By D. William Tedder, Frederick G. Pohland
content material: rising applied sciences for damaging waste administration : an summary / 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 --
choice 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 impact of micro organism at the method / K.W. Tsang, P.R. Dugan, and R.M. Pfister --
synthetic intelligence method of synthesis of a approach 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 --
removing of fuel 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 --
creation of low-SO₂-emitting, carbon-based fuels via coagglomeration of carbonaceous fabrics with sulfur sorbents / Abdul Majid, C.E. Capes, and Bryan D. Sparks --
elimination of nonionic natural toxins 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 via 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 gasoline releases in Hanford website nuclear waste tanks / D.A. Reynolds and H. Babad --
Mechanistic experiences with regards to 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 --
elements affecting the speed of hydrolysis of phenylboronic acid in laboratory-scale precipitate reactor reports / Christopher J. Bannochie, James C. Marek, Russell E. Eibling, and Mark A. Baich --
Sulfur polymer cement as a last waste shape for radioactive unsafe wastes / G. Ross Darnell.
Read or Download Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management IV PDF
Similar waste management books
Applies unique wisdom towards the layout and development of underground civil works tasks. Develops serious talents for coping with threat and designing trustworthy gasoline keep watch over measures inside of undertaking time and value constraints.
Tailings and Mine Waste ’08 includes papers from the 12th annual Tailings and Mine Waste convention, held by means of Colorado kingdom college of castle Collins, Colorado. the aim of this sequence of meetings is to supply a discussion board for dialogue and institution of debate between everybody within the mining and environmental group concerning tailings and mine waste.
A delicately selected and edited choice of 23 papers from the Ecotextile 2004 convention held on the college of Bolton, this publication explores recycling and use of waste as uncooked fabrics in such components as garments and carpet manufacture. The papers speak about sustainability and eco-design with themes on better layout, use of sustainable fibers, and production strategies.
Extra resources for Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management IV
It was assumed that all of the moisture content change was due to electroosmotic flow. This assumption implies the rate of hydrolysis of water at the electrodes and the counter unsaturated counter flow are negligible. These assumptions are supported by complete recovery of water for thefirst9 hours of the run and 97% recovery of water after 22 hours. It is unlikely that any significant unsaturated hydraulic flow occurred due to the low unsaturated hydraulic conductivity and pressure head gradients.
Figure 11. Residual PCE concentrations compared to model calculations with parameters chosen tofitthe residual data. The parameter values are shown in Table I. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1994. ch002 2. timefor each set of parameters for each contaminant, and the resulting pairs of concentration values for TCE and PCE were added together at each time to produce total concentration vs. time curves for each contaminant The results are shown and compared withfielddata in Fig 12.
S. Department of Energy contract number W-7405-ENG-48. Literature Cited 1. Chesnut, D. ; and Lasaki, G. " 2. A. Proceedings, Third International High-Level Radioactive Waste 3. ; Pruess, Karsten; and Chesnut, Dwayne A. Proceedings, AIChE Summer National Meeting, Advances in Soil Venting, Session 54; 4. M. III. Well 5. Tests, WSRC-RP-89-784; Westinghouse Savannah River Company: Savannah River Site, Aiken, SC; 1989. M. L. Completion Report on Installation of Horizontal Wells for In Situ Remediation Horizontal Wells for In-Situ Remediation of Groundwater and Soils; 6.
Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management IV by D. William Tedder, Frederick G. Pohland