Abstracts of remediation case studies

by Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (U.S.)

Publisher: United States Environmental Protection Agency in [Washington, DC]

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  • Hazardous waste site remediation,
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    Statementprepared by Member Agencies of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable
    ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD1030 .F43 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 99 p. ;
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26741077M
    OCLC/WorldCa32536455

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  The assessment, remediation, and redevelopment of manufactured gas plant (MGP) sites pose a significant technical and financial challenge to successor property owners, including municipalities and other public entities undertaking brownfields revitalization, and to their consulting environmental engineers. Due to the toxicity of many coal tar constituents, sites contaminated as a .   Stanford Case Studies - A searchable database of MBA case studies from Stanford's Graduate School of Business. Babson College Case Studies - A large collection of business case studies from the Babson faculty. IMD Case Studies - 50 years of case studies . This book introduces an archaeological approach to the study of media - one that sifts through the evidence to learn how media were written about, used, designed, preserved, and sometimes discarded. Edited by Erkki Huhtamo and Jussi Parikka, with contributions from internationally prominent scholars from Europe, North America, and Japan, the essays help us understand how the media that predate. record and how to record it on your cancer registry abstract. When you finish Book 5, you should have an understanding of the usual methods and procedures used to diagnose cancer as well as an understanding of precisely what should be recorded on your registry abstract. Section B is concerned with the composition and organization of a medical.

Abstract (Background statement) A review of groundwater remediation in use today shows that new techniques are required that solve the problems of pump and treat, containment and in-situ treatment. (Narrowing statement) One such technique is the method that involves the use of . In this study, the application mode and evaluation methods of green and sustainable remediation (GSR) were investigated in a soil remediation project. On-site equipment, materials, and energy usage were recorded, and environmental footprints were calculated using qualitative and semiquantitative methods. Life-Cycle Case Study Comparison of Permeable Reactive Barrier versus Pump-and-Treat Remediation Synopsis Reactive medium and longevity control the life-cycle impacts of a zerovalent iron permeable reactive barrier, and determine the environmentally preferable . Among several innovations, for the definition of reference values for evaluation and remediation of soil, natural background values can be used instead of those adopted from the Ontario Standards (MOE, ) for the most common contaminants, if duly justified and accepted by .

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Abstracts of Remediation Case Studies, Volume This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing nine new FRTR cost and performance case studies documenting the results and lessons learned from site remediation technology applications.

The abstracts are organized by technology, and cover a variety of in situ treatment technologies and some containment remedies. Case studies Abstracts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (U.S.) Abstracts of remediation case studies.

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Abstracts of Remediation Case Studies, Volume 1 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 document the results and lessons learned from early technology applications.

This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing 19 case studies of site remediation applications prepared primarily by federal agencies. The case studies, collected under the auspices of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR), were undertaken to document the results and lessons learned from technology applications.

This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing 39 case studies of site remediation applications prepared primarily by federal agencies. The case studies, collected under the auspices of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR), were undertaken to document the results and lessons learned from technology applications.

This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing 19 new case studies of site remediation applications prepared primarily by federal agencies. The case studies, collected under the auspices of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (Roundtable), were undertaken to document the results and lessons learned from technology applications.

Remediation Case Studies, Volumesand Abstracts, Volumeswere published previously, and contain projects, and are also available on the CD-ROM. Abstracts, Volume 4, covers a wide variety of technologies, including full-scale remediations and large-scale field demonstrations of soil and.

This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing 78 case studies of site remediation applications prepared by federal agencies. The case studies, collected under the auspices of the Federal Abstracts of remediation case studies book Technologies Roundtable, were undertaken to document the results and lessons learned from technology applications.

This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing 13 new case studies of site remediation applications prepared primarily by federal agencies.

The case studies, collected under the auspices of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (Roundtable), were undertaken to document the results and lessons learned from technology applications.

This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing 10 new case studies of site remediation applications prepared primarily by federal agencies. The case studies, collected under the auspices of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (Roundtable), were undertaken to document the results and lessons learned from technology applications.

Summary of Remediation Case Studies: Thermal Desorption, Soil Washing, and In Situ Vitrification. These tables include information on technology used, contaminants and media treated, and project duration.

The tables also note highlights of the technology applications. FOREWORD. This report is a collection of abstracts summarizing 39 case studies of site remediation applications prepared primarily by federal agencies.

The case studies, collected under the auspices of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (Roundtable), were undertaken to document the results and lessons learned from technology applications. Abstract This paper discusses the case history of mitigating karst conditions during construction of a bridge foundation in central Florida.

The installation of a test pile triggered the initial sinkhole and subsequent operations such as drilling test borings and grout injection triggered additional sinkholes. Abstract. Sponsored by the Remediation Technologies for Soils and Groundwater Task Committee of the Environmental Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE.

and case studies, this book has a simple-to-follow writing style that makes it appropriate for use as a classroom text as well as a reference for practitioners. Abstract. This paper studies the reinforcement of very thick compressible soils by floating columns.

Analysis is made on the basis of very recent methodology of design that combines the verifications of bearing capacity and settlement to provide the optimized improvement area ratio (IAR).

In this book, each case-history provides an overview. This book is designed for undergraduate and graduate courses and can be used as a handbook for researchers, policy makers, and local governmental institutes. Soil and Groundwater Remediation Technologies: A Practical Guide is written by a team of leading global experts in the field.

A Case Study of Reading Diagnosis, Instruction and Remediation A CASE STUDY OF READING DIAGNOSIS, INSTRUCTION AND REMEDIATION. Definition and Purpose of Abstracts An abstract is a short summary of your (published or unpublished) research paper, usually about a paragraph (c.

sentences, words) long. A well-written abstract serves multiple purposes: an abstract lets readers get the gist or essence of your paper or article quickly, in order to decide whether to.

The study identified a core set of 16 norms and 18 rules (sanctions) used by participants to implement sustainable remediation at the sites. The study also found strong interdependence between the norms and rules (sanctions) within the remediation processes at the sites and the normative principles operating within the broader domain of.

Remediation Case Studies, Volumesand Abstracts, Volume 3, were published in September Abstracts, Volume 3, covers a wide variety of technologies, including full- scale remediations and large-scale field demonstrations of soil and groundwater treatment technologies. CASE REPORT Abstract Format Title – The title is a summary of the abstract itself and should convince the reader that the topic is important, relevant, and innovative.

Authors – Include name, degree and institutional authors included should be those who contribute significantly to the intellectual content of the case. Remediation in Rock Masses describes the problems of and presents solutions to the complicated issue of contaminated rock site remediation.

With theoretical analyses, case studies, and recommendations by prominent individuals in the field, this book presents a comprehensive overview of modeling, site characterization, and remediation techniques.

Remediation Journal. Volume 5, Issue 4. Feature. Case study: Using soil washing/leaching for the removal of heavy metal at the twin cities army ammunition plant. William E. Fristad. William E. Fristad is Director of TERRAMET® Technology for COGNIS, Inc., of Santa Rosa, California. Over the past four years be has been responsible for.

Whenever you decide to write it, your abstract should be a succinct statement that gives the reader context. Most journal author guidelines set a maximum of words, including keywords and article classification. The following points should always be featured: Purpose: This is where you explain ‘why’ you undertook this study.

The case-study approach is typically used for idiographic research, which means it focuses on atypical circumstances and distinctive outcomes as a subjective phenomenon. Soil contamination represents a serious environmental problem and requires an immediate action plan to be prepared for typical and emergent contaminants.

This book provides an overview of some remediation technologies, both traditional and emergent, as well as case studies based on the contribution from academia and service providers. Several soil. Asphaltene Deposition book.

Fundamentals, Prediction, Prevention, and Remediation and Remediation explains techniques for experimental determination of asphaltene precipitation and deposition and different modeling tools available to forecast the occurrence and magnitude of asphaltene deposition in a given oil field.

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Open PDF. Insurance and Banking Sector MasterCard. Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable Annual Summary of Activities: August (EPAF) This fact sheet, produced by the FRTR, summarizes activities of member agencies remediation programs and describes recently published cost and performance case studies and reports.

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Case reports represent the oldest and most familiar form of medical communication. Far from a "second-class" publication, many original observations are first presented as case reports.

Like scientific abstracts, the case report abstract is governed by rules that dictate its format and length.Abstract. The remediation of acid mine drainage (AMD) in terms of effluents/dumps treatment can be highly complicated due to several factors to be considered such as, but not limited to, its composition.

Chapter 31 - Mine Waste Remediation—United States Case Studies. The book offers cost-effective strategies and approaches for.Abstract. Even minute changes in the water characteristics that form its quality can jeopardize lives and industries that depend on water.

To preserve its quality, accurate monitoring of water parameters such as conductivity, pH, salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen and turbidity is crucial.