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Bioreactor and Ex Situ Biological Treatment Technologies - 5(5)

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Title: Bioreactor and Ex Situ Biological Treatment Technologies - 5(5)
Author: Andrea; Alleman, Bruce C., Leeson
ISBN: 1574770780 / 9781574770780
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 256
Publisher: Battelle Press
Year: 1999
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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Although in situ approaches have been the focus of much of current bioremediation practice, many site- and wastestream- remediation challenges are best met by applying bioreactos and other ex-situ treatment technologies, either singly or sometimes in combination with other technologies. Such engineered systems for the treatment of vapor, water, slurries, and soils are the focus of this volume, which covers a number of treatment technologies such as slurry reactors, compost reactors, biopiles, packed-bed reactors, vapor-phase reactors, and biofilters. Articles cover a number of technologies and media, as well as a wide variety of contaminants, among them arsenic, TPHs, MTBE, heavy metals, solvents, and other wastes. This book is one of eight volumes of the proceedings of the 1999 International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium held in San Diego, April 1999.

Foreword

Chapter 1 : Soil and Water Remediation Around the Warehouse in Borne Sulinowo
Chapter 2 : A Combined Removal of Oil, Toxic Metals, and Arsenic from Contaminated Soils
Chapter 3 : Bioremediation of Oil-Contaminated Soil in Kuwait
Chapter 4 : Soil Washing and Bioslurry Treatment—Cleanup of A Closed Industrial Site
Chapter 5 : Combined Chemical and Biological Treatment of Mixed Contaminated Soils in Slurry Reactors
Chapter 6 : Influence of Oxygen on The Degradation of TPH-Contaminated Soils
Chapter 7 : Microbial Degradation of Oil-Contaminated Biosludge in A Full-Scale Compost Reactor
Chapter 8 : Optimization of The Biological Treatment of TPH-Contaminated Soils in Biopiles
Chapter 9 : Bioremediation of Diesel-Contaminated Soil Using Pilot-Scale Biopiles
Chapter 10 : Permanent Biopile Facility at Twentynine Palms MCAGCC
Chapter 11 : Development of A New Covering System for The Environmental Control of Biopile in Cold Climate
Chapter 12 : Metabolic Products from Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Oil-Polluted Soil
Chapter 13 : Hydrocarbon Biodegradation in Landfarming Soils Contained in Containers
Chapter 14 : Optimal Design and Operation of Land-Treatment Systems for Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Chapter 15 : Bioremediating PAHs and TPH at The Watervliet Arsenal
Chapter 16 : Regulatory and Management Issues in Prepared-Bed Land Treatment : Libby Groundwater Site
Chapter 17 : The Validity of Ergosterol-Based Fungal Biomass Estimate in Bioremediation
Chapter 18 : Design and Performance Evaluation of Vapor-Phase Biofilters
Chapter 19 : Biomass Distribution in A Vapor-Phase Bioreactor for Toluene Removal
Chapter 20 : Removal of Toluene in A Fungal Vapor-Phase Bioreactor
Chapter 21 : Gas-Phase Biotreatment of MTBE
Chapter 22 : Characterization of Filtering Medium Properties for The Gas-Phase Treatment of Dichlorobenzenes
Chapter 23 : Molecular Monitoring of Microbial Populations During Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils
Chapter 24 : Fermentation of Organic Solid Wastes as A Source of Renewable Energy
Chapter 25 : Conditions and Effects of Microbial Soil Remediation in Solid-State Bioreactors
Chapter 26 : Aerobic Waste Compound Degradation in Packed-Bed Reactors
Chapter 27 : Accelerating Bioremediation Using A Particular Surfactant
Chapter 28 : Effects of Surfactants on Hydrocarbon Biodegradation in Landfarming
Chapter 29 : Stable Carbon Isotope Analysis : A Tool to Monitor Bioremediation Status and Achieve Site Closure
Chapter 30 : Composting Crude Oil-Impacted Soil : Performance Comparison with Land Treatment and Soil Productivity Implications
Chapter 31 : Waste Compound Degradation in Gases and Heavy Metal-Containing Water
Chapter 32 : Biological Treatment of Wastewaters from Pesticide and Starch Manufacture
Chapter 33 : Industrial Dye Decolorization by Laccases from Ligninolytic Fungi

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