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Treatment Cost Comparison and Development of Sustainability Indices for Microwave Soil Remediation of TPHs(Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons)
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 Title & Authors
Treatment Cost Comparison and Development of Sustainability Indices for Microwave Soil Remediation of TPHs(Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons)
Kim, Dong Uk; Koo, Ja-Kong;
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 Abstract
The three processes of 1) high- & low-temperature microwave heatings, 2) the soil washing, and 3) the thermal desorption processes in soil remediation are analysed on the treatment cost data for 2003-2012 years. The cost of microwave heating method with at temperature 500-700℃, for 30 minutes, and at 4-6 kW is approximately 10 $/ton (13,000 ₩) due to the deep through heating of micro-wave, the soil washing with chemicals is about 80 $/ton (85,000 ₩) due to the chemicals & duration, and the thermal desorption process is around 40 $/ton (41,000 ₩) from the less efficiency. Furthermore the sustainability has been assessed, and suggestions are made. 1) Green; the minimal environmental footprint, 2) Growth; the least cost, 3) Shared; the social & environmental justice, 4) Smart; the microwave characteristics of deep through irradiation & heating, and 5) Mutuality; the flexibility of the technology. More additives including water, the government support, and public relation are suggested realizing the microwave in this condition is not harmful to human beings.
 Keywords
Microwave heatings;Soil washing;Thermal desorption;SSaM-GG (Smart, Shared, and Mutual - Green Growth);Sustainability middle indices;
 Language
English
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