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Soil Washing Potential of a Natural Surfactant

Soil Washing Potential Of A Natural Surfactant

Surfactant screening for soil washing Comparison of foamability and biodegradability of a plantbased surfactant with commercial surfactants. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A 1998, 33 (7) , 1249-1273. DOI 10.1080/10934529809376787.

Optimization of aeration enhanced surfactant soil washing

Optimization Of Aeration Enhanced Surfactant Soil Washing

Surfactant-enhanced soil washing has been used for remediation of organic pollutants for an extended period, but its effectiveness and wide application was limited by the high concentration of surfactants utilized. In this work, the efficiency of conventional soil washing performance was enhanced by

Remediation of contaminated soil by a solventsurfactant

Remediation Of Contaminated Soil By A Solventsurfactant

This study investigates a new approach using a solvent/surfactant-aided soil-washing process to improve the performance of conventional surfactant-aided soil remediation. Three surfactants (Brij 35, Tween 80, and SDS) and three organic solvents (acetone, triethylamine, and squalane) were used to eva

Simulation of soil washing with surfactants Texas Tech

Simulation Of Soil Washing With Surfactants Texas Tech

A mathematical model of soil washing that incorporates the surfactant enhanced mobilization and solubilization of organic compounds was implemented using a finite difference compositional reservoir simulator. The primary objective of the model was identification of the contributions of the various mechanisms - water displacement, surfactant ...

Soil Washing FRTR

Soil Washing Frtr

Hence, soil washing systems utilize a wash solution, usually consisting of water, surfactant, and/or leaching agent, to extract and concentrate COCs as well as assist in physical size separation of the finer particles from the larger particle bulk material, thereby concentrating and reducing the contaminated material that must be disposed or ...

Remediation of Contaminated Soils by SurfactantAided Soil

Remediation Of Contaminated Soils By Surfactantaided Soil

Jan 01, 2003 Reciprocal surfactant-soil solubilization coefficients (1 / K d), octanol-water partition coefficients (K ow), fractional organic carbon content of the soil (f oc), and surfactant concentration were correlated for the soil-washing process using a proposed surfactant-aided soil-washing model.

Surfactant Washing to Remove Heavy Metal Pollution in Soil

Surfactant Washing To Remove Heavy Metal Pollution In Soil

TitleSurfactant Washing to Remove Heavy Metal Pollution in Soil A Review VOLUME 13 ISSUE 1 Author(s)Jianghong Liu*, Jian Xue, Dandan Yuan, Xiaohang Wei and Huimin Su AffiliationProvincial Key Laboratory of Oil Gas Chemical Technology, College of Chemistry Chemical Engineering, Northeast Petroleum University, Daqing, 163318, Provincial Key Laboratory of Oil Gas Chemical Technology ...

Remediation of Contaminated Soils by SurfactantAided Soil

Remediation Of Contaminated Soils By Surfactantaided Soil

Jan 01, 2003 Soil-washing performance curve (1/K d ) for HOCs at various Brij 35 concentrations, where 3.75 g of Tai Mo Shan soil at various concentrations of Brij 35 surfactant solutions higher than CMC soil ...

Soil remediation humic acids as natural surfactants in

Soil Remediation Humic Acids As Natural Surfactants In

Jun 01, 2005 Different classes of surfactants are employed for soil washing depending on the nature of contaminants to be removed. For example, pesticides are removed by non-ionic surfactants such as Triton X-100, and bio-surfactants like the rhamnolipids (

Mathematical simulation of surfactant flushing process

Mathematical Simulation Of Surfactant Flushing Process

surfactants properties including the formation of emulsions, foaming, and surface/interfacial tensions that are important for a proper choice of surfactant for soil washing (Asadollahfardi . et al. 2013). Different types of surfactant exist, anionic, cationic, nonionic (neutral) and natural (bio-surfactant).

Retrieving Oil and Recycling Surfactant in Surfactant

Retrieving Oil And Recycling Surfactant In Surfactant

Soil-washing performance was quantified using reciprocal surfactant-soil solubilization coefficients (1/Kd), and two phases of soil-washing mechanisms were identified depending on the presence of ...

ConductiveDiamond Electrochemical Oxidation of Surfactant

Conductivediamond Electrochemical Oxidation Of Surfactant

Washing of soils polluted with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) using surfactant is a widely used technique. Once the pollutant is transferred to the washing solution, the polluted wastewater has to be treated. In this work, the feasibility of conductive-diamond electrochemical oxidation (CDEO) to treat wastewater polluted with phenanthrene (selected as model PAHs) and three different ...

CLUIN Technologies Remediation About Remediation

Cluin Technologies Remediation About Remediation

Many terms have been used to describe in situ flushing techniques, such as soil flushing, water flooding, chemically enhanced solubilization for aquifer remediation, surfactant-enhanced aquifer remediation, and in situ soil washing. Soil flushing is sometimes confused with soil washing because both use aqueous solutions to mobilize contaminants ...

Oil sludge washing with surfactants and cosolvents oil

Oil Sludge Washing With Surfactants And Cosolvents Oil

Sep 25, 2020 Different physicochemical and biological treatments have been used to treat oil sludges, and oil recovery techniques are preferred such as oil sludge washing (OSW) with surfactants and co-solvents. Toluene is commonly used as co-solvent, but it is non-benign to the environment. This study tested alternative co-solvents (n-pentane, n-hexane, cyclohexane, and isooctane) at 11 and 21 C/OS

SurfactantEnhanced Soil Washing for Removal of Petroleum

Surfactantenhanced Soil Washing For Removal Of Petroleum

Jun 01, 2018 Upcoming surfactants like gemini and switchable surfactants are summarized. We assess the challenges and opportunities of in-situ and ex-situ soil washing, the mechanisms of surfactant-enhanced soil washing, and the criteria to follow for surfactant selection. Furthermore, we briefly discuss the operational and environmental factors affecting soil washing efficiency and soil and surfactant properties affecting surfactant

SURFACTANT SELECTION FOR ENHANCING EX SITU

Surfactant Selection For Enhancing Ex Situ

Surfactant-enhanced soil washing is being con-sidered with increasing frequency to actually achieve soil-contaminant separation. In this research eight anionic and nonionic surfactants were evaluated for the enhanced soil washing of three dierent soils contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons. Enhanced soil washing occurred at surfactant concen-

Soil Washing Potential of a Natural Surfactant

Soil Washing Potential Of A Natural Surfactant

HCB recoveries after 12 pore volumes of flushing with 0.5 and 1% natural surfactant solutions were 20 and 100 times more than that recovered by water flooding. These promising results warrant further research to establish the usefulness of plant-based surfactants for soil washing applications.

Surfactants and Their Applications for Remediation of

Surfactants And Their Applications For Remediation Of

Oct 25, 2021 Field strategy and design of surfactant-enhanced remediation 7.1 In-situ flushing. In-situ soil flushing remediation method is a process that uses a flushing aqueous solution of... 7.2 In-situ phytoremediation. Phytoremediation remediation is a green technology technique that

Use of surfactants for the remediation of contaminated

Use Of Surfactants For The Remediation Of Contaminated

Mar 21, 2015 Variety of surfactants, e.g., anionic, cationic, zwitterionic, and nonionic surfactants, have been tested and/or applied for soil remediation 6. For an ex-situ soil washing using surfactant aqueous solution, the general procedure is schematically illustrated in Fig. 1 a.

Surfactant selection for enhancing ex situ soil washing

Surfactant Selection For Enhancing Ex Situ Soil Washing

8 rows Feb 01, 1999 Ex situ soil washing is commonly used for treating contaminated soils by separating the most ...

Removal of PAHs with surfactantenhanced soil washing

Removal Of Pahs With Surfactantenhanced Soil Washing

Surfactant-enhanced soil washing Inuencing factors Removal ratio Solubilization effectiveness abstract PAH removal with surfactant enhanced washing was investigated through a series of laboratory tests to examine the effect of stirring speed, washing time, surfactant concentration, liquid/solid ratio, tempera-ture, and on-and-off mode.

Combined Effects of SurfactantAssisted Soil Washing

Combined Effects Of Surfactantassisted Soil Washing

Soil washing generally employs extractants such as surfactants, organic and inorganic complexing agents and other solvents for the desorption of PAHs from polluted soils. The

SurfactantEnhanced Washing of Soils Contaminated

Surfactantenhanced Washing Of Soils Contaminated

them the surfactant-enhanced soil washing (SESW) have recently emerged as highly cost-effective 2-4. Surfac- tants reduce surface tension and form aggregates (i.e. micelles in aqueous solution), changing surface tension as result of surfactants concentration on the solutions surface. Contaminants present in soil are removed by

Surfactants and Their Applications for Remediation of

Surfactants And Their Applications For Remediation Of

Oct 25, 2021 Ex-situ soil washing is a mechanical process that involves delineating the areal extent of contamination, excavating the contaminated soil, pretreat it as necessary and then treat it with a surfactant solution. The soil washing can be performed in batch or continuous modes. The main steps are schematically depicted in Figure 9. In practical ...

Surfactant screening for soil washing Comparison of

Surfactant Screening For Soil Washing Comparison Of

Dec 15, 2008 (1998). Surfactant screening for soil washing Comparison of foamability and biodegradability of a plantbased surfactant with commercial surfactants. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A Vol. 33, No. 7, pp. 1249-1273.

PDF Surfactantenhanced soil washing for the remediation

Pdf Surfactantenhanced Soil Washing For The Remediation

It was found that the anionic surfactant (SDS) showed the best results, being capable of removing up to 50% of the pesticide using one soil-washing step, and up to 80% using two consecu- tive soil-washing steps whereas the non-ionic surfactant (Brij 30) showed lower efficiency, removing only 13% of the pesticide from the soil under the most ...

Soil washing using various nonionic surfactants and their

Soil Washing Using Various Nonionic Surfactants And Their

The efficiency of soil washing was highest when using Brij 30 with the highest solubilizing ability for phenanthrene and low adsorption onto soil. In the selective adsorption step, surfactant recovery was quite effective for all surfactants ranging from 85.0 to 89.0% at

Effect of Ultrasound on SurfactantAided Soil Washing

Effect Of Ultrasound On Surfactantaided Soil Washing

Soil washing is a process of transferring contaminants from the soil phase to the water-based liquid phase and it has been used extensively. Soil washing with surfactants has been successfully14) employed to remove adsorbed or deposited organics including polychlorinated biphenyl and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon from soil.5) Surfactants

Surfactant Enhanced Washing Of Soil Contaminated

Surfactant Enhanced Washing Of Soil Contaminated

Surfactant Enhanced Washing of Soil Contaminated wi th Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Treatment of Produced Wa stewaters Using a Biofilter Evelyn Zamudio-Prez 1, Erick R. Bandala 2, Luis C. Fernandez 1, Luis G.Torres* 1UPIBI- Instituto Politcnico Nacional. Av. Acueducto s.n. Colonia Barrio la Laguna Ticomn. Mxico 07340 DF, Mxico.

REMEDIATION OF DIESEL CONTAMINATED SOILS USING

Remediation Of Diesel Contaminated Soils Using

surfactant solution. (Taylor et al ., 2001). Soil washing using surfactants was innovated for soils contaminated with oil hydrocarbons. Clay content of the soil is a significant factor in washing because interfacial tension of the surfactant and clay will decrease surfactant concentration.

Switchable anionic surfactants for the remediation of oil

Switchable Anionic Surfactants For The Remediation Of Oil

Soil remediation requires technologies to restore contaminated soil to a state that is environmentally acceptable. In most cases, while the soil can be remediated the contaminant itself cannot be reclaimed. However, ex situ soil washing with an aqueous solution of a surfactant

Treatment of Lowlevel BTEXcontaminated Soils by Anionic

Treatment Of Lowlevel Btexcontaminated Soils By Anionic

Treatment of Low-level BTEX-contaminated Soils by Anionic Surfactant Washing. ENGINEERING and TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH User. Username Password Remember me Journal Content. Search Search Scope ... Anionic surfactant Petroleum hydrocarbons Soil remediation Soil washing. DOI

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon removal from soil by

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Removal From Soil By

Surfactant soil washing can remove polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) from contaminated soil, and the white rot fungus, Phanerochaete chrysosporium Burdsall in Burdsall Eslyn, can oxidize PAHs. The objective of this study was to develop a novel bioremediation technology using a combination of abiological surfactant soil washing followed ...

Enhanced soilwashing treatment for soils which are

Enhanced Soilwashing Treatment For Soils Which Are

2.4 Soil washing efficiencies Six grams of soil were put into 40 ml vials, and 20 ml of water, water, or a fixed concentration of a surfactant solution (with or without NaCl) was added. The assessed surfactant concentrations were 0.1, 0.5 and 1%. Assessed NaCl (JT Baker, USA) concentrations were 1, 2, and 3%. The flasks were kept at room

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Removal from Soil by

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Removal From Soil By

Nov 01, 2002 Surfactant soil washing can remove polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) from contaminated soil, and the white rot fungus, Phanerochaete chrysosporium Burdsall in Burdsall Eslyn, can oxidize PAHs. The objective of this study was to develop a novel bioremediation technology using a combination of abiological surfactant soil washing followed by PAH biological oxidation in soil

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