Includes extensive studies on decontamination techniques for buildings, structures and equipment for hazardous materials sites.
Firms involved in cleanup of Superfund and hazardous materials sites.
Contents and Subject Index
- Introduction Background Purpose Organization
- Conclusions and Recommendations Conclusions Recommendations for Future Study
- Development of A Decontamination Strategy Step 1. Determination of the Nature and Extent of Contamination Step 2. Development of a Site-Specific Decontamination Plan Step 3. Evaluation of Decontamination Effectiveness Case Studies
- Decontamination Methods Asbestos Abatement (Method 1) Absorption (Method 2) Demolition (Method 3) Dismantling (Method 4) Dusting/Vacuuming/Wiping (Method 5) Encapsulation/Enclosure (Method 6) Gritblasting (Method 7) Hydroblasting/Waterwashing (Method 8) Painting/Coating (Method 9) Scarification (Method 10) Radkleen (Method 11) Solvent Washing (Method 12) Steam Cleaning (Method 13) Vapor-Phase Solvent Extraction (Method 14) Acid Etching (Method 15) Bleaching (Method 16) Flaming (Method 17) Drilling and Spalling Method (Method 18) K-20 Sealant (Method 19) Microbial Degradation (Method 20) Photochemical Degradation (Method 21)
- Worker Health and Safety Training Medical Surveillance Personal Protective Equipment Site Safety Plan References Appendix A: Superfund Site Survey Appendix B: Sampling Methods Appendix C: Cost Analysis Appendix D: Case Study-Seveso, Italy Appendix E: Case Study-Binghamton State Office Building Appendix F: Case Study-Sontag Road Area Appendix G: Case Study-One Market Plaza Office Complex Appendix H: Case Study-Frankford Arsenal Appendix I: Case Study-New England Office Building Appendix J: Case Study-Luminous Processes, Inc. Appendix K: Case Study-Chemical Metals Industries, Inc.
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- © William Andrew 1987
- 31st December 1987
- William Andrew
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