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Tracking Full-Scale Performance of an
Injectable Sorptive Biobarrier:
One Year and Beyond
The logo and ANTEA are registrat...
The Site Bench/Pilot Testing Full-Scale Application
From the Sky:
76 Station
Daly City
California
The History
• Operating gas station with prior leaking UST
• Prior remedial efforts to clean up BTEX and TPH-GRO
successfu...
The History (continued)
• MNA important polishing on-site
• Site responded well to increased dissolved oxygen
• Plume migr...
Site Geology
6
~12 ft. to 37-38 ft. bgs: Poorly
sorted primarily sand (SP) with
some interbedded silt and clay
38 ft. to 4...
Groundwater
Flow
Direction
Groundwater Elevation
Contours (A Zone)
September 17, 2018
Molecular Biological Tools and Geochemistry
In Situ Microcosms
GEO
COC
MICRO
Supplier
MNA
BioStim
BioAug
• MW-8, 10, 11, and 14 used for
microcosm testing
• Water column height dictated
specific approach per well
• Sulfate and ...
The Site Full-Scale ApplicationBench/Pilot Testing
The Chemistry
12
The Chemistry
1.
Fine particle
activated
carbon (1-2
microns)
2.
Combined with
unique
polymer for
distribution
enhancement...
Bench Test Results
14
Baseline
1
Baseline
2
Control
1
Control
2
Treated
1
Treated
2
Analyte (µg/L) 3/10/16 3/10/16 3/31/16...
Pilot Test
Monitoring
Wells:
MW-14/24
15
MW-24
MW-14
• Direct push PlumeStop® at MW-14
and MW-24 (locations exceeded goal)
• Direct push ORC-A® to enhance
biodegradation 30 da...
Injection Highlights
The Results: MW-14
50
100
150
200
250
300
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
6,000
7,000
8,000
8/14/13 3/2/14 9/18/14 4/6/15 10...
The Results: MW-24
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Secondary Results: MW-14
-150
-100
-50
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0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
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4
1/31/16 3/21/16 5/10/16 6/29/16 8/18/16 10/7...
Secondary Results: MW-24
-250
-200
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-100
-50
0
50
100
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250
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0.5
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1.5
2
2.5
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3.5
4
1/31/16 5/10/16 8/18/16 11...
Lessons Learned
• Direct push injection into sand is not always what it
appears
• A bioamendment can be an important addit...
The Site Full-Scale ApplicationBench/Pilot Testing
• Four biobarriers installed to
protect downgradient municipal
well approximately 600 ft. away
• X lbs. of PlumeStop® per ...
Injection
Layout
12 injection wells
32 direct push
injection locations
Injection Challenges:
Night work
Major roadway requires lane closure
Infrastructure
Sands that compact
Photos from the field
27
1
10
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
4/1/12 12/22/12 9/13/13 6/5/14 2/25/15 11/17/15 8/8/16 4/30/17 1/20/18 10/12/18
Concentratio...
1
10
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
4/30/16 8/8/16 11/16/16 2/24/17 6/4/17 9/12/17 12/21/17 3/31/18 7/9/18 10/17/18
Concentratio...
1
10
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
7/15/15 1/31/16 8/18/16 3/6/17 9/22/17 4/10/18 10/27/18
Concentration(µg/L)
MTBE and TBA ver...
1
10
100
1,000
10,000
100,000
4/25/17 8/3/17 11/11/17 2/19/18 5/30/18 9/7/18
Concentration(µg/L)
MTBE and TBA versus Time
...
2019 Data
MTBE – January 2019
ND
ND
ND
21
ND
1,500
2,000
140
87
750
2,400
890
570
180
570
4.7
27
ND
ND
ND
ND
ND
MTBE – Sep...
Future Considerations
Will the microbiology
remain robust
Was distribution sufficient
at all injection locations
Will we h...
Acknowledgements:
Dacre Bush, PG (Antea Group Long Beach)
Craig Sandefur and Dan Nunez (Regenesis)
Gregg Drilling
Microbia...
We do more than effectively solve
client challenges; we deliver
sustainable results for a better future.
Thank you
If you ...
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Tracking Full-Scale Performance of an Injectable Sorptive Biobarrier: One Year and Beyond

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Learn how Antea Group helped their gas station client with a once-leaking UST help remediate off-site groundwater using a sorptive biobarrier.

This was presented at the AEHS Conference in San Diego, California.

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Tracking Full-Scale Performance of an Injectable Sorptive Biobarrier: One Year and Beyond

  1. 1. Tracking Full-Scale Performance of an Injectable Sorptive Biobarrier: One Year and Beyond The logo and ANTEA are registration trademarks of Antea USA, Inc.
  2. 2. The Site Bench/Pilot Testing Full-Scale Application
  3. 3. From the Sky: 76 Station Daly City California
  4. 4. The History • Operating gas station with prior leaking UST • Prior remedial efforts to clean up BTEX and TPH-GRO successful using AS/SVE • Minimal impacts remain on-site. Off-site groundwater is the current focus (<10 lbs. of MTBE mass in groundwater) • Groundwater table at 32 ft. bgs • San Mateo County Groundwater Protection Program oversees the site
  5. 5. The History (continued) • MNA important polishing on-site • Site responded well to increased dissolved oxygen • Plume migration through narrow channels of sand and limited to a 5 ft. vertical horizon – 32 ft. – 37 ft. bgs • Expansion of AS/SVE or switch to P&T for off-site riddled with logistical issues and costly
  6. 6. Site Geology 6 ~12 ft. to 37-38 ft. bgs: Poorly sorted primarily sand (SP) with some interbedded silt and clay 38 ft. to 45 ft. bgs: Continuous clay layer (aquitard) found in all borings south of most downgradient wells
  7. 7. Groundwater Flow Direction Groundwater Elevation Contours (A Zone) September 17, 2018
  8. 8. Molecular Biological Tools and Geochemistry
  9. 9. In Situ Microcosms GEO COC MICRO Supplier MNA BioStim BioAug
  10. 10. • MW-8, 10, 11, and 14 used for microcosm testing • Water column height dictated specific approach per well • Sulfate and ORC-A® addition allowed comparison to unamended control • PM-1 organism (MTBE degrader) and MTBE/TBA gene functions analyzed • 13C labeled MTBE used to show microbial growth versus actual degradation Microbial Results
  11. 11. The Site Full-Scale ApplicationBench/Pilot Testing
  12. 12. The Chemistry 12
  13. 13. The Chemistry 1. Fine particle activated carbon (1-2 microns) 2. Combined with unique polymer for distribution enhancement 3. Binds to aquifer solids. Establishes biodegradation site 4. Regeneration occurs
  14. 14. Bench Test Results 14 Baseline 1 Baseline 2 Control 1 Control 2 Treated 1 Treated 2 Analyte (µg/L) 3/10/16 3/10/16 3/31/16 3/31/16 3/31/16 3/31/16 1,2 Dichloroethane 41 34 34 34 < 5.0 < 5.0 MTBE 6,400 6,200 6,800 7,100 530 590 tert-Amyl methyl ether 48 50 62 60 < 5.0 < 5.0 tert-Butanol < 10000 < 10000 580 540 < 100 < 100 Total VOCs 6,489 6,284 7,476 7,734 530 590 Average Total VOCs 6,386.5 7,605 560 % Removed (comp. Control) --- --- 93% Groundwater sample collected from MW-14 Two doses of PlumeStop® tested Calcium salts added to drop out amendment prior to extraction and analysis Experiment designed for no volatilization
  15. 15. Pilot Test Monitoring Wells: MW-14/24 15 MW-24 MW-14
  16. 16. • Direct push PlumeStop® at MW-14 and MW-24 (locations exceeded goal) • Direct push ORC-A® to enhance biodegradation 30 days later • Three injection points per well per amendment • Monitor every two weeks for MTBE/TBA and secondary parameters – geochem/field parameters/microbial (RNA vs DNA) • Remedial goal – 1 mg/L MTBE Pilot Test Approach
  17. 17. Injection Highlights
  18. 18. The Results: MW-14 50 100 150 200 250 300 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 8/14/13 3/2/14 9/18/14 4/6/15 10/23/15 5/10/16 11/26/16 6/14/17 12/31/17 Concentration(TBAug/L) Concentration(MTBE,µg/L) MTBE, TBA, versus Time Former 76 Service Station 11202 Daly City, California MTBE (ug/L) Plume Stop Injection ORC-A Injection Plume Stop Injection TBA (ug/L) 9.43 µg/L
  19. 19. The Results: MW-24 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 20000 4/30/16 8/8/16 11/16/16 2/24/17 6/4/17 9/12/17 12/21/17 Concentration(TBA,ug/L) Concentration(MTBE,µg/L) MTBE, TBA versus Time Former 76 Service Station 11202 Daly City, California MTBE (ug/L) Plume Stop Injection ORC-A Injection TBA (ug/L) 114 µg/L
  20. 20. Secondary Results: MW-14 -150 -100 -50 0 50 100 150 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 1/31/16 3/21/16 5/10/16 6/29/16 8/18/16 10/7/16 11/26/16 1/15/17 ORP,mV Concentration(DO,mg/L) DO, ORP, versus Time Former 76 Service Station 11202 Daly City, California Oxygen, Dissolved (mg/L) Plume Stop Injection ORC-A Injection
  21. 21. Secondary Results: MW-24 -250 -200 -150 -100 -50 0 50 100 150 200 250 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 1/31/16 5/10/16 8/18/16 11/26/16 3/6/17 6/14/17 9/22/17 12/31/17 4/10/18 OxidationReductionPotential(mV) Concentration(ug/L) DO, ORP versus Time Former 76 Service Station 11202 Daly City, California Oxygen, Dissolved… Plume Stop Injection
  22. 22. Lessons Learned • Direct push injection into sand is not always what it appears • A bioamendment can be an important addition to the carbon-based amendment, but natural conditions can still support biodegradation • With the right microbiology and conditions, substantial reduction in MTBE/TBA concentrations is possible • 5 points per day is reasonable production rate
  23. 23. The Site Full-Scale ApplicationBench/Pilot Testing
  24. 24. • Four biobarriers installed to protect downgradient municipal well approximately 600 ft. away • X lbs. of PlumeStop® per direct push point, X lbs. of PlumeStop® per injection well • Six performance monitoring wells MW-14, 21, 24, 26, 27 and 28 will be monitored quarterly. 50% reductions at MW21 and MW-28 at 30 days Full Scale Biobarrier Application
  25. 25. Injection Layout 12 injection wells 32 direct push injection locations
  26. 26. Injection Challenges: Night work Major roadway requires lane closure Infrastructure Sands that compact
  27. 27. Photos from the field 27
  28. 28. 1 10 100 1,000 10,000 100,000 4/1/12 12/22/12 9/13/13 6/5/14 2/25/15 11/17/15 8/8/16 4/30/17 1/20/18 10/12/18 Concentration(MTBE,µg/L) MTBE and TBA versus Time 76 (Former BP) Service Station 11202 Daly City, California MTBE (ug/L) TBA (ug/L) PlumeStop Injection (Pilot) ORC-A Injection (Pilot) PlumeStop Injection MW-14
  29. 29. 1 10 100 1,000 10,000 100,000 4/30/16 8/8/16 11/16/16 2/24/17 6/4/17 9/12/17 12/21/17 3/31/18 7/9/18 10/17/18 Concentration(µg/L) MTBE and TBA versus Time 76 (Former BP) Service Station 11202 Daly City, California MTBE (ug/L) TBA (ug/L) PlumeStop Injection (Pilot) ORC-A Injection (Pilot) PlumeStop Injection MW-24
  30. 30. 1 10 100 1,000 10,000 100,000 7/15/15 1/31/16 8/18/16 3/6/17 9/22/17 4/10/18 10/27/18 Concentration(µg/L) MTBE and TBA versus Time 76 (Former BP) Service Station No 11202 Daly City, California MTBE (ug/L) TBA (ug/L) PlumeStop Injections MW-21
  31. 31. 1 10 100 1,000 10,000 100,000 4/25/17 8/3/17 11/11/17 2/19/18 5/30/18 9/7/18 Concentration(µg/L) MTBE and TBA versus Time 76 (Former BP) Service Station No 11202 Daly City, California MTBE (ug/L) TBA (ug/L) PlumeStop Injections MW-28
  32. 32. 2019 Data MTBE – January 2019 ND ND ND 21 ND 1,500 2,000 140 87 750 2,400 890 570 180 570 4.7 27 ND ND ND ND ND MTBE – September 2018
  33. 33. Future Considerations Will the microbiology remain robust Was distribution sufficient at all injection locations Will we have to inject an electron acceptor
  34. 34. Acknowledgements: Dacre Bush, PG (Antea Group Long Beach) Craig Sandefur and Dan Nunez (Regenesis) Gregg Drilling Microbial Insights
  35. 35. We do more than effectively solve client challenges; we deliver sustainable results for a better future. Thank you If you have more questions… Jack Sheldon Antea Group Senior Professional

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