Rehabilitation of the Historically Polluted Site - Oil Residue Lagoons. Techniques for Remediation
(Reabilitarea sitului poluat istoric ? Batal reziduuri petroliere. Tehnici de remediere)
Vol LXII • No. 3A/2010
Ioan Bica, Cristian Dobre
Technical University of Civil Engineering, Bucharest, Romania

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The contaminated site of 8,200 m2 comprises of four oil sludge (tar) lagoons and adjacent area. The over 100 years of crude oil processing activities carried out by the refinery had a significant impact in this area.With the review of the Site use history, field observations, soil and water samples test results there was a very clear pollutant linkage between the open tar lagoons and any member of the local community. To break these pollutant linkages and to address the associated human health and environmental risks, some form of remedial action will be warranted. The objective of the remedial work was to reduce the mobility of contaminants present on site to groundwater and to protect the land use to a standard suitable for usage as green area.

Situl contaminat cu suprafata de 8,200 m2 consta in 4 bazine (batal) cu slam petrolier (gudroane) si zona adiacenta. Peste 100 de ani de activitati de procesare a titeiului desfasurate de catre rafinarie au avut un impact semnificativ in aceasta regiune.
Pe baza istoricului sitului, a observatiilor de teren, rezultatelor probelor de apa si sol, a rezultat foarte clar o legatura de poluare intre batalul cu gudroane si orice membru al comunitatii locale.
Pentru ruperea acestor legaturi de poluare si reducerea riscului asociat cu sanatatea umana si mediul, anumite tipuri de actiuni de remediere au fost necesare. Obiectivul lucrarilor de remediere a fost de a reduce mobilitatea contaminantilor prezenti in apa subterana si a proteja utilizarea terenului la un standard acceptabil de utilizare ca zona verde.

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