Investigation of Hydrocarbon Solvents in Groundwater

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ii ABSTRACT A comprehensive survey of water undertakings in the UK was initiated to establish the current situation regarding the potential contamination of groundwaters with volatile chlorinated hydrocarbon solvents. There is little relevant UK data in the published journals. The principal compounds normally present in contaminated ground- waters have been established from survey responses and by reviewing the available literature emanating from overseas. This has been supplemented by direct contact with US and European water agencies. The literature regarding possible control strategies and viable treatment methods
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Unformatted text preview: has been criticially reviewed and the current state of knowledge is presented. Available evidence suggests that countercurrent packed column aeration offers many advantages over alternative treatment techniques and this topic is afforded extensive coverage under Section 3.2. us, UK and European treatment experiences are reported and state- ments of current national research programmes are given. Selected abstractions in the Midlands and Thames areas were sampled and analysed over a ten week period during May-August 1984. Treatment system design and castings have been evaluated for selected groundwater systems....
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course CIVL 306455301 taught by Professor Mudiliu during the Three '09 term at University of Sydney.

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