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Performance monitoring of MNA remedies for VOCs in ground water

Performance monitoring of MNA remedies for VOCs in ground water

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hazardous wastes -- Natural attenuation -- Evaluation.,
  • Hazardous waste site remediation -- Evaluation.,
  • Groundwater -- Purification.

  • About the Edition

    Monitored natural attenuation refers to the reliance on natural attenuation processes to achieve site-specific remediation objectives within a time frame that is reasonable compared to that offered by other more active methods. Performance monitoring will be an essential component of the remedy to ensure site-specific objectives are achieved. This document focuses on chlorinated solvent compounds and common fuel-related aromatic compounds dissolved in ground water within porous media.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesPerformance monitoring of monitored natural attenuation remedies for VOCs in ground water
    StatementDaniel F. Pope ... [et al].
    ContributionsPope, Daniel F., National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD1060 .P47 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 73, 4 p. :
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3367503M
    LC Control Number2004438765
    OCLC/WorldCa56395087

    Monitored Natural Attenuation of MTBE as a Risk Management Option at Leaking Underground Storage Tank Sites (PDF) (89 pp, MB) (EPA//R/) January – Abstract. Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water . • Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water (Pope et al., ). This document provides technical recommendations on the design and imple- mentation of monitoring to evaluate the effectiveness of natural attenuation.

    McGuire TM, Newell CJ, Looney, BB Vangelas KM. Historical and retrospective survey of monitored natural attenuation: A line of inquiry supporting monitored natural attenuation and enhanced passive remediation of chlorinated solvents. WSRC-TR, Westinghouse Savannah River Company, U.S. Department of Energy, Aiken, SC USA. Google. Performance monitoring of MNA remedies for VOCs in ground water. Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory. MLA. Pope, Daniel F. Performance Monitoring of Mna Remedies for Vocs in Ground Water. Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research.

    We look at a general brief history of groundwater remediation, and then a specific history of MNA featuring a list of the key protocols from to Special topics include active remediation vs. MNA, and Neat New MNA Technologies, and how degradation, storage, and dilution are all part of the MNA . AFCEE Field -Scale Evaluation of Monitored Natural Attenuation for Dissolved Chlorinated Solvent Plumes • ITRC Decision Framework for Applying Monitored Natural Attenuation Processes to Metals and Radionuclides in Groundwater • USEPA Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Groundwater • US EPA Clu-In Natural Attenuation.


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Performance monitoring of MNA remedies for VOCs in ground water Download PDF EPUB FB2

Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water Daniel F. Pope Dynamac Corporation Oakridge Boulevard Ada, OK Steven D. Acree U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development National Risk Management Research Laboratory Ground Water and Ecosystems Restoration Division Ada, OK Herbert Levine U.S.

EPA, Region 9File Size: 1MB. EPA//R/ April Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water Daniel F. Pope Dynamac Corporation Oakridge Boulevard Ada, OK Steven D. Acree U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development National Risk Management Research Laboratory Ground Water and Ecosystems Restoration Division Ada, OK Herbert Levine U.S.

EPA. MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water Non-Hazardous: Degradation Products & Other Low Concentration Source Area Concentration Plume Core Ground-Water Flow. EPA//R/ April Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water Daniel F. Pope Dynamac Corporation Oakridge Boulevard Ada, OK The EPA initiative referred to as Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for Volatile Organic Compounds [12] provides guidance for verifying the efficacy of MNA in groundwater at sites.

Request PDF | Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water: A Framework | Effective monitoring of natural attenuation processes requires a clear understanding of hydrogeologic.

BibTeX @MISC{Pope04performancemonitoring, author = {Daniel F. Pope and Steven D. Acree and Herbert Levine and Stephen Mangion and Jeffrey Van Ee and Kelly Hurt and Barbara Wilson and David S. Burden}, title = {Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water}, year =.

Effective monitoring of natural attenuation processes requires a clear understanding of hydrogeologic controls on ground-water flow, a three-dimensional approach to monitoring network design, and clearly defined performance criteria based on site-specific remedial action objectives.

Objectives for the monitoring program generally will be met through routine evaluations of institutional. This report identifies data needs and evaluation methods useful for monitoring the performance of MNA remedies selected for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in groundwater.

Technical Protocol for Evaluating Natural Attenuation of Chlorinated Solvents in Groundwater (PDF) ( pp, MB) SeptemberEPA R speciic data and interpretations to design a performance monitoring system (i.e., to determine the necessary monitoring parameters, locations, and frequency for monitoring).

This publication provides a framework for site characterization in the context of MNA and is. active methods (EPA, ). Long-term performance monitoring is a fundamental component of a MNA remedy, hence the emphasis on “monitoring” in the term “monitored natural attenuation”.

Other terms associated with natural attenuation in the literature include “intrinsic remediation”, “intrinsic. Use of Monitored Natural Attenuation at Superfund, RCRA Corrective Action, and Underground Storage Tank Sites (U.S.

EPA, ) and. Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water. EPA//R/ (Pope et al., ). appropriate for every site (USEPA, ). MNA may be appropriate as a sole ground water remedy if no source is present and site conditions indicate that natural attenuation alone would meet the remediation objectives.

Source control and long term performance monitoring are fundamental components of any MNA remedy. Monitored natural attenuation (MNA) can be an effective and low cost approach for remediation of chlorinated volatile organic compound (cVOCs) sites.

MNA includes physical, chemical and biological processes that reduce contaminant mass or concentration in soil or groundwater. The most common MNA mechanisms at cVOC contaminated sites are. Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Groundwater, OSWER EPAR, September[Also EPA//R/, April ] This report identifies data needs and evaluation methods useful for monitoring the performance of MNA remedies selected for VOCs in groundwater.

Performance monitoring of monitored natural attenuation remedies for volatile organic compounds in ground water Note Title from title screen (viewed on ). "April " "EPA//R/" Funding Information Prepared under contract to Dynamac Corporation C and C Format Mode of access: Internet from the EPA web.

Get this from a library. Performance monitoring of MNA remedies for VOCs in ground water. [Daniel F Pope; National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)] -- Monitored natural attenuation refers to the reliance on natural attenuation processes to achieve site-specific remediation objectives within a time frame that is reasonable compared to that offered.

When we talked about this in the last lecture. >> Yeah. >> You think about these differently, right. >> Yeah, there's a lot of great guidance in terms of how to do this sort of monitoring.

And one of the best resources that's out there is this EPA document from Title of this is Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water. tation (EPA, a) and Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water (EPA, b). Sampling frequency and required decisions will dictate the level of detail needed in a groundwater monitoring report.

In general, groundwater sites require reports prepared at different frequencies and that vary in scope and content. Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Groundwater.

April Publication EPAR USEPA. Monitored Natural Attenuation of MTBE as a Risk Management Option at Leaking Underground Storage Tank Sites.

January Publication EPAR USEPA. Natural Attenuation of the Lead Scavengers 1,2-Dibromoethane (EDB) and 1,2. • Guidance on Remediation of Petroleum-Contaminated Ground Water by Natural Attenuation, Washington State Department of Ecology, Pub. (Guidance) Í THIS DOCUMENT • User’s Manual: Natural Attenuation Analysis Tool Package for Petroleum-Contaminated Ground Water, Washington State Department of Ecology, Pub.

Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water D. Pope, S. Acree, H. Levine, S. Mangion, J. van Ee, K. Hurt, and B.

Wilson. EPA R, 92 pp, Designed to be used during preparation and review of long-term monitoring plans for sites where MNA has been or may be selected as part of the remedy.Title: Performance Monitoring of MNA Remedies for VOCs in Ground Water Author: D.

Pope, K. Hurt, B. Wilson, S. Acree, H. Levine, S. Mangion, & J. van Ee.threat to ground water exists when a volatile contaminant above the default IGWSSL or site-specific IGWSRS is present under a capped site.

This procedure is used when ground water is currently uncontaminated. For cases where ground water is already contaminated, an MNA approach may be used (with additional requirements) to manage the site.