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ANALYSIS OF

ALTERNATIVES OF
RECOVERY

1. Until level must recover the place
to protect the human health and the
environment (it is to say, <<what is
considered
to
be
clean?>>)?.
2. Since it is necessary to to face to
this level of protection (it is to say,
which is her <<better>> recovery)?

To select a system of recovery
For the selection of a system of recovery we must bear in mind:
1.
2.
3.
4.

The conditions of emplacement (his complication).
Stages and times of the system.
Technical supporters.
Existence of previous experiences.

System example of
recovery Description of the
problem

Identification of unloads
dangers and risks

Establishment of
aims
Evaluation of the risk

Development of
alternatives

Identification,
incorporation of
technologies of response

Analysis of
alternatives
Efficiency
to long or short
term, safety, applicability,
costs

Exploitation of control

Reappraisal if it is necessary

Description of the
problem
To identify the dangerous components (the liberation or
possible liberation of pollutants)
The problem must be expressed in:
+ Areas.
+ Routes.
+ Recipients.

Aims of recovery
To protect the human health and the environment. And to project
these aspects in terms cuantificables as :
 Concentration of the pollutant.
 Point of exhibition I specify.

Aims based on formative requirements
It are the standards, requirements or limitation. Applied in
agreement to:
 Geology.
 Climate.
 Population.
 Characteristics I happen environmental.
 Other factors that determine risk.

Aims based on the evaluation of the risk
 I am in danger and his consequences to the exhibition.
 The risks, they are evaluated in agreement by the area, the
route and the recipient, to the current and future exhibitions.
 If the risk of the emplacement overcomes the aim precise
recovery to reduce the above mentioned risk up to the level of
the threshold. What gives us a system of recovery

I calculate of the risks
• Hypothesis of exhibition I- current Conditions of the
emplacement.
• Hypothesis of exhibition II- I Use mas probably of the
area and water during the next seventy years.
• Hypothesis of exhibition III- Hypothesis of <<worse
case>> possible.

Aims of recovery
 To anticipate.
 To protect.
 To control.
 To reduce.

Development of Alternatives
 Identification.
 Characterization.
 Identification of the potential technologies.
 Incorporation of the technologies.

Characterization of the
way to recovering
Way of response from the analysis of:
 Area, the route and the recipient.
 Identification.
 Technological dimensions.
 Characterization of the way of the contaminated soil.

Identification and selection of
technologies
• Aptitude - technical general Aptitude to face to the pollution of
emplacement.
• Applicability - Principally the aptitude to execute and put in
functioning the technologies.
• Performance - Efficiency and reliability. Sanitary interests and
average environmental institutional interests (permissions). Costs.

Analysis and development
of the Alternative
Way

Undergroun
d water

Aim of
action of
recovery
Affected
servant
anticipates
domestic
use of
water

Control of
undergroun
d water in
the creek

General
action of
response

Technologie
s

Alternativ
es

Wall with grout
Membrane wall
of sementó

Confinemen
t

Well of recovery
Ditch of
recovery
Wash of soil

Treatment
in situ

It saw recovery

Technology K

Alternative
X

Criteria of selection of
alternatives
 Long-term efficiency (70 years).
 Long-term Security (permanency or indefinitely).
 Applicability. Short-term efficiency (15 years). Costs.

Applicability
• The experience with the technology.
 Availability?
 All that will be available?

The aptitude to construct or operate.

 Is it difficult?
 That uncertainties stay?
 Is it necessary specialized contractors?
• The aptitude to obtain permissions.
 Construction and exploitation.
 Permissions inside and out of the emplacement.

Selection of the alternatives
• Qualitative.
• Advantages and disadvantages.
• Quantitative.
• Protect the human health and the environment.