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Page: Biological Treatment
Soil, Sediment, Bedrock and Sludge Treatment Technologies{} {}Biological Treatment{} (FRTR 2001) \\ Biopiles, Ex Situ Bioventing, In Situ Composting, Ex Situ Enhanced Bioremediation, In Situ Landfarming, Ex Situ Phytoremediation, In Situ Slurry Phase, Ex Situ&nbsp
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Page: Biopiles
Biopiles, ex situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Excavated soils are mixed with soil amendments and placed in aboveground enclosures. Itis an aerated static pile composting process in which compost is formed into piles and aerated with blowers or vacuum pumps.&nbsp ...
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Page: Bioventing
Bioventing, in situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Oxygen is delivered to contaminated unsaturated soils by forced air movement (either extraction or injection of air) to increase oxygen concentrations and stimulate biodegradation.  \\ \\ Typical bioventing system (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ !Picture2.png border ...
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Page: Chemical Extraction
Chemical Extraction, Ex Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Waste contaminated soil and extractant are mixed in an extractor, thereby dissolving the contaminants. The extracted solution is then placed in a separator, where the contaminants and extractant are separated for treatment and further use. Two main ...
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Page: Chemical Oxidation
Chemical Oxidation, In Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Oxidation chemically converts hazardous contaminants to nonhazardous or less toxic compounds that are more stable, less mobile, and/or inert. The oxidizing agents most commonly used are ozone, hydrogen peroxide, hypochlorites, chlorine ...
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Page: Composting
Composting, ex situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Contaminated soil is excavated and mixed with bulking agents and organic amendments such as wood chips, hay, manure, and vegetative (e.g., potato) wastes. Proper amendment selection ensure adequate porosity and provides a balance ...
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Page: Enhanced Bioremediation
Enhanced Bioremediation, in situ biostimulation, bioaugmentation, enhanced biodegradation (FRTR 2001) \\ Introduction: The activity of naturally occurring microbes is stimulated by circulating waterbased solutions through contaminated soils to enhance in situbiological degradation of organic contaminants or immobilization of inorganic contaminants. Nutrients ...
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Page: Landfarming
Landfarming, ex situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Contaminated soil, sediment, or sludge is excavated, applied into lined beds, and periodically turned over or tilled to aerate the waste. \\ \\ Typical Landfarming Treatment Unit (FRTR 2001) \\ \\   !Picture7.png border=1 ...
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Page: Physical and Chemical Treatment
Soil, Sediment, Bedrock and Sludge Treatment Technologies{} {}Physical/Chemical Treatment{} (FRTR 2001) \\ Chemical Extraction, Ex Situ Chemical Oxidation, In Situ Chemical Reduction/Oxidation, Ex Situ Dehalogenation, Ex Situ Electrokinetic Separation, In Situ Fracturing ...
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Page: Phytoremediation
Phytoremediation, in situ: vegetationenhanced bioremediation (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Phytoremediation is a process that uses plants to remove, transfer, stabilize, and destroy contaminants in soil and sediment. Contaminants may be either organic or inorganic. The mechanisms of phytoremediation include enhanced rhizosphere biodegradation, phytoextraction ...
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