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…WELCOME TO My

PRESENTATION

Peter Aniediabasi John


Environmental Remediation Consultant
Nigeria
+234-803-9693897
ecolegal.ng@gmail.com; peanijo@yahoo.com
BIOREMEDIATION
OF
PAST IMPACTED SITE

Using

RENA-Phytotemediation Co-practice

2009
Tips
In carrying out this project, various salient activities were
outlined for a complete elimination of the Oil contaminants
from the receiving soil.
These include:
1.Personnel & equipment mobilization
2.Baseline status study (pre study)
3.Selection & provision of appropriate nutrient
4.Provision & planting of habitat plants
5.Baseline confirmation study (post study)
Four major activities were coined out from the five mentioned points
above
Activity Description Pattern

Each of the four activities were sub titled


into;
Explanatory notes
a.Plan/Approach
b.Result/Discussion
c.Conclusion/Recommendations
ACTIVITY 1:
Title: Movement of Personnel/Equipments
to the Site and Back
ACTIVITY 2:
Title: Provision of Enhancement and
Enrichment
ACTIVITY 3:
Title: Provision of specific plants for the
continuous removal oils from impacted
location
ACTIVITY 4:
Title: Baseline Confirmation Test
There are different techniques of eliminating pollutant from the
environment, but only few are effective, environmentally
friendly and readily available. They are as follows:

TDU BIOREMEDIATION

CHEMICAL BURNING
CLEAN-UP

PHYSICAL
CLEAN-UP
BIOREMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIES

Bioremediation can be defined as a process of utilizing biological agents, (such as micro-


organisms and plants) to get rid of pollutants or contaminants.
Bioremediation can be broadly subdivided into five approaches:

Bioreactors

Solid phase technologies


Ex-situ Treatment
Composting

Land farming

In-situ bioremediation In-situ Treatment


BIOREMEDIATION
Methods
1. RENA
2. REMA

Supports Practice:
1. Phyto-remediation
2. Zoo-remediation

RENA: Remediation by Enhanced Natural Attenuation


REMA: Remediation by Enhanced Microbial Augmentation
Simple RENA/REMA Principle
MICROBIAL
CONTAMINANTS
CONSORTIUM

FACTORS
•Soil pH
NUTRIENT
•Soil grain ratio
•Moisture content
•Aeration
•Nutrient
•Carbon/energy source
•Viable microbial cell
•Absence of
antimicrobial

Proper consideration of Environmental


Factors
Illustration of Site Status

Location prior to remediation (late 2008) Location after remediation (late 2009)
Clean-up Stages
Practical Remediation Processes
-Initial tilling
-Soil heaping
-Enrichment
-Bulking
-Refilling
-Final tilling
-Planting
-Watering
-Monitoring (continuous)
Laboratory Attention
SOIL WATER

PRE- PRE-
QUALITIES QUALITIES
ANALYSIS

PROGRESS PROGRESS
MONITORING MONITORING
Hint!
Microbiology Physico-chemistry
-THBC Physical:
-THFC -Temp. (w/s)
-HUBC -pH (w/s)
-HUFC MAJOR -Soil grain analysis (s)
-%HUB PARAMETERS
-%HUF Chemical:
e.t.c -Turbidity (w)
-Salinity (w)
Note: -Nutrient (N, P:w/s)
…enhancement by -THC (w/s)
cell augmentation can
be carried out from e.t.c
lab test result…
Summary
…it is generally observed that the bioremediation
exercise is alleviating the extent of pollution at the
impacted location.

A further check on the stability trend in the


parameters, shows that the location will at the end
of about 42 days gain its original status. This is
in-line with the ‘Bioremediation Efficiency Check’,
(BEC) done on the generated data.
THANK YOU
VERY MUCH FOR
YOUR
ATTENTION