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  • In-situ soil, sediment, bedrock & sludge treatment

    Technologies. We have experience in the design and delivery of some 35 remediation techniques for the treatment of contaminated soils, groundwater, sediment, sludges and tars. These techniques have been proven at full commercial scale through the remediation of over 1,000 sites and the on-site treatment of over 5 million tonnes of soil.

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  • Excavator Mixing » Soil Mixing » Geo-Solutions | Soil and

    in-situ vs. ex-situ Earthwork Calculations - Earthwork/grading

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  • Parfect in situ soil stabilization system with dry binder

    Dry feeding mixing system (DFMS) also called in situ soil stabilization system, this type device should be used on wet working condition, such as silt or sludge, swampland, river bed, bog, this type device use dry binder (powder) that always consist of proportional dry cement, lime, ash powder or others accordingly, equipment can mix them according to the pre-setting proportion, and then feed

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  • Advanced In Situ Soil Water Sampling System for Monitoring

    Jan 23, 2019 · contents in the soil and more rarely referred to loads in the soil leachate. Although in situ soil leachate analysis yields more realistic drainage water quality estimates than soil contamination level–derived estimates, there is no existing standard for how to explicitly sample soil leachate for the required contaminant migra-tion detection.

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  • In Situ Soil Stabilization, Ground Solidification

    The in situ soil mixing equipment is mainly used for shallow soil mixing of soft soil layer, clay, sludge, peat and polluted soil. The in situ soil mixing equipment is mainly a excavator mounted soil mixer (0-9 meters deep), mixing the soft soil with the soil binder, thus changing the geological structure, enhancing soil stability, and forming a stable and solidified foundation.

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  • Brooklyn, NY: Gowanus Canal Superfund Site » In Situ

    In Situ Soil Stabilization, MGP Sites, Sediments, Superfund Site In 2015, the 7 th street turning basin, which is attached to the Gowanus and water tank) and two debris removal containers. On the second barge, an 180,000 lb. hydraulic drill rig, a CAT324 excavator (debris removal) and three conex containers used for an office and tool

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  • US6193444B1 - In-situ blending and transferring of earth

    A method and apparatus for blending and transferring earth material at a blending site. The apparatus has a sinking shank mounted on the end of a boom of a working machine. Two cutter drums are mounted in spaced relation on the end of the shank for rotation about a horizontal axis. The working machine is advanced toward the blending site.

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  • Parfect excavator soil mixer for sludge stabilization system

    In-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) using soil mixing/blending involves the application of several chemical oxidants, alone or in conjunction, including sodium hydroxide activated sodium persulfate (B-ASP), hydrated lime activated sodium persulfate (L-ASP), modified Fenton's reagent (MFR), MFR activated sodium persulfate (M-ASP), and permanganates. Reagents are directly blended into and/or around …

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  • US6543963B2 - Apparatus for high-volume in situ soil

    An apparatus for high volume in-situ treatment of contaminated soil is a mobile vehicle with a chain trenching tool an excavator drums attached to the idler wheel to extend the width of soil cutting and increase the volume of soil being churned and treated in-situ. The drums may be arranged both for clock-wise and counter clock-wise rotation, and oriented to provide vertical lifting and

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  • Deep Soil Mixing for Retention of Excavations

    Mar 31, 2014 · "Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice." 2nd edition. Wiley, New York.Walker, Andrew D. (1994) "A Deep Soil Mix Cutoff Wall at Lockington Dam, Ohio."In-Situ Deep Soil Improvement. ASCE, 1994. Weatherby, D. and Zywicki, D. (2012). "Deep Soil Mixed Wall and Jet Grouting for an Excavation Retention System at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston."

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  • Soil heating and fire effects resulting from in situ oil

    Although in situ burning of spilled oil may be a useful tool, its effects on vegetative communities and long-term site recovery are important concerns. Burning oil may produce temperatures that heat soils. This soil heating may affect the soil's ability to supply water and nutrient needed by plants.

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  • Advanced In Situ Soil Water Sampling System for Monitoring

    Jan 23, 2019 · contents in the soil and more rarely referred to loads in the soil leachate. Although in situ soil leachate analysis yields more realistic drainage water quality estimates than soil contamination level–derived estimates, there is no existing standard for how to explicitly sample soil leachate for the required contaminant migra-tion detection.

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  • Soil – Northstar

    Soil Excavation and In-Situ Stabilization. NorthStar can meet the needs of any soil management project. Excavation and removal of hazardous or contaminated materials from soil, sediment, and, groundwater. Bench Studies and Pilot Projects to evaluate and develop mix designs that will minimize the cost of additives to stabilize/fixate hazardous

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  • Development of Method and Tool for Optimizing the

    Ex-Situ Remediation of Polluted Soil By Lucas Grégory . In that case the go, return and turn can be spared as the grading equipment can dump the contaminated soil in one passage in perpendicular direction compared to the moves of the former proposal (fig. 1c). In …

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  • GUIDANCE DOCUMENT VERIFICATION OF SOIL REMEDIATION

    Part 1 is divided into five main sections: Verifying Excavation Remedies, Verifying In-Situ and Ex-Situ Soil Remedies, Sample Analysis, Background Soil Samples, and Reports. The excavation and in-situ remediations require different strategies for verification. Guidance is …

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  • Large-scale on-site and in-situ bioremediation of xylene

    Soil and groundwater show high concentration levels in two former production areas. The remediation is based on on site biopiling of the soil in the unsaturated and smearing zone and in situ aerobic bioremediation of soil and groundwater in the saturated zone. Specifications

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  • What is Soil Remediation? (with pictures) - Info Bloom

    In-situ soil remidiation (as mentioned above) is the best choice and can be fast in very sandy soils. However, it doesn't work with too much clay in the soil. Also, forcing a chemical reaction or a biological reaction sounds simple, but the risk of ending up with even more dangerous products is huge.

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  • Deep Soil Mixing for Retention of Excavations

    Mar 31, 2014 · "Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice." 2nd edition. Wiley, New York.Walker, Andrew D. (1994) "A Deep Soil Mix Cutoff Wall at Lockington Dam, Ohio."In-Situ Deep Soil Improvement. ASCE, 1994. Weatherby, D. and Zywicki, D. (2012). "Deep Soil Mixed Wall and Jet Grouting for an Excavation Retention System at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston."

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  • Deep Soil Mixing - Raito, Inc.

    Deep Soil Mixing method is an in-situ soil mixing technology that mixes existing soil with cementitious materials using mixing shafts consisting of auger cutting heads, discontinuous auger flights, and mixing paddles. The mixing equipment varies from single to six augers configurations depending on the purpose of the deep mixing. The soil-cement produced generally has higher strength, less

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  • Decontamination Methods, Soil, Matter, Water | INTERGEO

    5.0 In-situ S/S equipment and its application 5.1 In-situ auger mixing Auger mixing is the most widely used technique of in-situ soil mixing and is especially useful for deeper applications, greater than 15 feet (4.6 m). Auger mixing is suitable for a wide range of soil types to depths in excess of 100 ft

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