Accession Number : ADA186279
Title : In Situ Biological Treatment Test at Kelly Air Force Base. Volume 3. Appendices.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 1 Jun 85-31 May 87,
Corporate Author : SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL CORP MCLEAN VA
Personal Author(s) : Wetzel, Roger S ; Durst, Connie M ; Davidson, Donald H ; Sarno, Douglas J
PDF Url : ADA186279
Report Date : Jul 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 211
Abstract : The objective of this project was to field-test in situ biological degradation for removal of organic contaminants from soils and groundwater. In situ biological degradation involves stimulation of the indigenous subsurface microbial population by the addition of nutrients and an oxygen source (hydrogen peroxide) to promote degradation of organic contaminants present in soils and groundwater. The results of the test at Kelly AFB allowed for a number of conclusions regarding in situ treatment. The low and variable permeabilities at the test site resulted in a slower delivery of nutrients and oxygen source than anticipated, as well as difficult operating conditions, but did not prevent degradation from occuring. This volume III report includes, in Appendix form, the analytical data collected during the demonstration project and analytical methods used.
Descriptors : *BIODETERIORATION, *WASTE TREATMENT, AIR FORCE FACILITIES, CONTAMINANTS, DEGRADATION, DEMONSTRATIONS, HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, MICROORGANISMS, NUTRIENTS, ORGANIC MATERIALS, OXYGEN, REMOVAL, SOILS, SOURCES, STIMULATION(GENERAL), SUBSURFACE, TEST FACILITIES, WATER POLLUTION, WATER TREATMENT
Subject Categories : Solid Wastes Pollution and Control
Water Pollution and Control
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE