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An EHS Checklist for Low-Risk Technology Facilities

by Antea Group - USA  (Apr. 4, 2016)

For environment, health and safety (EHS) managers at technology companies, identifying, assessing and prioritizing potential risks in a lower-risk environment - from offices to call centers - is part of the job. And when it comes to EHS programs, compliance is just the start. The following EHS checklist can serve as an assessment guide for EHS ...

Non-Detect Levels Reached with Application of PlumeStop at Former Dry Cleaning Site - Case Study

by REGENESIS  (Apr. 15, 2016)

Project Highlights Rapid reduction in groundwater solvent concentrations to non-detect within 19 days Post-treatment shows PCE and daughter products remain at non-detect post-application Multiple lines of evidence for post-sorption solvent degradation Remediation Approach The site of a former dry cleaner was chosen for a ...

Green remediation

The US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) strategic plan calls for increased research and application of sustainable systems that promote environmental stewardship, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and improve energy efficiency. One area of this research is green remediation. Green remediation is a relatively new approach to ...

Presumptive Remedies

by Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable  (Jan. 1, 1997)

A presumptive remedy is a technology that EPA believes, based upon its past experience, generally will be the most appropriate remedy for a specified type of site. EPA is establishing presumptive remedies to accelerate site-specific analysis of remedies by focusing the feasibility study efforts. EPA expects that a presumptive remedy, when ...

Groundwater Remediation

by IWA Publishing  (Jul. 23, 2011)

Groundwater remediation or clean-up is required when concentrations of contaminants exceed or are expected to exceed predetermined levels for the type of resource that is impacted (Grossman et.al., 2008). For example, lead levels in drinking water should not exceed the EPA action level of 0.015 mg/L. What caused the high levels of lead? How can ...

Soil Remediation

Contaminated sites by hazardous substances are a major environmental concern in Europe e throughout the world. Significant financial and human resources are devoted for the remediation of such sites. Many steps have been taken to restrict or ban from use some contaminants (PCBs, IPA, CLB-derivatives) and reduce discharge of others. However, ...

Remediation of Abandoned Coal Mines Using Coal Combustion Products

A slurry of mine water and coal combustion fluidized bed ash (FBA) was injected into an abandoned coal mine in Eastern Oklahoma in July 1997. Oil-field technology was used to inject 1.8 Gg (418 tons) of FBA through five wells in 15 hours. Alkaline minerals in the FBA neutralized acidity and imparted alkalinity to the mine water. Thus, this ...

Learn why All Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) Remediation Products are not the same

by Tersus Environmental, LLC  (Jun. 23, 2015)

The MAJOR DIFFERENCE between Emulsified Zero-Valent Iron (eZVI) and other ZVI products is the physical structure of the eZVI product, which is a water-in-oil emulsion (see below images). This structure makes the eZVI product hydrophobic, and therefore it is fully miscible with source material in situ. The water contained in the interior of ...

A novel approach to remediating contaminated groundwater by reusing industrial co-products

by Inderscience Publishers  (May 10, 2007)

This paper presents a novel approach to remediating contaminated groundwater by utilising industrial co-products. The materials discussed include paper clay and steel slag, and the primary water contamination considered is heavy metal contamination. Paper clay was determined to have the potential for adsorbing heavy metals, and in compacted form ...

All Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) Remediation Products ARE NOT THE SAME

by Tersus Environmental, LLC  (May 13, 2013)

All Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) remediation products ARE NOT THE SAME. The MAJOR DIFFERENCE between Emulsified Zero-Valent Iron (eZVI) and other ZVI products is the physical structure of the eZVI product, which is a water-in-oil emulsion. This structure makes the eZVI product hydrophobic, and therefore it is fully miscible with source material in situ. ...

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