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Air sparging for site remediation

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Published by Lewis Publishers in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Air sparging -- Congresses.,
  • In situ bioremediation -- Congresses.,
  • Soil remediation -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Robert E. Hinchee.
    ContributionsHinchee, Robert E., International Symposium on In Situ and On-Site Bioreclamation (2nd : 1993 : San Diego, Calif.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD458 .A36 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 142 p. :
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1438069M
    ISBN 101566700841
    LC Control Number93051501

    @article{osti_, title = {Biosparging used in aquifer remediation}, author = {Weymann, D F}, abstractNote = {Air sparging is a popular technology for remediating hydrocarbon-contaminated sites. However, the effectiveness of a sparging system depends on data collected from a well-designed pilot test. There are few established protocols for conducting reliable pilot tests. INNOVATIVE SITE REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGY: DESIGN AND APPLICATION VAPOR EXTRACTION and AIR SPARGING One of a Seven-Volume Series Prepared by WASTECH®, a multiorganization cooperative project managed by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers® with grant assistance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of .

    Air is injected (horizontally and vertically) in channels through the contaminated soil, creating an 'underground stripper' that volatises contaminants for their removal.. The process applies to contaminated saturated areas (below the water table) and is commonly used to volatilise NAPLs.; The injected air helps to flush (bubble) the contaminants up into the unsaturated zone to be removed by SVE.   In-situ air sparging (IAS) is a rapidly emerging remediation technology for treatment of contaminants in saturated zone soils and groundwater. Injection below the water table of air, pure oxygen, or other gases may result in removal of contaminants by volatilization or bioremediation.

    Paradigm at a number of existing air sparging sites and determine whether the Design Paradigm was effective at evaluating air distribution and whether other design guidelines were valid. The goal of the project was to modify the Air Sparging Design Paradigm as necessary based on results obtained from the 10 field Size: 1MB. This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing 37 case studies of site remediation projects prepared by Federal agencies. The case studies were undertaken to efforts utilized air sparging. One report in this volume describes a project that used in situ Hill Air Force Base, Site , UT (Bioventing Spill (JP-4 fuel) Soil (5, yd.


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Air sparging for site remediation Download PDF EPUB FB2

Air Sparging for Site Remediation presents an overview of air sparging in general and detailed information on particular air sparging technologies and their applications.

The book examines the application of the technology to a variety of contaminants, including hydrocarbons, pesticides, nitrates, and chlorinated : $ Air Sparging for Site Remediation presents an overview of air sparging in general and detailed information on particular air sparging technologies and their applications.

The book examines the application of the technology to a variety of contaminants, including hydrocarbons, pesticides, nitrates, and chlorinated hydrocarbons. Air Sparging for Site Remediation presents an overview of air sparging in general & detailed information on particular air sparging technologies & their applications.

The book examines the application of the technology to a variety of contaminants, including hydrocarbons, pesticides, nitrates, &. Air sparging has emerged as an alternative for treating this problem. This book presents an overview of air sparging in general and information on particular air sparging technologies and their applications.

The articles in the present volume discuss the use of air sparging, bioventing, and other aeration processes to remediate hydrocarbon-contaminated soils and groundwater. The technologies reported include those in practice as well as those only beginning to : Hardcover.

Air sparging is an in situ groundwater remediation technology that involves the injection of a gas (usually air/oxygen) under pressure into a well installed into the saturated zone.

Air Sparging for Site Remediation presents an overview of air sparging in general and detailed information on particular air sparging technologies and their applications.

The book examines the application of the technology to a variety of contaminants, including hydrocarbons, pesticides, nitrates, and chlorinated : Battelle Memorial In.

Air sparging. In situ air sparging has been used for the past 15 years for the remediation of VOCs dissolved in groundwater, sorbed to the saturated zone soils, and trapped in the pores of the saturated zone (Suthersan,Benner et al.,Adams and Reddy, ).Cited by: The author incorporates important design calculations for commonly used in situ and ex situ soil and groundwater remediation technologies, such as soil venting, air sparging, air stripping, bioremediation, and chemical oxidation, and off-gas treatment technologies.

He also presents design calculations for capture zone and optimal well spacing. Air sparging (AS) is an in situ remedial technology that reduces concentrations of volatile constituents in petroleum products that are adsorbed to soils and dissolved in groundwater.

Learn how benzene contamination in groundwater, caused by spills of gasoline, was removed using a remediation technology referred to as "air sparging". This animation was created by Jim Depa of St. and included 74 air sparging wells, 34 extraction wells, and four treatment buildings.

The off-gases are piped to an air-water separator, followed by containers of activated carbon for treatment. By1, pounds of PCE had been removed and PCE concentra- tions had. In-situ Air Sparging - Engineering and Design This manual provides practical guidance for evaluation of the feasibility of in-situ air sparing (IAS) for remediation of contaminated groundwater and soil and describes design and operational considerations for IAS systems.

PRM Air Sparge Systems PRM has manufactured Air Sparging systems for the remediation of soil and groundwater for over 25 years. These systems can be used for petroleum and chlorinated contamination removal.

Air sparging is generally more effective in sandy-silty soils. Overview of chosen techniques and methods for soils Air sparging remediation h as important factors which can The book's holistic approach and narrative style are complemented by numerous.

Air sparging provides oxygen for aerobic microbial degradation of contaminants, which can be utilized in the later stages of remediation. The main components of a standard air sparging system consist of air injection or sparge wells, air compressors, or blowers to supply the injection air, and monitoring sensors and equipment.

Figure Typical Air Sparging System Air sparging is an in situ technology in which air is injected through a contaminated aquifer. Injected air traverses horizontally and vertically in channels through the soil column, creating an underground stripper that removes contaminants by volatilization.

Air sparging field scale tests were conducted to assess the feasibility of this remediation alternative at several sites. Tests included sites with typical air sparge completions with the screened interval placed approximately 10 to 15 feet below the water table and sites with the screened interval only several feet below the ground water table.

Air sparging is less applicable to diesel fuel and kerosene. Appropriate use of air sparging may require that it be combined with other remedial methods (e.g., SVE or pump-and-treat). An air sparging system can use either vertical or horizontal orientated sparge wells based on site-specific needs and conditions.

In air sparging, air is pumped into the groundwater to aerate the water. Most often, a soil venting system is combined with an air sparging system for vapor extraction. Hazardous wastes treated where they are found without first removing them is known as in situ remediation.

Green Remediation Best Management Practices: Soil Vapor Extraction & Air Sparging The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Principles for Greener Cleanups outlines the Agency's policy for evaluating and minimizing the environmental 'footprint' of activities undertaken when cleaning up a contaminated site.

As demand continues for cleanup of hazardous sites, and new opportunities and funds become available for development of brownfields and similar projects, owners are seeking better methods for early identification and management of remediation costs.

Suitable cost estimating methods, as presented for this book, are essential to achieving savings as high as 75% of total project : Rsmeans.Air sparging (AS) and soil vapor extraction (SVE) are mature in-situ remediation processes that can be effective at removing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from impacted media in both .