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On-site treatment of creosote and pentachlorophenol sludges and contaminated soil
by Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Ada, Okla
Written in English
|Other titles||On site treatment of creosote and pentachlorophenol sludges and contaminated soil.|
|Statement||by Gary D. McGinnis ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||McGinnis, Gary D., 1940-, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 222 p.|
|Number of Pages||222|
Warren, E., and Godsy, E.M., , Comparison of sulfur and nitrogen heterocyclic compound transport in creosote contaminated aquifer material, in Symposium on Bioremediation of Hazardous Wastes--Research, Development, and Field Evaluations: Washington, D.C., Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Environmental. Clean Earth is dedicated to recycling every ton possible on every project. In order to increase recycling rates for our customers Clean Earth provides in-depth environmental support to assure every possible ton of waste accepted by Clean Earth that can be recycled, is recycled. For our soil recycling projects, Clean Earth characterizes the contaminated soil from a project site.
Treatment of Petroleum-Contaminated Soils. Treatment Options (continued) Landfarming. In landfarming, as in composting, petroleum products are biodegraded by spreading the contaminated soil on the land surface in a relatively thin layer. However, in landfarming, air is not mechanically introduced into the soil with the same frequency as in. Recovery of Metals from Sludges and Wastewaters (Pollution Technology Review) (No. ) E.R. Krishnan State-of-the-art metals treatment and recovery technologies to assist in identifying waste management options.
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On-site treatment of creosote and pentachlorophenol sludges and contaminated soil book May ON-SITE TREATMENT OF CREOSOTE AND PENTACHLOROPHENOL SLUDGES AND CONTAMINATED SOIL by Gary D.
McGinnis Hamid Borazjani Daniel F. Pope David A Strobel Linda K. McFarland Mississippi Forest Products Laboratory Mississippi State University Mississippi State, Mississippi PROJECT CR Project.
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United States Environmental Protection Agency Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Ada OK Research and Development EPA//S/ Jan. Project Summary Characterization and Laboratory Soil Treatability Studies for Creosote and Pentachlorophenol Sludges and Contaminated Soil Gary D.
McGinnis, Hamid Borazjani, Linda K. McFarland, Daniel F. Pope, and David A. Strobel. Wood Treater Sites With Contaminated Soils, Sediments, and Sludges. Physical Treatment 12 6 6 1 1 3 4 1 1. soil flushing 5 1 4 1 3 3 1 2. soil washing 7 5 2 1 1. Long-term On-Site Landfill 16 9 7 Very high cost 1 Long-term risk minimized, 2 Waste would need to be 5File Size: KB.
The feasibility of large-scale fungal bioaugmentation was evaluated by assessing the ability of the lignin-degrading fungus Phanerochaete sordida to decrease the soil concentrations of pentachlorophenol (PCP) and 13 priority pollutant polynuclear aromatic (PNA) creosote components in a field-demonstration study.
Inoculation of the contaminated soil with the fungus (fungal treatment) at a rate Cited by: On-Site Treatment of Creosote and Pentachlorophenol Sludges in Contaminated Soil, EPA///; NTIS: PB EPA, Overview of Air Biofilters, EPA, RREL, Cincinnati, OH. EPA, Proceedings of the 17th Annual RREL Hazardous Waste Research Symposium, EPA, RREL, Cincinnati, OH, EPA/// EPA, Urban community gardens worldwide provide significant health benefits to those gardening and consuming fresh produce from them.
Urban gardens are most often placed in locations and on land in which soil contaminants reflect past practices and often contain elevated levels of metals and organic by: 5. Landfarming is an ex-situ waste treatment process that is performed in the upper soil zone or in biotreatment cells. Contaminated soils, sediments, or sludges are transported to the landfarming site, incorporated into the soil surface and periodically turned over to aerate the mixture.
Landfarming commonly uses a clay or composite liner to intercept leaching contaminants and prevent. Creosote contaminated soil was excavated and mixed to construct 12 study piles, 4 m long×3 m wide×1 m high, in three randomized blocks of four treatments, namely controls, vented, vented with 1% kenaf (by volume) and vented with 1% kenaf and Cladosporium sp.
Sampling was at 45 day intervals for one year, and soil samples were extracted Author: Kelly Hurt, Hamid Borazjani, Susan V. Diehl, Mary Hannigan. are pre- and post-treatment soil characterization data, site names, vendor names (in some cases), treatment formulas used (generic and proprietary), costs, recommendations and citations to more detailed references.
The data pre-sented indicate that dioxins, pentachlorophenol, creosote polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and metals canCited by: The acre American Cyanamid Co Superfund site is located in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey.
Many chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturers operated on site for over 90 years. Improper waste storage and disposal contaminated surrounding soil and groundwater. EPA added the site to the National Priorities List (NPL) in The acre Burlington Northern (Brainerd/Baxter Plant) is a former railroad tie treatment plant by Burlington Northern Railroad in northern Minnesota, USA.
The unlined creosote and fuel oil lagoons, which had been used to treat the ties contaminatedthe site was listed as a United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) : Brainerd and Baxter. Further application of fungal-based bioaugmentation was evaluated for the remediation of creosote-contaminated soil at a wood-preserving site in West Virginia (Lamar, White, and Ashley, This decision document presents the selected remedial action for the American Creosote Works, Inc., in Winnfield, Louisiana.
This Record of Decision (ROD) addresses the source of hazardous substances, which includes surface sludges, subsurface pooled creosote and pentachlorophenol liquids defined as nonaqueous phased liquids (NAPLs), and contaminated soil and debris.
creosote, and then four feet more. Selected soil samples will be analyzed to determine the extent of contamination. This effort will help determine which contaminated soils will need to be excavated and thermally treated, and which can be treated in place on site.
In addition, groundwater and soil samples will be collected to be used for. The Fenton's reagent (hydrogen peroxide and iron (II)) treatment of pentachlorophenol (PCP) was investigated as a basis for the on site and in situ treatment of contaminated surface soils.
POTENTIAL FOR HUMAN EXPOSURE. Children are exposed to creosote via the same routes that adults are, and small children are more likely than adults to be in close contact with yard dirt or playground dirt, lawns, and indoor (carpet) dust, all of which may be contaminated with creosote residues.
Because of a tendency to put their unwashed hands. Abstract. The effects of nutrient addition on the in situ biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in creosote contaminated soil were studied in soil columns taken from various soil strata at a wood preserving plant in Norway.
Three samples were used: one from the topsoil (0– m), one from an organic rich layer (2– m) and one from the sandy aquifer (–5 m).Cited by: creosote sludge and liquid were removed.
A total oftons of contaminated soil and sediment from the site and adjacent stream were excavated, thermally treated, and placed back on-site. The ROD required excavation and LTTD treatment to 3 mg/kg BAP equivalents for contaminated soil up to 2 feet.
Frequent Questions about the Final Rule: (e.g., polyvinyl chloride and other plastics, drywall, concrete, aggregates, dirt, and asbestos), and wood treated with creosote, pentachlorophenol, chromated copper arsenate, or other copper, chromium, or arsenical preservatives.
There are also best management practices for positive and negative. 1. Wood treatment products may contaminate soil, water and sediment on and beyond wood treatment sites, and this contamination may persist in the long term. Off-site contamination may be aggravated by incidents such as spills, fires and flooding, as well as drainage of waste into off-site ditches or unlined reservoirs.
These.Transportation of the contaminated soil off site for disposal, with treatment as necessary. The OU3 ROD, signed in Septemberestablished the following RAOs for soils and groundwater: Prevent human exposure via direct contact, inhalation, and ingestion of contaminated soils, considering the future potential residential site use.based on assumption toddler exposed to soil ( µg/kg body weight) on a daily basis.
• Following remediation composite soil samples collected from a grid (5 to 15 m depending on the size of the exposure area) from depths of the upper 15 cm of soil and below this depth to a depth of 50cm BSG. 19File Size: 6MB.