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Bioremediation--field experience

  • 548 Pages
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  • English

Lewis Publishers , Boca Raton
In situ bioremedia
Statementedited by Paul E. Flathman, Douglas E. Jerger, and Jurgen H. Exner.
ContributionsFlathman, Paul E., Jerger, Douglas E., Exner, Jurgen H.
LC ClassificationsTD192.5 .B557 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination548 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1429477M
ISBN 100873717406
LC Control Number93040783

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Exner,Lewis Publishers edition, in EnglishCited by: Bioremediation: Field Experience focuses on the application of practical, state-of-the-art technology used for full-scale site remediation over a wide range of environmental settings.

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Abramowicz --Sect. Introduction --Ch. uction / Jurgen H. Exner --Sect. Environmental. Book Chapter: Semprini L, Hopkins GD, Grbic-Galic D, McCarty PL, Roberts PV. A laboratory and field evaluation of enhanced in situ bioremediation of trichloroethylene, cis- and trans-dichloroethylene, and vinyl chloride by methanotrophic bacteria.

Bioremediation Field. Basically, this information comprises descriptions of the site, the specific cleanup process, and the overall approach to site cleanup.

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experience are gained, and there is no doubt that bioremediation has great potential for dealing with certain types of site contamination.

Unfortunately, the principles, techniques, advantages, and disadvantages of bioremediation are not widely known or understood, especially among those who will have to deal directly with bioremediationFile Size: KB. Currently approximat chemicals are marketed and sold in the United States.

Of these, thousands are defined as hazardous or toxic, and could present a health risk to humans and the environment if not disposed of properly. Kinsella JV, Nelson MJK () In situ bioremediation: site characterization, site design and full scale field remediation of petroleum hydrocarbon and trichloroethylene contaminated groundwater.

In: Flathman PE, Jerger DE (eds) Bioremediation field experience. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL Google ScholarAuthor: Nagina Parmar, Ajay Singh, Hammad Khan.

In situ groundwater bioremediation of hydrocarbons has been used for more than 40 years. Most strategies involve biostimulation; however, recently bioaugmentation have been used for : Terry C Hazen.

experience has shown that reductions in TPH concentrations greater than 95 percent can be very difficult to achieve because of the presence of “recalcitrant” or nondegradable hydrocarbon species that are included in the TPH analysis.

If a cleanup level lower than ppm is required forFile Size: 1MB. This material is one of the few available for discussion in literature, and the authors and editorial board hope that this book can be used as a guide or as a base material useful for people who want to develop or apply new strategies in the bioremediation field.

The book consists of the following sections: 1) bacterial bioremediation, 2. The book will benefit practitioners and novices alike in the decision-making of where and how to implement bioremediation in the field."-Jean M.

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Bioremediation Field Experience. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Freeman, H.M. Standard Handbook of Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Grasso, D. Hazardous Waste Site Remediation, Source Control How to Evaluate Alternative Cleanup Technologies for Underground Storage Tank Sites - A Guide File Size: 1MB.

Bioremediation, or enhanced microbiological treatment, of environments contaminated with a variety of organic and inorganic compounds is one of the most effective innovative technologies to come around this century. Practical Environmental Price: $ Investigators cannot fully understand the details of whether and how bioremediation is occurring at a site.

The goal in evaluating in situ bioremediation is to assess whether the weight of evidence from tests such as those described above documents a convincing case. The Bioremediation Field Initiative was established in to expand the nation’s field experience in bioremediation technologies. The Initiative’s objectives are to more fully document the performance of full-scale applications of bioremediation; provide.

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INTRODUCTION The past decade has shown, in greater or lesser degree, our carelessness and negligence in using our natural resources. The problems associated with contamination of natural resources are prominently increasing in many countries.

Contaminated environment generally result from production, use, and disposal of hazardous substances from. Nonligninolytic fungi are also involved in PAH metabolism by oxidation of PAHs via intracellular P monooxygenase enzyme–stimulated response for configuration of arene oxide similar to mammalian PAH metabolism (Table ; FigSutherland et al., ).The monooxygenase enzyme involves incorporation of single oxygen molecule in compound for configuration of Author: Shalini Gupta, Bhawana Pathak.

The effects on the environment of pollution, particularly that caused by various industrial activities, have been responsible for the accelerated fluxes of organic and inorganic matter in the ecosphere. Xenobiotics such as phenol, phenolic compounds, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and heavy metals, even at low concentrations, can be toxic to humans and other Cited by: F SEPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development.

Washington, DC Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Washington, DC EPA//F/ June Bioremediation Field Initiative A cooperative effort of the U.S.

EPA's Office of Research and Development, Office of Solid. Book Chapters L. Semprini, G.D. Hopkins, D. Grbic-Galic, P.L.

McCarty, and P.V. Roberts, “A Laboratory and Field Evaluation of In-Situ Bioremediation of Trichloroethylene, cis-and-trans-Dichloro-ethylene, and Vinyl Chloride by Methanotrophic Bacteria,” in Bioremediation: FieldFile Size: KB.

Biodegradation is cost-effective, environmentally friendly treatment for oily contaminated sites by the use of microorganisms. In this study, laboratory experiments were conducted to establish the performance of bacterial isolates in degradation of organic compounds contained in oily sludge from the Jordanian Oil Refinery by:   Bioremediation has been used at a number of sites worldwide, including Europe, with varying degrees of success.

Techniques are improving as greater knowledge and experience are gained, and there is no doubt that bioremediation has great potential for dealing with certain types of site by: This means that permit writers at Headquarters must work closely with the Regions and state and local regulators, since Bioremediation Field Initiative Contacts Fran Kremer, Ph.D.

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Enhanced Bioremediation Field Experience: Using Observed Half Lives in Design and Prediction Authors: Joanna Moreno, Tra. The core of bioremediation involves stimulating microorganisms that naturally remediate these contaminants, and we need to understand what environmental conditions are needed to allow the right microorganisms to prosper.

The Rittmann lab is on the cutting edge of technology development for bioremediation. An 8-year bioremediation field study was conducted in a trichloroethene (TCE)-contaminated, highly indurated (i.e., hard), recharge-limited (i.e., contains little water) conglomerate where common remediation strategies, such as groundwater recirculation and direct push installation of a large well network, could not be by: 3.Download [PDF] The Unified Neutral Theory of Biodiversity and Biogeography (MPB) (Monographs in Population Biology) Full AudioBook.The devastating environmental impacts of the Exxon Valdez spill in and its media notoriety made it a frequent comparison to the BP Deepwater Horizon spill in the popular press ineven though the nature of the two spills and the environments impacted were vastly different.

Fortunately, unlike higher organisms that are adversely impacted by oil spills, microorganisms Cited by: