Introduces the most up-to-date techniques for soil remediation, including chemical fixation/stabilization, soil vapor extraction, thermally enhanced vapor stripping, biodegradation, and air spargingwritten in a style accessible to nonspecialists. Desc4ibes the ex shu technique of thermal desorption of soil contaminants-a low-cost aftemative to incineration for the removal of organics.CASE STUDIES The following case studies of actual stabilization projects on contaminated soils and similar materials at ... a stabilization formulation was chosen consisting of 100 part of sludge to 15 parts of calcium oxide (dolomitic quicklime) ... The reagents were added using two cranes to deliver reagents to the working face of the sludge, and three backhoes mixed them into the sludge ( Figure 11).
|Title||:||Hazardous Waste Site Soil Remediation|
|Author||:||David J. Wilson|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1993-10-28|