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eBook Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites ePub

by Battelle Memorial In

  • ISBN: 1566701805
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Battelle Memorial In
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (September 25, 1995)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1403 kb
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Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites.

Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites. ISBN13: 9781566701808.

Royer, M. D. Remedial Option for Metal-Contaminated. Lewis, Boca Raton, FL, 1995. Stabilization technology is one of widely used remediation technologies for cadmium (Cd)-contaminated agricultural soils, but stabilized Cd in soil may be activated again when external conditions such as acid rain occurred. Therefore, it is necessary to study the effect of acid rain on the performance of different stabilizing agents on Cd-polluted agriculture soils.

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Contaminated soil; Heavy metals; Monte Carlo simulation; Multi-criteria analysis; Soil stabilization; Sustainable remediation.

Multi-criteria analysis and detailed impact analysis were carried out to assess the sustainability of four remedial alternatives for metal-contaminated soil/sediment at former timber treatment sites and harbour sediment with different scales. The sustainability was evaluated in the aspects of human health and safety, environment, stakeholder concern, and land use, under four different scenarios with varying weighting factors. Contaminated soil; Heavy metals; Monte Carlo simulation; Multi-criteria analysis; Soil stabilization; Sustainable remediation.

contaminated sites remediation technologies performance monitoring . Handbook-Remedial action at waste disposal sites (revised). Utilization of fly ash for fication of heavy metal contaminated soils. Engineering Geology, 70(3-4):377–394.

contaminated sites remediation technologies performance monitoring selection of remediation technologies remediation cost estimate. Report No. EPA/625/6-85/006, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, . Wilson DJ & Clarke AN (1994). Paria S & Yuet PK (2006).

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Description of Superfund Soils Contaminated with Metals. Battelle Memorial Institute. Performance and Cost. Soil Cleanup Goals and Technologies for Remediation. Louisiana State netics, Inc. Geokinetics International, Inc. They are present in the soil and ground water at approximately 65% of the Superfund sites. The metals most frequently identified are lead, arsenic, chromium, cadmium, nickel, and zinc. Other metals often identified as contaminants include copper and mercury.

The expertise of EPA research scientists has been combined to produce this comprehensive handbook, Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites. Drawing from an extensive EPA study of metals-contaminated sites, this book describes the sources, physical makeup, and chemical behavior of metal-containing wastes and state-of-the-art technologies for their remediation. The book first explores the origin of waste and how the waste matrix and contaminants interact, crucial factors in understanding environmental fate and transport and in selecting appropriate remediation technologies. Following this solid grounding in environmental chemistry, the book describes methods to remediate metal-containing wastes, including immobilization, chemical and biological treatment, and separation/concentration options. Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites also explores the current applications and limitations of these technologies. It is a valuable resource for personnel involved in the management, treatment, or minimization of metals-contaminated wastes.