4 edition of Surfactant-enhanced subsurface remediation found in the catalog.
|Statement||David A. Sabatini, editor, Robert C. Knox, editor, Jeffrey H. Harwell, editor.|
|Series||ACS symposium series,, 594|
|Contributions||Sabatini, David A., 1957-, Knox, Robert C., Harwell, Jeffrey H., 1952-, American Chemical Society. Division of Environmental Chemistry., American Chemical Society. Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry., American Chemical Society. Meeting|
|LC Classifications||TD878 .S85 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 300 p. :|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||95015245|
This study evaluates surfactant-enhanced electrokinetic remediation under heterogeneous soil conditions. A series of bench-scale experiments was conducted using two soils (sand and kaolin) spiked with a representative PAH compound (phenanthrene) in a two-dimensional electrokinetic test apparatus under various layered, lens, or mixed soil. implementation of surfactant-enhanced subsurface remediation, but is also imperative to minimizing subsurface losses and improving the economics of implementing the technology. This will be further discussed in a later section focusing on economic considerations.
Surfactant Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR), in its most basic form, could thus be considered a chemical enhancement to pump and treat. A chemical solution is pumped across a contaminated zone by introduction at an injection point and removal from an extraction point. Surfactant Enhanced Subsurface Remediation for Source Zone Removal Surbec Environmental Norman, Oklahoma. Surfactant Flushing Developing Real Solutions Through Technology Bioremediation Source Removal Dilute Plume Polishing Chemical Oxidation. .
The U.S. Navy is conducting a pilot-scale surfactant enhanced subsurface remediation (SESR) project at Alameda Point (former Naval Air Station) located in Alameda, CA. The SESR system is designed to remove trapped dense non-aqueous phase liquids (DNAPL), primarily consisting of trichloroethane. Many of the emerging technologies presented in this book will form the basis of standard remediation practices of the future. Physicochemical Groundwater Remediation presents detailed information on multiple emerging technologies for the remediation of the contaminated subsurface environment. All of these technologies apply our knowledge of physical and chemical processes to Manufacturer: Springer.
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Surfactant-Enhanced Subsurface Remediation: Emerging Technologies (ACS Symposium Series (No. Surfactant Selection for Optimizing Surfactant-Enhanced Subsurface Remediation Bor-Jier Shiau, Joseph D.
Rouse, David A. Sabatini, and Jeffrey H. Harwell Chapter 6, pp This work provides full coverage of surfactant-based remediation technologies, in which there is a domestic and international interest.
It includes contributions from academic and industrial researchers and regulatory personnel. It also summarizes the technical, economic and sociopolitical issues. RETURN TO BOOK PREV Chapter NEXT.
Surfactant Selection for Optimizing Surfactant-Enhanced Subsurface Remediation. Bor-Jier Shiau. Bor-Jier Shiau. School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK More by Bor-Jier Shiau. Joseph D. Rouse. BT Nivas, DA Sabatini, B-J Shiau, and JH Harwell, Surfactant enhanced remediation of subsurface chromium contamination: Water Research [WATER RES.], vol.
30, no. 3, pp. Successful implementation of surfactant enhanced subsurface remediation requires careful consideration of fundamental surfactant properties. The economic viability of this technology requires targeting the residual contamination, minimizing surfactant losses, and recovery and reuse of the surfactant.
Surfactant-Enhanced Remediation Surfactants, or surface-active agents, are chemical compounds that have the potential to alter the properties of fluid interfaces.
Surfactant usage dates back to the s when sulfonate surfactants attained widespread use for enhanced oil recovery efforts. Use in environmental applications dates to the s. Surfactant Enhanced Product Recovery EthicalChem’s Surfactant Enhanced Product Recovery (SEPR™) is an innovative, green chemistry technology for remediation of non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPL) in subsurface soils.
Surfactant Enhanced Remediation Technologies A division of Ethical Solutions LLC Dan Socci, CEO (Surfactant-enhanced In Situ Chemical Oxidation) Field Proven Technologies • Generates subsurface pressure waves that open soil pore spaces.
The Surfactant enhanced remediation of cadmium contaminated soils addition of EDTA can significantly enhance the removal of heavy metals and the extraction efficiency increased with an increasing concentration.
However, the extent of desorption differed among the heavy metals. Better desorption efficiency was found for cadmium and least for zinc. Synopsis Provides a timely and thorough review of surfactant-based remediation technologies. Covers fundamental mechanistic studies to scale-up and process modelling and full-scale field implementation studies.
Summarizes the technical, economic, and sociopolitical issues affecting widespread implementation of these : Hardcover. Krebbs-Yuill et al. () demonstrated that surfactant-enhanced subsurface remediation is economically competitive when surfactant losses are minimized, surfactant extraction efficiency is maximized, and surfactant regeneration and reuse are implemented.
Surfactant Enhanced Subsurface Remediation. with Surfactant Micelles. Surfactants have recently been studied by several investigators for. their ability to act as soil-washing agents and as. Request PDF | Surfactant selection criteria for enhanced subsurface remediation: Laboratory and field observations | Traditional approaches to ground water remediation have proven ineffective.
Pennell KD. Surfactant enhanced aquifer remediation. Presentation at Vivendia Europea Academie des Sciences, Environmental European Forum of Young Researchers, Strasbourg, France, August(invited). R (Final) not available: Presentation: Pennell KD. The use of surfactants to enhance subsurface remediation technologies.
Surfactant-enhanced technologies for subsurface environmental restoration: the influence of soil textural variations on system performance. Presented at the 5th International Symposium, Chemistry Forum '99, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland, April R ().
A demonstration of Surfactant-Enhanced Aquifer Remediation (SEAR) was conducted from April to August at S at the location of the central dry-cleaning facility (Building 25), Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Lejeune, NC. The demonstration included recovery and recycling of surfactant for reinjection during the surfactant flood.
Surfactant enhanced subsurface remediation is being evaluated as an innovative technology to expedite contaminant extraction from the subsurface. Regulatory approval of this technology will likely be enhanced by use of surfactants with FDA direct food additive status (edible'' surfactants).
SURFAC ® is EcoVac Services’ patented process combining the elements of dual/multi phase extraction (DPE/MPE) with surfactant injection. Nick Athens, co-owner of EcoVac Services, building upon the Enhanced Fluid Recovery (EFR ®) technology invented and developed by co-owner David M.
Goodrich, developed a patent relating surfactant enhanced aquifer remediation with DPE/MPE. Taylor T.P., Pennell K.D. () Effects of Cosolvent Addition on Surfactant Enhanced Recovery of Tetrachloroethene (PCE) from a Heterogeneous Porous Medium.
In: Smith J.A., Burns S.E. (eds) Physicochemical Groundwater Remediation. of remediation of contaminated soils and groundwater.
EPA’s Technology Innovation Office (TIO) provided a grant through the National Network for Environmental Management Studies (NNEMS) to prepare a technology assessment report on subsurface barrier technologies that prevent the migration of contaminated material.Surfactant enhanced remediation of soil columns contaminated by residual tetrachloroethylene Kurt D.
Pennell a'*, Minquan Jin b, Linda M. Abriola a, Gary A. Pope b =Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, M!USA bDepurtment of .Surfactant-Enhanced Subsurface Remediation Emerging Technologies, ACS Symposium Series (Book ), Edited by David A.
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