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Acid extraction treatment system for treatment of metal contaminated soils

Acid extraction treatment system for treatment of metal contaminated soils

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soil acidity,
  • Soils -- Leaching -- Technological innovations,
  • Soil remediation -- Technological innovations

  • Edition Notes

    StatementStephen W. Paff, Brian E. Bosilovich, and Nicholas J. Kardos
    SeriesEmerging technology summary
    ContributionsBosilovich, Brian E, Kardos, Nicholas J, Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination5 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14965544M

    Final Report: Innovative Treatment and Bank Stabilization of Metals-Contaminated Soils and Tailings along Whitewood Creek, South Dakota EPA Grant Number: RC Subproject: this is subproject number , established and managed by the Center Director under grant R (EPA does not fund or establish subprojects; EPA awards and manages the overall . effective solvent due to high its removal efficiency in extraction of heavy metal, especially hydrochloric acid (HCl),Isoyama,and Wada, Soil washing is a variable treatment alternative for metal contaminated sites chemical extraction to enhance the efficiency of heavy metals extraction.

    contaminated soil. In Situ Physical Treatment of the Vadose Zone-Soil Vapor Extraction Soil vapor extraction (SVE) relies on the volatility of the or-ganic chemical contaminants to enable their separation from the vadose zone soil by vaporization. SVE is mostly applicable Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association Volume 46 May Chemical extraction experiments were conducted to study the effects of three low molecular weight organic acids, including citric, oxalic and tartaric acids, on the extraction efficiency of heavy metals from polluted soils under various conditions. Contaminated soils were collected from two red paddy soils from Chenzhou and Hengyang in Hunan Province.

    Extraction procedure. A modification of the three step BCR sequential extraction method described by Tokalioglu et al. () was applied to 1 g of soil in duplicate. The main modification with respect to Tokalioglu et al. () was that the final extraction step used N HNO 3, rather than aqua is an important difference if one cares about the chemically . Soil Contamination. Two soil samples, which were 1 Kg weight, were taken from the prepared soil, and were spiked with solutions containing CuSO. 4. or NiSO. 4, separately. The laboratory- prepared contaminated soil had the advantage of good homogeneity in terms of consistent heavy metal concen- tration and speciation, soil composition.


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EPA//R/ ACID EXTRACTION TREATMENT SYSTEM FOR TREATMENT OF METAL CONTAMINATED SOILS Prepared by Stephen W. Paff, Brian Bosilovich, and Nicholas J. Kardos Center for Hazardous Materials Research William Pitt Way Pittsburgh, PA Contract No. CR Project Kim Lisa Kreiton Super-fund Technology Demonstration Division.

The Acid Extraction Treatment System (AETS) is intended to reduce the concentrations and/or teachability of heavy metals in contaminated soils so the soil can be returned to the site from which it originated.

The objective of the project was to determine the effectiveness and commercial viability of the process. The report summarized here is an account of the activities.

Research’s (CHMR) Acid Extraction Treatment System (AETS), which is a process for the treatment of soils contaminated with heavy metals.

The project included the development of the process from laboratory-scale proof-of-concept testing through batch pilot-scale tests.

AETS was tested using both surrogate soils and soils removed. The complete report, entitled "SITE Emerging Technologies: Acid Extraction Treatment System for Treatment of Metal Contaminated Soils," (Order No. PB/AS; Cost: $, subject to change) will be available only from: National Technical Information Service Port Royal Road Springfield, VA Summary.

A new process for remediation of heavy metal contaminated soil avoiding the deposition of highly contaminated residue is a combination of organo-acid soil extraction and electrolytic preparation of the leachate which can be reused for by: 5.

The soil remediation experiment was conducted in an apparatus comprising a circulating heavy metal extraction system and an electrochemical adsorption system ().In the extraction system, g of contaminated soils was put into an acrylic sample tube with length and inner diameter of 70 and 50 mm, respectively.

mL of M eluent was continuously circulated through the soil. A column study was also conducted to compare metal leaching with surface and subsurface application of M citric acid to 60 cm long soil columns packed with metal‐contaminated soil.

Results indicated that the uniform distribution of citric acid, applied through the subirrigation system, resulted in a more efficient extraction of metal ions.

1. Introduction. Soil contamination by hazardous metals is currently a serious environmental issue worldwide.

For example, hazardous metals are the most frequent contaminants (%) affecting soil and groundwater in Europe and % of cases of soil contamination are caused by inorganic contaminants (mainly hazardous metals) in China. Removal efficiencies of six heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn) from contaminated clay soils were measured In batchwise extractions.

Between 80 and of Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn could be extracted by hydrochloric acid (HC1) treatment (repeated extractions with N or a single one with 2 N).

N1 extraction percentages varied between 45 and Acid Extraction Treatment System for Treatment of Metal Contaminated Soils (PDF) (58 pp, MB), EPA//R/, Reclamation of Lead from Superfund Waste Material Using Secondary Lead Smelters, Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (PDF) (85 pp, K), EPA//R/, Demonstration Bulletins.

The metal was extracted from the contaminated soil by flushing with a M aqueous solution of an ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) sodium. Pociecha, M. ;Lestan, D. Using electrocoagulation for metal and chelant separation from washing solution after EDTA leaching of Pb, Zn and Cd contaminated soil, Journal of Hazardous Materials.(), CrossRef; Peters, R.W.

Chelant extraction of heavy metals from contaminated soils, Journal of Hazardous Materials. tartaric acid, the exchangeable metal pools; and ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, the non-residual metal pools. Heavy metal assay of harvested biomass of maize grown on unwashed and washed soil samples indicated that metal transfer coefficients, decreased in the order of treatment: ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid acid acid.

Under a Vm-1 voltage gradient and acidic processing(24 d for citric acid, 17 d for lactic acid), a higher electric current was observed in lactic acid than citric acid treatment. Lactic acid. Technology>> Soil, Sediment, Bedrock and Sludge >> Ex Situ Physical/Chemical Treatment (assuming excavation) >> Chemical Extraction: Introduction>> Waste contaminated soil and extractant are mixed in an extractor, thereby dissolving the contaminants.

@article{osti_, title = {Remediation of lead-contaminated soils}, author = {Peters, R W and Shem, L}, abstractNote = {Excavation and transport of soil contaminated with heavy metals has generally been the standard remediation technique for treatment of heavy-metal-contaminated soils.

This approach is not a permanent solution; moreover, off-site shipment and disposal of contaminated soil. The prevalence of heavy metal soil contamination at Army facilities poses a serious threat to human health and the environment.

To address this problem, the US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station in Vicksburg MS is developing a mobile piot‐scale soil washing treatment facility that can be used to remove metals from the contaminated soils.

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) as traditional chelating agent and nitrilo triacetic acid (NTA) as biodegradable chelating agent were used to evaluate the efficiency of leaching in silty-clay-loam soil contaminated with Pb, Cd, and Zn. Soil flushing has been selected at seven which was contaminated with metals.

Superfund sites with metals present; however, at six of those sites, organic contaminants are the Both processes are broadly applicable to a range primary targets.

For metals, soil flushing would of metals. Vitrification uses a hood to capture. Get this from a library.

Acid extraction treatment system for treatment of metal contaminated soils. [Stephen W Paff; Brian E Bosilovich; Nicholas J Kardos; Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program (U.S.)].

Contaminated Soil, Soil Washing, Extraction, Organic Acid, Heavy Metals 1. Introduction The contamination of soils by metals can have long -term env i- The are demand for soil treatment techniques is consequently growing and the development of new low-cost, efficient. The soil is excavated from contaminated sites to a treatment cylinder, with two ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) solution reservoir tanks attached on each side.Soil contamination has led to serious land tenure problems, reduction in land usability for agricultural production; as a consequence, food insecurity is nowadays a global challenge.

Indeed, with rapid population growth across the world, the food demand for consumption has drastically increased and traditional ways of producing food cannot meet with the actual demand.