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Contaminated Soils
Diesel Fuel Contamination

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ISBN 9780873717083
Published May 12, 1992 by CRC Press
240 Pages

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Book Description

Contaminated Soils offers state-of-the-art technologies for detection and remediation of diesel contaminated soils that can be used by environmental professionals to maximize the practical application of theory. The book covers all aspects of assessment of soils contaminated by diesel fuel and discusses the most successful remediation techniques currently available. These techniques include the use of hydrocarbon analyses for environmental assessment and remediation, physical and biological treatments, and vent walls for enhancing biodegradation of contaminated soils. The development of a monoclonal antibody immunoassay for detecting gasoline and diesel fuel in the environment and a comparison of the purge and trap procedure versus the extraction procedure for detecting kerosene and diesel fuel No. 2 are examined as well. The book concludes with a chapter discussing human health-based soil cleanup guidelines for diesel fuel No. 2.

Contaminated Soils is a must for professionals concerned with the quality of groundwater and hazardous waste cleanup, regulators, oil company officials, and libraries.


Table of Contents

The Use of Hydrocarbon Analyses for Environmental Assessment and Remediation (G.S. Douglas, K.J. McCarthy, D.T. Dahlen, J.A. Seavey, W.G. Steinhauer, R.C. Prince, and D.L. Elmendorf). Determination of Kerosene and #2 Diesel by Purge and Trap Versus Extraction Procedure (D.Y. Chang, I. Lopez, and S.G. Yocklovich). Development of a Monoclonal Antibody Immunoassay for the Detection of Gasoline and Diesel Fuel in the Environment (R.L. Allen, W.B. Manning, K.D. McKenzie, T.A. Withers, J.P. Mapes, and S.B. Friedman). Enhanced Biodegradation of Heavy Engine Oil in Soil from Railroad Maintenance Yard: Phase II Field Demonstration (A.C. Ying, M. Talaat Balba, G. Shepherd, and D. Wright). Bioremediation of Diesel Fuel Contaminated Soil at a Former Railroad Fueling Yard (M.A. Troy, S.R. McGinn, B.P. Greenwald, D.E. Jerger, and L.B. Allen). Enhanced Biodegradation of Contaminated Soils Using Vent Wells (B. Kent and D. Graves). Combined Physical and Biological Treatment of Diesel-Contaminated Soils (D.C. Downey, P.R. Guest, and C.A. Culley). Bioremediation of Diesel-Contaminated Soil and Tundra in an Arctic Environment (M.R. Piotrowski, R.G. Aaserude, and F.J. Schmidt). Phased Investigation and Cleanup of Diesel-Stained Soil and Groundwater at Two Railroad Fueling and Maintenance Facilities in Montana (L. Korner, J. Hicks, T. Murphy, M. Burda, C. Culley, and M. Stromberg). Gas Pains: How Do You Spell Relief? (C.G. Stephens). Human Health Based Soil Cleanup Guidelines for Diesel Fuel No. 2 (G.C. Millner and R.C. James).

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