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A guide to pump and treat ground-water remediation technology

A guide to pump and treat ground-water remediation technology

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Published by Technology Innovation Office, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, US EPA in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Purification -- Technological innovations,
  • Water -- Purification -- Technological innovations

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Technology Innovation Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14450616M
    OCLC/WorldCa24118481

    Title: A Citizen's Guide to Bioremediation Author: U.S. EPA, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Subject: The Citizens' Guides are 2-page fact sheets that explain, in basic terms, the operation and application of the most frequently used innovative treatment technologies. CLU-IN - The Hazardous Waste Clean-up Information (CLU-IN) Web Site provides information about innovative treatment technology to the hazardous waste remediation community. It describes programs, organizations, publications, and other tools for federal and state personnel, consulting engineers, technology developers and vendors, remediation contractors, researchers, community groups, and.

    Despite nearly 10 years of pump and treat remediation, groundwater As concentrations at the recovery wells can be several hundred μg/L while the US drinking water standard is 10 μg/L. Additionally, the aquifer sediments have become contaminated with typical As concentrations of 20– mg/kg; these sediments act as a source of As to the Cited by: 1. PRINCETON GROUNDWATER PRESENTS The Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course The Remediation Course Princeton Groundwater, Inc. P.O. Box Tampa, Florida RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED June 3 - 7, Las Vegas, NV Next Courses The Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course March , San Francisco, CA The Remediation CourseFile Size: KB.

    Introduction to Pump & Treat Remediation | Environmental oil. Environmental Geology Spring Final Exam Study Guide – UPDATED June 7 Final – Tuesday J – 12 PM, NS The Final Exam will be in 2 parts. Part 1 is closed book with short answer and long answer essay questions. Part 2 involves the open book lab skills portion. You will be able to use your notes, conversion charts, answerFile Size: KB.


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A guide to pump and treat ground-water remediation technology Download PDF EPUB FB2

This guide presents decision makers with a foundation for evaluating the appropriateness of conventional or innovative approaches. An introduction to pump-and-treat ground-water remediation, the guide addresses the following questions: When is pump-and-treat an appropriate remediation approach.

What is. Pump and Treat Technology Goals: 1. Hydraulic containment of contaminated ground water Prevent contamination from spreading to uncontaminated areas 2.

Treatment of contaminated ground water Reduce concentrations in ground water to below cleanup standards (MCLs) Reference: U.S. EPA, Pump-and-Treat Ground-Water Remediation: A Guide for Decision. Guide to pump and treat ground-water remediation technology. Washington, D.C.: Technology Innovation Office, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, US EPA, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.

Conventional pump-and-treat systems extract relatively large volumes of water with relatively low contaminant concentrations.

Because of geologic complexity and slow rates of contaminant desorption and dissolution, these systems must displace many pore volumes of aquifer water to flush out contaminants, as explained in Chapter tional pump-and-treat systems thus are inherently.

EPA// Basics of Pump-and-Treat Ground-Water Remediation Technology James W. Mercer, David C. Skipp and Daniel Giffin Geo Trans, Inc.

A Exchange Place Herndon, Virginia Project Officer Randall R. Ross Extramural Activities and Assistance Division Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Office of Research and Development U.S. Environment. Remediation of BTEX contaminated groundwater: best technology assessment between pump&treat and bioremediation by oxygen Acque Sotterranee - Italian Journal of Groundwater ( This is referred to as conventional pump-and-treat (P&T) remediation.

An overview of pump-and-treat ground-water remediation technology is provided by Mercer et al. Between and72 percent (3 14) of all Superfund site Records of Decisions (RODs) addressing ground-water remediation specified P&T technology (Steimle, ).

However, using only pump-and-treat technology is not a cost-effective approach to aquifer remediation. Pump-and-treat may be more appropriate for containing plumes or for use in initial emergency response actions at sites and massive NAPL releases to groundwater.

USEPA //, An Introduction to the Technology of Subsurface Wastewater Injection. USEPA //, Handbook of Suggested Practices for the Design and Installation of Ground Water Monitoring Wells. USEPA //, Basics of Pump-and-Treat ground Water Remediation Technology.

USEPA //, This process is called pump-and-treat (Liu, ). As experience with these pump-and-treat systems accumulated, it became apparent that for many applications these systems were going to operate for a very long time, possibly decades or more, to approach the ground water standards for drinking water in the Safe Drinking Water Act by: 4.

Groundwater Remediation through Pump-Treat-Inject Technology Using Optimum Control by Artificial Intelligence (OCAI) Article in Water Resources Management 1(1) January with Reads.

This important book: Presents the current challenges of remediation practices Includes up-to-date information about the low-cost, risk-based, sustainable remediation practices, as well as institutional control and management Offers a balanced mix of the principles, practices, and sustainable concepts in soil and groundwater remediation Contains.

Managers of contaminated sites nationwide are increasingly relying on unenhanced natural processes, rather than solely on engineered technologies, to clean up groundwater and approach has been given various names, but the most common term now in use is “natural attenuation.” Natural attenuation currently is being used at tens of thousands of contaminated sites around the country.

USEPA //, An Introduction to the Technology of Subsurface Wastewater Injection. USEPA //, Handbook of Suggested Practices for the Design and Installation of Ground Water Monitoring Wells. USEPA //, Basics of Pump-and-Treat ground Water Remediation Technology. USEPA //, File Size: 5MB.

Filtration Materials for Groundwater: A Guide to Good Practice presents the up-to-date technology of purification of polluted ground water, its treatment for industrial and human needs and the remediation of polluted sites. The book examines: Types of pollutants in ground water including the main inorganic and organic pollutants and their.

Abstract. Contaminated sites can pose a significant risk to public health and the environment. Many different insitu or ex-situ remediation technologies have been developed throughout the years to mitigate the risk imposed by soil contamination.

These technologies may be contaminant and site by: Remediation activities aim to reduce or eliminate groundwater contaminants, and can include passive methods (e.g., monitored natural attenuation), ex-situ methods (e.g., pump-and-treat), or in-situ methods (e.g., bioremediation or chemical oxidation).

Most widely held works about Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory EPA's Center for Ground-Water Research: Robert S Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Basics of pump-and-treat ground-water remediation technology by James W Mercer. The environmental remediation market is expected to reach USD billion byat a CAGR of % between and The major reason for the growth of the environmental remediation technology is the increasing demand for environmental protection, growing pollution, stringent government regulations, and demand from various applications such as oil and gas, mining and.

To date, the use of traditional means of groundwater remediation of PFAS plumes has proven difficult. Because they are extremely robust compounds, remediation technologies such as in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) and various forms of bioremediation have been unable to address these contaminants.

The most prevalent method at this time is to use an ex situ pump and treat system with activated. In this method (ex situ), contaminated groundwater is extracted from subsoil by pumping, it needs to be properly treated before being discharged ().Therefore this method is called pump-and-treat.

This is the most common form of groundwater remediation. The treatment of contaminated water aboveground (ex situ) may employ various processes, such as air stripping, carbon adsorption, biological Author: Vicente de Oliveira Sousa Neto, Paulo de Tarso Cavalcante Freire, Ronaldo Ferreira do Nascimento.

Ground Water Contamination, Second Edition is a thorough update to the leading book on groundwater contamination and remediation for scientists and engineers.

Written from both a theoretical and practical viewpoint, this edition focuses on the critical new challenges facing professionals seeking to prevent, mitigate, or remediate groundwater problems -- especially today's highly-complex Price: $The first field-scale implementation of PRB was in Sunnyvale, California, at the site of a previously operating semi-conductor the time, the best available remediation technology was pump and treat presented a more cost-effective solution to the problem at hand, being able to passively remediate the groundwater.