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Principles and Practices for Petroleum Contaminated Soils

1st Edition

By Paul T. Kostecki

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672 pages

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Principles and Practices for Petroleum Contaminated Soils includes some of the best research and practical work done by top researchers in the field-both in industry and academia. It covers fundamental and advanced topics, such as analysis and site assessment, techniques (e.g., vacuum extraction, asphalt incorporation), and case studies. The book will interest anyone working with contaminated soils, ground water, and underground storage tanks. It will also be a valuable reference for regulatory personnel and environmental consultants at all levels.

Table of Contents

Part I: Analysis and Testing: Analysis of Petroleum Contaminated Soil and Water: An Overview (T.L. Potter). Fingerprinting Petroleum Products: Unleaded Gasolines (T.L. Potter). Differentiation of Crude Oil and Refined Petroleum Products in Soil (A.L. Baugh and J.R. Lovegreen). Onsite Analytical Screening of Gasoline Contaminated Media Using a Jar Headspace Procedure (J. Fitzgerald). Relationships between Chemical Screening Methodologies for Petroleum Contaminated Soils: Theory and Practice (S.A. Denahan, B.J. Denahan, W.G. Elliott, W.A. Tucker, M.G. Winslow, and S.R. Boyes). Electrochemiluminescent Sensing of Petroleum Contamination at Trace Levels (B.G. Dixon, J. Sanford, and B.W. Swift). Why TCLP, EP-Tox, and the California WET Do Not Derive Data on the Mobility and Transformation of Metals in Soil Systems (J. Dragun, J.H. Barkach, and S. A. Mason). Part II: Environmental Fate and Modeling: Bioremediation of Petroleum Products in Soil (C.J. Englert, E.J. Kenzie, and J. Dragun). Mathematical Hydrocarbon Fate Modeling in Soil Systems and Other Media (M. Bonazountas and D. Kallidromitou). Petroleum Contaminated Soil: Chemistry and Modeling (S.C. Lee, L. Eastcott, W.Y. Shiu, and D. Mackay). The Utility of Environmental Fate Models to Regulatory Programs (M. A. Callahan). Part III: Remediation: An Evaluation of Organic Materials That Interfere with Stabilization/Solidification Processes (M. John Cullinane, Jr. and R.M. Bricka). Incorporation of Contaminated Soils into Bituminous Concrete (K. Eklund). Additive Stabilization of Petroleum Contaminated Soils (S. Pamukcu). In Situ Vitrification Applications (J.E. Hansen and C.L. Timmerman). Field Studies on In Situ Soil Washing (J.H. Nash and R.P. Traver). Land Treatment of Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soils (J. Lynch and B.R. Genes). Low Temperature Stripping of Volatile Compounds (L.A. Velazquez and J.W. Noland). Barrier Walls to Contain Contaminated Soils (M.D. Boscardin and D.W. Ostendorf). In Situ Biological Remediation of

About the Author

Paul T. Kostecki, University of Massachusetts, USA.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC003000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / General
TEC010000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Environmental / General