Soil Remediation Regulations Articles

  • Horizontal Remediation Wells - Case Study

    Why wait 30 years…when HRWs are here today! After 30 years of remediation, the responsible party became frustrated with the limitations of vertical wells and the inability of methods used to achieve cleanup goals.  Seeking site closure, the soon to be client, turned to Directional Technologies and Horizontal Remediation Wells (HRWs) to break the stalemate.  The HRWs were ...

  • Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) – An Emerging Challenge

    Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large group of chemicals that were used for decades in numerous industrial applications (e.g., fire-fighting and metal plating foams, aviation hydraulic fluid) and consumer goods (e.g., stain repellent for clothes, furniture and carpets, and non-stick coatings). Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), both ...


    By SIREM

  • Carbon Tetrachloride Source Remediation in Bedrock and Overburden - Case Study

    ABSTRACT Carbon Tetrachloride source in bedrock and collateral contamination in overburden were successfully remediated at a decommissioned U.S. Air Force base. CHALLENGES The combination of bedrock and overburden Carbon Tetrachloride (CT) contamination posed a unique set of challenges including the selection of an adequate drilling program, gathering ...

  • Combined Remedies Treat Large Industrial Site - Case Study

    ABSTRACT BOS 100 was successfully implemented as part of a combined remedies strategy to treat elevated levels of Trichloroethylene in a shallow fine grained aquifer at a former large industrial facility. CHALLENGES A large industrial facility used vapor degreasing in the 1970s and 1980s that resulted in chlorinated volatile organic compound (CVOC) ...

  • Soil and Ground Water Remediation Case Study

    On this State Funded Clean-Up project, Global was the project engineer and was responsible for the design of an air sparging/soil vapor extraction remediation system. The system included five soil vapor extraction wells and twelve sparging wells that operated on a rotating schedule. One of the soil vapor extraction wells and nine of the sparging wells were installed as horizontal wells beneath ...

  • The direct and indirect impacts of EU policies on land

    The 2011 Roadmap to a resource efficient Europe states, in its milestone of actions to address land as a resource, that 'By 2020, EU policies take into account their direct and indirect impact on land use in the EU and globally …' (EC, 2011d). This report presents a methodology for the assessment of European Union (EU) policies in terms of their land-related implications in Europe and ...

  • Remediated sites and brownfields: Success stories in Europe

    This document presents examples of success stories of remediation of contaminated soils in various contexts and different European countries. Thirteen countries comprising 19 European regions present a total of 29 cases which illustrate how soil and brownfields remediation along with sustainable land management have become essential for reversing the trend of soil degradation and ensuring the ...

  • Superfund Remediation: The Key to Land Reuse Case Study

    The technology is ready and, with state and federal tax credits waiting, the economics look better than ever: New Jersey, one of the first states to be industrialized, finds itself plagued with the contaminated aftermath of pre-EPA industries: soil contamination. From superfund sites to the gas station whose underground storage tank has been oozing for the last 20 years, every ...


    By CR Clean Air Group, LLC

  • Seattle, WA - Rapid PCE remediation for Brownfield redevelopment - Case Study

    Brownfield Redevelopment in South Lake Union Area of Seattle Project Summary TRS Group, Inc. (TRS) designed, installed and operated an electrical resistance heating (ERH) source area remediation project at a former commercial laundry and dry cleaning facility in the rapidly growing area of South Lake Union in Seattle, WA, The scope of the remediation was to ...


    By TRS Group, Inc.

  • Seattle, WA - Active chemical distribution facility - Case Study

    Guaranteed Remediation of TCE and PCE under Active Facility Project Summary TRS Group, Inc. (TRS) working with FLOYD|SNIDER a local Seattle consulting firm, completed a guaranteed fixed price remediation (GFPR) of tetrachloroethene (PCE) and trichloroethene (TCE) in soil at an active bulk chemical warehouse and distribution facility in Seattle, Washington. ...


    By TRS Group, Inc.

  • Risks from Renegade Nanoparticles during field deployments within NanoRem

    The aim of NanoRem is to support and develop the appropriate use of nanotechnology for contaminated soil and groundwater remediation. NanoRem focuses on facilitating practical, economic and exploitable nanotechnology for in-situ remediation. This can only be achieved in parallel with a comprehensive understanding of the environmental risk-benefit balance for the use of nanoparticles (NPs). One ...


    By NANO IRON s.r.o.

  • TerraTherm to Remediate Soils at the Beede Waste Oil Superfund Site - Case Study

    The Beede Site is the former location of a state-licensed and regulated waste oil recycling and disposal facility. The nearly 41-acre Site is located in a residential area of Plaistow, New Hampshire (NH). Operations at the Site began in the 1920s, and continued until the state of NH ordered its closure in 1994. From the 1920s to 1994, thousands of NH residents and businesses were customers of the ...


    By TerraTherm, Inc.

  • Achieving exemplary compliance case study

    Challenge: A major integrated oil company retained the services of Antea Group to manage environmental liability at a bulk storage and distribution facility that supplies gasoline, diesel fuel and other refined petroleum product to Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin.  The property presented a series of unique challenges including multiple LNAPL plumes, ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • Breaking Stakeholder Gridlock case study

    Challenge: Antea Group assisted multiple property stakeholders with the development of a liability transfer program to facilitate the remediation and closure of a PCB, chlorinated VOC and TPH contaminated former oil recycling depot site in New Jersey. Prior to Antea Group involvement, the property stakeholders had been in negotiation deadlock regarding the site for 18 ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • Depth of the biologically active zone in upland habitats at the Hanford Site, Washington: Implications for remediation and ecological risk management

    Soil invertebrates, mammals, and plants penetrate and exploit the surface soil layer (i.e., the biologically active zone) to varying depths. As the U.S. Department of Energy remediates radioactive and hazardous wastes in soil at the Hanford Site, a site‐specific definition of the biologically active zone is needed to identify the depth to which remedial actions should be taken to protect the ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Site assessments and remediation case study

    Service(s) performed: Phase I site assessment/soil investigation/soil remediation project for a golf course Summary: Prior to the sale of the golf course property, our experts were engaged to conduct a Phase I Site Assessment. Due to poor management practices, the facility was found to have multiple releases of fuel and waste oil, which were above acceptable ...


    By EFI Global, Inc.

  • Just in time for the holidays!

    Find our November 2013 Enhesa Flash in your inbox today and light upon the most relevant EHS regulatory topics and trends before heading home for the holidays. Our partners and consultants have done a fantastic job drawing upon issues that are relevant to organizations across the board. ...

  • Regulatory considerations for the potential development and application of metal cleanup values

    A workshop titled, “Ecological Soil Levels–Next Steps in the Development of Metal Clean‐up Values,” was held September 17–21, 2012, in Sundance, Utah. The purpose of the workshop was to provide managers and decision makers at contaminated sites in North America with appropriate methods for developing soil cleanup values that are protective of ecological resources. The workshop focused on ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Furthering the derivation of predictive wildlife toxicity reference values for use in soil cleanup decisions

    The development of media‐specific ecological values for risk assessment includes the derivation of acceptable levels of exposure for terrestrial wildlife (e.g., birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians). Though the derivation and subsequent application of these values can be used for screening purposes, there is a need to identify toxicological effects thresholds specifically for making ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Ejlskov A / S achieves great results with BOS 200® in Denmark

    What's Danish for "fuggedaboutit?" That's what we exclaimed when we learned that an active petrol fueling center in Denmark had considered traditional "dig and haul" tactics for free-phase LNAPL contamination. To the rescue? RPI-Group member Ejlskov A/S and BOS 200®, which arrived on site ready to eliminate LNAPL from soil and groundwater and reduce groundwater contamination to below strict ...

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