Oil Pollution and Study Progess on Removal Technology


Article Preview

The pollution accident caused by leak and discharge of the exploitation, smelting, use and transportation of oil, and oily wastewater discharge, wastewater irrigation, and volatilization of petroleum products, falling of product of incomplete combustion and so on can cause a series of problems of oil pollution. The damage, the removal methods of the oil pollution and the trends of technique development are introduced in this paper, and indicate that the high efficiency and low investment, resource and no secondary pollution will be the developing trend of oil removal technology in the future.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 179-180)

Edited by:

Garry Zhu






J. H. Zhou et al., "Oil Pollution and Study Progess on Removal Technology", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 179-180, pp. 768-772, 2011

Online since:

January 2011




[1] Qian Y, Tang XY, Environmental protection and sustainable development [M]. Beijing: Higher Education Press, (2000).

[2] Lin J, Zhu YZ, Cai JQ, etc. marine overflows the oil recovery and processing[J]. Fujian energy development and conservation, 2001, 1, pp.6-8.

[3] BoomVane-a River/Sweep Boom Deployment Device. Fast Water Oil Spill Control Technology for Rivers and Vessel Sweep[J]. Spill Science & Technology Bulltin. 2001, 6(5-6), pp.363-364.

DOI: 10.1016/s1353-2561(01)00053-6

[4] Bai JF, Zhou B, Yang XY, etc. D x high-effective natural oil absorption material for offshore oil spill study[J]. Traffic environment, 2002, 23(3), pp.8-11.

[5] Nordvik, A.B. The Technology Window-of-Opportunity for Marine Oil Spill Related to Oil Weathering and Operations[J]. Spill Science & Technology Bulltin. 1995, 2(1) , pp.17-46.

DOI: 10.1016/1353-2561(95)00013-t

[6] Cheng D, Jiang YH. Optimizational decision of the oil spill emergency treatment[J]. Marine environmental science, 2000, 19(1) , pp.35-39.

[7] LIU Aijuan, XIA Wenxiang. APPLICATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACTANTS ON THE BIOREMEDIATION OF OIL— CONTAMINATED SEA WATER. Transactions of Oceanology and Limnology. 2007, (3) , pp.57-62.

[8] Sarah J. Macnaughton, Richard Swannell, etal, Biodegradation of Dispersed Forties Crude and Alaskan North Slope Oils in Microcosms Under Simulated Marine Conditions[J]. Spill Science & Technology Bulltin. 2003, 2, pp.179-186.

DOI: 10.1016/s1353-2561(03)00020-3

[9] Yang C. The bioremediation discussion of Marine oil pollution[J]. Journal of Northwest University for Nationalities.2008,29(71), pp.62-66.

In order to see related information, you need to Login.