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TYPES OF SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH ORGANIC COMPOUNDS The classification is set out in the Victorian Government Gazette No. G44 (published 31 October 2002) and is summarised in Table 1 below. There are various technologies that can treat the classified soils, thereby facilitating their safe

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Sep 23, 2002· Knowing the boiling point of a petroleum compound helps when determining the appropriate method for removing the compound from contaminated soil. For example, technologies that depend on volatilizing the contaminant are most effective on …

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Contaminated soil remediation can either be carried out on-site, or it can be taken off-site for treatment. Generally on construction projects, material is removed offsite for remediation as it is surplus to requirements. If materials are transported off-site, they must be transported in appropriate vehicles that have been specially licensed to ...

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This study assessed the effectiveness of limestone-montmorillonite-rapeseed residue-Si fertilizer compound amendment on the bioavailability and crop uptake of cadmium (Cd) and enzyme activities in acidic paddy soils. Applying the compound amendment at ratios of 1%-3% increased soil pH by 0.1-1.9 units, decreased leaching ratios of soil Cd 4.0% ...

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Dec 01, 1991· Journal of Hazardous Materials, 29 (1992) 3 i5 3 Elsevier Science Publishers WV., Amsterdam Volatile organic compounds in contaminated soils: The nature and validity of the measurement process* Robert L. Siegrist Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831 -6038 (USA) Abstract A wide variety of volatile …

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268 Contaminated Soils- Remediation phytovolatilization (Rugh et al., 1996; Heaton et al., 1998; Rugh et al., 1998; Bizily et al., 1999).On the other hand, there have been no efforts to genetically engineer plants that volatilize As. The most efficacious remediation of arsenic has been suggested where plants extract arsenic from soil and

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Jul 01, 1993· OSTI.GOV Journal Article: Initial-phase optimization for bioremediation of munition compound-contaminated soils

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A wide variety of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as toluene and trichloroethene routinely appear as principal pollutants in contaminated sites. As part of the site assessment and environmental restoration process, quantitative determination of soil VOCs is required.

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soils of a site and isolate the contaminated soils from human exposure and the environment. The design of the cap should consider the following factors: • Stability of the contaminated soil ... transform the toxic component to a new non-toxic compound or substance." (U.S. EPA, PB92-963351, June 1990). 3 . Contaminated Soils Forum June 7 ...

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1. Exempt soil management. Contaminated soil excavated as part of a response action conducted under ch. 292, Wis. Stats., and chs. NR 700 to 799, Wis. Admin. Code, may qualify to be managed as "exempt soil" if the contaminants it contains meet certain criteria.

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Both soluble and insoluble phosphate compounds were tested for Pb immobilization, and its subsequent mobility and bioavailability in a contaminated soil from a shooting range. Adding tricalcium phosphate, hydroxyapatite, rock phosphate and potassium dihydrogen phosphate reduced the concentration of ammonium-nitrate- extractable Pb in the ...

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Aug 10, 2021· Although the diesel sources presented at least four common FAME compounds, only three compounds were successfully detected in the extracts of …

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We examined the bioremediation of soils contaminated with the munition compounds 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT), hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine, and octahydro-1,3,5,7-tetranitro-1,3,5,7-tetraazocine by a procedure that produced anaerobic conditions in the soils and promoted the biodegradation of nitroaromatic contaminants.

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Oct 21, 2010· With respect to petroleum-contaminated soil, the primary compound of concern is benzene. If the benzene concentration in a TCLP extract is equal to or greater than 500 ppb, the contaminated material is a characteristic hazardous waste. For gasoline contaminated soil, toxicity for lead must also be evaluated.

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The Soil Screening Guidance is an EPA tool for the standardization of the step-by-step evaluation and clean-up of contaminated soils destined to possible residential use of land. In the following, main techniques for soil remediation will be presented focusing …

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management of contaminated soils, which contain the following types of organic compounds: • total petroleum hydrocarbons • monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons • organochlorine compounds • polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. This contaminated soil has the potential for reuse, recycling, recovery of energy or treatment; however,

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Soils become contaminated when harmful chemicals accumulate on a piece of land. Typically due to previous industrial or agricultural activities, it reaches a point where the soil becomes or has the potential to become dangerous to people or other organisms in the surrounding natural environment.

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Of course, most soil is perfectly safe for play, gardening, and recreation, but it's best to be safe. Common contaminants in urban soils include pesticides, petroleum products, radon, asbestos, lead, chromated copper arsenate and creosote. In urban areas, soil contamination is largely caused by human activities.

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Soil can be contaminated by many different human activities when hazardous substances are not used, stored or disposed of safely. Instances of soil contamination are highest in urban areas and former industrial sites, where manufacturing, industrial dumping, land development, waste disposal, and excessive pesticide or fertilizer use could potentially occur.

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Fine textured soils are slow to drain from water-saturated soil conditions, thus preventing oxygen from reaching soil microbes throughout the contaminated area (US EPA, 2006, "Bioventing"). Bioventing is well-suited for well-drained, medium, and coarse-textured soils.

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Sep 15, 2021· An in situ chemical oxidation — or ISCO — compound is injected into the soil to oxidize harmful materials within the soil. With the right tools, the ISCO compound can be deployed through layers of non-contaminated soil or even in and around the foundations of buildings and other structures.

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(B) Spray VOC-contaminated soil stockpiles with water and/or approved vapor suppressant and cover them with plastic sheeting for all periods of inactivity lasting more than one hour. (C) Conduct a daily visual inspection of all covered VOC contaminated soil stockpiles to ensure the integrity of the plastic covered surfaces.

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Jul 23, 2018· Moreover, a precise determination of hydrocarbon compounds in contaminated soil is hugely dependent on using a careful soil sampling procedure and also an efficient analytical method (Loehr and Higgins 1965). Due to the importance of primary analyses of hydrocarbon-contaminated soils in assessing the induced changes in soil properties and also ...

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Arsenic, lead, and zinc compounds in contaminated soils according to EXAFS spectroscopic data: A review Yu. N. Vodyanitskii 1 Eurasian Soil Science volume 39, pages 611–621 ( 2006 ) Cite this article

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Mar 02, 2021· 3. Phytoremediation of Hg-Contaminated Soils. Over 3000 Hg polluted sites exist worldwide [] and often mercury contamination extends up to 50 km from the industrial hot spot [35,36,37,38,39,40].Moreover, high Hg mobility in the atmosphere facilitates its transport to agricultural lands, leading to it being deposited on formerly uncontaminated areas.

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Soils contaminated with moderate concentrations of total petroleum hydrocarbons and associated contaminants, such as volatile organic compounds, semi-volatile organic compounds, organochlorine

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Feb 01, 2021· We examined the bioremediation of soils contaminated with the munition compounds 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT), hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine, and octahydro-1,3,5,7-tetranitro-1,3,5,7-tetraazocine by a procedure that produced anaerobic conditions in the soils and promoted the biodegradation of nitroaromatic contaminants. This procedure consisted of flooding the soils with 50 …

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contaminated soils and the full scale re-medial implementation status. WASTE STREAMS The primary constituents of waste streams from explosives operations that result in soil contamination are nitroaromatics and nitramines including: Acronym Compound Name TNT 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene RDX Hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine

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Contaminated soil may be excavated and transported to kilns or other high-temperature operations, where the contaminated soil is mixed with combustible material. High-sand-content soils may be used as part of an asphalt mix. Contaminated soil may also be distributed onto an impermeable surface, allowing the more volatile compounds to evaporate.

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Jan 07, 2021· Based on the above health issues, there is an urgent need to remove these compounds from soils. Current methods to remove PFAS from contaminated soils are expensive, impractical for in situ treatment, use high pressure and temperatures, and/or result in toxic waste.

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Jan 05, 2021· However, due to the high mobility of these compounds, reports now exist that agricultural soils globally are also contaminated or vulnerable for contamination by these toxic compounds (Yao et al., 2015). The sorption and desorption behaviour of PFAS in agricultural soils can be different than that of other soils, because agricultural soils ...

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Jun 02, 2021· With the increase in the number of dry and wet cycles, the cumulative mass-loss rate of the chromium-contaminated soil solidified by the compound formulation was …

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T1 - Relative value of phosphate compounds in reducing the bioavailability and toxicity of lead in contaminated soils. AU - Park, Jin Hee. AU - Bolan, Nanthi. AU - Megharaj, Mallavarapu. AU - Naidu, Ravi. PY - 2012/2. Y1 - 2012/2. N2 - Lead forms stable compounds with phosphate and the immobilized Pb becomes less available to soil biota.

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that is contaminated with volatile organic compounds typical of certain contamination situations such as gasoline releases to the soil. The monitoring can also …

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