Table of contents for Brownfield sites : assessment, rehabilitation, and development / edited by C.A. Brebbia, D. Almorza, H. Klapperich.


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Keynote address
Interdisciplinary approach for brownfields
H. Klapperich ............................................................     1

Section 1: Case studies

Case history of a "brownfields" site in Wichita, Kansas USA:
innovative approaches to groundwater remediation
R. L. Olsen, J. Brown & Anderson ................................................................. 17

Monitoring the effectiveness of remediation:
A case study from Homebush Bay, Sydney, Australia
E.  Laginestra  ......................................................................................................  29

Redevelopment potential of landfills.
A case study of six New Jersey projects
J. B. Wiley, III & B. Assadi ...................................................  41

City of Hopwell, Virginia - learning to deal with its industrial legacy
E. Bogdan  .................................. .............................................  57

Successful redevelopment and risk management in Emeryville, California
I. Dayrit, R. Arulanantham & L. Feldman ......................................... ..........  67

Redevelopment of the former Shell Haven refinery
J. M. Waters, C. Lambert, D. Reid & R. Shaw ................................................... 77

Remediation and redevelopment of the former highway
maintenance yard, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada
G J. Johnson, D. Mattinson, & D. Friesen ........................................................ 87

Process of integrating screening and detailed risk-based modeling
analyses to ensure consistent and scientifically defensible results
J. W. Buck, J. P McDonald, & R. Taira ........................................................ 97




The contribution of the reuse of historic naval and airforce sites
to brownfields regeneration: filling in the 'white holes'
C. Clark .. ............................................................................ 109

Unusual aspects of Arsenic distribution, in the area of the industrial district
of Scarlino (Tuscany): problems connected with sulfuric acid production
from pyrite
M. P.   Picchi, L. Fugaro  & A. Donati ................................................................  121

Section 2: Community and public involvement

Eco-industrial redevelopment of LA brownfields
C. S. Armstrong    &   C. E. Tranby  .......................................................................  133

Strategic communications can enhance brownfields public participation
J. G. Duffy & R. M. Omwenga ................................................................... 143

Involving stakeholders to achieve successful development of
brownfield sites
R. D. Stenner, R. N. Hull & R. E Willes ....................................................... 153

The brownfields cookbook: a redevelopment guide
S. Villavaso, P Sinel & L. Dauterive .............................. ....................... 163

White book of urban Spanish brownfields
R F-Canteli, A. Callaba, C. Alonso, H. Palacios &I I.ribarren ...................... 173

Section 3: Environmental assessment

Public health role in redevelopment efforts
J. J. Reyes, R. C.  illiams & P McCumiskey .................................................. 181

Environmental balancing of brownfield redevelopment
Schrenk    ...   ........................................................................................  191

Brownfields contribution in managing urban sprawling and
soil consumption in Brescia
N. Marchettini, E. Tiezzi & R. Ridolfi ...................................... ..... ... 201

Cost-effectiveness in polluted site sampling campaign
C. Giasi & P. Masi ........................................................  209

Section 4: Development issues

Brownfields development issues
A . Bogen  ......................................................... ....... .. ......................... .......  22 1



Integrated concept for groundwater remediation INCORE
T Ertel & B. Schug          ............................................................ 231

Smart growth and prosperity
C. Milburn ..................................................... 241

The city of Muskegon Heights, Michigan
A .  W entz &   K . Lynnes  .......................................................................................  25 1

Section 5: Financial and insurance aspects

Value creation in the redevelopment of environmentally impaired properties
S. M. Hollingshead .........................................................     257

Economic aspects of polluted soil bioremediation
J.  Troquet &  M . Troquet ...................................................................................  267

Section 6: Risk management

Sustainable management of groundwater resources with regard
to contaminated land. RTD needs
J. Grima, J. Lpez & B. Ballesteros ......     ....... ....................................... 279

Identification of subsurface environmental barriers
and brownfield development
K . Schejbalovd  &   M .  Vacek .............................................................................. 289

Proper risk management: The key to successful brownfield development
R. D. Espinoza & L. Luccioni .....................................................  297

Fixed price cleanups as useful tools to eliminate risks in
brownfields redevelopment
R. Greenberg   &  D . Cervino  ............................................................................. 307

Section 7: Mutimedia modelling and assessment

Integrated decision making for brownfields properties
J. R. Rocco, L. H. W  ilson  &   R. B. Gilbert ........................................................ 317

Multimedia-modeling integration development environment
M . A . Pelton   &   B. L. Hoopes ............................................................................  327

Database integration in a multimedia-modeling environment
K .  Dorow  ..........................................................................................................  3 3 7




An overview of USEPA's integrated multi-media, multi-pathway and multi-
receptor exposure and risk assessment tool - The 3MRA Model
B. Johnson, S. Kroner, D. Cozzie & Z. Saleem ................................................. 343

Army risk assessment modeling system for evaluating health impacts
associated with exposure to chemicals
M. S. Dortch & J. A. Gerald .........................................................  353

A flexible object-oriented software framework for developing complex
multimedia simulations
P. J. Sydelko, J. E. Dolph & J. H. Christiansen ............................................... 363

Fugacity framework: web access and implementation for site assessment
and rehabilitation
R. C. Sims, J. L. Sims, A. S. Gibbons, M. R. Baugh, M. McKonkie,
J. K. Nieman, &      . J. Grenney .....................................................   373

Concepts associated with a unified life cycle analysis
G  Whelan, M.S. Peffers & D.A. Tolle .............................................................. 385

Section 8: Lessons from the field

Public policies that foster contaminated land recycling -
expanding the horizon
C. M. Morgan & P. A. Brown .....................................................  397

More alike than different: local collaboration on brownfields issues
in border communities
M. Singer ....................................................................... 407

Somerset County, New Jersey's center-based brownfields pilot
D. G Roberts ................................................................     419

Improving the brownfield's timeline for redevelopment
L. Curran, D. Kalet, D. Marsh & J. Sherrard-Smith ....................................... 425

Section 9: Cleanup methodologies

Surfactant-enhanced desorption for recalcitrant hydrocarbons
contaminated soils
H . S.  Yoon   J. B . P ark....................................................................................  439

Recovery of coal tar in 1-D column test using surfactant enhanced aquifer
remediation (SEAR)
S. Yoon, K. Kostarelos, & S.Urbanczyk ......      .    ......... .......................... ............. 449



Selection of alternative sorbent media for contaminated
groundwater clean-up
M . R . Boni &   L. D  'Aprile  .................................................................................  457

In-situ chemical oxidation of a chlorinated groundwater plume
at a brownfields site
P  Kakarla, R. Greenberg  &  T  Andrews  ......................................................... 467

Enhanced in situ bioremediation of chlorinated solvents
N. M . Rabah  &   D. E. Lekmine  ........................................................................ 477

Integrated remediation of brownfield sites using batch and
continuous thermal desorption combined with physiochemical processes
S. Nusimovich  .................................................................................  485

The coupled effect of electrokinetic and ultrasonic remediation
of contaminated soil
H. I. Chung, . K. Oh & M. Kamon .......   ................................................. 495

Accelerating pollutant release from mud bed by sand drains
C. J. Lai, J. M . Leu  & H. C. Chan  .................................................................... 507

Modeling transport and biodegradation of PCE in sandy soil
T. Sato, Y. Kimura  &   K. Takamizawa  ............................................................... 515

The i-BO™ process and related treatments for mine waste remediation
K. McEwan  &   D. Ralph  ...................................................................................  525

Biological degradation of PCBs in soil. A kinetic study
M. A. Manzano, J. A. Perales, D. Sales & J. M. Quiroga ................................ 533

Understanding the outcomes ofbrownfield clean-up programs
R. A. Simons, K  Winson-Geideman & J. Pendergrass .................................... 539

Index of Authors                                                      549





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Industrial real estate Congresses, Brownfields Economic aspects Congresses