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Page: 1. Biological Treatment
Ground Water, Surface Water, and Leachate: Biological Treatment (FRTR 2001) \\ Bioreactors, Ex Situ Constructed Wetlands, Ex Situ Enhanced Bioremediation, In Situ Monitored Natural Attenuation, In Situ Phytoremediation, In Situ
Other labels: leachate, narrative-text, remediation-methods, biological-treatment, biotechnology
Page: 2. Physical and Chemical Treatment
Ground Water, Surface Water, and Leachate: Physical/Chemical Treatment (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Air Sparging, In Situ Bioslurping, In Situ Chemical Oxidation, InSitu Directional Wells, InSitu Dual Phase Extraction, InSitu Hydrofracturing, In Situ InWell Air Stripping ...
Other labels: leachate, narrative-text, physical-treatment, remediation-methods, chemical-treatment, biotechnology, technology
Page: 2 Basic process of waste water purification in the sewage plant
Here mechanical and biological purification methods are discussed. Classical combination of methods for waste water purification: !UBT413AbwasserreinigungSchema.jpg border=1! {}Waste water purification steps: material examples separation/removal/purification coarse bulk material wood, cans, dead ...
Other labels: steps, waste, overview, table, narrative-text, methods, biotechnology, sewage-treatment-plants
Page: 3. Containment
Ground Water, Surface Water, and Leachate: Containment (FRTR 2001) \\ Deep Well Injection Physical Barriers
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Page: Air Sparging
Air Sparging, In Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Air is injected into saturated matrices to remove contaminants through volatilization. \\ \\ Typical Air Sparging System (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ !Picture01.png border=1! http://www.frtr.gov/matrix2/section4/D01434.html \\ \\ Air Sparging: applicability, duration ...
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Page: Bioslurping
Bioslurping, In Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Deep well injection is a liquid waste disposal technology. This alternative uses injection wells to place treated or untreated liquid waste into geologic formations that have no potential to allow migration of contaminants into potential potable ...
Other labels: figure, narrative-text, physical-treatment, remediation-methods, bioslurping, biotechnology
Page: Chemical Oxidation, In Situ
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 ...
Other labels: figure, narrative-text, oxidation, remediation-methods, chemical-treatment, biotechnology
Page: Constructed Wetlands
Constructed Wetland, Ex Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: The constructed wetlandsbased treatment technology uses natural geochemical and biological processes inherent in an artificial wetland ecosystem to accumulate and remove metals, explosives, and other contaminants from influent waters ...
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Page: Deep Well Injection
Deep Well Injection (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Deep well injection is a liquid waste disposal technology. This alternative uses injection wells to place treated or untreated liquid waste into geologic formations that have no potential to allow migration of contaminants into potential ...
Other labels: figure, narrative-text, remediation-methods, containment, deep-well-injection, biotechnology
Page: Directional Wells
Directional Wells, In Situ (FRTR 2001) \\ \\ Introduction: Drilling techniques are used to position wells horizontally, or at an angle, to reach contaminants not accessible by direct vertical drilling. Directional drilling may be used to enhance other insitu or inwell technologies such as ground ...
Other labels: figure, narrative-text, physical-treatment, remediation-methods, directional-wells, air-stripping, biotechnology
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