Description

Includes extensive studies on decontamination techniques for buildings, structures and equipment for hazardous materials sites.

Readership

Firms involved in cleanup of Superfund and hazardous materials sites.

Table of Contents

Contents and Subject Index 1. Introduction Background Purpose Organization 2. Conclusions and Recommendations Conclusions Recommendations for Future Study 3. 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 4. 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) 5. 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:

Details

No. of pages:
267
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 1987
Published:
Imprint:
William Andrew
Print ISBN:
9780815511205
Electronic ISBN:
9780080944418