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Pilot-scale demonstration of a slurry-phase biological reactor for creosote-contaminated soil
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Other titles||Pilot scale demonstration of a slurry phase biological reactor for creosote-contaminated soil.|
|Series||Technology demonstration summary|
|Contributions||Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program (U.S.)|
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The benefits of integrating in situ electrokinetic remediation with chemical oxidation were evaluated in laboratory-scale experiments lasting for 8 weeks. A voltage gradient of 48 V/m of direct current and V/m of alternating current and periodic additions of chemical oxidants were applied to creosote-contaminated soil. Sediments Contamination and Sustainable Remediation Partitioning of a chemical among these phases can be estimated from either vapor-phase or solution-phase desorption isotherms. The process by which a compound evaporates in the vapor phase to the atmosphere from another environmental compartment is defined as volatilization.
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EPA//A/ January Pilot-Scale Demonstration of a Slurry-Phase Biological Reactor for Creosote-Contaminated Soil Applications Analysis Report Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory Office of Research and Development U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio. Pilot-scale demonstration of a slurry-phase biological reactor for creosote-contaminated soil: applications analysis report.
Get this from a library. Pilot-scale demonstration of a slurry-phase biological reactor for creosote-contaminated soil. [Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program (U.S.);]. A pilot-scale test of the slurry-phase bioremediation technology was performed by ECOVA Corporation (ECOVA) at the U.S.
EPA Test and Evaluation (T&E) facility from May 8 through J (12 weeks). The slurry-phase bioreactors were tested on a creosote-contaminated soil from the Burlington Northern Superfund Site in Brainerd, Minnesota. Applications Analysis Report (SITE Program): Pilot-Scale Demonstration of Slurry-Phase Biological Reactor for Creosote-Contaminated Soil.
EPA//A/; NTIS: PB EPA, Slurry bioreactor technology is an off-site technology that consists in the biological treatment of contaminated soil or sediments in a large (and possible) mobile reactor, which is provided with the conditions to enhance natural attenuation of a great variety of contaminants in slurry phase.
This remediation process has also been called by Cited by: Performance data on slurry-phase bioremediation of pentachlorophenol- (PCP-) and creosote-contaminated sediment and surface soil were generated at the bench-scale level.
Aqueous slurries were prepared from sediment and surface soil freshly obtained from the American Creosote Works Superfund site at Pensacola, FL. Full text of "Vachkin V.
Environmental Chemistry. Asian Lessons Kluwer ()" See other formats. bioreactors, slurry-phase biological treat ment, bio-slurry reactors, etc. In general, bioreactors In general, bioreactors are chosen as soil remediation treatment when fas t and safe remediation. A Pilot-Scale Demonstration of a Slurry-Phase Biological Reactor for Creosote-Contaminated Soil Applications Analysis Report.
AR Applications Analysis Report: The Carver-Greenfield Process Dehydro-Tech Corporation. Academic Press. Amsterdam, NV. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (). Pilot-scale demonstration of slurry-phase biological reactor for creosote-contaminated soil: Applications analysis report.
Report No. EPA//A/ Cincinnati, Ohio; and. Bio Report of the Slurry-phase (f) On-site Engineering for Pilot Scale Testing on Contaminated Soil, Risk logical Reactor Ohio. Reduction Eng. Lab., Cincinnati, (g) Resource Extraction Technology.
EPA AR/, D.C. Office Conservation Company B.E.S.T. Solvent EPA// Report, Applications Analysis and Development, of Research Washington. Atagana HI () Bioremediation of creosote-contaminated soil: a pilot-scale landfarming evaluation.
World J Microbiol Biotechnol – CrossRef Google Scholar Atagana H () Bioremediation of creosote contaminated soil in South Africa by by: Pilot study of slurry phase removal of creosote from soil has been performed by ECOVA Corp. Sieved soil was diluted with water to form a slurry with solid content up to 30 % w/w.
Total PAH. A pilot-scale demonstration of slurry-phase biotreatment of weathered petroleum sludges was evaluated using a x 10(3) m(3) (1 x 10(6) gal) reactor retrofitted from a concrete clarifier (EPA, b). The process entailed 56 days of batch operation at about 10 percent solids loading using float-mounted mixers and aerators.
pilot scale rotating biological contractors (RBC) and achieved effluent quality commensurate with secondary treatment. Namkoong et al evaluated the effect of the phenolic com pounds on overall soil microvial activity. The authors found that the removal rate of phenolic compounds in a mixture were.
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ON-SITE ENGINEERING REPORT OF THE SLURRY-PHASE BIOLOGICAL REACTOR FOR PILOT-SCALE TESTING ON CONTAMINATED SOIL. EPA Science Inventory. The performance of pilot-scale bioslurry treatment on creosote-contaminated soil was evaluated.
Five reactors containing 66 L of slurry (30% soil by weight), were operated in parallel. REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES. SCREENING MATRIX AND REFERENCE GUIDE. SECOND EDITION. October Prepared by the.
DOD Environmental Technology Transfer Committee NOTICE. This document was prepared for the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and other federal agencies participating in the Federal Remediation Technology Roundtable (FRTR).Ex-situ treatment technology is further divided into slurry-phase bioremediation and solid-phase bioremediation.
Slurry-phase Bioremediation Slurry-Phase bioremediation, also known as bioreactors, is a controlled treatment that involves the excavation of the contaminated soil, mixing it with.
water and placing it in a bioreactor. Fig. 1.United States Environmental Protection Agency. Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE).
EPA//S/ Pilot-scale demonstrationof a slurry-phase biological reactor for creosote-contaminated soil. Project Summary. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati.