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Evaluation of ground-water extraction remedies

Evaluation of ground-water extraction remedies

phase II.

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Published by Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Washington, D.C, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- United States.,
  • Extraction (Chemistry)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEvaluation of ground water extraction remedies.
    ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16387154M

    Groundwater Circulation Well Technology With the conventional "Pump & Treat" method, groundwater is normally extracted from one or several wells, cleaned above ground and disposed off to the either groundwater or surface water. A groundwater pumping scheme combined with a treatment procedure, also called a pump-and-treat system, is usually designed for a specific groundwater contamination problem. The use of pump-and-treat systems is probably more widespread and successful than all other restoration techniques combined.

    Evaluation of Ground Water Extraction Remedies (Vol. 1, Summary Report), NTIS: PB EPA, Evaluation of Ground Water Extraction Remedies (Vol. 2, Case Studies [Interim Final]), NTIS: PB EPA, Evaluation of Ground Water Extraction Remedies (Vol. 3, General Site Data, Data Base Reports [Interim Final]), NTIS: PB Abstract: Water below the land surface, both from unsaturated and saturated zones, is referred to as groundwater. This source is estimated to contain more than times that available from.

    Our Staff has Over 30 Years of Providing Results Oriented Soil and Groundwater Remediation to Our Clients. XDD Environmental is a consulting firm that focuses on the evaluation, design, and implementation of diverse environmental remediation technologies for soil and groundwater. In the work presented here, ground water model predictions were used to design an extraction/treatment/injection system at a military ammunition facility and .


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Evaluation of ground-water extraction remedies. Washington, DC: Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.

Environmental Protection Agency. Get this from a library. Evaluation of ground-water extraction remedies: Phase II. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response.;].

Evaluation of ground-water extraction remedies. Volume 3. General site data: Data base reports. Interim report (Final). INTRODUCTION This volume is the third of a three-volume report document- ing the results of an evaluation of ground-water extraction remedies at hazardous waste sites.

It consists of a collec- tion of data base reports presenting general information on sites where ground-water extraction systems are in vari- ous stages of planning or implementation.

The ground-water extraction systems were generally effective in maintaining hydraulic containment of contaminant plumes, thus preventing further migration of contaminants.

Even so, the design of successful containment systems requires careful study of site hydrogeology. EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE The long-term ground-water extraction and treatment system operated from May through October on an irregular basis as a result of start-up system testing and problems associ- ated with the recovery well controls.

Description: This volume is the third of a three-volume report documenting the results of an evaluation of ground-water extraction remedies at hazardous waste sites. It consists of a collection of data base reports presenting general information on sites where ground-water extraction systems are in various stages of planning or implementation.

The Thomas Solvent Raymond Road groundwater extraction sys-tem removes VOC-contaminated water from the aquifer in the vicinity of the TSRR facility. The system (see Figure 2) consists of nine groundwater extraction wells, associated instrumentation and controls, approximately 5, feet of extraction force main (EFM), and a carbon treatment system.

Groundwater Extraction Except in areas where groundwater comes naturally to the surface at a spring (a place where the water table intersects the ground surface), we have to construct wells in order to extract it.

If the water table is relatively close to the surface, a well can be dug by hand or with an excavator, but in most cases we need to use a drill to go down deep : Steven Earle.

This volume was prepared as part of an evaluation of groundwater extraction remedies completed under EPA Contract No. W It presents 19 case studies of individual sites where ground-water extraction systems have been implemented.

These case studies present site characteristics and discuss factors that have influenced the success of the remedial activities. However, based the remaining four wells were to be installed at approximately 65 to 70 feet (SSP&A, b).

The objectives of the ground-water extraction system are to contain the ground water south of the river and to stop, or at least limit, the baseflow of contaminated ground water to the river.

Field Evaluation of the Solvent Extraction Residual Biotreatment Technology. Environmental Science & Technology37 (21), DOI: / by: Conclusion 2: In the majority of cases studied (15 of the 24 sites), the ground water extraction systems were able to achieve hydraulic containment of the dissolved-phase contaminant plume.

Conclusion 3: Extraction systems were often able to remove a substantial mass of contamination from the aquifer. Perched-Water Evaluation for the Deep Vadose Zone Beneath the B, BX, and BY Tank Farms Area of the Hanford Site Technical Report. Perched-water conditions have been observed in the vadose zone above a fine-grained zone that is located a few meters above the water table within the B, BX, and BY Tank Farms area.

Urban Groundwater Extraction in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Master Thesis of P.E. Stek 2 Summary The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of groundwater extraction in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as a potential source of potable water.

Kuala Lumpur’s current water supply is provided by large reservoirs that are dependent on rainfall. Evaluation of leaching and extraction procedures for soil and waste Article in Waste Management 28(6) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Guidance for Design, Installation and Operation of Groundwater Extraction and Product Recovery Systems PUB-RR November (Reviewed August ) Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources P.O. BoxMadison, WIsearch “brownfield” Purpose:File Size: KB. make extraction or in situ treatment of contaminated ground water extremely difficult (Figure 1).

Contaminant-related factors, while not independent of hydrogeologic constraints, are more directly re­ lated to contaminant properties that may limit the success of an extraction or in situ treatment process. The groundwater extraction and treatment system was not operated during the reporting period.

Operation of the groundwater extraction and treatment system was discontinued in January in accordance with the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s approval letter dated January 9.

Suitability Evaluation of Groundwater for Irrigation, Drinking and Industrial Purposes of groundwater sources as irrigation, drinking and industrial purposes. Twenty eight groundwater samples. Evaluation of Ground-Water Extraction Remedies: Phase 2, Volume 1, Summary Report.

NTIS PB/XAB: Fifth Forum on Innovative Hazardous Waste Treatment Technologies: Domestic and International EPA//R/ Microfiltration Sorption Filtration Photochemical Oxidation.Angle Orthod appliance Arch Depth Maxillary Arch Perimeter Maxillary average bionator buccal groove canine Cetlin and St Cetlin sample Cetlin treatment Curve ofSpee dental arch dental cast variables dental crowding Dentofac discriminant analysis discriminant functions examined extraction F-Ratios facebow fiberotomy Figure Frankel gingival.A groundwater extraction and treatment system was installed in at the Des Moines TCE Superfund Site.

The purpose of the system is to prevent groundwater contaminated with chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from migrating toward an infiltration gallery system which supplies drinking water to the City of Des Moines, Iowa.

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