Carbon disulphide sources, risks and treatment: an emerging contaminant of environmental concern?

R M Kalin, P. Myles, K McGeough

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Abstract

Carbon disulphide (CS2) is a contaminant of concern at a significant number of US EPA Superfund sites, and is found at an increasing number of contaminated land and groundwater sites. The risk assessment and remediation Of CS2 therefore requires a wider appreciation for the potential occurrences and what remediation options are available when identified as a contaminant of concern. This paper reviews the sources, risks and remediation options that are currently known for CS2 contaminated soil and groundwater.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationPermeable reactive barriers
EditorsG.A. Boshoff, B.D. Bone
Place of PublicationWallingford
Pages82-92
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventInternational Symposium on Permeable Reactive Barriers - Belfast, United Kingdom
Duration: 2 Mar 20052 Mar 2005

Publication series

NameIAHS Publication
PublisherInternational Association of Hydrological Sciences
Volume298
ISSN (Print)0144-7815

Conference

ConferenceInternational Symposium on Permeable Reactive Barriers
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBelfast
Period2/03/052/03/05

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remediation
pollutant
carbon
contaminated land
groundwater
Superfund
risk assessment
contaminated soil

Keywords

  • carbon disulphide sources
  • risks
  • treatment
  • contaminant
  • environmental concern

Cite this

Kalin, R. M., Myles, P., & McGeough, K. (2005). Carbon disulphide sources, risks and treatment: an emerging contaminant of environmental concern? In G. A. Boshoff, & B. D. Bone (Eds.), Permeable reactive barriers (pp. 82-92). (IAHS Publication; Vol. 298). Wallingford.
Kalin, R M ; Myles, P. ; McGeough, K. / Carbon disulphide sources, risks and treatment : an emerging contaminant of environmental concern?. Permeable reactive barriers. editor / G.A. Boshoff ; B.D. Bone. Wallingford, 2005. pp. 82-92 (IAHS Publication).
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Kalin, RM, Myles, P & McGeough, K 2005, Carbon disulphide sources, risks and treatment: an emerging contaminant of environmental concern? in GA Boshoff & BD Bone (eds), Permeable reactive barriers. IAHS Publication, vol. 298, Wallingford, pp. 82-92, International Symposium on Permeable Reactive Barriers , Belfast, United Kingdom, 2/03/05.

Carbon disulphide sources, risks and treatment : an emerging contaminant of environmental concern? / Kalin, R M; Myles, P.; McGeough, K.

Permeable reactive barriers. ed. / G.A. Boshoff; B.D. Bone. Wallingford, 2005. p. 82-92 (IAHS Publication; Vol. 298).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution book

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Kalin RM, Myles P, McGeough K. Carbon disulphide sources, risks and treatment: an emerging contaminant of environmental concern? In Boshoff GA, Bone BD, editors, Permeable reactive barriers. Wallingford. 2005. p. 82-92. (IAHS Publication).