4 edition of Hydrocarbon contaminated soils found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited by] Edward J. Calabrese, Paul T. Kostecki.|
|Contributions||Calabrese, Edward J., 1946-, Kostecki, Paul T., Bonazountas, Marc., United States. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry., Conference on Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soils (School of Public Health, University of Massachusetts at Amherst)|
|LC Classifications||TD879.P4 H828 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. :|
|ISBN 10||087371525X, 0873717910|
|LC Control Number||91020406|
Surface water limits for contamination by gasoline or other petroleum hydrocarbons are established by the Division of Water Quality. III. Soil and Fill Material All gasoline contaminated soil and fill material or soil and fill material contaminated by other petroleum hydrocarbons that exceeds a total of parts. Booming anthropogenic activities is the main reason of widespread contamination of soil by petroleum hydrocarbons, resulting in environmental, health and socio-economic concerns. Remediation of contaminated soil has received much attention including phytoremediation which has the advantages of being low cost and technologically uncomplicated.
" Natural Hazards /s Online publication date: November García-Díaz César Nebbioso Antonio Piccolo Alessandro Barrera-Cortés Josefina Martínez-Palou Rafael "Remediation of Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Soil by Washing . The American Society of Agronomy and Academic Press published the first six books in this series. The Gen 5 Transformation and Fate of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Soil 89 Roger C. Prince and Evelyn N. Drake Remediation of Soil Contaminated with Organic Compounds .. viii. Remediation of Soil Contaminated with.
Contamination of soil and water resources with petroleum oil and its products has become a serious problem due to carcinogenic and mutagenic compounds. Efforts are now focused on seeking potential remediation techniques for cleanup of petroleum hydrocarbons-contaminated soils in a cost effective and eco-friendly way. Results from natural and engineered phytoremediation systems provide strong evidence that vegetated soils mitigate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) contamination. However, the mechanisms by which PAH mitigation occurs and the impact of plant organic matter on PAH attenuation remain unclear. This study assessed the impact of plant organic matter on PAH attenuation in labile and refractory.
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Innovative Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil Treatment Techniques in Nevada: A Regulatory Perspective (Jim Najima and Allen Biaggi). Regulatory Complexities Associated with the Cleanup of Petroleum Contaminated Sites (Michael R. Anderson). Evaluation of the Use of the Toxicity Characteristics in Cleanup Standard Selection (J.
David Thomas). Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are carcinogenic micropollutants which are resistant to environmental degradation due to their highly hydrophobic nature. Concerns over their adverse health effects have resulted in extensive studies on the remediation of soils contaminated with by: Book Description.
The analysis of contaminated soils is a Hydrocarbon contaminated soils book new field that is growing at an incredible rate. To keep you abreast of the vast amount of new information being generated, this important volume presents leading-edge technology in analysis from some of.
Remediation of hydrocarbon contaminated soil is a necessity in order to have a safe and healthy environment that will in turn results in healthy lifestyle across the globe. Biological remediation of hydrocarbon and metal contaminated soil offers a better and more environmentally friendly technique that if properly and thoroughly explored can Cited by: Each polluted soil has particularities, thus, the bioremediation approach for each contaminated site is unique.
Therefore, hydrocarbon-contaminated sites that have remained polluted for decades due to lack of proper decontamination treatments present in this part of the world would benefit from cost effective treatments. Table 1: Classification of Designated Organic Contaminated Soils Classification Hydrocarbon contaminated soils book Opportunities for Reuse, Recycling, Recovery of Energy and Treatment Prescribed Industrial Waste – Contaminated Soil Waste Type Available in the Foreseeable Future(a) • Soil contaminated with: Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons • Monocyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons.
Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils book. Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils. DOI link for Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils. Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils book. By Donald L. Wise. Part 2: Bioremediation of Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Materials.
chapter 16 | 28 pages Biodegradation of PCBs in Aqueous and Soil Systems. View abstract. Thus, soil contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons is a seriously urgent worldwide environmental problem.
Soil contamination is commonly caused by the leakage of underground storage tanks and pipes or accidental spills during transportation and disposal. Finally, this surfactant was assessed in the washing of hydrocarbon-contaminated soils, and compared with other synthetic surfactants.
Results: It was found that CMCs were similar to those reported in the literature for pure rhamnolipids. 1. Introduction. The presence of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants in soil and water environments causes significant environmental impacts and poses a substantial hazard to both human and other forms of live in the polluted environments (Sammarco et al.,Hentati et al., ; Macci et al., ).Petroleum hydrocarbon contaminants characterize vast majority of organic compounds.
in Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Soils Ana Carolina Agnello, Irma Susana Morelli, and María Teresa Del Panno Abstract The use of green remediation technologies (i.e., phytoremediation, biore-mediation, mycoremediation) for the restoration of hydrocarbon-contaminated sites is one of the keys for sustainable development.
These technologies rely on. THE site of a massive new housing estate is contaminated from old RAF fuel storage tanks and possibly asbestos, an investigation has found.
Developers planning to build new houses at Heyford Park near Bicester made the discoveries while testing the safety of the soil. The estate is a complete redevelopment of the former RAF/USAF Upper Heyford airbase which was granted permission by.
Chemical fingerprinting analyses of 29 hydrocarbon-contaminated soils were performed to assess the soil quality and determine the main contaminant sources. The results were compared to an assessment based on concentrations of the 16 priority polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. the soil sample should be collected at the depth suspected of having been most impacted.
If laboratory analyses indicate that there is petroleum contamination in the soil, then soil assessment should proceed on the assumption that the screening method may not be able to resolve the extent of the soil contamination (see 3, below). -The contaminated soil must contain a su fficient number of hydrocarbon-utilising microorganisms, specifically those which are active.
-As a result of bioremediation, the ac tive microbes may. Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soils and Groundwater: Analysis, Fate, Environmental & Public Health Effects, & Remediation, Volume I 1st Edition by Cited by: 8.
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The chapter reviews the most important researches on the use of micro- and macrofungi in the bioremediation of contaminated soils. In particular, the main classes of soil pollutants in Europe (heavy metals, mineral oils, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), monoaromatic hydrocarbons, phenols and chlorinated hydrocarbons (CHCs)), together with the emerging contaminants (i.e.
The development of brownfield sites often requires foundation concrete to be placed in contact with soils contaminated with hydrocarbons. There is a common perception that the hydrocarbons affect the setting and hardening of the concrete, giving a reduced long-term strength.
Heating the contaminated soil until the petroleum hydrocarbons combust is another area of research. Scientists have researched specific plants that can help clean up contaminated sites. Using plants to clean soil is called phytoremediation.
Many common prairie plants, like coneflower, survive large amounts of hydrocarbon contamination. and monitoring of a landfarm for remediation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil at federal contaminated sites.
Landfarming is an ex situ contaminated soil bioremediation technique that involves excavating and spreading contaminated material either in beds consisting of a thin, uniformly thick layer or in windrows.
Remediation occurs by.Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are persistent organic compounds that are ubiquitous in the environment.
They consist of two or more fused benzene rings, such as phenanthrene, anthracene, and benzo[a]pyrene, which are potentially carcinogenic and mutagenic in contaminated soil and water bodies .It has the characteristics of low volatility, low water solubility, and low.Co-contamination with other chemicals (i.e., heavy metals): higher toxicity of petroleum hydrocarbon to soil microorganisms was reported with the presence of heavy metals as a co-contaminant when compared with the toxicity of petroleum hydrocarbon as the only contaminant.
Khudur et al. () showed that hydrocarbon-contaminated soils were.