318 Symposium--S11/S02 Joint Symposium On the Beneficial Re-Use of Wastes and Environmental Implications of Waste Recycling: I

Oral Session
S11 Soils & Environmental Quality A consequence of the increasing consumption of goods is exponential production of agricultural, industrial, and municipal wastes. There is a consensus that recycling should be a major aspect of waste management. Solid and liquid waste can potentially be utilized to improve soil quality, remediate impacted sites, or prevent environmental degradation. In addition, because of the potential contamination of water and soil resources, the fate of pollutants that may be associated with these wastes must also be considered. This session will examine (1) beneficial re-use of wastes, (2) speciation issues of the pollutants within the waste, and (3) interactions between the waste components and the soil and water systems during the recycling process. Laboratory scale and field studies are welcome. Examples of contributions include, but are not limited to, wastewater re-use, soil application of organic wastes, recycled materials in contact with natural media (e.g. road construction materials, bridge pillars), wastes for constructing synthetic soils, and industrial wastes utilized for improving environmental quality.


Soil Chemistry, Soils & Environmental Quality
Tuesday, October 23, 2012: 7:55 AM-12:15 PM
Duke Energy Convention Center, Room 250, Level 2

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Chad J. Penn
Chad J. Penn
8:30 AM
Evaluation of Biosolids for Ecological Restoration of Degraded Soil: A Field Study.
Dawn Busalacchi, The Ohio State University; Nicholas Basta, Ohio State University; Lakhwinder Hundal, Illinois, State of; Jennifer Tvergyak, Ohio State University; Roman Lanno, The Ohio State University; Richard P. Dick, The Ohio State University
8:45 AM
9:00 AM
Land Application of Oil-Based Drilling Mud As a Means of Disposal.
Andrew Whitaker, Oklahoma State University; Chad J. Penn, Oklahoma State University; Jason Warren, Oklahoma State University; Hailin Zhang, Oklahoma State University
9:15 AM
Potential Benefits of Coffee Cherry Applications to Agricultural Soils.
Samuel Zoca, Oklahoma State University; Chad J. Penn, Oklahoma State University; Ciro Rosolem, São Paulo State University, College of Agricultural Sciences, Botucatu, 18610-307
9:30 AM
9:45 AM
Deep Subsurface Drip Irrigation with Sodic Coal-Bed Natural Gas Water in Northeast Wyoming.
Carleton Bern, USGS - U.S. Geological Survey; George Breit, USGS - U.S. Geological Survey; Richard Healy, USGS - U.S. Geological Survey; John Zupancic, BeneTerra LLC
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
Organic Waste Conversion Into Innovative Fertilizers?.
Kor Zwart, Alterra Research Institute; Peter Kuikman, Alterra Research Institute
10:45 AM
Use of Urban Residuals to Reduce Pb and As Bioaccessibility.
Sally Brown, University of Washington; Ganga Hettiarachchi, Kansas State University
11:00 AM
Zinc Sorption Onto Meat and Bone Meal (MBM) Char: Taking a Closer Look At a Soil Amendment for in-Situ Metal Remediation.
Aaron Betts, University of Saskatchewan; Richard Farrell, University of Saskatchewan; Jordan Hamilton, Univeristy of Saskatchewan; Derek Peak, University of Saskatchewan
11:15 AM
Evaluation of the Impact of On-Site Wastewater Treatment Systems On Water Quality in Urbanizing Watersheds.
Mussie Habteselassie, University of Georgia - Griffin; David Radcliffe, University of Georgia-Athens; John Clarke, United States Geological Survey; Mark Risse, The University of Georgia; Qingguo Huang, University of Georgia - Griffin; Hao Zhang, University of Georgia
11:30 AM
Metal Speciation and Availability in Biosolids As Affected by Chemical Amendments During the Anaerobic Digestion of Wastewater.
Erica Donner, University of South Australia; Gianluca Brunetti, University of South Australia; Bernie Zarcinas, University of South Australia; Ravi Naidu, University of South Australia; Enzo Lombi, University of South Australia
11:45 AM
Use of the Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) for Evaluating Beneficial Use of Secondary Materials.
David S. Kosson, Vanderbilt University; Hans van der Sloot, Hans van der Sloot Consultancy; Andrew C. Garrabrants, Vanderbilt University; Susan Thorneloe, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Ole Hjelmar, DHI
12:15 PM