This new book presents state-of-the-art for treating groundwater contaminated with Petroleum Hydrocarbons, based on CDM's vast experience in treating contaminated groundwater using air stripping, GAC and biorestoration. Design issues and pitfalls to avoid when implementing treatment technologies are explained. Capital costs, operation and maintenance costs, unit costs are presented. Groundwater Remediation and Petroleum is the most comprehensive examination of these technologies and the implications of recent UST regulations. It provides hands-on information in the form of detailed step-by-step design procedures and case studies.
2-LEVEL INTRODUCTION. Background. Objectives. Limitations of Study. REMOVING GASOLINE DISSOLVED IN GROUNDWATER. Air Stripping. Activated Carbon Adsorption. Using Air Stripping and GAC in Combination. Biorestoration. SAMPLE PACKED AIR TOWER PROBLEM. Sample Problem. Approach to Problem. Capital Costs of Air Stripping. Operation and Maintenance Costs of Air Stripping. Conclusion. APPENDIX A: FEDERAL REGULATIONS. Overview of Regulations. Definitions.APPENDIX B: BIBLIOGRAHPY. INDEX.