bioremediation project management Articles

  • Bioremediation Technologies for Marine Sediments

      USA – Baltic International Symposium on Advances in Marine Environmental Research, Monitoring and Technologies. Klaipeda, Lithuania. June 15-17, 2004 Global commerce relies heavily on waterborne transportation. Innovative, economical and environmentally sound ways to manage ...


  • Bioremediation in Denmark - a case study

    Back in the 1990s the closure of several fuel stations in Denmark led to extensive land contamination as underground storage tanks gradually began leaking. After six years of attempted clean-up by the companies concerned the regulatory bodies concluded the situation had not been sufficiently addressed. As a result they refused to complete payment schedules which were based on the success of the ...


    By Ive Design

  • Bioremediating Explosives Contaminated Soil

    From the beginning of World War II until the 1970s, the site that is now the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane, Indiana (NSWC-Crane) was the home of a major bomb manufacturing operation. Explosive compounds such as TNT, Royal Demolition Explosives (RDX) and Her Majesty’s Explosive (HMX) were handled loose and drifted through air vents. Often, the material settled on the roofs of buildings, ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Types of bioremediation and their modes of action

    An Urgent Call for Change in U.S. Oil Spill Response With Bioremediation Agent Type EA* bearing out as a workable first response alternative to the use of chemical dispersants, contrasting evidence has become even clearer that dispersant use has been a huge failure. Dispersants have proven to be an inadequate response method with more and more studies showing an ...

  • Biosoil Project for the Sustainable Management of Brownfields

    ABSTRACT   INKOA SISTEMAS, a company specialised in supplying integral solutions for sustainable development, leads the BIOSOIL ENV/ES/000263 project, whose main objective is ...

  • Innovative Uses of Compost Bioremediation and Pollution Prevention.

    Introduction Each year agricultural effluents, industrial residues, and industrial accidents contaminate surface waters, soils, air, streams, and reservoirs. A new compost technology, known as compost bioremediation, is currently being used to restore contaminated soils, manage stormwater, control odors, and degrade volatile organic compounds (VOCs).Compost bioremediation refers to the use ...


  • Innovative Uses of Compost Bioremediation and Pollution Prevention

    Each year agricultural effluents, industrial residues, and industrial accidents contaminate surface waters, soils, air, streams, and reservoirs. A new compost technology, known as compost bioremediation, is currently being used to restore contaminated soils, manage stormwater, control odors, and degrade volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Compost bioremediation refers to the use of a biological ...

  • Aerobic Bioremediation of MTBE and BTEX at a USCG Facility

    Untitled Document Abstract: A full-scale in-situ bioremediation of dissolved methl-tert-butyl-ether (MTBE) and benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes (BTEX) was ...


    By REGENESIS

  • Protocol for Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation Using Emulsified Edible Oil

    An in-depth discussion of the EOS® patented technology and its usefulness for site remediation is presented. Details of how the technology works, design considerations as well as strengths and limitations of the technology are presented. 1.1 INTRODUCTION Management of groundwater contaminated with chlorinated solvents, perchlorate, and explosives is one of the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • Bioremediation Of Oily Bilge Water Using BilgeRemed On M/V Cape Wrath

    The study was undertaken for Crowley Shipping Company, managers for reduced Operational ships or ROSS ships to evaluate BilgeRemed for complete reduction of oil in the oily bilge water. The oily bilge water in these ships is collected by contracted trucks who transport the bilge water for off-site disposal and is generally a very expensive operation. In a cost cutting effort a study on effect of ...


    By Sarva Bio Remed, LLC

  • ISCR-Enhanced Bioremediation of a TCE DNAPL Source Utilizing EHC® and KB-1®

    Remediation of chlorinated solvent DNAPL sites often meets with mixed results. This can be attributed to the diametrically opposed nature of the impacts, where the disparate dissolved phase plume is more manageable than the localized, high-concentration source area. A wide range of technologies are available for downgradient plume management, but the relative mass of contaminants in a ...


  • Engineered approaches to in situ bioremediation of chlorinated solvents: Fundamentals and field applications

    Halogenated volatile organic compounds, including chlorinated solvents, are the most frequently- occurring type of soil and groundwater contaminant at Superfund and other hazardous waste sites in the United States. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that, over the next several decades, site owners will spend billions of dollars to clean up these sites. New technologies that ...


    By RNAS Remediation Products

  • Environmental Sensors in Waste Management

    Issue: As part of an increasing sentiment among European consumers that environmental protection is important, concern about the impact of landfill is growing. Sensor technology makes it possible to measure and control inputs to landfill sites and pollutants arising from them. However, the exploitation - or uptake - of such technology has been lower than expected in the waste management sector. ...


  • Analysis of DNAPL Source-Depletion Costs at 36 Field Sites

    A recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) expert panel on dense nonaqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) remediation concluded that uncertainty in the costs and benefit of applying source-depletion technologies (i.e., active remediation in source zones) is one key factor that discourages widespread use of these technologies at DNAPL sites (Kavanaugh et al., 2003). To reduce this uncertainty, ...


  • Analysis of DNAPL source depletion costs at 36 Field Sites

    Abstract A recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency expert panel on dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) remediation concluded that uncertainty in the costs and benefits of applying source depletion technologies (i.e., active remediation in source zones) is one key factor that discourages widespread use of these technologies at DNAPL sites (Kavanaugh et al., 2003). To reduce this ...


    By TRS Group, Inc.

  • Rikers Island UST design & environmental services

    Design and Permitting of the upgrade fourteen (14) underground diesel & No. 6 fuel oil storage tanks with a combined tankage of over 540,000 gallons for a Major Oil Storage Facility. Project includes subsurface investigation, installation of soil borings, groundwater monitoring wells, non-destructive ultrasonic and volumetric tightness testing of tanks, tank design rehabilitation including ...


    By GEA ENGINEERING

  • Soil & water remediation - Burntisland

    Caustic Soda Soil & Water Remediation & Demolition Works Client: Alcan Chemicals Ltd. Consultant; RPS Plc Challenge: Address contamination including elevated pH levels up to 14 pH arising from the use of caustic soda within the site processes for producing allumina, hydrocarbon contaminated material from ...


    By Soilutions Ltd

  • Green Green Grass

    A few years ago the North Sea managed a twelve month period without any major shipping disasters. Good news for the environment you’d have thought. However, in the same period up to one hundred thousand tonnes of oil were estimated to have been released into the sea. Some of this can be put down to natural occurrence, but by far the major part is dispersed from aircraft and shipping fleets ...


  • Compost Markets Grow With Environmental Applications

    The use of compost in various environmental applications is one of the most intensive areas of compost research being pursued today. The high organic matter content and biological activity of compost makes it effective for use in a variety of applications. Five of these will be reviewed in this article: erosion control, revegetation, biofiltration, bioremediation, and wetlands construction. ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • One of Europe’s most contaminated sites

    VSD Avenue, a joint venture partnership between VolkerStevin, DEC and Sita Remediation, started work at the beginning of September on the remediation of the former Avenue Coking Works in Chesterfield; one of the most heavily contaminated sites in Europe. Guy Pomphrey, chairman of VSD Avenue, explains The £82m contract, signed in July, was commissioned by the client and site owner the East ...


    By Newzeye Ltd

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