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> 25 Years of Contaminated Land Management - Achievements and Work Still to Be Done

Panel 2: From Site Screening to Redevelopment, Progress in Every Step
Sponsored by: European Soil and Groundwater Remediation Information System (EUGRIS), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, The Network for Industrially Contaminated Land in Europe (NICOLE), and ConSoil 2005

Originally Held October 4, 2005, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM, EDT (14:00-15:30 GMT)
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Links to Additional Resources
Today's Presentations
Streamlining Sampling and Analysis to Support Site Cleanup The Triad Approach
Daniel M. Powell, US EPA
PPT (537KB)
Color PDF (415KB)
B&W PDF (426KB)
Deciding on soil remediation: approaches and trends
Arthur de Groof, NL
PPT (310KB)
Color PDF ( 96KB)
B&W PDF ( 57KB)
In situ soil remediation technologies and site reuse
Carlos Pachon, US EPA
PPT (3.10MB)
Color PDF (1.32MB)
B&W PDF (1.17MB)
25 years of advancement in understanding biological processes in remediation: the impossible becomes possible
Paul Bardos / Phil Morgan, Richard Swannell, Gordon Lethbridge, UK, Frédéric Perie, corporate environmental department/NICOLE
PPT (3.27MB)
Color PDF (406KB)
B&W PDF (385KB)
Additional Tools and Resources
Streamlining Sampling and Analysis to Support Site Cleanup The Triad Approach
Daniel M. Powell, US EPA
Deciding on soil remediation: approaches and trends
Arthur de Groof, NL
In situ soil remediation technologies and site reuse
Carlos Pachon, US EPA
25 years of advancement in understanding biological processes in remediation: the impossible becomes possible
Paul Bardos / Phil Morgan, Anja Sinke, Richard Swannell, Martin Bittens, Gordon Lethbridge, UK
  • Risk Based Approach
  • Management of microbiological processes
    • Alexander, M. (1999) Biodegradation and Bioremediation 2nd Edn, Academic Press ISBN 0120498618
    • Atlas, R.M. and Bartha R. (1998) Microbial Ecology Fundamentals & Applications. 4th Edn Benjamin/Cummings Inc. ISBN: 0805306552
    • Barth, J.A.C., Slater, G., Schüth, C., Bill, M., Downey, A., Larkin, M. and Kalin, R.M. (2002) Carbon Isotope Fractionation during Aerobic Biodegradation of Trichloroethene by Burkholderia cepacia G4: a Tool To Map Degradation Mechanisms. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 68, 1728-1734.
    • Hendrickson, E.R., Payne, J.A., Young, R.M., Starr, M.G., Perry, M.P., Fahnestock, S., Ellis, D.E. and Ebersole, R.C. (2002). Molecular Analysis of Dehalococcoides 16S Ribosomal DNA from Chloroethene-Contaminated Sites throughout North America and Europe. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 68, 485-495.
    • Hunkerler, D., Butler, B.J., Aravena, R. and Barker, J.F. (2001). Monitoring Biodegradation of Methyl tert-Butyl Ether (MTBE) Using Compound-Specific Carbon Isotope Analysis. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35, 676-681.
  • Carriers
    • Bayer-Raich, M., Jarsö, J., Liedl, R., Ptak, T. and Teusch, G. (2004): Average contaminant concentration and mass flow in aquifers from time dependent pumping well data: analytical framework. Water Resour. Res. 40, W08303, DOI: 10.1029/2004WR003095.
    • Ertel, T. et al (2004) Integrated Concept for Groundwater remediation (control planes). EC Framework 5 Programme Project Final report, EC, DGXII, Rue de la Loi, Brussels, www.cordis.lu and www.umweltwirtschaft-uw.de/incore/summary.htm
    • Jarsö, J., Ptak, T., Bayer-Raich, M. and Holder, T. (2003): Uncertainties in contaminant plume characterizations based on concentration measurements in pumping wells: The Stuttgart River Neckar Valley Site. ModelCare 2002: A Few Steps Closer to Reality, IAHS Publication No. 277, 351-358.
    • NATO/CCMS Pilot Study (1998) Evaluation of Demonstrated and Emerging Technologies for the Treatment of Contaminated Land and Groundwater (Phase III); Treatment Walls and Permeable Reactive Barriers, Number 229. EPA 542-R-98-003
  • Electron Acceptors
    • Middeldorp, P.J.M., Luijten, M.L.G.C., van de Pas, B.A., van Eekert, M.H.A., Kengen, S.W.M., Schraa, G. and Stams, A.J.M. (1999). Anaerobic microbial reductive dehalogenation of chlorinated ethenes. Bioremed. J. 3, 151-169.
    • Otten, A., Alphenaar, a., Pijls, C., Spuij, F and de Wit, H. (1997) In situ soil remediation. Soil and Environment, Volume 6. Kluwer Acad. Pub., Dordrecht. ISBN 0792346351
  • Monitored natural attenuation
    • API (1999). Characteristics of dissolved petroleum hydrocarbon plumes. Soil & Groundwater Technical Taskforce Technical Summary (prepared by C.J. Newell and J.A. Connor, Groundwater Services Inc). American Petroleum Institute.
    • Mace, R.E., Fisher, R.S., Welch, D.M. and Parra, S.P. (1997). Extent, mass and duration of hydrocarbon plumes from leaking petroleum storage tank sites in Texas. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, Geologic Circular 97-1.
    • National Research Council (2000) Natural Attenuation for Groundwater Protection. National Academy Press, Washington DC.
    • Newell, C.J. and Connor, J.A. (1998). Characteristics of dissolved hydrocarbon plumes: results of four studies. In: Proceedings 1998 Conference on Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Groundwater. Houston, Texas, USA.
  • Fungi and Plants
    • Bardos, R.P., French, C., Lewis, A., Moffat, A. and Nortcliff, S. (2001) Marginal Land Restoration Scoping Study: Information Review and Feasibility Study. ISBN 0953309029. LQM Press, Nottingham
    • Holroyd, M.L. and Caunt, P. (1994) Fungal processing: a second generation biological treatment for the degradation of recalcitrant organics in soil. Land Contamination Reclamation 2 (4) 183-188.
    • United States Environmental Protection Agency (2005) Evaluation of Phytoremediation for Management of Chlorinated Solvents in Soil and Groundwater Prepared by the RTDF Phytoremediation of Organics Action Team Chlorinated Solvents Workgroup. www.rtdf.org and www.clu-in.org
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