6.2 创新性技术评价报告Innovative Technology Evaluation Report

 

“格雷斯生物整治技术-德拉门德(DaramendTM)生物整治技术”:

1996年7月,USEPA为德拉门德(DaramendTM)土壤整治技术发表了题为“格雷斯生物整治技术-德拉门德(DaramendTM)生物整治技术”的“创新性技术评价报告”(EPA,1996)(右图为此发表物的封面)

这个报告总结了德拉门德(DaramendTM)生物整治技术在多姆塔木料防腐加工厂址(美国新泽西州安大略湖的特伦顿市),对被污染的土壤治理的演示。此污染物包括多环芳烃PAHs和氯化酚。演示展示了该产品的独到的处理效果和成本花费的优势。(EPA,1996)

此演示项目由EPA拨款(合同号No. 68-CO-0048和No. 68-C5-0036) ,并由国际科学应用公司(Science Applications International Corporation)实施研究。演示工程从1993年10月开工到1994年10月结束。(EPA,1996)

“GRACE Bioremediation Technologies-DaramendTM Bioremediation Technology”:

In July of 1996, DaramendTM Bioremediation Technology was published by USEPA as“An innovative Technology Evaluation Report” named “GRACE Bioremediation Technologies-DaramendTM Bioremediation Technology” (EPA, 1996) (see above picture shown the cover).

This report summarizes the results and activities of the demonstration of DARAMEND Bioremediation Technology for the treatment of soils contaminated with polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and chlorinated phenols, including pentachlorophenol (PCP) at the Domtar Wood Preserving Facility in Trenton, Ontario. (EPA,1996)

This demonstration was under the USEPA’s Superfund with contract No. 68-CO-0048 and No. 68-C5-0036 to Science Applications International Corporation and implemented from October 1993 to September 1994. (EPA,1996)

 

“有机爆炸物质污染土壤的就地生物整治”

美国EPA在2002年7月1日,发表了题为“有机爆炸物质污染土壤的就地生物整治”的新闻 (EPA,2002)

"Full-Scale Bioremediation of Organic Explosive-Contaminated Soil"

U.S. EPA published a news with title called "Full-Scale Bioremediation of Organic Explosive-Contaminated Soil” on July 1, 2002 (EPA,2002).

 

“ 美国弗罗里达州立法接受EHC-M”

2005年9月7号,美国弗罗里达州州长,阶柏·布什,给阿德文特斯老总,吉米·穆勒,发了一份官方通知:“弗罗里达州立法接受EHCTM 作为地下水和土壤的‘就地’和‘异地’整治技术。(FDEP,2005)”

“FDEP Regulatory Acceptance for EHC-M”:

September 7, 2005, The governor of Florida, Jeb Bush, sent an official letter to the CEO of Adventus, Dr. Jim Mueller, to notify“The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (Department) accepted EHC-M products for in situ and ex situ remediation of contaminated groundwater and soil (FDEP, 2005)”.