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  • Hazardous wastes -- Incineration,
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Other titlesPilot scale incineration of contaminated soils from the Drake Chemical superfund site
StatementC. King, J.W. Lee, and L.R. Waterland
ContributionsLee, J. W. 1954-, Waterland, L. R. 1948-, Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
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Pagination1 v
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PILOT-SCALE INCINERATION OF CONTAMINATED SOILS FROM THE DRAKE CHEMICAL SUPERFUND SITE By C. King, J. Lee," and L. R, Waterland Acurex Corporation Environmental Systems Division Incineration Research Facility Jefferson, Arkansas EPA Contract No. C Work Assignment EPA Project Officer: R.

Thurnau Technical Task Manager: R. ?Dockey= The complete report, entitled "Pilot-Scale Incineration of Contaminated Soils from the Drake Chemical Superfund Site," (Order No. PB; Cost: $, subject to change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield, VA Telephone: The EPA Project Officer can be ?Dockey= Pilot-scale incineration of contaminated soils from the Drake Chemical superfund site: project summary H.O.

Wall was the Technical Project Monitor for the test program The complete report, entitled "Pilot-Scale Incineration of Contaminated Soil from the Chemical Insecticide Corporation Superfund Site," (Order No.

PB; Cost: $, subject to change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road ?Dockey=   A series of pilot-scale incineration tests were performed at the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Incineration Research Facility to evaluate the potential of incineration as an option to treat contaminated soils from the Drake Chemical Superfund site in Lock Haven, ://   A series of pilot-scale incineration tests were performed at the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Incineration Research Facility to evaluate the potential of incineration as an option to treat contaminated soils from the Drake Chemical Superfund site in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. The soils at the Drake site are reported to be Evaluation of the thermal stability POHC incinerability ranking in a pilot-scale rotary kiln incinerator Nevertheless, a comprehensive review of thermal treatment technologies for contaminated soils would provide a foundation and a broader view for evaluation of the sustainability of thermal treatment.

Furthermore, in reviews published so far, there is a remarkable gap of a systematical investigation on the coupled technologies associated with A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the :// Thermal desorption is a remediation method used to clean contaminated soils.

This method uses heat to vaporize the contaminants, and as such only works for volatile contaminants. These include mostly organic wastes composed of hydrocarbons, such as oil refining wastes, coal tar wastes, wood-treating wastes, creosotes, chlorinated solvents, fuels, PCBs, mixed wastes, synthetic rubber processing /assignments/thermal-desorption.

V\ PILOT-SCALE INCINERATION OF CONTAMINATED SLUDGES FROM THE BOFORS-NOBEL SUPERFUND SITE By C. King and L. Waterland Acurex Environmental Corporation Incineration Research Facility Jefferson, Arkansas EPA Contract C Work Assignment Project Officer: Robert C. Thurnau Technical Project Monitor: Gregory J.

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Hamby* Department of Environmental and Industrial Health, School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MIUSA 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 ?e=26&Ca=2.

A pilot-scale demonstration of the SPSS process for treatment of contaminated mixed-waste soils containing high concentrations (∼5, mg/L) of mercury and liquid elemental mercury was conducted at Brookhaven National Lab.

SPSS chemically stabilizes the mercury to reduce vapor pressure and leachability and physically encapsulates the waste in J. Lee's 12 research works with 34 citations and 66 reads, including: Pilot-scale evaluation of the thermal-stability POHC incinerability anking   @article{osti_, title = {Behavior of metal contaminants during the incineration of solid wastes}, author = {Eddings, E.G.}, abstractNote = {The objective of this research was to provide understanding of the behavior of trace levels of metal contaminants present in organically-contaminated soils undergoing thermal treatment.

A Differential-Bed Reactor was constructed for use in bench Proceedings: EPA/NGA Workshop on Global Climate and State Actions, December(EPA// S/) Greenhouse Gases from Small-scale Combustion in Developing Countries—A Pilot Study in Manila (EPA/ /SR/) Demonstration of Fuel Cells to Recover Energy from Landfill Gas: Phase I Final Report: Conceptual Study (EPA//SR/) The ?Dockey= Search the Superfund data system for active and archived NPL and non-NPL sites.

Cleanups in My Community Mapped Search. View EPA's Cleanups in my Community map, which includes Superfund sites as well as sites and facilities addressed under other programs.

Contact Us to ask a question, provide feedback, or report a :// Treatment of Soil-Wash Rinse-Water Leachates (EPA//SR/) Pilot-Scale Evaluation of the Thermal Stability POHC Incinerability Ranking (EPA//SR/) Pilot-Scale Incineration of PCB-Contaminated Sediments from the New Bedford Harbor Hot Spot Superfund Site (EPA//SR/) Evaluation of the Chemical Resistance of ?Dockey= The soils at the Drake site are reported to be contaminated to varying degrees with various organic constituents and several hazardous constituent trace :// Extraction of PCBs from contaminated soils at pilot-plant scale.

Since this technology can be applied to weakly contaminated soils only, the proposed method has been used with samples of contaminated soil from Milovice, where the contamination is low.

The original concentration of PCBs was mg/kg (sum of indicative congeners of PCBs). Task 2: Incineration Test of Explosives Contaminated Soils at Savanna Army Depot Activity, Final Report, Savanna Illinois, USATHAMA Report DRXTH-TE-CR Norris, et al., Handbook of Bioremediation, EPA-RSKERL, Lewis Publishers, CRC Press, Corporate Boulevard, Boca Raton, FL Nottingham Trent University,   The conventional technologies that play a significant role in managing source areas at hazardous waste sites include excavation, containment, and pump-and-treat.

To a certain extent, excavation (if completely successful) and containment represent the extreme ends of what is possible with source remediation, in that one technology completely The site contained two types of incinerable wastes: contaminated soils and sediments.

A remedial investigation and feasibility study (RI/FS) was conducted, leading to a recommendation to treat the Pilot planting and full-scale phytoremediation systems were installed in Aberdeen, North Carolina, at the Aberdeen Pesticide Dumps Superfund Site (APDS) in andrespectively.

The record of decision (ROD) issued in originally specified excavation and thermal desorption of contaminated soils, replacement of treated soils back into Request PDF | Pilot Scale Ex-Situ Bioremediation of Heavily PAHs-Contaminated Soil by Indigenous Microorganisms and Bioaugmentation by a PAHs-Degrading and Bioemulsifier-Producing Strain | This   HCB remediation/disposal in pilot and large scale There are limited literatures concerning the remediation of HCB contaminated soils, sediments and waters in pilot and large scale.

One notable pilot scale EK remediation was recently reported regarding the treatment of aged sediment suffered from HCB contamination for decades [22] › 百度文库 › 行业资料.

In yet another set of field-scale bioremediation efforts of unsaturated-zone wood treating site soils, a reduction in Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure evaluations or water-soluble fraction determinations were employed to infer bioavailability reduction with time (technical repo 17, and 22 in Loehr and Webster, ).

Superfund Treatability Study Protocol: Bench-Scale Level of Soils Washing for Contaminated Soils (Interim Final), EPA, Washington, DC.

EPA, Technologies for Upgrading Existing or Designing New Drinking Water Treatment Facilities, EPA, Office of Drinking Water (ODW), Cincinnati, OH, EPA/// EPA, Pilot Plant Stage Bioremediation of CKW- and BTEX-Contaminated Soil by in Situ Infiltration in Combination with on-Site Water and Air Treatment at the Model Site Eppelheim O.

Meyer, J. Warrelmann, H. von Reis In Canada, chemical and allied industries account for over 32% of the total annual on-site land releases of million kg, with a further 48% accounted for by primary metal processing and smelting, electric, gas, and sanitary services, and pulp and paper :// These volumes contain the proceedings of the Fifth FZK/TNO Conference on Contaminated Soil.

The themes discussed are as follows: 1. National and International Programmes. Site Investigation. Emission and Fate of Contaminants.

Characterization of Contaminated Soil. Effects and  › Environmental Sciences › Pollution and Remediation. - test this technology at the pilot-scale in a real contaminated site and to make a benefits/costs/risks assessment with respect to established treatments; - model properties for matter transport and transfer of those complex fluids, from the pore to the site scale using data from lab scale and pilot scale to calibrate the ://   1) Cs was used with sunflowers in bench-scale and pilot-scale engineered systems.

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1 Superfund: How to Deal with a Teenager and Avoid the Joint and Several Liability Trap p. 9 Evaluation of Soil Washing for Remediating Lead Contaminated Soils p. 89 Pilot Scale Anaerobic Treatment of High Strength Waste from a Yeast Extract Processing Facility p. State?of?Vermont?

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