||Surfactant-enhanced extraction technology evaluation, EPA-BMBF bilateral site demonstration Versuchseinrichtung zur Grundwasser- und Altlastenanierung (VEGAS) Facility, Stuttgart, Germany / [electronic resource] :
||Tetra Tech, Inc., San Diego, CA.; National Risk Management Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH.
|| National Risk Management Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Extraction (Chemistry) ;
Volatile organic compounds--Germany.
United States.--Environmental Protection Agency. ;
Germany.--Bundesministerium fèur Bildung und Forschung. ;
Water pollution control ;
Demonstration procedures ;
Economic analysis ;
Performance data ;
Feasibility studies ;
Evaluation criteria ;
Analytical methods ;
Tables (Data) ;
Hazardous waste sites ;
Innovative technology evaluation report (ITER) ;
Foreign technology ;
Surfactant-enhanced extraction technologies ;
Technology applications analysis ;
Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE)
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||1 online resource (ix, 3, 50 p.) : digital, PDF file, ill., map.
This innovative technology evaluation report (ITER) summarizes the results of an evaluation of a surfactant-enhanced extraction technology. This evaluation was conducted under a bilateral agreement between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) program and the Federal Republic of Germany Ministry for Research and Technology (BMBF). To provide performance data for the evaluation, the surfactant-enhanced extraction system was demonstrated within an artificial aquifer from February 28 through March 5, 1998 at the Versuchseinrichtung zur Grundwasser-und Altlastensanierung (VEGAS) research facility in Stuttgart, Germany. Prior to the demonstration, the artificial aquifer was injected with xylene to create a contaminant plume for the technology evaluation. During the demonstration, surfactant was injected into the artificial aquifer, groundwater containing xylene was extracted, and the system was monitored to assess the effectiveness of the technology.
Title from PDF title screen (viewed on Dec. 7, 2010). "September 2009." "EPA/540-R-07/004."