Impacts of sorption on in situ bioremediation of explosives-contaminated soils

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U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station , [Vicksburg, Miss
Soils, Explosives, Military -- Environmental aspects, In situ bioremediation, Soil poll
Statementby Judith C. Pennington ... [et al.] ; prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
SeriesTechnical report -- IRRP-95-1., Technical report (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) -- IRRP-95-1.
ContributionsPennington, Judith C., United States. Army. Corps of Engineers., U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station., Installation Restoration Research Program.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 44 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17601017M

Soils contaminated with munitions residues. In conjunction with site investigations, bio-logical treatment studies have been under-taken to evaluate the potential for full scale remediation.

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This paper evaluates the re-sults of 15 bioremediation treatability stud-ies conducted at eight sites for explosives-contaminated soils and the full scale re-File Size: KB. The soil slurry reactor removed the explosive contaminants present in the soil within three weeks of incubation period.

The in situ treatment method also removed all the explosives present in the soil, but the treatment time was approximately 12 months. Each of the bioremediation methods described in this study has advantages and by: Bioremediation technologies for soil Composting – addition of moisture and nutrients, regular mixing for aeration Biopiles – ex-situ aeration of soil Bioventing – in-situ aeration of soil Land treatment – application of organic materials to natural soils followed by irrigation and tilling.

This paper evaluates the results of 15 bioremediation treatability studies conducted at eight sites for explosives-contaminated soils, and discusses the full scale remedial implementation status.

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In situ bioremediation of soil contaminated with explosives was studied using columns packed with contaminated soil. Several operating strategies were investigated, including continuous flooding of the soil column with dilute molasses or succinate solution, and periodic operating cycles consisting of flooding followed by draining and by: bioremediation of explosives contaminated soils located on grounds used for military activities offers an additional challenge with respect of the very availability of the soil itself, when it has.

In Situ Bioremediation There are two major types of in situ bioremediation: in- trinsic and enhanced. Both rely on natural processes to degrade contaminants with (enhanced) or without (in- trinsic) amendments.

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After the laboratory phase, not only is their effectivity tested under application-ori-File Size: KB. Two soils with explosives and metals were evaluated for the degradation efficiency of explosives by native microorganisms under anaerobic conditions. The commercially available method Daramend®, amended with zero-valent iron (ZVI), was compared with a horse-manure-amended compost and a treatment with ZVI alone.

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