Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management IV by D. William Tedder, Frederick G. Pohland

By D. William Tedder, Frederick G. Pohland

content material: rising applied sciences for detrimental waste administration : an outline / D. William Tedder and Frederick G. Pohland --
Heterogeneity and vapor extraction functionality / Dwayne A. Chesnut --
Electrokinetic remediation of unsaturated soils / E.R. Lindgren, E.D. Mattson, and M.W. Kozak --
decision of bioavailability and biodegradation kinetics of phenol and alkylphenols in soil / Henry H. Tabak, Chao Gao, Lei Lai, Xuesheng Yan, Steven Pfanstiel, In S. Kim, and Rakesh Govind --
Mobilization of Bi, Cd, Pb, Th, and U ions from infected soil and the effect of micro organism at the technique / K.W. Tsang, P.R. Dugan, and R.M. Pfister --
man made intelligence method of synthesis of a method for waste minimization / T.F. Edgar and Y.L. Huang --
Crystallization of mechanical pulp mill effluents via hydrate formation for the restoration of water / Cathrine Gaarder, Yee Tak Ngan, and Peter Englezos --
Extraction of mercury from wastewater utilizing microemulsion liquid membranes : kinetics of extraction / Karen A. Larson and John M. Wiencek --
elimination of gas vapors from air streams via biofiltration / W.A. Apel, W.D. Kant, F.S. Colwell, B. Singleton, B.D. Lee, G.F. Andrews, A.M. Espinosa, and E.G. Johnson --
construction of low-SO₂-emitting, carbon-based fuels via coagglomeration of carbonaceous fabrics with sulfur sorbents / Abdul Majid, C.E. Capes, and Bryan D. Sparks --
removing of nonionic natural pollution from water by way of sorption to organo-oxides / Jae-Woo Park and Peter R. Jaffé --
Kinetic modeling of trichloroethylene and carbon tetrachloride elimination from water by means of electron-beam irradiation / L.A. Rosocha, D.A. Secker, and J.D. Smith --
Enhancement of pentachlorophenol biodegradation by way of Fenton's reagent partial oxidation / Judith Bower Carberry and Sang Ho Lee --
Oxidation of s-triazine insecticides / Cathleen J. Hapeman --
Cyclic fuel releases in Hanford web site nuclear waste tanks / D.A. Reynolds and H. Babad --
Mechanistic reports concerning the thermal chemistry of simulated nuclear wastes that mimic the contents of a Hanford website double-shell tank / E.C. Ashby, E. Kent Barefield, Charles L. Liotta, H.M. Neumann, Fabio Doctorovich, A. Konda, okay. Zhang, Jeff Hurley, David Boatright, Allen Annis, Gary Pansino, Myra Dawson, and Milene Juliao --
components affecting the speed of hydrolysis of phenylboronic acid in laboratory-scale precipitate reactor reviews / Christopher J. Bannochie, James C. Marek, Russell E. Eibling, and Mark A. Baich --
Sulfur polymer cement as a last waste shape for radioactive harmful wastes / G. Ross Darnell.

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The advantage of these dye visualization experiments is that the dye location can be monitored in situ by photography and no chemical analyses are required. Following each run the cell was dissected and analyzed for moisture content. The average moisture content across the cell was used to define the moisture content of the run. For the chromate run, after 2, 5 and 9 hours of operation, a 3 cm high horizontal strip (20%) of the soil was removed (refer to Figure 4) and sectioned into 10 to 12 samples for analysis.

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This represents a 200% increase in the amount of contaminant removed for the same operating period. It is worth noting that at least the qualitative effects of heterogeneity are captured by this simple model, in that very longtimeperiods will be required to achieve regulatory compliance through continued extraction and air injection. Table Π shows this dramatically, with the predicted percentage of mass recovered (according to the model) increasing very slowly with continued operating time. Concentrations of contaminants in the extracted air are predicted to decrease very slowly, with more than 100 years required to reduce TCE to less than 10 parts per billion in the vapor.

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