In situ treatment performance monitoring issues and best practices epa 542 f 18 002 the purpose of this issue paper is to describe how in situ treatment technologies may impact sampling and analysis results used to monitor treatment performance and provide best practices to identify and mitigate issues that may affect sampling or analysis. Preface this book resulted from presentations at theemerging technologies in hazardous waste management symposia held in pittsburgh pennsylvania in september 1997 and boston massachusetts in august 1998 and the computing in science and engineering symposium held in birmingham alabama in may1997. The objective of this paper is to familiarize those involved in waste remediation activities with available and emerging in situ technologies so that they may consider these options in the remediation of hazardous and or radioactive waste sites several types of in situ technologies are discussed including biological treatments containment . In situ remediation technology status report treatment walls the purpose of this document is to describe demonstrations field applications and research on treatment walls for remediating contaminated groundwater at waste disposal and spill sites epa 542 k 94 004 april 1995 download 416kb 32pp pdf back to top. Presents a summary of remedial technologies for contaminated soils and ground waters examines treatment combinations for remediation of superfund sites provides a listing of critical technology needs in hazardous waste site remediation discusses new developments in soil cleaning resource recovery nitrification thermal destruction chemical oxidation and catalysis extraction and
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