Title

In Situ Bioremediation Methods for Petroleum Pollutants in Soil: A Training Manual for Construction Companies

Date of Award

3-4-2008

Document Type

Capstone Project

Disciplines

Environmental Policy & Mgmt

Degree Name

Master of Env Policy Mgmt

Department

Environmental Policy And Management

Advisor

John Hill

Keywords

Bioremediation; In Situ Bioremediation; Petroleum Pollutants; Site Investigation; Soil

Abstract

Construction companies are interested in adopting environmental methods, such as in situ bioremediation, when conducting remediation at petroleum contaminated sites. This interest is due to both the cost benefits associated with in situ bioremediation methods and the environmental movement. This project creates a comprehensive manual comprised of information about site investigations, treatability studies, design, and implementation of in situ bioremediation at petroleum contaminated sites. The training manual also provides information about regulatory requirements and permitting for petroleum contaminated sites.

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