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Rapid worldwide industrialization and population growth is going to lead to an extensive environmental pollution. Therefore, so many people are currently suffering from the water shortage induced by the respective pollution, as well as poor air quality and a huge fund is wasted in the world each year due to the relevant problems. Environmental remediation necessitates implementation of novel materials and technologies, which are cost and energy efficient. Nanomaterials, with their unique chemical and physical properties, are an optimum solution. Accordingly, there is a strong motivation in seeking nano-based approaches for alleviation of environmental problems in an energy efficient, thereby, inexpensive manner. Thanks to a high porosity and surface area presenting an extraordinary permeability (thereby an energy efficiency) and selectivity, respectively, nanofibrous membranes are a desirable candidate. Their functionality and applicability is even promoted when adopting a nanocomposite strategy. In
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Nanoscale zerovalent iron (nZVI) is the most widely used nanomaterial for environmental remediation. The impacts of nZVI on terrestrial organisms have been recently reported, and in particular, plant growth was promoted by nZVI treatment in various concentrations. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate the detailed physiological and biochemical responses of plants toward nZVI treatment for agricultural application. Here, the effects of nZVI on photosynthesis and related biochemical adaptation of soil-grown Arabidopsis thaliana were examined. After treatment with 500 mg nZVI/kg soil, the plant biomass increased by 38% through enhanced photosynthesis, which was confirmed by the gas-exchange system, carbon isotope ratio and chlorophyll content analysis. Besides, the iron uptake of the plant increased in roots and leaves. The magnetic property measurements and transmission electron microscopy showed that the transformed particles were accumulated in parts of the plant tissues. The accumulation of
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Dr. Paolo Mussone has been appointed Applied Bio/Nanotechnology Industrial Research chair, a new position within NAITs School of Sustainable Building and Environmental Management.. Working closely with industry partners in the resource extraction, environmental remediation and bioeconomy sectors, and in collaboration with other post-secondary institutions and research centres across Alberta, Mussone is focused on developing and prototyping marketable technology using emerging nano- and biotechnologies. This applied research will support the regional energy sector with the goal of improving operational efficiencies, reducing emissions and accelerating environmental remediation.. Prior to coming to NAIT, Mussone was a processing engineering team lead at Ingenuity Lab, a partnership between the University of Alberta, Alberta Innovates Technology Futures and the National Research Council of Canada.. Mussone has a PhD in Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science from the University of Manchester ...
A new laser-based technique developed by the Institute of Materials Science (ICMAB-CSIC) uses urea, a common substance in the chemical industry and a low-cost alternative to noble metal co-catalysts, to enable a more efficient, one-step production of hybrid graphene-based organic-inorganic composite layers for environmental remediation; photodegradation of antibiotic contaminants from wastewater. The composition and chemical bonds of the urea-enriched thin layers were studied in detail using synchrotron light at the ALBA Synchrotron.. Human activity is increasing the amount of pollutants in water and air, as well as in all sorts of materials at home and work place. The existence of antibiotic contamination is undeniably one of the most threatening challenges to date, at a time when antibiotic-resistant bacteria has already been flagged as the next world-wide pandemic crisis.. Semiconductor photocatalysts have long been investigated for environmental remediation because they can degrade or ...
This course will discuss environmental remediation topics including, but not limited to, using plants, microorganisms and substrates (e.g., soil and engineered materials) to improve air, water and soil quality. For example, this course will explore the current sciences and technologies of living walls to improve indoor air quality, green roofs to manage storm water and air pollutants, and constructed wetlands to treat wastewater. Environmental remediation is, by nature, multidisciplinary, involving chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, landscape design, etc ...
The oxidation studies of a sulfur to a sulfate ion by various oxyhalide oxidants in organic (thiourea, methionine) and inorganic (sulfate, thiophosphate) compounds were carried out in an acidic solution. The optimized result of the oxidation reaction was obtained when a bromate compound (BrO3 − ) as an oxidant and a 3 M HNO3 solvent. The chemical yield for the oxidation of the organic and inorganic sulfur compounds to a sulfate ion was monitored as 80% for thiophosphate, 87% for methionine, and 100% for thiourea and sulfate within 5% RSD. The oxidation of thiourea required at least 1.6 equivalents of the bromate in an acidic solution. In the case of the oxidation of methionine and thiophosphate, the oxidation yield was above 80% if the bromate was used at 20 times that of the substrates. The chemical yield in the paper sample (WypAll) exceeded 100% because of its background sulfur contents (910 ppm). The sulfate ion was quantitatively measured by using GPC and/or LSC counting of 35 S followed ...
Bhopal, August 1, 2013: Three decades after it was shut down, the Union Carbide factory in Bhopal continues to be a real danger to the people of Bhopal. Almost every study done to measure the impact of the waste dumped within and outside the site by UCIL has come up with one conclusion there is large-scale contamination in the soil and water of the area where the factory is located.. In the first initiative of its kind, New Delhi-based research and advocacy body Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has analysed all the studies and their conclusions. CSE released the key findings of its analysis here today at a media briefing. It also released a comprehensive action plan for ridding the site of this contamination.. Between 1969 and 1984, Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) had produced carbamate pesticides and organochlorine formulations. All these years, the toxic wastes and products were being dumped at several locations inside the plant and in the solar evaporation pond (SEP) outside. After ...
The Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) at Villigen (Switzerland) operates the most powerful accelerator facility in Europe. Due to the increasing quantities of accelerator waste with almost unknown radionuclide inventory, the development of new radio-analytical methods is an urgent task. Besides the characterization by γ-measurements and dose rate determinations, also the investigation of long-lived radionuclides, being probably essential for a final disposal, is required from Swiss authorities. Chemical separation is necessary for the determination of the majority of these isotopes. As a representive example for such studies, the analytics of a beam dump assembly is introduced. Samples were taken from the target E beam dump station from the 590 MeV proton accelerator facility. The content of several radionuclides with half-lives between 2 and 107 years was determined by γ-spectrometry and, after chemical separation, by Liquid Scintillation Counting (LSC) as well as Accelerator Mass Spectrometry ...
The area of indoor air quality seems somewhat esoteric or non-descript. What is indoor air quality and why should we care? It might help to equate air to water to make sense of what else follows in this article. We know that water (H2O) is best if it is pure. It is healthier when it is pure. We can add things to water that are good, but may be enhance the health benefits ... like sugar or carbonation. And, we can make tea, coffee, and additives our bodies might like.
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Methods for accelerating nitrate reduction using zerovalent iron at near-neutral pH. T2 - Effects of H2-reducing pretreatment and copper deposition. AU - Liou, Y. H.. AU - Lo, S. L.. AU - Lin, C. J.. AU - Hu, C. Y.. AU - Kuan, W. H.. AU - Weng, S. C.. PY - 2005/12/15. Y1 - 2005/12/15. N2 - Both surface treatments, H2-reducing pretreatment at 400 °C and the deposition of copper as a catalyst, were attempted to enhance the removal of nitrate (40 (mg N) L-1) using zerovalent iron in a HEPES buffered solution at a pH of between 6.5 and 7.5. After the iron surface was pretreated with hydrogen gas, the removal of the passive oxide layers that covered the iron was indicated by the decline in the oxygen fraction (energy dispersive X-ray analysis) and the overlap of the cyclic polarization curves. The reaction rate was doubled, and the lag of the early period disappeared. Then, the deposition of copper onto freshly pretreated iron promoted nitrate degradation more effectively than that ...
Nanoscale zerovalent iron (NZVI) that was aged in simulated groundwater was evaluated for alterations in composition and speciation over 6 months to understand the possible transformations NZVI could undergo in natural waters. NZVI was exposed to 10 mN of various common groundwater anions (Cl-, NO3-, SO42-, HPO42-, and HCO3-) or to dissolved oxygen (saturated, similar to 9 mg/L). Fresh and exposed NZVI samples, along with Fe-oxide model compounds, were then analyzed using synchrotron radiation X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) to yield both relative oxidation state, using the X-ray absorption near edge structure (XANES), and quantitative speciation information regarding the types and proportions of mineral species present, from analysis of the extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS). Over 1 month of aging the dissolved anions inhibited the oxidation of the NZVI to varying degrees. Aging for 6 months, however, resulted in average oxidation states that were similar to each other ...
Palladium-doped nanoscale zerovalent iron (Pd-NZVI) can induce rapid transformations of a variety of pollutants during in situ remediation of contaminated aquifers. Pd-NZVI stabilized with polymeric surface modifiers has shown substantially improved stability and transport compared to bare Pd-NZVI in model s Open access articles recently published in Environmental Science: Nano Environmental Science: Nano 2016 Most Downloaded Articles
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In situ chemical reduction (ISCR) is a new type of environmental remediation technique used for soil and/or groundwater remediation to reduce the concentrations of targeted environmental contaminants to acceptable levels. It is the mirror process of In Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO). ISCR is usually applied in the environment by injecting chemically reductive additives in liquid form into the contaminated area or placing a solid medium of chemical reductants in the path of a contaminant plume. It can be used to remediate a variety of organic compounds, including some that are resistant to natural degradation. The in situ in ISCR is just Latin for in place, signifying that ISCR is a chemical reduction reaction that occurs at the site of the contamination. Like ISCO, it is able to decontaminate many compounds, and, in theory, ISCR could be more effective in ground water remediation than ISCO. Chemical reduction is one half of a redox reaction, which results in the gain of electrons. One of the ...
By Delina Y. Lyon, Timothy M. Vogel (auth.), Hans F. Stroo, Andrea Leeson, C. Herb Ward (eds.). ​This quantity presents a assessment of the prior 10 to fifteen years of extensive learn, improvement and demonstrations which were at the leading edge of constructing bioaugmentation right into a manageable remedial know-how. This quantity presents either a primer at the simple microbial methods taken with bioaugmentation, in addition to a radical precis of the technique for enforcing the know-how. This reference quantity will function a necessary source for environmental remediation execs who search to appreciate, evaluation, and enforce bioaugmentation.. ...
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Dutch Standards are environmental pollutant reference values (i.e., concentrations in environmental medium) used in environmental remediation, investigation and cleanup. Barring a few exceptions, the target values are underpinned by an environmental risk analysis wherever possible and apply to individual substances. In most cases, target values for the various substances are related to a national background concentration that was determined for the Netherlands. Groundwater target values provide an indication of the benchmark for environmental quality in the long term, assuming that there are negligible risks for the ecosystem. For metals a distinction is made between deep and shallow groundwater. This is because deep and shallow groundwater contain different background concentrations. An arbitrary limit of 10 metres has been adopted. The target values shown below are for shallow groundwater, 0 - 10 m depth. The soil remediation intervention values indicate when the functional properties of the ...
The effect of Cl-, CO32-, EDTA, NO2-, NO3-, PO43-, SO42-, and humic substances (HS)on the U(VI)co-precipitation from aqueous solutions by zerovalent iron (ZVI) was investigated in the neutral pH range.Batch experiments without shaking were conducted for 14 days mostly with five different ZVI materials (15 g/l), selected ligands (10mM) and an U(VI) solution (20 mg/l, 0.084mM). Apart from Cl-, all tested ligands induced a decrease ofU(VI)coprecipitation. This decrease is attributed to the surface adsorption and complexation of the ligands at the reactive sites on the surface of ZVI and their corrosion products. The decrease ofU(VI)removal was not uniform with the five ZVI materials. Generally, groundwater with elevated EDTA concentration could not be remediated with the ZVI barrier technology. The response of the system on the pre-treating by two ZVI materials in 250mM HCl indicated that in situ generated corrosion products favor an irreversible U(VI) uptake. Thus for the long term performance of ...
Carboxymethyl cellulose-stabilized sulfidated nano zerovalent iron (CMC-S-nZVI) was tested for its capacity to the removal of Cr(VI) in this study. T
During her more than 20 years at Argonne, M. Cristina Negri conducted and directed laboratory to full-scale multidisciplinary projects developing technologies and concepts for environmental remediation and stewardship, including soil remediation and water treatment. She has researched sustainable technologies for urban environmental improvement.. As well, Cristina works on the integration of bioenergy within working agricultural landscapes to address the food, energy, water, and land nexus. Her work focuses on developing sustainable, multifunctional landscape concepts, which aim, by design, at the creation of ecosystems services. Her interests are in systems approaches where industrial ecology concepts are applied to water and land management and green infrastructure.. Cristina is a Senior Fellow with the Energy Policy Institute at the Harris School and a Fellow of the Institute of Molecular Engineering, both at the University of Chicago. She is also a Fellow of the Northwestern ...
One of the principal components of the environmental remediation program at the Savannah River Site (SRS) is the assessment of ecological risk. Used to support CERCLA, RCRA, and DOE orders, the ecological risk assessment (ERA) can identify environmental hazards and evaluate remedial action alternatives. Ecological risk assessment is also an essential means for achieving DOEs risk based end state vision for the disposition of nuclear material and waste hazards, the decommissioning of facilities, and the remediation of inactive waste units at SRS. The complexity of an ERA ranges from a screening level ERA (SLERA) to a full baseline ERA. A screening level ecological risk assessments, although abbreviated from a baseline risk assessment, is nonetheless considered a complete risk assessment (EPA, 2001a). One of the initial tasks of any ERA is to identify constituents that potentially or adversely affect the environment. Typically, this is accomplished by comparing a constituents maximum concentration in
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The Hanford Nuclear Reservation is located on the 1,243-mile-long Columbia River and sits upstream from drinking water facilities for the Washington Tri-Cities area, tribal lands and many other towns and cities before it empties into the Pacific Ocean.. Built in 1943, this facility is home to the first plutonium production reactor. Hanford is responsible for having manufactured the material used in the first atomic bombs, including the bomb that killed and poisoned scores of thousands in Nagasaki, Japan, on Aug. 9, 1945.. An environmental remediation legal structure called the Tri-Party Agreement governs the cleanup efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency, Washington Department of Ecology, and the U.S. Department of Energy. Bechtel, a construction and engineering firm, is currently overseeing the construction of a vitrification plant that will stabilize the worst of the radioactive materials with glass. Added to the Superfund list in 1989, the cleanup of Hanford is woefully behind its ...
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THE Zambia Mining and Environmental Remediation and Improvement Project (ZMERIP) has commenced phase-one of the lead clean-up in Kabwe targeting townships negatively affected by lead pollution. Mines and Minerals Development Permanent Secretary Barnaby Mulenga said in a statement yesterday that the exercise would start with Kasanda township due to its proximity to the old mine dump ...
This analysis of the environmental consequences of the COPS Methamphetamine Initiative is limited to grant-funded activities. Funding under the Methamphetamine Initiative covers the removal of bottles, cans, jugs, and other containers of hazardous waste as well as the removal of contaminated apparatus and inextricably contaminated articles from a clandestine drug laboratory location. The Methamphetamine Initiative does not cover further cleanup of residual hazardous wastes that may remain at clandestine drug laboratory sites after the removal action is completed. For the purposes of this document, the term environmental remediation refers to the cleanup of residual hazardous wastes that may remain in contaminated structures, soil, or water systems after the removal action is completed. The property owner, State or local health department, or State and local environmental agency would address any residual contamination that may remain at the site after removal actions are completed. This ...
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Photocatalytic decomposition of dangerous organic contaminants using irradiation with sunlight is of great importance for environmental remediation and human health. In this paper Zn2+Me3+ (Me = Al/Ga) layered double hydroxides (LDHs) doped with gallium oxide (Ga2O3) and indium oxide (In2O3) and their derive Catalytic reactivity of surfaces: in recognition of François Gault
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USDA-ARS Soil Drainage Research Unit & The Ohio State University - Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering Department, Columbus, Ohio. Responsibilities. Hydrologic investigation of agricultural subsurface drainage/irrigation. Testing of geophysical methods for locating buried agricultural drains. Study of fractured glacial till geotechnical engineering characteristics. Computer modeling of watershed hydrology Hydrogeologist, Adjunct Faculty - (1996 to 1998) New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, New Mexico Tech - Earth and Environmental Sci. Dept., Socorro, New Mexico. Responsibilities. Laboratory research on environmental remediation of heavy metals from soil. Laboratory study of surfactant impacts on soil hydraulic/mechanical properties. MiddleRio GrandeBasin hydrogeologic and engineering geology investigations. Management of the Bureaus soil testing lab facility. Public service (water resource consultations). Research Engineer - (1989 to 1996). OklahomaStateUniversity, ...
Glossary of Terms:. Anthropogenic global warming: climate change as a result of human activity.. Carbon footprint: the amount of carbon dioxide and other carbon compounds emitted due to the consumption of fossil fuels by a particular person, group, etc.. Carbon-neutral: having a net zero carbon footprint.. Energy literacy: an understanding of the nature and role of energy in the world and daily lives accompanied by the ability to apply this understanding to answer questions and solve problems.. Environmental remediation: the action of reversing or stopping environmental damage. Human sustainability: involves specific goals, strategies and methods implemented to preserve and improve the quality of human life.. Adopted: November 2003 Amended: November 2016. This position statement was written to update and combine resolutions and position statements concerning Environmental Health and Safety. The original resolutions and position statements will be archived in the Historical Records as reference ...
Anthropogenic oil spills such as the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill present a number of unique challenges in environmental remediation, detection, and monitoring of a wide range of toxicants in complex environments. We have previously reported the use of cyclodextrin derivatives to accomplish the selective extraction of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and facilitate their detection via proximity-induced energy transfer. Reported herein is the ability of these cyclodextrins to operate in a real-world scenario: extracting PAHs from oil collected from an oil spill site and from tar ball extracts into crude seawater from the Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island. The ability of this system to operate in this complex environment highlights the practical significance of cyclodextrin-based systems, and a direct comparison of the results obtained in seawater with those obtained using a variety of aqueous solvent systems provides significant insights into the factors responsible for efficient performance.
A week ago, I was writing from New Orleans where I had been invited to work with ICMA-TV as their reporter, covering events at Brownfields 2009. This was a whole convention full of people engaged in greenifying from the top on down! Brownfields, as the name implies, refers to the government programs to encourage developers to go in, take over problem areas, redevelop economically blighted and often environmentally troubled areas within a community. The convention is sponsorred by the United States Environmental Protection Agency along with ICMA which is the International City and County Managers Association. ICMA invites its members to come and meet with leaders in environmental remediation and cleanup, redevelopment and government funding. The result is often clean, sustainable community projects that get underway because all parties met under one roof. (In fact, I came to view Brownfields 2009 as a sort of jobs fair for contractors, developers and city/county managers looking to put people ...
The unique two-dimensional (2D) structure and chemical properties of graphene and its derivatives make it a distinctive nanoscale building block for constructing novel bulky architectures with different dimensions, such as 1D fibers, 2D films and 3D architectures. These bulky graphene materials, depending on the manner in which graphene sheets are assembled, show a variety of fascinating features that cannot be achieved from individual graphene sheet or conventional materials. Thus, over the past several years, considerable effort has been expended in fabricating various structures of bulky graphene materials and developing their corresponding applications. Here, we present a broad and comprehensive overview of the recent developments in expanding the structural diversity of bulky graphene materials and their applications in energy storage and conversion, composites, environmental remediation, etc. Finally, prospects and further developments in this exciting field of bulky graphene materials are ...
Surfactant-oil-water systems maybe used as templates to produce nanostructured materials, as delivery vehicles for drugs and food additives, and as solvents in: degreasing, cleaning, bio-separations, polymerization, environmental remediation, and enhanced oil recovery. Formulation of surfactant solutions for these and other applications requires significant experimental work and expertise. From the engineering point of view, most surfactant-based processes are black boxes because of the complex thermodynamics of these systems. Current equations of state are just starting to tackle simple systems but are not yet capable of reproducing the phase behavior of complex surfactant-water-oil systems. Recently, a net-average curvature model has been proposed to predict the interfacial curvature and physical properties of these complex surfactant-oil-water systems. This project seeks to further develop the net-average curvature model into an expert system capable of predicting the properties of ...
An efficient procedure and green route has been developed by using eco-friendly green synthesized palladium nanoparticles (Pd-NPs) as reusable heterogeneous nanocatalyst ([email protected]) for the synthesis of diaryl ethers from the cross coupling reaction of the aryl halides with the phenol in the presence of dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) as a solvent at 110 oC under natural ligand condition capped Pd-NPs. The generated Pd-NPs were characterized with scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), and X-ray diffraction (XRD) techniques. Structural characterization of diaryl ether was done by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR). The nanoparticles exhibited stability, reusability with excellent catalytic activity and the results of this study demonstrate the possible application of biosynthesized Pd-NPs as heterogeneous nanocatalyst in environmental remediation. Application of the cheaper base, shorter reaction time, cost-effective, high yield and environmentally friendly make
Synthetic nanoparticles are finding widespread adoption in a growing number of commercial and research applications. Their size dependent properties offer researchers a variety of ranging including targeted drug delivery, catalysis, and environmental remediation. As these materials are being adopted into these applications, there is a pressing need for a diagnostic which allows the accurate real time measurement of the particle size since the functionality of the nanoparticles are size dependent. Time-resolved laser-induced incandescence (TiRe-LII) is an in situ technique which allows the non-destructive inference of the nanoparticle size in real time. This technique was developed as a particle size diagnostic for soot primary particles and has been modified to characterize synthetic nanoparticles. The aerosolized nanoparticles are heated with a laser pulse to its incandescence temperature and the incandescence is measured as the nanoparticles are allowed to thermally equilibrate with the ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Controlled defects of zinc oxide nanorods for efficient visible light photocatalytic degradation of phenol. AU - Al-Sabahi, Jamal. AU - Bora, Tanujjal. AU - Al-Abri, Mohammed. AU - Dutta, Joydeep. PY - 2016. Y1 - 2016. N2 - Environmental pollution from human and industrial activities has received much attention as it adversely affects human health and bio-diversity. In this work we report efficient visible light photocatalytic degradation of phenol using supported zinc oxide (ZnO) nanorods and explore the role of surface defects in ZnO on the visible light photocatalytic activity. ZnO nanorods were synthesized on glass substrates using a microwave-assisted hydrothermal process, while the surface defect states were controlled by annealing the nanorods at various temperatures and were characterized by photoluminescence and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) was used for the evaluation of phenol photocatalytic degradation. ZnO nanorods ...
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With the rapid development of society, water pollution has been becoming a growing environmental problem in the world. The photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants in water using semiconductors, such as TiO2, ZnO, and SnO2, has attracted increasing attention in the past two decades [1-7]. Among the various semiconductor oxides, ZnO has been considered as one of great potential materials because of their high photocatalytic activity, no-toxicity, chemical stability, and relatively low cost [8-10].. However, the high recombination rate of the photogenerated electron-hole pairs limits the photocatalytic efficiency. Currently, coupled semiconductor photocatalysts are regarded as the effective method to enhance the photocatalytic activity by increasing the charge separation and extending the photo-responding range [11-16]. As we know, there are many researches on the coupled ZnO-SnO2 photocatalysts [17-20]. Lin et al. synthesized coupled ZnO/SnO2 photocatalysts by co-precipitation method, ...
Rapid environmental degradation in China makes understanding how perceived exposure to environmental harm influences environmental attitudes and participation in pro-environmental behaviors among the Chinese people crucial. We used a nation-wide survey dataset in urban China to test two hypotheses: experiencing environmental harm directly affects environmental behavior; environmental attitudes mediate the relationship between experiencing environmental harm and environmental behavior. We found respondents who experienced environmental harm had more pro-environmental attitudes. Experiencing environmental harm positively influenced pro-environmental behavior both directly and indirectly through the mediation of pro-environmental attitudes. Among the pro-environmental behaviors, environmental litigation was most strongly related with exposure to environmental harm. Our results suggest that more participation in pro-environmental behaviors may be expected as rapid economic development increases ...
Dynamic Groundwater Remediation Design with Genetic Algorithms. In groundwater remediation design it has been shown that dynamic policies, in which the pumping strategies may vary throughout the remediation period, can result in more cost-effective remediation strategies than static policies. The dynamic approach uses management periods, which are portions of the total remediation period during which the remediation policy is unchanged. This work applies genetic algorithms to solve several dynamic formulations of a granular activated carbon pump-and-treat design example and an enhanced in situ ioremediation design example. The genetic algorithm is a search method based on concepts from natural selection. The simultaneous dynamic and the sequential dynamic formulations are compared. In the simultaneous dynamic formulation, all the decision variables for all management periods are optimized at once. Thus decisions made for the first management period impact all future periods. In the sequential dynamic
TY - JOUR. T1 - Synergetic adsorption and photocatalytic degradation of pollutants over 3D TiO2-graphene aerogel composites synthesized: Via a facile one-pot route. AU - Zhang, Jing Jie. AU - Wu, Yu Hui. AU - Mei, Jin Ya. AU - Zheng, Guangping. AU - Yan, Ting Ting. AU - Zheng, Xiu Cheng. AU - Liu, Pu. AU - Guan, Xin Xin. PY - 2016/1/1. Y1 - 2016/1/1. N2 - A series of composites consisting of anatase TiO2nanocrystals and three-dimensional (3D) graphene aerogel (TiO2-GA) were self-assembled directly from tetrabutyl titanate and graphene oxides via a one-pot hydrothermal process. TiO2was found to uniformly distribute inside the 3D network of GA in the resulting composites with large surface areas (SBET, 125 m2g-1) and high pore volumes (Vp, 0.22 cm3g-1). In comparison with GA and TiO2, the composites possessed much higher adsorption capacities and visible light photocatalytic activity in the degradation of rhodamine B (RhB). With an initial concentration of 20.0 mg L-1of RhB, the adsorptive ...
The influence of dissolved cupric and ferric ions on the photocatalytic degradation of phenol in aqueous dispersions of titanium dioxide was investigated. At pH 3.5 both ion species enhanced the TiO2 photocatalytic activity until an optimum metal concentration was reached (1 × 10−3 M for Cu2+ and 7 × 10−6 M for Fe3+). Beyond these values the activity was observed to decrease, what was mainly attributed to precipitation of metal derivatives. A mechanism based in the formation of a complex between the metal and the organic compound adsorbed onto the titania surface is proposed to explain the observed positive effect of copper and iron ions addition.
Photocatalytic degradation of phenol in water under simulated sunlight by an ultrathin MgO coated Ag/TiO2 nanocomposite - Texas A&M University (TAMU) Scholar profile, educations, publications, research, recent courses, and student works
Yin, L., Li, Y., Wang, J., Zhai, Y., Wang, J., Kong, Y., Wang, B. and Zhang, X. (2013), Preparation of Er3+:Y3Al5O12/TiO2-ZnO composite and application of solar energy in photocatalytic degradation of organic dyes. Environ. Prog. Sustainable Energy, 32: 697-704. doi: 10.1002/ep.11688 ...
One alternative to reduce the motor fuel production cost and improve the operational flexibility of a black liquor gasification (BLG) plant is to add pyrolysis oil to the black liquor feed and co-gasify the blend. The objective of this study was to investigate techno-economically the possibility to increase methanol production at a pulp mill via co-gasification of pyrolysis oil and black liquor. Gasifying a blend consisting of 50% pyrolysis oil and 50% black liquor on a wet mass basis increases the methanol production by more than 250%, compared to gasifying the available black liquor only. Co-gasification would add extra revenues per produced unit of methanol (IRR > 15%) compared to methanol from unblended BLG (IRR 13%) and be an attractive investment opportunity when the price for pyrolysis oil is less than 70 €/MW h. The economic evaluation was based on a first plant estimate with no investment credit for the recovery boiler and a methanol product value volumetric equivalent to conventional ...
The Yellowknives Dene and the North Slave Métis Alliance are working closely with the research team.. For some families, the legacy of Giant Mine makes it more painful to participate and trust results, said Stacey Sundberg, the assistant coordinator with the monitoring program.. We have been waiting for this for a long time, with my people, she said.. Sundberg, 32, lives in nearby Dettah and is also a member of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation.. As a teenager, her school bus drove through the Giant Mine site to Yellowknife every day. That road has since been closed and re-directed for the remediation work.. It was very hard for us because we couldnt harvest any animals, no berries. Even the water. We couldnt drink it from around our communities, she said. Sundberg says some people still mistrust government and doctors.. Its emotional for them. Family members getting sick and passing away. They know its because of Giant Mine, but doctors would say otherwise, like [blaming] your ...
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Plastic waste management is one of the most challenging problems of our time. Until now, only 9% of the produced plastics has been recycled. In order to increase recycling, a behavior change towards sorting of plastic waste is needed. Therefore, the main aim of the study is to gain insight in the individual and situational determinants associated with plastic waste sorting behavior. The Integrated Framework for Encouraging Pro-environmental Behaviour will be used as the theoretical framework. This framework assumes that individual egoistic and hedonic values are negatively related to pro-environmental behaviour, whereas individual biospheric and altruistic values are positively related to pro-environmental behaviour. Situational cues can activate these values, resulting in (non) pro-environmental behaviour. Taking the Integrated Framework for Encouraging Pro-environmental Behaviour into account, this study will test the hypothesized associations between individual and situational determinants and
i) Cost-benefit analysis. BOEMRE states that the cost-benefit analysis for this rule was conducted using a scenario analysis. BOEMRE explains that the cost-benefit analysis considers a regulation designed to reduce the likelihood of a catastrophic oil spill, while the costs are the compliance costs of imposed regulation. BOEMRE notes that if another catastrophic oil spill is prevented, the benefits are the avoided costs associated with a catastrophic oil spill (e.g., reduction in expected natural resource damages owing to the reduction in likelihood of failure). Noting that the estimated costs of this rulemaking, as reflected in the compliance costs of the enumerated requirements of approximately $180 million per year, have a strong foundation and are based on surveys of public and industry sources, BOEMRE states that quantification of the benefits is uncertain. BOEMRE believes the benefits are represented by the avoided costs of a catastrophic spill, which are estimated under the stipulated ...
As an environmental scientist and strategic advisor on environmental issues, Dr Boehm has conducted investigations for, consulted with, and advised industrial, legal, and government clients on scientific matters involving regulatory issues and legal claims associated with chemical contaminants in the environment. The main pillars of his professional work include analyzing and explaining the environmental distributions and fates hazardous chemical and petroleum releases, and ecological effects from chemical exposures. Dr. Boehm is a leading practitioner and a recognized expert in the fields of natural resource damage assessments (NRDA) for oil spills and contaminated sites; maritime environmental incidents; natural gas geochemistry; and the environmental and forensic chemistry of crude and refined petroleum; polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and other organic chemicals; and natural gas geochemistry. His practice also directly involves the environmental ...
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Groundwater is one of the most important freshwater resources on this planet. However, contaminated groundwater has become an ever-increasing problem in the United State. Among the many types of contaminants, Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs) are a major concern and a potential human health threat for those who use groundwater for the supply of drinking water. Pump-and-treat technology is one of the most widely used groundwater remediation approaches, and can be effective when combined with other remediation methods, including Advanced Oxidation Technologies (AOTs). The Dense Medium Plasma (DMP) technology is a highly efficient AOT for treatment of VOCs in extracted groundwater. Compared to other existing AOTs that are often used to destroy saturated hydrocarbons in pump-and-treat groundwater remediation applications, the DMP technology requires less energy input, produces superior remediation performance, can operate in continuous mode for high throughput, ...
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The Spring 2021 Meeting of the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR) will be held as two webinar sessions on May 19 and May 26, 2021. This special 30-year anniversary meeting will convene senior leaders from all FRTR member agencies to discuss progress in remediation programs and opportunities for innovative technology applications at complex sites. As always, FRTR meetings are open to the public. FRTRs objectives for this meeting are to: Provide an overview of the grand remediation challenges facing member agencies over the next decade.Discuss specific technology needs across programs.Highlight agency program initiatives to advance technologies that will expedite and improve site cleanup. Session 1: Grand Challenges This session will consist of a virtual panel discussion by senior-level leaders from the FRTR member agencies involved in site remediation programs. The panel discussion will be facilitated by Dan Powell, Chief of the Technology Integration and Information Branch in
HELCOM PLC database contains all waterborne nutrient and hazardous substances loads gathered by HELCOM contracting parties within pollution load monitoring. Download the latest PLC5.5 dataset related to the publication Review of the Fifth Baltic Sea Pollution Load Compilation for the 2013 HELCOM Ministerial meeting (2013).. Extractions from PLC database can be​ viewed at HELCOM Map and Data Service under Land-based pollution folder. PLC database is hosted by Baltic Nest Institute. Online interface for PLC database is under development within the HELCOM PLUS project. For detailed data enquiries, contact [email protected] ...
Abstract. A nonpoint source (NPS) loads evaluation method based on the Bayesian source apportionment mixing model was established in this research. The model a
Finally, the nicest thing that can be said about the Korematsu decision is that it reflects the Courts historic deference to the Army and Executive in times of war, and not a reasoned agreement with the governments evidence. Indeed, during the 1980s federal judges overturned the convictions of Korematsu and the other Japanese American defendants because of a pattern of government misconduct and tampering with evidence during the trials. As was discovered in the early 1980s, when West Coast Defense Commander General DeWitt drafted his Final Report, he explained that his reasons for instituting mass removal was the alleged impossibility of telling a loyal Japanese American from a disloyal one. This draft, which set forth DeWitts authentic recital of the reasoning underlying his policy of mass removal, was suppressed by Assistant Secretary of War McCloy. McCloy ordered DeWitt to destroy all copies of his draft and to prepare a new one which would present the claim that evacuation was necessary ...
He said the Federal Government was doing everything possible to encourage the use of domestic gas (LPG) because of the enormous benefits attached to it.. He said that the commodity was cheaper compared with kerosene and kept the kitchen utensils clean in terms of emitting carbon.. The controller noted that when he arrived the state some years ago, there was only one gas plant in Minna serving the public.. Infact that gas plant was illegal because it did not have operating licence.. Now we have about eight gas plants serving the public across the state, I think we are making progress, he said.. Jankara said that there were rules and regulations for setting up gas plants anywhere across the country.. Any gas plant must be 50 metres away from the nearest residential building, he said.. Jankara said that there was a particular distance between a gas plant and the road but did not give the detail.. He said that the personnel attached to the gas plant must be trained in handling modern plants, ...
An additional benefit of hydrogen peroxide and Fentons Reagent is the temporary increase of oxygen levels in and around the treatment area. The increased oxygen levels at the fringes of the treatment area can enhance naturally occurring aerobic biodegradation processes that reduce contaminant mass. While there may be concerns about oxidizing hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria in the chemical oxidation treatment area, many studies have shown that soil cannot be readily sterilized by Fentons Reagent and that microbial populations rapidly rebound following chemical oxidation treatment. ...
The magnitude of the contaminated site clean-up in the United States indicates the need for more effective, less costly remediation technologies. Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) using carbon dioxide (CO2) as a supercritical fluid is a possible alternative technology for remediation of soils contaminated with volatile organic compounds. The feasibility of this process is mainly dependent on two factors: the extent and extraction rate of heavy molecular weight organic compounds from soil by supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2). This paper presents results of a bench-scale study for remediation of soils contaminated with naphthalene and 1,2,4 trimethyl benzene as a function of the flow rate (QCO2) and supercritical fluid density (pCO2). These data are used to perform a basic economic analysis of the process by using these two organics selected as model soil contaminants. An additional aim of this study was to develop scale-up methodology from laboratory SFE devices to industrially ...
Aquifer Remediation Design: Nonlinear Programming and Genetic Algorithms. Nonlinear programming and genetic algorithm solutions of a pump-and-treat aquifer remediation design model are presented and discussed. These models find the minimum cost design of the combined pumping and treatment components of the remediation system and include the fixed costs of system construction and installation as well as operation and maintenance. The fixed cost terms of the objective function have been incorporated successfully into a conventional nonlinear programming formulation using a penalty coefficient method. Groundwater management problems are highly nonlinear and nonconvex mathematical programming problems. As such there is no guarantee that a global or even robust optimum will be found by nonlinear programming algorithms. Furthermore, some system component cost functions are either discontinuous or highly complicated and it is very difficult to calculate or estimate the derivatives of the cost functions with
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Gas Plant Road is an 11-mile-long, 28-ft-wide road in Billings County, N.D. This roadway is populated by several farmsteads and ranches. The traffic has significantly increased with the addition of the gas plant and the Bakken oil field production.. This section was a high maintenance road. It was continually bladed and rebladed as necessary and had a severe dust problem. With the increased traffic it was losing gravel at a higher rate than the average rate of gravel loss.. The road was in need of regraveling, so instead of using the standard regraveling practice that would not change the maintenance and dust problems, Billings County District No. 1 Road Foreman Jim Haag, with the assistance of Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson Inc., an engineering firm from Dickinson N.D., looked for an alternative cost-effective solution.. They concluded the best solution was to add a base stabilizer into the top 4 in. of the base material and apply a double chip seal surface treatment.. The existing 7 in. of material ...