A $19.3 million Department of Defense grant to Rice University funds the Advanced Applied Technology Demonstration Facility (AATDF). One of the project goals is the development of reduction strategies for nonaqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) in the subsurface. Surfactants and Cosolvents for NAPL Remediation records the results of AATDF research. The manual is a guide to the practical application of surfactants/cosolvent for in situ remediation. It is targeted to decision makers and anyone concerned with the design or implementation of these technologies. The book discusses the situational viability of surfactants/cosolvents , the possible results, design, and operation. It includes case studies, step-by-step guidance, and project cost work sheets. The successful results of the AATDF research, as documented Surfactants and Cosolvents for NAPL Remediation, are an invaluable contribution to the future of subsurface remediation. Without source NAPL reduction, the alternative is decades of plume management through pump-and-treat.Modifications to the solution design may be necessary to develop a system that is effective in contaminant removal and also cost-effective. 5.1. OBJECTIVES OF HANDLING/TREATMENT The primary objectives of produced fluids handling and treatment will depend on the ... Discharge of Treated Water (Semivolatile Contaminants): Sludge 78 SURFACTANTS AND COSOLVENTS MANUAL Objectives ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Surfactants and Cosolvents for NAPL Remediation A Technology Practices Manual|
|Author||:||Donald F. Lowe, Carroll L. Oubre, C. H. Ward|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-03-26|