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Petroleum hydrocarbons in soil

Hong-Gyu Song

Petroleum hydrocarbons in soil

biodegradation and effects on the microbial community

by Hong-Gyu Song

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Published by U.M.I. Dissertation Information Service in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil pollution of soils.,
  • Biodegradation.,
  • Microbial ecology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hong-Gyu Song.
    ContributionsRutgers University., University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 209p. :
    Number of Pages209
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19112991M

    CL:AIRE is delighted to announce the publication of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Groundwater: Guidance on assessing petroleum hydrocarbons using existing hydrogeological risk assessment methodologies.. This guidance has been prepared by a steering group led by Shell Global Solutions and has kindly been reviewed and supported by the Environment Agency, Natural . This test method covers the determination of total oil and grease (TOG) and total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) in water and waste water that are extractable by this test method from an acidified sample with a cyclic aliphatic hydrocarbon (for example cyclohexane, cyclopentane) and measured by IR absorption in the region from cm-1 to cm-1 ( μm to μm) .

    View/Download online book. Description This book presents the scientific background material necessary to support a risk-based decision-making (RBDM) approach for managing hydrocarbon-impacted soil at oil and natural gas industry exploration and production (E&P) sites. Questions about analytical methods for petroleum hydrocarbons or the laboratory accreditation process should be directed to Charles San Juan at the Department of petroleum products in soil and water. Petroleum products applicable for this include jet fuels, kerosene, diesel oils, hydaulic fluids, mineral oils, lubricating oils and fuel oilsFile Size: KB.

    Health screening levels for petroleum hydrocarbons in soil and groundwater. Part 1: Technical development document Figures Figure 1. Health risk assessment model (based on NEPC and enHealth ) 7 Figure 2. Conceptual site model for the derivation of soil and groundwater HSLs (low-density residential) 24 Figure 3.   TPH is a mixture of chemicals, but they are all made mainly from hydrogen and carbon, called hydrocarbons. Scientists divide TPH into groups of petroleum hydrocarbons that act alike in soil or water. These groups are called petroleum hydrocarbon fractions. Each fraction contains many individual chemicals.


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Petroleum hydrocarbons in soil by Hong-Gyu Song Download PDF EPUB FB2

The potential danger which petroleum hydrocarbons pose to humans and the environment makes testing and characterization of the biodegradation and biotransformation processes of hydrocarbons in contaminated soil necessary in order to develop bioremediation techniques for cleaning such soils to levels that ensures its safe disposal or by: 8.

The guidance does not address petroleum hydrocarbons leaching to ground water. If leaching from soil impacted by petroleum hydrocarbons to ground water is a concern at the site, refer to the DERR Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) leaching guidance. Also, in a spill situation where an immediate response is needed to address the release,File Size: KB.

TOTAL PETROLEUM HYDROCARONS 17 3. IDENTITY AND ANALYSIS OF TOTAL PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS INTRODUCTION Petroleum hydrocarbons (PHCs) are common site contaminants, but they are not generally regulated as hazardous wastes.

Methods for sampling and analysis of environmental media for the family of PHCs are generally thought. Petroleum hydrocarbons have probably attracted the most attention as marine pollutants because the impact of an oil spill is visually very apparent.

Table lists some of the major spills, the largest having occurred during the Arabian Gulf war when approximately one million tonnes of oil were spilled into the Gulf of Arabia. The largest spill from an oil tanker occurred when the.

The commonly used analytic method for assessing total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) in soil, EPA methodis usually based on extraction with 1,1,2-trichlorotrifluoroethane (Freon ) and FTIR spectroscopy of the extracted solvent.

This method is widely used for initial site investigation, due to the relative low price per sample. It is known that the extraction efficiency Cited by: SOIL SCREENING FOR PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS BY IMMUNOASSAY SCOPE AND APPLICATION Method is a procedure for screening soils to determine whether total petroleu m hydro carbons (TPH) are likely to be present.

Depending on the testing product selected, samples ma y be used to locate samples with low. Analysis of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Environmental Media(this volume) discusses and critiques analytical methods for quantifying TPH, petroleum mixtures and individual petroleum constituents in soil and water samples.

It is designed to be a reference tool for the nonchemist, describing what information analytical methods can provide for risk File Size: KB. soil impacted with heavy petroleum hydrocarbons or other contaminants for reuse should be based on a more complete assessment of potential constituents and exposure concerns.

In order to expedite reuse issues, this document is intended to establish a “self-certification”File Size: 74KB. The term “total petroleum hydrocarbons” (TPHs) is used for any mixture of several hundred hydrocarbons found in crude oil, and they represent the sum of volatile petroleum hydrocarbons and extractable petroleum hydrocarbons.

The petrol-range organics include hydrocarbons from C6 to C10, while diesel-range organics are CC28 hydrocarbons. PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS (PHC) IN SOIL These Canada-Wide Standards (CWS) for petroleum hydrocarbons in soil are established pursuant to the Canada-wide Accord on Environmental Harmonization of the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) and its Canada-wide Environmental Standards Size: 37KB.

Biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbons (20 g/kg dw soil) was investigated in 3 media, differing in the kind of petroleum fractions. In the laboratory experiments, during 5 months, the activities. The work presented in this book is an assessment of soil collected from automobile workstations in terms of contamination with heavy metals and total.

Analytical Methods for the Determination of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil Ross Sadler1 and Des Connell2 Page mixture and hence the results of simple TPH analysis are not of great help in terms of risk assessment (ATSDR, ). A full discussion of the elementary chemistry associated with hydrocarbons is beyond theFile Size: 1MB.

Bioscience Discovery 3(2):June ISSN: (Print)ASSESSMENT OF PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON DEGRADATION FROM SOIL AND TARBALL BY FUNGISakineh Lotfinasabasl1, 1, ar 1, 2 1 Department of Environmental Science, University of Pune, PuneIndia.2 Department of Chemistry, University of.

Contaminated Sites - Canada-wide Standard for Petroleum Hydrocarbons (PHC CWS) in Soil. Petroleum hydrocarbons (PHC) are one of the most widespread soils contaminates in Canada and consist of a wide range of organic compounds found in or derived for geological sources such as oil, coal and bitumen, including a variety of raw and refined fuels and lubricants.

Contamination of soil and water resources with petroleum oil and its products has become a serious problem due to carcinogenic and mutagenic compounds. Efforts are now focused on seeking potential remediation techniques for cleanup of petroleum hydrocarbons-contaminated soils in a cost effective and eco-friendly by: 3.

James G. Speight PhD, DSc, in Handbook of Industrial Hydrocarbon Processes, Publisher Summary. Hydrocarbons and hydrocarbon fuels (gas, liquid, and solid) are one of the Earth's most important energy resources.

Hydrocarbon mixtures are produced in refineries by distillation from natural gas petroleum and natural gas as well as by thermal cracking of higher boiling. Contamination of soil environment by hydrocarbons (mostly petroleum hydrocarbons) is becoming prevalent across the globe.

This is probably due to heavy dependence on petroleum as a major source of energy throughout the world, rapid industrialization, population growth and complete disregard for the environmental by: TOTAL PETROLEUM HYDROCARONS 13 2. OVERVIEW OF TOTAL PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS.

Although chemicals grouped by transport fraction generally have similar toxicological properties, this is not always the case. For example, benzene is a carcinogen, but toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes are not. An oil spill is the release of liquid petroleum hydrocarbons (PHs) into the environment, especially the terrestrial (land) and aquatic ecosystems, due to human activities, and is a form of pollution.

When the oil is spilled, it normally spreads out and moves in and on the surfaces of spilled sites while undergoing several physico-chemical : Saranya Kuppusamy, Naga Raju Maddela, Mallavarapu Megharaj, Kadiyala Venkateswarlu.

different for petroleum hydrocarbons (PHCs) compared to chlorinated VOCs (Cl-VOCs) because natural soil microbes can very rapidly degrade PHCs in the presence of oxygen (DeVaull,API, /, Abreu and Johnson, ).tion include petroleum hydrocarbons, brines and trace metals, Fate and Transport of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil and Ground Water at Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Tennessee and Kentucky, By Shannon D.

Williams, David E. Cited by: 8.Add tags for "Manual of sampling and analytical methods for petroleum hydrocarbons in groundwater and soil".

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