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Thermal Desorption - References

 

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Desnoyers, D. A., (2004). “Record of Decision: 34 Freeman’s Road Bridge Site.” New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

Environment Canada. “Soil Remediation: Low Temperature Thermal Desorption.” <http://www.on.ec.gc.ca/pollution/ecnpd/tabs/tab13-e.html> (Nov. 19 2002).

Floess, C. H., Thorpe, M., Hoose, L., and McDonough, S. (2011). “Freeman’s Bridge Road Site Remediation Using Thermal Desorption.” Geo-Frontiers, 846-855.

Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR). (2008, July). “Data Requirements for Soil, Sediment, and Sludge.” <http://www.frtr.gov/matrix2/section2/2_2_1.html> (Mar. 11, 2013).

Mechati, F., Roth, E., Renault, V., Risoul, V., Trouve, G., Gilot, P. (2004). “Pilot Scale and Theoretical Study of Thermal Remediation of Soils.” Environmental Engineering Science, 21(3), 361-370.

Midwest Soil Remediation. (2013a). “More About Thermal Desorption.” <http://www.midwestsoil.com/thermal-desorption/more-about-thermal-desorption/> (Mar. 14, 2013).

Midwest Soil Remediation. (2013b). “Thermal Desorption Projects.” <http://www.midwestsoil.com/gallery/thermal-desorption-projects/> (Mar. 18, 2013).

Miller, S. M. (1997, August). “Site Review and Update: Industrial Latex Corporation.” New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Consumer and Environmental Health Services.

Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC). (1998a, June). “Application Guide for Thermal Desorption Systems.” NFESC, Port Hueneme, CA (Feb. 24, 2013).

NFESC. (1998b, February). “Overview of Thermal Desorption Technology.” NFESC, Port Hueneme, CA (Feb. 24, 2013).

RASCO, Inc. (1993, February). “Low Temperature Thermal Desorption Processes for the Remediation of Soils Contaminated with Solvents, Hydrocarbons, and Petroleum Products.” U.S. Army Environmental Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

Sharma, H. D., and Reddy, K. R. (2004). “Thermal Desorption.” Geoenvironmental Remediation: Site Remediation, Waste Containment, and Emerging Waste Management Technologies, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ, 445-456.

Smith, M. T., Berruit, F., Mehrotra, A. K. (2001). “Thermal Desorption Treatment of Contaminated Soils in a Novel Batch Thermal Reactor.” Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 40(23), 5421-5430.

Sullivan, T. P., (1997). “Thermal Desorption: A Technology Review.” Texas A&M University.

United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). (1994, October) “Chapter VI: Low-Temperature Thermal Desorption.” How to Evaluate Alternative Cleanup Technologies for Underground Storage Tank Sites: A Guide for Corrective Action Plan Reviewers, USEPA.

USEPA. (2001, February). “Low Temperature Thermal Desorption.” <http://www.epa.state.il.us/community-relations/fact-sheets/southeast-rockford/southeast-rockford-9f.html> (Mar. 14, 2013).

USEPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. (2003, June). “Cost and Performance Summary Report: Thermal Desorption at Industrial Latex Superfund Site.” USEPA.

 

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