Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites

Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites

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Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites by Battelle Memorial In, Battelle Memorial Institute Staff, Michael D. Royer, Arun R. Gavaskar

The expertise of EPA research scientists has been combined to produce this comprehensive handbook, Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites. Drawing from an extensive EPA study of metals-contaminated sites, this book describes the sources, physical makeup, and chemical behavior of metal-containing wastes and state-of-the-art technologies for their remediation.
The book first explores the origin of waste and how the waste matrix and contaminants interact, crucial factors in understanding environmental fate and transport and in selecting appropriate remediation technologies. Following this solid grounding in environmental chemistry, the book describes methods to remediate metal-containing wastes, including immobilization, chemical and biological treatment, and separation/concentration options. Remedial Options for Metals-Contaminated Sites also explores the current applications and limitations of these technologies. It is a valuable resource for personnel involved in the management, treatment, or minimization of metals-contaminated wastes.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781566701808
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/25/1995
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 10.30(h) x 0.74(d)

Table of Contents

Scope and Limitations
Information Collection and Document Application Approach
References
Contaminants at Metals Sites
Overview of Sources of Contaminants at Metals Sites
References
Contaminant Fate and Migration
Chemical Forms and Speciations
Environmental Fate and Transport
References
Remedial Options
Cleanup Goals
Immobilization Treatment
Toxicity Reduction by Chemical or Biological Treatment
Separation/Concentration Treatment
Treatment Options for Groundwater and Wastewater
References
Technology Selection
General Criteria for Technology Selection
Specific Criteria for Technology Selection
Issues in Treatment of Organic/Metal Combinations
Cost Considerations and Trade-Offs
References
Appendix A: Summary of Best Demonstrated Available Technologies (BDATs) for
Metals-Contaminated Wastes
Appendix B: Review of Metal Recycling Options for Metals-Contaminated Wastes
from CERCLA Sites
Appendix C: Guide to Information Sources
Appendix D: Glossary
Figures
Tables
Index

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