A part of the continuing effort to provide innovative in situ remediation techniques, Remediation of Firing-Range Impact Berms presents the results of a soil washing and leaching project. The demonstration set as its primary objective providing reliable, detailed performance data to evaluate the feasibility and cost of implementing a full-scale system. Its secondary objective was to demonstrate the effectiveness of the technology in producing a 'clean' soil based on analytical results.
The project included the following steps:
The monograph discusses the results of the pilot plant study and includes the technical information necessary to reproduce the study full-scale. It recommends procedures for successful soil washing at small arms ranges. Remediation of Firing-Range Impact Berms will save you time and money when using in situ technology for soil remediation.
Table of Contents
Executive Summary. Introduction, Soil Washing Treatability Studies. Technology Demonstration. Design and Operation of Hypothetical System. Economic Analysis. Performance and Potential Application. References. Appendices.
Douglas A. Hlousek, Douglas A. Hlousek is a senior project manager with Metcalf & Eddy, Inc. He has over 25 years of experience in construction management, project management, project controls, and estimating. His expertise is in design-build construction, hazardous waste site remediation, underground storage tank remediation, earthwork, site drainage, water distribution, and sewage disposal projects. He has a B.S. in general engineering from the United States Coast Guard Academy, and an A.S. in business management from Fisher College. He received a certification in environmental hazardous waste management at Northeastern University. He is a technical director for Metcalf & Eddy’s NoVOCs innovative technology, providing project control support for the design, pricing structure, and scheduling of NoVOCs in-well stripping projects nationwide. Mr. Hlousek was the program manager for the technology evaluation for Remediation of Lead Contaminated Soils at Small-Arms Firing Ranges Using Mining and Beneficiation Technologies. Mr. Hlousek has presented papers and published articles in the areas of remediation and innovative technologies., Thomas A. Phillips, Thomas A. Phillips is the President of Hydro GeoTech, Inc. where he is a consultant involved in applying technical solutions to environmental problems at industrial plants and military bases. He has a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Maryland. Since 1973, Mr. Phillips has worked in a variety of capacities while employed by the U.S. Bureau of Mines (BOM). In his most recent position, he was research supervisor for the environmental program at the Salt Lake Research Center. In this position, Mr. Phillips supervised 35 researchers who investigated mineralrelated environmental issues. He also led or was part of interagency teams involved in acid-mine drainage using water treatment technologies, mine closures, military base closures, and BOM realignment and environmental planning. Mr. Phillips’ experience