Table 11158 Effectiveness Of Apeg Treatment On General Contaminant Groups For Various Matrices

Effectiveness

Contaminant Groups

Sediments

Oils

Soil

Sludge

Organic

Halogenated volatiles Halogenated semivolatiles Nonhalogenated volatiles Nonhalogenated semivolatiles PCBs

Pesticides (halogenated) Dioxins/Furans Organic cyanides Organic corrosives

Inorganic

Volatile metals Nonvolatile metals Asbestos

Radioactive materials Inorganic corrosives Inorganic cyanides

Reactive

Oxidizers Reducers

■ Demonstrated Effectiveness: Successful treatability test at some scale completed ▼ Potential Effectiveness: Expert opinion that technology will work □ No Expected Effectiveness: Expert opinion that technology will not work

Source: Reprinted, from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 1990, Engineering Bulletin: Chemical dehalogena-tion treatment: APEG treatment (EPA 540-2-90-015, Office of Research and Development, Cincinnati, Oh. [September]).

Reagent

FIG. 11.15.12 BCD process flow schematic. (Reprinted, from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1992, BCD detoxification of chlorinated wastes. Office of Research and Development, Cincinnati, Oh. [September].)

Reagent

FIG. 11.15.12 BCD process flow schematic. (Reprinted, from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1992, BCD detoxification of chlorinated wastes. Office of Research and Development, Cincinnati, Oh. [September].)

not condensed. In the washer (6), soil is neutralized by the addition of acid. It is then dewatered (8) before disposal.

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