Chelating Agents for Land Decontamination Technologies

Edited By Daniel C.W. Wang, Irene M.C. Lo and Rao Y. Surampalli
ASCE

This text examines the application of chelating agents for the treatment of soil contaminated with metals.
Remediation can be costly and chelating agents are an attractive new technology for land decontamination because they enhance metal extraction from contaminated soil or sediment and facilitate metal mobility in subsurface soils.
Process fundamentals, engineering applications, and recent advances are covered in the book. It is ideal for engineers, scientists, and professionals working with contaminated land remediation.

2012/284 pages
Catalog #T1095

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Economics of Ground Water Remediation and Protection

by Paul E. Hardisty and Ece Ozdemiroglu
CRC Press

With a hydrogeologist and economist serving as authors, this book integrates economics and cost-benefit analysis tools with protection and remediation strategies for groundwater resources. The book details the types of risks and impacts caused by groundwater contamination and the economic benefits of its remediation. It reviews a wide range of cost and implementation issues, and expectations of success for the latest remediation trends and techniques. It also includes real-world examples and case studies of economic analysis and remediation projects and introduces innovative methods of funding remediation, education, and incentive programs.

2005 / 336 pages
Catalog #T1032

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Remediation Technologies Handbook

by Jay H. Lehr
John Wiley & Sons Inc.

An authoritative reference, Wiley's Remediation Technologies Handbook provides scientists and regulators with an all-in-one thoroughly researched, up-to-date collection of general, patented, and trademarked remediation technologies. It lists the 368 chemicals and chemical groups that pose the greatest environmental risks, along with brief summaries and case studies of proven remediation technologies. Jay H. Lehr, Ph.D., has worked extensively with the federal government to develop key environmental regulations regarding surface water and groundwater.

2004 / 1271 pages
Catalog #T1014

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Water Well Rehabilitation and Reconstruction

by Georg Houben and Christoph Treskatis
McGraw Hill

This book is an all-in-one guide to monitoring, identifying, and solving problems related to aging water wells. Filled with examples from around the world, the reference provides scientific background needed to understand well aging and to perform effective rehabilitation, reconstruction, and monitoring. The book is a comprehensive guide to the mechanical, chemical, and microbiological aging processes of water wells. Along with the state-of-the-art methods, also covered are legal and environmental issues such as the transport application and disposal of chemicals.

2007 / 391 pages
Catalog #T1050

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