned back to its original.

Soil and groundwater cleanup: Benefits and limits of emerging technologies Article (PDF Available) in Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 13(2).

Ground Wa ^ Taylor, P. Development and operation of a passive-flow treatment system for Sr contaminated ground water. Permeable Reactive Barriers Action Team presentation mater­ ials, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Remediation Technology Development Forum conference at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, NovemberCited by:   Basics of Pump-and-Treat Ground-Water Remediation Technology (EPA//8- 90/) 8 Chilcott, R.

() General Information Benzene. Health Protection Agency. Version 2. 9 Duarte-Davidson, R., Courage, C., Rushton, L. and Levy, L. () Benzene in the environment: an assessment of potential risks to the health of the population. Pump-and-Treat Ground Water Remediation Technology, EPA///; NTIS: PB EPA, Reductive Dehalogenation of Organic Contaminants in Soils and Ground Water, EPA/// CLU-IN - The Hazardous Waste Clean-up Information (CLU-IN) Web Site provides information about innovative treatment technology to the hazardous waste remediation community.

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Mercer, David C. Skipp and Daniel Giffin Geo Trans, Inc. A Exchange. Bioremediation uses microorganisms to degrade organic contaminants in soil, groundwater, sludge, and solids.Soil vapor extraction (SVE) is a physical treatment process for in situ remediation of volatile contaminants in vadose zone (unsaturated) soils (EPA, ).

SVE (also referred to as in situ soil venting or vacuum extraction) is based on mass transfer of contaminant from the solid (sorbed) and liquid (aqueous or non-aqueous) phases into the gas phase, with subsequent collection of .Book Description.

The problem of aquifer contamination remains one of the greatest challenges facing environmental scientists and engineers. Air sparging, a technique unknown until recently, has emerged with increasing application frequency as an alternative to both the pump-and-treat technology and conventional in situ bioremediation for treating this problem.