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Remediation of Firing Range Impact Berms

1st Edition

By C. H. Ward

CRC Press

416 pages

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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:

  • Bench scale treatability studies of prospective soils

  • Selection of a demonstration site

  • Pilot plant equipment design, installation, and shakedown

  • Execution of the demonstration at the selected DOD site

  • Preparation of the Final Technical Report (FTR) and the Technology Evaluation Report (TER)

    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

    Project Overview

    Site Identification

    General Description of Pilot Plant

    Full-Scale Plant Economics

    Soil Washing Treatability Studies

    Particle Sizing and Gravity Separation

    Attrition Scrubbing of Miramar Soil

    Hydrocyclone Tests

    Summary of Physical Treatment Studies

    Chemical Treatment-Leaching

    Leaching Treatability Studies

    Flowsheet Design

    Technology Demonstration

    Test Site Description

    Pilot Plant Description and Design

    Pilot System Fabrication

    Project Execution

    Design and Operation of Hypothetical System

    Remedial Objectives

    Engineering Design

    Economic Analysis

    Introduction

    Assumption

    Cost Analysis for a Hypothetical Site

    Maximizing Treatment Rate

    Potential Effects on Cost or Performance

    Performance and Potential Application

    Operability of the Technology

    Applicable Wastes

    Advantage of the Designed Soil Washing System

    Site Characteristics Suitable for the Technology

    Materials Handling Requirements

    Limitations of the Technology

    Objectives and Performance as Compared to ARAR

    Personnel Requirements

    Training

    Health and Safety

    References

    Monograph References

    Related References

    Appendices

    Appendix A: Treatability Study Results

    Appendix B: Demonstration Process Flowsheet

    Appendix C: Operating Rates and Mass Balance for NAS Miramar Pilot Plant

    Appendix D: Supporting Calculations for Equipment Capacities

    Appendix E: Pilot Plant Photographs

    Daily Log and Results of Feed Rate Tests

    Appendix F: Analytical Discussion

    Appendix G: Process Control and Monitoring Data

    Appendix H: Process Flowsheet for Full-Scale Plant

    Appendix I: Equipment Calculations for Full-Scale Plant

    Appendix J: Design Figures for Full-Scale Plant

    Appendix K: Cost Analysis Backup Data

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    Subject Categories

    BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
    SCI026000
    SCIENCE / Environmental Science
    TEC003000
    TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / General