2 edition of Subsurface liquid-waste injection in Ohio found in the catalog.
Subsurface liquid-waste injection in Ohio
Clifford, Michael J.
by State of Ohio, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey in Columbus
Written in English
Bibliography; p. 25-26.
|Statement||by Michael J. Clifford.|
|Series||Information circular - State of Ohio, Division of Geological Survey ; no. 43, Information circular (Ohio. Division of Geological Survey) ;, no. 43.|
|LC Classifications||QE151 .A183 no. 43, TD761 .A183 no. 43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||76621169|
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Hickey, J.J., , Convective circulation during subsurface injection of liquid waste, in International H.S., Faulkner, G.L., and Winston, G.O., , Hydrogeology of subsurface liquid waste storage in Florida, in Braunstein, J., ed The above list is sorted by publication type. There are 3 Books and Book Chapters, 7 Conference. s to manage and regulate fluid injections into the subsurface. Six UIC well designations (Class I, II, III, IV, V, and VI) are used to manage injections from various industries. The EPA maintains regulatory authority over subsurface fluid injection but may delegate authority of Class II wells to state agencies.
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However, no federal regulations governed these wells until passage of the SDWA. Prior to individual states self-regulated the drilling and operation of Class I wells.
Subsurface injection of liquid waste is used as a disposal method in many parts of the country. It is used par ticularly when other methods for managing liquid are either not possible or too costly. The petroleum industry, since the IQSO's, has used subsurface injection to dispose of brineCited by: 9.
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face e of their low solids and nutrient content,liq- instances,but can cause contamination of subsurface drainage water In Ohio, three agencies compile reports on liquid.
In the mean time, Ohio EPA saw the need to provide an interim guidance document that reflects more current technologies and viewpoints regarding the OSTS program. This Interim Onsite Sewage Treatment System guidance document is intended to bridge the gap between the Greenbook and the future Ohio EPA OSTS rule.
DefinitionsFile Size: KB. Inliquid waste was injected into the subsurface of Florida by 10 injection systems at an aggregate average rate ofm 3 /d. All the systems inject into carbonate rocks that contain salty by: 2.
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Conrey, G.W.,The geology of Wayne County: Ohio Division. Chapter SEWAGE TREATMENT SYSTEMS. Definitions. As used in this chapter: (A) "Alter" means to change by making substantive replacements of, additions to, or deletions in the design or materials or to change the location of an existing sewage treatment g: liquid-waste injection.
Introduction. Deep-well injection of wastewater and liquid hazardous wastes is an important waste disposal practice worldwide. Most industrialized nations employ deep-well injection for the disposal of wastes (Aust and Kreysing, ).A typical waste injection well injects the waste liquids at depths ranging from a few hundred to a few thousand by: The largest earthquake induced by fluid injection that has been documented in the scientific literature was a magnitude earthquake on Septem in central Oklahoma.
Four magnitude 5+ earthquakes have occurred in Oklahoma, three of which occurred in Ina magnitude earthquake was induced by fluid injection in the Raton. Information Circulars are compilations of data, such as coal analyses, bibliographies, and oil-and-gas well information, or relatively brief summaries of the geology of an area or a geologic unit.
Subsurface liquid-waste injection in Ohio, by Michael J. Clifford. 27 p., 19 figs., 3 tables, $ Book & CD together: $ Subsurface Liquid-waste Injection in Ohio: Information Circular No. 3, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, p. Dames and Moore: Ground Water for Planing in Southwest Ohio: Ohio Water Plan Inventory, Report No.
23, 70 pgs, 7 plates: Eagon, Herbert B. Ohio Hydrologic Atlas. Subsurface Injection of Liquid Waste -- Florida. Subsurface injection of liquid waste is the emplacement of waste liquids associated with manufacturing, sewage treatment, petroleum production, and other activities for disposal purposes into porous geologic formations.
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(A) (1) "Abandoned well" means a well whose use has been permanently discontinued or that is in a state of disrepair such that it cannot be used for its intended purpose or for observation purposes.Cores should be taken at the injection horizon to allow direct evaluation of porosity and permeability, and determination of possible reactions 10 DEEP-WELL INJECTION OF LIQUID WASTE.
between the rock and the waste product. These cores can be taken during drilling or as sidewall cores .