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Biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by BioTrol, Inc.

Biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by BioTrol, Inc.

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Published by Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Minnesota.,
  • Water quality -- Minnesota.,
  • Wood -- Minnesota -- Preservation.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRisk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.), Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program (U.S.), Science Applications International Corporation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17661869M

    Groundwater treatment is unique. Removing the sources of contamination, as we did when we cleaned a river or lake, is only the first step. A groundwater remediation must include cleaning of the body of water itself, the aquifer. The revised and updated edition of Groundwater Treatment Technology provides a complete review of the technologies developed over the past 10 years . In Situ Biological Treatment for Ground Water, Surface Water, and Leachate The main advantage of in situ treatment is that it allows ground water to be treated without being brought to the surface, resulting in significant cost savings.

    A site-specific in-situ treat-ment process development program for a wood preserving site. Proceedings, 5th National Conference on Hazardous Wastes Hazardous Materials, April . On-site biological treatment has been used for groundwater cleanup from industrial and agricultural chemicals. The pump-and-treat efficiency is controlled by retardation of .

    This document provides an overview of remediation of uncontrolled wood preserving sites. It is, in part, a distillation of discussions that took place at a Forum on Wood Preserving Waste that was held in San Francisco, California, in October Information from this workshop has been updated to reflect more recent technological advances. Two important elements of the wood preserving. The Biological Wastewater Treatment series is based on the book Biological Wastewater Treatment in Warm Climate Regions and on a highly acclaimed set of best selling textbooks. This international version is comprised by six textbooks giving a state-of-the-art presentation of the science and technology of biological wastewater treatment. Titles.


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Biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by BioTrol, Inc Download PDF EPUB FB2

APPENDIX QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL EVALUATION BIoTrol Aqueous Biological Treatment of Wood Preserving Site Groundwater INTRODUCTION As a part of the USEPA Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) program, the BioTrol Aqueous Treatment System (BATS) technology was demonstrated at the MacGillis and Gibbs Superfund site in New Brighton.

Biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by BioTrol, Inc.: applications analysis report. Author: Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.) ; Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program (U.S.) ; Science Applications International Corporation.

Get this from a library. Biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by BioTrol, Inc.: applications analysis report. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.]. Biological Treatment of Wood Preserving SITE Groundwater by Biotrol, Inc.

BioTrol's pilot-scale, fixed-film biological Biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by BioTrol system was evaluated for its effectiveness at removing pentachlorophenol from groundwater.

The system employs indigenous microorganisms amended with a specific pentachlorophenol-degrading bacterium. Economics of the process are also assessed.

A wood preserving facility in New Brighton, MN, was selected for pilot-scale evaluation of the technology. The site has Printed on Recycled Paper been used for wood treatment with creo- sote, pentachlorophenol, and chromated copper arsenate since the s.

Biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by BioTrol, Inc.: applications analysis report. By Science Applications International Corporation., Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program (U.S.) and Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.).

Section 1 Executive Summary Introduction BioTrol, Inc.'s Aqueous Treatment System (BATS) has been used to treat a pentachlorophenol-contaminated ground- water stream at a site on the Superfund National Priorities List.

BioTrol, Inc. Chaska, Minnesota BioTroI's pilot scale, fixed-film biological system was evaluated, under the EPA's SITE program, for its effectiveness at removing pentachlorophenol from groundwater.

The demonstration was performed in the summer of at a wood preserving site in New Brighton, Minnesota. This report is an evaluation of the Biotrol, Inc.

Aqueous Treatment System (BATS), a fixed-film, aerobic biological treatment process for contaminated groundwaters and other wastewaters. t summarizes and analyzes the results of the Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) Program's six week demonstration at the MacGill is and Gibbs Company wood preserving site in New Brighton, MN.

ther pertinent data from BioTrol. Contaminated groundwater and surface water have posed a great challenge in restoring wood preserving sites to beneficial use.

Often contaminated groundwater plumes extend far beyond the legal property limits, adversely impacting drinking water supplies and crop lands. To contain, treat and/or remediate these valueable resources is an important parrt of.

WHAT IS BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF WATER. Water used for drinking and household use, even water from a ground water supply, should be treated before it is used to ensure it is safe and aesthetically pleasing.

One innovative method of water treatment is biological water treatment. Biological treatment has been used in Europe. Pentachlorophenol (PCP) was first produced during the s as a biocide for use by the wood-preserving industry. Since then, it also has been used as a fungicide, bactericide, herbicide, molluscicide, algicide, and insecticide.

Its primary use today, however, is still as a wood-preserving by: 7. Coal tars in soil at a gasworks site in South Eastern Australia led to groundwater contamination with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), mono-aromatic compounds (BTEX) and phenols.

The scope of the study included testwork in laboratory scale bioreactors and evaluation of available commercial groundwater treatment by:   This report provides the in-depth data analysis from the SITE Program's six-week demonstration of BioTrol's Aqueous Treatment System (BATS) at the MacGillis and Gibbs Company wood treatment facility in New Brighton, Minnesota.

he pilot scale (5gpm), fixed-film biological system using a pentachlorophenol-specific bacterium was evaluated at three groundwater. • The BioTrol Aqueous Treatment System (BATS)—a biological water treatment process. • The Slurry Bioreactor (SBR)—a BioTrol biological slurry treatment process conducted in an EIMCO BIOLIFT*m reactor.

The sandy soil at the site, consisting of less than 10 percent of fines, was well suited for treatment by soil washing. Get this from a library. Technology demonstration summary: biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater by BioTrol, Inc.

[United. BioTral Inc., Biological treatment of wood preserving site groundwater, EPA//A/, RD, SITE Application Analysis Report, EPA, Washington.

Google ScholarAuthor: Francesca Bosco, Bernardo Ruggeri, Guido Sassi. On-site biological treatment has been used for groundwater cleanup from industrial and agricultural chemicals.

The pump-and-treat efficiency is controlled by retardation of contaminants by sorption onto the saturated subsurface solids and by the presence of non-aqueous-phase liquids in the by: This is accomplished through technology demonstrations designed to provide engineering and cost data on selected technolo- gies.

This project consisted of a demonstration of BioTrol, Inc.'s sequence of three processes for treatment of contaminated soil. It consists of (1) soil washing to wash and segregate coarse.

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Soil Recycling through biological treatment (landfarming or controlled aeration); 5. In-Situ Treatment of contaminated soil 4nd groundwater. BioTrol, Inc. • Carnegie Center, Suite • Prinqstorl () Fax () ; The MacGillis and Gibbs wood preserving site in New Brighton, Minnesota was the location for the.

BioTrol soil washing system for treatment of a wood preserving site, applications analysis report. EPA//A/ EPA//A/ Cincinnati, Ohio: Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

76 by: Biological processes. [Harry Freeman; P R Sferra;] Robert C. Ahlert --Site demonstration of biological treatment of groundwater by Biotrol, Inc. at a wood preserving site in New Brighton, MN Microbial remediation of landfill liquids \/ E.S. Venkataramani, Robert C. Ahlert -- Site demonstration of biological treatment of groundwater by.