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Petroleum Contaminated Soils, Volume 3

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Series: Petroleum Contaminated Soils Volume: 3

By: Paul T Kostecki and Edward J Calabrese

440 pages, Figs, tabs

Lewis Publishers

Hardback | Dec 1990 | #17443 | ISBN: 087371380X
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This text is the third volume in a series which aims to provide information to help bring rational and scientifically feasible solutions to petroleum contaminated soils. The books cover both technical and regulatory issues such as environmental fate, health effects, risk assessment, risk assessment and remedial alternatives. The authors, presenting case histories, show why petroleum contaminated soils are a problem and propose solutions.


Part 1 Issues and perspectives. Part 2 State of research: petroleum release decision framework (PRDF), Phillip J. Ludvigsen, et al; an update on a national survey of states regulatory policy - cleanup standards, Charles E. Bell, et al. Part 3 Analytical and environmental fate. Part 4 Remedial technologies: soil vapor extraction research developments, George E. Hoag, et al. Part 5 Risk assessment: a critical evaluation of indicator compound methodologies for no 2 fuel oil, Charles E. Gilbert and Edward J. Calabrese; a toxicological assessment of unleaded gasoline contamination of drinking water, William R. Hartley and Edward V. Ohanian; adult soil ingestion estimates, Edward J. Calabrese, et al. Part 6 Regulatory considerations. Glossary of acronyms. List of contributors.

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