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In Situ Remediation Engineering




ISBN 9781566706537
Published December 28, 2004 by CRC Press
532 Pages 200 B/W Illustrations

 
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In Situ Remediation Engineering provides a comprehensive guide to the design and implementation of reactive zone methods for treatment of all major classes of groundwater contamination. It teaches the fundamentals that underlie development of cost-effective reactive zone strategies, guides the selection of cost-effective remedial strategies and provides environmental engineers and scientists with tools to achieve optimal deployment of source area, reactive barrier, and site-wide treatments. It offers extensive coverage of remedial system operation, discussing reagent injection strategies, interpretation of process monitoring results for biological and chemical reactive zone systems, and impacts of treatment processes on aquifer hydraulic characteristics.

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This text provides a comprehensive guide to the design and implementation of reactive zone methods for treatment of all major classes of groundwater contamination. It teaches the fundamentals of developing cost-effective reactive zone strategies, guides the selection of cost-effective remedial strategies, and provides the tools to achieve optimal deployment of source area, reactive barrier, and site-wide treatments. It offers extensive coverage of remedial system operation, discussing reagent injection strategies, interpretation of process monitoring results for biological and chemical reactive zone systems, and the impacts of treatment processes on aquifer hydraulic characteristics.

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"This is an exceptional reference book that bridges the gap between the needs of academics and practitioners. It is both informative as well as practical . . . This book is very valuable to environmental scientists and engineers who are interested in groundwater and contaminated land bioremediation."

– Diane Purchase, University of Middlesex, in Microbiology Today, May 2007