It's a Bug's Life — Enhanced In-Situ Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwater

Impact of Scaling Rule on Simulating the Transport of DNAPLs
Due to the pollutants from lots of industry sewage and organic solvents, they arelow solubility in water and hard to decompose in nature, didn.t treated adequately, itwill cause the ground...

Successful Urban Rock Tunneling in Spite of Encountering Gasoline, Cleaning Solvents, and Methane Gas

Rapid and Complete Transformation of Chlorinated Solvents with Nanoscale Iron (Fe) and Iron/Palladium (Fe/Pd) Particles in Sediment-Water Slurries

Methods for Determining NAPL Source Zone Remediation Efficiency of In-Situ Flushing Technologies

Recover Inorganic Solids from Obsolete Propellants
A feasible process was developed to recover inorganic solids (energetics and metallic fuel) from obsolete polyurethane-based propellants in order to solve their associated long-term disposal...

When Toxics Meet Metal
Zero-valent iron is an emerging remediation technology that transforms chlorinated solvents to harmless substances. Engineers and researchers have been studying the process for about five...

Field-Scale Application of In-Situ Cosolvent Flushing: Evaluation Approach

Numerical Simulation of DNAPL Emplacement and Redistribution in Heterogeneous Porous Media at the M Area of the Savannah River Site

Soil Treatment Using Photolytic Solvent Recycle

Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvents and Diesel Soils

Strategies for Control and Remediation of Solvent Pollution from the Dry Cleaning Industry

The Boom in In Situ Bioremediation
In situ bioremediation was first applied in 1972 when a subsurface release of high-octane gasoline threatened the water supply of a small town in Pennsylvania. Soluble inorganic nutrients...

Treatment of Oil in Water Emulsions by Ceramic-Supported Polymeric Membranes
A novel membrane was developed by growing polymer chains from the surface of a porous ceramic support, resulting in a composite membrane which combines the mechanical properties of the...

Utilization of Waste Solvent Fuels in Cement Manufacturing

Development of a Protocol to Evaluate Volatility and Biodegradability Characteristics of Turpene-Based Solvent Substitutes

Adhesives and Structural Plastics
An overview of some primary considerations for the use of adhesives and their advantages in connection of structural plastics is presented. Effective joint geometries, surface preparations,...

Minimization of Hazardous Waste Generation: Preliminary Investigation of Waste Management Properties of a Solvent Substitute for TCE
The objective of this study was to conduct a preliminary evaluation of waste management properties of a terpene-based solvent substitute. Waste management properties which were evaluated...

Redevelopment of Remediated Superfund Sites: Problems with Current Approaches in Providing Long-Term Public Health Protection
The normal primary objective of Superfund site remediation is the control of hazardous chemicals so that they do not represent a significant threat to public health and the environment...

Biofilm Reactors for Treatment of Gas Streams Containing Chlorinated Solvents

 

 

 

 

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