Development of Effective Remediation Criteria

by Robert N. Block, Remediation Technologies, Inc, Concord, United States,
Benjamin R. Genes, Remediation Technologies, Inc, Concord, United States,
Debra J. Finkel, Remediation Technologies, Inc, Concord, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Environmental Engineering

Abstract: Clean-up criteria for remediation of hazardous waste sites take several forms. These vary from simple sensory parameters, e.g., visual evidence of contamination to specific numerical criteria to methodological criteria. The specific form of the criteria has a significant effect upon the successful implementation of a remedial action. This paper explores the various types and forms of clean-up criteria and discusses the impact of these types of criteria on achieving compliance.

Subject Headings: Remediation | Waste sites | Occupational safety | Numerical methods | Waste treatment | Hazardous wastes | Probe instruments

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