alexa New Technique To Study The Importance Of Protecting The Environment, Rivers, Ground And Sea Water By Avoiding Oil Spills, Petrochemicaland Sewage Leakagesfrom Contaminating Groundwater And Soil | 21519
ISSN:2157-7463

Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology
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2nd World Congress on Petrochemistry and Chemical Engineering

Zaher M Zaafran
Accepted Abstracts: J Pet Environ Biotechnol
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7463.S1.008
Abstract
This paper focuses mainly on how to protect the environment from polluting rivers, sea water,ground water and land that is intended for crop producing irrigation. The size of the contaminated areaof ground water is of great importance, especially in rural areas where most of the population depends entirely on ground water for their well-being. Less developed countries as well as some that are more developedhave contaminated their natural resources like rivers, sea water and ground water with toxic waste, crude oil and petrochemicals, and sewage water. Most fresh water in rivers and ground wateriscontaminated either by sewage water through damaged sewage pipesor none existence of sewage systems at all. Other contributing factors contaminating rivers and ground waterinclude the dumpingof toxic waste into rivers, underground, or both. Such contamination is responsible for serious health hazards and costs billions of dollars, if not more, around the world. It is my intention to alert the world, including developed countries,of the consequences of polluting the environment and ground water. In this paper, innovativetechniquesare suggested to investigate the extent of the damaged areatogether with the depthinvolved. These infected areas may be defined using shallow geophysical investigation together with some supportive log and core data from nearby wells closer to the area of interest. Interpretation ambiguity may arise from the above mentioned techniques. Such ambiguity should be minimized by studying geological, geophysical, petrophysical and formation evaluation data from the area of interest. It is concluded from this study the importance of using accurate data bychecking its quality control for accuracy assurance. Also better describing the reservoirswhich contain the infected material is of significant importance when rectification of the polluted areas takes place.
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