||Evaluation of technologies for in-situ cleanup of DNAPL contaminated sites
Grubb, Dennis G. ;
||California Univ., Berkeley. Dept. of Civil Engineering.;Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada, OK.
||Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
In situ remediation--Technology innovations--Evaluation ;
Dense nonaqueous phase liquids--Environmental aspects ;
Water pollution control ;
Ground water ;
Oil wastes ;
Water treatment ;
Water table ;
Biological treatment ;
DNAPL(Dense Nonaqueous Phase Liquids) ;
Dense nonaqueous phase liquids ;
Treatment technology ;
In situ treatment ;
Electrolytic processes ;
Soil washing ;
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||xiii, 173 p.
Ground-water contamination by non-aqueous phase liquids poses one of the greatest remedial challenges in the field of environmental engineering. Denser-than-water non-aqueos phase liquids (DNAPLs) are especially problematic due to their low water solubility, high density, and capillary forces arising from interfacial tension between the DNAPLs and water. The problems associated with current pump-and-treat remedial approaches have served as the impetus to develop alternative technologies to accelerate in-situ DNAPL contamination remediation. The report provides a review and technical evaluation of in-situ technologies for remediation of DNAPL contamination occurring below the ground-water table. Various in-situ technologies are reviewed and are evaluated on the basis of their theoretical background, field implementation, level of demonstration and performance, waste, technical and site applicability/limitations, and cost and availability.
"Performing organization, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of California"--Technical report data. "August 1994." "Cooperative agreement no. CR-818956." "EPA/600/R-94/120." "Program element no. TD1Y1A"--Technical report data.