Remediation and Beneficial Reuse of Contaminated Sediments (S1-3): Proceedings of the First International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments, Venice Italy, Octoberr 10-12 2001

Remediation and Beneficial Reuse of Contaminated Sediments (S1-3): Proceedings of the First International Conference on Remediation of Contaminated Sediments, Venice Italy, Octoberr 10-12 2001

by Hinchee



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781574771299
Publisher: Battelle Press
Publication date: 01/28/2002
Pages: 463
Product dimensions: 6.88(w) x 8.68(h) x 1.18(d)

Table of Contents

A State-of-the-Art Overview of Contaminated Sediment Remediation in the United States1
Beneficial Reuse
Beneficial Uses of Dredged Material for Urban Redevelopment: OENJ Cherokee's Case Studies11
Proposed Framework for Evaluating Beneficial Uses of Dredged Material in NY/NJ Harbor21
Beneficial Use of Dredged Materials in Portland Cement Manufacture31
The Use of Dredged Materials in Abandoned Mine Reclamation37
Contaminated Sediments: Raw Material for Bricks45
Technical and Economic Aspects of Using Cement-Lock[superscript SM] Technology for Sediment Treatment51
Treatment of Contaminated Dredged Material in the Netherlands59
Effects of Tween 80 and Electric Field on Biodegradation of Phenanthrene63
Ozonation and Biodegradation of Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxins in Sediments71
Sulfate-Reducing and Lactobacillus Bacteria for the Treatment of Contaminated Sediments79
Hydrogen-Enhanced Dechlorination in Contaminated Coastal Sediments87
Biosurfactants and Environmental Improvement in the Oil and Petrochemical Industry and the Ecosystem95
Molecular Engineering of Soluble Bacterial Proteins with Chromate Reductase Activity103
Bioremediation of Polluted Sediment: A Matter of Time or Effort?--Part II113
Remedial Actions in Response to a Kerosene Release Impacting a Wetland121
Innovative Treatment Studied on Sediment Samples From Venice129
Advanced Biotechnological Processes for Environmental Remediation of Harbour, Coastal, and Channel Sediments137
Degradation and Removal of Sediment PCBs Using Microbially Generated Iron Sulfide147
Bioremediation of p-Nitrophenol Using Soil Microcosms159
Development of a Combined In Situ Technique for the Treatment of Contaminated Subaquatic Sediments167
Phyto-Engineering Approaches to Contaminated Dredged Material173
Willows Grown on Contaminated Sediment: Possibilities for Phytoremediation179
Remediation of Marine Muck Sediments, St. Lucie Estuary, Florida187
Electrokinetic Remediation
Electrochemical Remediation Technologies for Groundwater, Soil, and Sediments195
Electrokinetic Remediation of Contaminated Sediments205
Electrokinetic Remediation of a Contaminated River Sediment213
Physical-Chemical Remediation
Fractioning of Contaminated Marine Sediments221
Bentonite Effectiveness on Cesium Retention in Cemented Waste Products229
Detoxification of PCBs-Polluted Soil by High-Energy Milling237
Sediment Improvements with In-Stream Water Management245
Ex Situ Treatment to Detoxify Highly Mixed Polluted Sediment253
Modeling of Steam Injection Processes in Homogeneous Porous Media with High Temperature Gradients263
Sediment Decontamination: Evolution and Practical Application of BioGenesis Washing Technology271
New Solvent Extraction Process for Organic and Heavy Metal Pollutants283
Technology of Heavy Metal Ion Extraction and Water Reuse291
Design of Treatment for Mercury-Contaminated Canal Sediment Using Stabilization/Solidification299
Mobility and Relative Permeability Effects on Surfactant-Enhanced Remediation Treatments307
Remediation of Petroleum-Contaminated Loess Soil by Surfactant-Enhanced Flushing Alternative315
Extraction of Small Particles from Particles Bed Under Body of Water323
Remediation Techniques Applied to Reduce Paint-Derived Tributylin (TBT) in Dredged Material331
Field-Scale Sediment Remediation Using Dry DREdge and Geotextile Tubes339
Gravity Dewatering of Dredged, Contaminated Sediment to Facilitate Landfill Disposal347
Passive Dewatering in a Dredge Material Rehandling Facility353
Innovative Dewatering and Water Treatment Techniques for Hydraulically Dredged Sediment361
Capping and Confined Disposal
In Situ Capping on the Palos Verdes Shelf, California371
Guidelines for the Design, Construction, and Management of Revetments at Marine Waste Disposal Facilities379
Remediation of PCB-Contaminated Sediment in the Duwamish River, Washington387
Monitored Natural Recovery
Natural Recovery at a Submarine Wood Waste Site395
Field Measurements of PCB Volatilization from Contaminated Lake Sediments and Surface Waters403
Natural Recovery of PCB-Contaminated Sediments at the Sangamo-Weston/Lake Hartwell Superfund Site413
Natural Recovery of PAH-Contaminated Sediments at the Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor Superfund Site419
Environmental Dredging
Silt Removal from a Reservoir in Heel, The Netherlands425
Mass Balance Models of Sediment Remediation433
Survey of Contaminated Sediment Resuspension During Capping441
Keyword Index449
Author Index455

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