3 edition of Bioreactor and ex situ biological treatment technologies found in the catalog.
Bioreactor and ex situ biological treatment technologies
International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium (5th 1999 San Diego, Calif.)
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||editors, Bruce C. Alleman and Andrea Leeson.|
|Contributions||Alleman, Bruce C., 1957-, Leeson, Andrea, 1962-|
|LC Classifications||TD192.5 .B556 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
Bioreactors and in situ product recovery techniques for acetone–butanol–ethanol stripping is operated in situ for the recovery of 1-butanol from the fermentation broth and pervaporation is operated as ex situ process for recovering 1-butanol from the The stripping of organic chemicals in biological treatment processes. Environ Prog Cited by: 9. This suggests that CVOCs should be removed before using a biological approach for 1,4-dioxane. Phytoremediation was one of the earliest technologies studied as an in situ treatment option for 1,4-dioxane (Aitchison et al. ), and it has been implemented successfully at 1,4-dioxane sites.
Toxic organic compounds (xenobiotics) pose serious environmental and health risks worldwide. Biological treatment of these materials is severely constrained by their toxic and inhibitory nature and great care is required with respect to the rate at which they are provided to cells. The use of a second, distinct, organic phase in a bioreactor has been shown to provide a virtually foolproof Cited by: Slurry bioreactors are one of the most important types of ad situ and ex situ technique. Treatment of soils and sediments in slurry bioreactors has become one of the best options for the bioremediation of soils polluted by recalcitrant pollutants under controlled environmental conditions [ 17, Cited by:
An Overview of Perchlorate Treatment (Ex Situ) Technologies Regional Water Quality Control Board Los Angeles, CA David A. Tietje Tetra Tech, FW, Inc. E. Deere Avenue Santa Ana, CA [email protected] Vitthal S. Hosangadi, PE Tetra Tech, FW, Inc. E. Deere Avenue Santa Ana, CA vhosangadi. Abstract. The bioremediation of soils polluted with crude oil products is largely used on commercial scale in several countries. Different in situ and ex situ techniques using both indigenous and laboratory-bred microorganisms are used [1, 2].These techniques are also used for bioremediation of soils polluted with toxic heavy metals and arsenic [3, 4].Author: S. N. Groudev.
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International In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation Symposium (5th: San Diego, Calif.). Bioreactor and ex situ biological treatment technologies. Columbus: Battelle Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bruce C Alleman; Andrea Leeson.
Slurry bioreactors offer an ex situ environmentally friendly way for remediating mostly soils and sediments from petrochemical hydrocarbons, tars, creosotes, chlorinated solvents, herbicides, pesticides and explosives or when a solid substrate that is formulated into a slurry is used [4, 6, 25, 26].
Hydrophobic nature of most persistent chemicals makes them sorb to soil or sediments and not easily accessible for : Memory Tekere. This book develops a new bioelectrochemical membrane separation technology and describes its application in wastewater treatment to recover energy and resources.
It provides a valuable reference for researchers developing new technologies for biological wastewater treatment. Bioreactors are a long-term technology. The process may take up to several years.
Trickling Filter Another aerating wastewater treatment is the trickling filter. The trickling filter consists of a bed of highly permeable media, a water distributor, and an underdrain system.
Ex situ bioremediation technologies such as biopile, bioreactors, composting and landfarming have been successfully used in the treatment of hydrocarbon contaminated soils.
This study provides a. The latter involves several steps and exposes the workers to the pollutants. Physical, chemical, biological, and phytoremediation methods have been attempted to destroy pollutants. The selection of the treatment technology may depend on several factors, including cleanup time, maturity of the technology.
The Ex-Situ Packed Bed Bioreactor (PBBR) serves the purpose of reuse and recycling of spent water for larval production and for the treatment of fresh seawater taken into the hatcheries.
This is a key component for the establishment of Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS). In Situ Biological Treatment: In situ treatments can be less expensive than other technologies and produce low contaminant concentrations.
The available data suggest, however, that in situ treatment of explosives might create more mobile intermediates during biodegradation. surface, removing VOCs and metals in an ex-situ treatment process, and discharging the treated water to a nearby stream. In earlyLHAAP’s environmental restoration team took steps to supplement the existing treatment process to remove the perchlorate prior to surface water discharge.
After a File Size: KB. Ex situ biological treatment systems have been successfully developed to treat perchloratecontaminated groundwater (Greene and Pitre, ; Hatzinger et al., Hatzinger et al. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
The ability to add specially adapted microorganisms & cometabolites allow treatment of halogenated VOCs and SVOCs, pesticides, and PCBs. (e.g. otherwise more persistent compounds). Ex-situ bioreactors are favoured over in situ systems for either heterogenous or low permeability soils because the mixing ensures even treatment and faster treatment times.
A recent review indicated the market value of MBR technology to be approximately US$ million inrising at an average annual growth rate of % – significantly faster than other advanced wastewater treatment technologies (e.g.
biological aerated filters and sequencing batch reactors), and also more rapidly than the markets for other Cited by: NASA has developed a new type of bioreactor that artificially grows tissue in cell cultures. NASA's tissue bioreactor can grow heart tissue, skeletal tissue, ligaments, cancer tissue for study, and other types of tissue.
For more information on artificial tissue culture, see tissue engineering. Bioremediation technology, which leads to degradation of pollutants, may be a lucrative and environmentally beneficial alternative.
(Iranzo, et al., ) Two major groups bioremediation treatment techniques are used: in situ and ex situ remediation. While in situ remediation is more cost effective, theFile Size: KB.
Primary Contaminant Treatment: SVOCs, fuel hydrocarbons & any biodegradable organic material. Less effective for some pesticides. Some success has been seen with halogenated compounds e.g.
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• Table 1 describes ex situ remediation and treatment technologies for GW, DW, and WW. • Table 2 describes in situ remediation and treatment technologies. This fact sheet classifies technologies in three levels based on technology development status and treatment effectiveness (see Figure 1).
Firstly, due to bioreactor being ex situ technique, the volume of polluted soil or other substances to be treated may be too large, requiring more manpower, capital and safety measures for transporting pollutant to treatment site, therefore, making this particular technique cost ineffective (Philp and Atlas ).
Secondly, due to several Cited by: Bioreactor Configurations for Ex-Situ Treatment of Perchlorate: A Review Paul M. Sutton ABSTRACT: The perchlorate anion has been detected in the drinking water of millions of people living in the United States.
At perchlorate levels equal to or greater than 1 mg/L and where the water is not immediately used. Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) IN SITU AND EX SITU BIOREMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES P2 - Duration: In-Situ Biological Treatment of Contaminated Soil - Duration.