Considerations in designing a free product recovery system at NAF Adak, Alaska

@inproceedings{Reis1995ConsiderationsID,
  title={Considerations in designing a free product recovery system at NAF Adak, Alaska},
  author={R Schmookler Reis},
  year={1995}
}
The United States Navy has operated a military installation at Adak Island, Alaska, since 1943. Jet fuel (JP-5) has been used as the primary fuel source on the island, including use as heating oil in the housing areas. Releases of JP-5 to the subsurface were discovered in three housing areas in 1988, and a product recovery system was installed in 1989. The original product recovery system consisted of 16 recovery wells with dual-phase pumps. Recovered product was pumped into storage tanks for… CONTINUE READING

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