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Disposal of liquid wastes by injection underground

Arthur M. Piper

Disposal of liquid wastes by injection underground

neither myth nor millennium

by Arthur M. Piper

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waste disposal in the ground.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Arthur M. Piper.
    SeriesGeological Survey circular 631, Geological Survey circular ;, 631.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE75 .C5 no. 631
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 15 p.
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5738426M
    LC Control Number70605426

    Determination of Wastes Suitable for Deep-Well Injection The Subcommittee on Waste Disposal of the Committee on Sanitary Engineering and Environment, National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council (Committee reports J , and Janu ) has stated that, since the injection of liquid wastes into a sub- surface rock. Exclusions from Underground Injection Control Regulations The following injection activities are not covered by OAR (1) Single family residential septic systems and cesspools; or non-residential septic systems and cesspools handling only human sanitary wastes and designed to serve less than 20 people per day or with a design flow of less than 2, .

    reviewed, and published in Deep Injection Disposal of Hazardous and Industrial Waste, a book by Academic Press, which is still very much in demand. The Second International Symposium on Underground Injection Science and Technology is a timely opportunity to take stock of developments over the past nine years, assess the state of the art, and. Millions of gallons of low-level radioactive liquid nuclear wastes are currently being temporarily being stored _____ underground It has been suggested that you could create permanent storage sites for this liquid by hollowing out ________ _____ such as basalt or granite.

    Subsurface injection of liquid waste is the emplacement of waste liquids associated with manufacturing, sewage treatment, petroleum production, and other activities for disposal purposes into porous geologic formations. The emplacement is accomplished by pumping wastes down a well designed for waste disposal. The determination of maximum injection pressures is an important component of planning and permitting for deep well disposal of liquid wastes. In the United States, safe injection pressures are defined as those that do not initiate or propagate fractures. The maximum injection pressures are often based on the closure pressure at the wellbore Author: A. Abou-Sayed, T.W. Thompson, K. Keckler.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Piper, Arthur M. (Arthur Maine), Disposal of liquid wastes by injection underground. Washington, U.S. Dept. Disposal of liquid Disposal of liquid wastes by injection underground book by lniection Underground- Injecting liquid wastes deep underground is an at­ jection cannot be allowed to put wastes out of min d.

Injection is no more than storage-for all time in the case of the most intractable wastes-in undergroundCited by: Get this from a library. Disposal of liquid wastes by injection underground: neither myth nor millennium.

[Arthur M Piper; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Chapters in Section 4, cover a diverse range of other issues concerning the injection of liquid wastes including two that deal with induced seismicity. In Section 5, Russian scientists have contributed several chapters revealing their knowledge and experience of the deep injection disposal of high-level radioactive liquid processing : Multimedia CD.

Books and Book Chapters. Lerman, A., Wiser, N.M Meyer, F.W.,Disposal of liquid wastes in cavernous dolostones beneath southeastern Florida, in Hydrogeology of karstic terranes Hickey, J.J.,Convective circulation during subsurface injection of liquid waste, in International Symposium on Subsurface Injection of Oil.

@article{osti_, title = {Status of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory new hydrofracture facility: Implications for the disposal of liquid low-level radioactive wastes by underground injection}, author = {Haase, C S and Stow, S H}, abstractNote = {From toOak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) disposed of approximately x 10/sup 16/ Bq ( x 10/sup 5/.

However, underground injection wells may be covered by an existing State program. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA, PL ), as amended, requires that EPA regulate the disposal of hazardous wastes includ- ing.

Underground Liquid Waste Disposal. As of mid, at least industrial wastewater injection wells had been constructed in 24 states. Statistics concerning these wells are presented and their environmental impact appraised. A few states have specific laws and regulations concerning such wells, but most states use existing general by: 7.

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates the underground disposal of liquid wastes through injection wells. EPA regulations require that firms operating underground injection control (UIC) facilities exhibit financial responsibility sufficient to pay for the cost of plugging and abandoning (P&A) injection : William A.

Hillison, William F. Jordan, Kenneth Pogach. Deepwell or underground injection, aqueous organic treatment, incineration, and landfill and surface impoundments are the common hazardous waste management techniques being used.

In a deepwell injection system, hazardous wastes in liquid form are injected several thousand feet below the surface through a reinforced well shaft into porous. Underground Injection Wells For Produced Water Disposal. Rick McCurdy. Used to inject and remove liquid hydrocarbons from underground storage (i.e.

salt caverns) and gave the EPA the authority to regulate the underground injection of all wastes in order to protect USDWs. In the following decade, Federal UIC regulations were passed. Earth's crust is pervasively fractured at depth by faults.

These faults can sustain high stresses without slipping because natural "tectonic" stress and the weight of the overlying rock pushes the opposing fault blocks together, increasing the frictional resistance to fault slip. The injected wastewater counteracts the frictional forces on faults and, in effect, "pries them.

term "disposal" when referring to the underground injection of wastes. Their reasons are that underground injection is not, as many advocates claim, "a complete and final answer" to the waste-disposal problem.

Rather, it is merely a process wherein the injected wastes are committed to the subsurfaceCited by: 5. For most such wastes, land disposal is the ultimate destination, although it is not an attractive practice, because of the inherent environmental risks involved.

Two basic methods of land disposal include landfilling and underground injection. Prior to land disposal, surface storage or containment systems are often employed as a temporary method. An injection well is a device that places fluid deep underground into porous rock formations, such as sandstone or limestone, or into or below the shallow soil layer.

The fluid may be water, wastewater, brine (salt water), or water mixed with chemicals. Waste disposal. Oil and gas production. Waste site remediation. Deep Injection Disposal of Hazardous and Industrial Waste is the first text to bring together scientific and engineering aspects of deep well injection techniques in light of increasingly stringent environmental regulation.

This text considers important aspects of modern deep well injection, including regulatory matters, the design and construction of injection wells, well Price: $ UIC Underground injection control: WVDEP regulatory program, including all types of injection wells (mine waste, septic, industrial, other).

Mining-waste injection is administered by the Division of Mining and Reclamation. UL Recommended upper intake level. UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural OrganizationFile Size: KB. Underground Injection Control (UIC) program and steel industry wastes began • s: Injection practices increase sharply as the manufacturing of chemicals boomed Early Injection Disposal Well Sandstone Limestone Heat Pump Air.

We consider a mathematical model of injection of a pollutant-containing solution into a stratum covered with a weakly penetrable clayey layer (water-confining stratum).

The novelty of the statement of the problem lies in taking account of the linear action of pollutants on the buffer (protective) capabilities of the swelling clayey layer covering the : É.

Khramchenkov, M. Khramchenkov. The remaining four sections deal with experience relating to injection of, respectively, liquid wastes, liquid radioactive wastes in Russia, slurried solids, and compressed carbon dioxide. Chapters in Section 4, cover a diverse range of other issues concerning the injection of liquid wastes including two that deal with induced seismicity.Deep well injection is the disposal of concentrate into the voids and pores of rocks deep underground.

Concentrate is injected down a well that consists of .Excavated depressions such as ponds, pits, or lagoons into which liquid hazardous wastes are drained and stored. Deep-Well Injection When humans inject hazardous waste way underground to keep it from contaminating groundwater.