When designing a remedial strategy, major decisions will be guided by the cost and performance of available technologies. Historically, options for groundwater treatment were limited to long-term and costly mechanical technologies such as pump and treat at many sites. But with new innovations in the environmental field, practitioners now have viable alternatives via in situ remediation that can both reduce costs and improve performance.
- Case studies of contaminated soil and groundwater sites where in situ was used to save money
- Cost analysis evaluating long-term financial impact of in situ approaches as opposed to pump and treat systems
- How to use in situ approaches to limit or completely avoid long-term operating and maintenance costs
- Strategies for risk reduction and successful remediation design
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