Fugitive emission monitoring with Open-Path FTIR at Times Beach, Missouri, City Park.
Environmental monitoring and remediation technologies. Conference. Boston, MA, USA, 1998/11/02.
During the cleanup of dioxin-contaminated soils from the Times Beach, Missouri, Superfund site, workers excavating a trench near the old City Park became nauseous from fumes emanating the excavation ditch.
Investigations by US EPA and Missouri Department of Natural Resources found that approximately 12000 square feet of soil was contaminated by toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes.
During the remediation of this site, Open-Path FTIR was used to monitor the perimeter of the excavation and stockpile areas.
The air monitoring data was collected and screened on a near real time basis to ensure that off-site workers and the public were protected.
This paper outlines the air monitoring procedures used during the project and the difficulties encountered while sampling at the site.
Mots-clés Pascal : Missouri, Etats Unis, Amérique du Nord, Amérique, Pollution sol, Composé organique, Composé aromatique, Décontamination, Impact environnement, Pollution air, Emission polluant, Toluène, Benzène(éthyl), Xylène, Surveillance, Teneur émission, Mesure émission, Télédétection, Spectrométrie IR, Transformation Fourier, Exposition professionnelle, Protection personne
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Missouri, United States, North America, America, Soil pollution, Organic compounds, Aromatic compound, Decontamination, Environment impact, Air pollution, Pollutant emission, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Surveillance, Emission content, Emission measure, Remote sensing, Infrared spectrometry, Fourier transformation, Occupational exposure, Person protection
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