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Petroleum Contaminated Soils, Volume II
Remediation Techniques, Environmental Fate, and Risk Assessment

ISBN 9780873712262
Published September 30, 1989 by CRC Press
532 Pages

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Book Description

These three volumes provide valuable information to help bring rational and scientifically feasible solutions to petroleum contaminated soils. State-of-the-art information on both technical and regulatory issues is covered, including environmental fate, health effects, risk assessment and remedial alternatives. They show why petroleum contaminated soils are a problem - and propose solutions for that problem. These books are an excellent reference for regulatory personnel and environmental consultants at all levels.

Table of Contents

VOLUME II: INTRODUCTION. Environmental Regulations Place New Responsibilities on Property Owners. Providing Environmental Impairment Liability Insurance Coverage. Issues Affecting Contaminated Soils Management: The Railroad Industry Perspective. Implications of Dealing with Real-Estate Cleanup Statutes. CURRENT RESEARCH. EPRI-Sponsored Research on Underground Storage Tanks. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Diseases Registry Research on Contaminated Soils. Underground Storage Tank Releases in Arizona: Causes, Extent, and Remediation. State of Research and Regulatory Approach of State Agencies for Cleanup of Petroleum Contamination. ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FATE. Analysis of Petroleum Contaminated Soil and Water: An Overview. Onsite Analytical Screening of Gasoline Contaminated Media Using a Jar Headspace Procedure. Analysis of Petroleum-Derived Materials in the Environment in the State of Iowa. Three Common Misconceptions Concerning the Fate and Cleanup of Petroleum and Its Products in Soil and Groundwater. The Effect of Water-Soluble Organic Material on the Transport of Phenanthrene in Soil. Stabilized Petroleum Waste Interaction with Silty Clay Subgrade. REMEDIAL OPTIONS. Enhanced Bioremediation Techniques for In Situ and Onsite Treatment of Petroleum Contaminated Soils and Groundwater. Biodegradation of Dissolved Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Gasoline Contaminated Groundwaters Using Denitrification. Bioremediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soils Using a Microbial Consortia as Inoculum. Cutoff Walls to Contain Petroleum Contaminated Soils. Thermal Desorption of Hazardous and Toxic Organic Compounds Soils. Processing of Soil Contaminated with Oil in a Hot Mix Asphalt Facility. Method of Removing Petroleum Products from Soils with Ozone, Ultraviolet, Ultrasonics, and Ultrapure Water. Cleanup of a Gasoline Contaminated Site Using Vacuum Extracted Technology. Soil Vapor Contaminant. Assessment as a Tool in Developing Remedial Approaches at Hydrocarbon Contaminated Sites. CASE HISTORIES. Application of Quantitative Risk Assessment Evaluation of Underground Storage Tanks to Insurance, Banking, and Real Estate Transactions. Assessment and Remediation of Residential Properties Contaminated with Home Heating Oil: Case Studies in Massachusetts. RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT.Creative Approaches in the Study of Complex Mixtures: Evaluating Comparative Potencies. Soil Ingestion in Children. Percutaneous Absorption of Benzo(a)pyrene from Soils With and Without Petroleum Crude Contamination. An Overview and Suggested Methodology to Determine the Adequacy of Cleanup of Contaminated Soils. Risk Assessment of a Site Contaminated with Petroleum Hydrocarbons (Asphalt). Toward Economically Efficient Management of Underground Storage Tanks: A Risk-Based Approach. REGULATORY CONSIDERATIONS. A Guidance Document for Assessment of Underground Fuel Tank Leaks in California. Council for the Health and Environmental Safety of Soils (CHESS): A Coalition to Standardize Soil Contamination. Proceedings of the Third National Conference on Petroleum Contaminated Soils.

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