||Remediation technologies screening matrix and reference guide /
Marks, P. J. ;
Wujcik, W. J. ;
Loncar, A. F.
||Weston (Roy F.), Inc., West Chester, PA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Technology Innovation Office.;Army Environmental Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. Environmental Technology Div.
|| [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable] : U.S. Dept. of Defense, Environmental Technology Transfer Committee,
||EPA/542/B-94/013; DACA31-91-D-0079; SFIM-AEC-ET-CR-94065; 02281-012-009; PB95104782
Hazardous waste sites--Decontamination. ;
Hazardous waste sites--Technological innovations. ;
Waste minimization. ;
Hazardous waste site remediation. ;
Hazardous waste management industry--Guide-books ;
Refuse and refuse disposal--Guide-books ;
Salvage (Waste, etc.)--Guide-books ;
Waste minimization--Guide-books ;
Source reduction (Waste management)--Guide-books
Hazardous materials ;
Technology assessment ;
Water pollution control ;
Land pollution control ;
Air pollution control ;
Soil contamination ;
Ground water ;
Surface waters ;
Chemical treatment ;
Physical treatment ;
Biological treatment ;
Sludge treatment ;
Soil treatment ;
Technology transfer ;
Innovative treatment technologies
||Region 1 Library/Boston,MA
||OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations, 3 charts on 2 folded leaves ; 28 cm.
This guide is intended to be used to screen and evaluate candidate cleanup technologies for contaminated installations and waste sites in order to assist remedial project managers (RPMs) in selecting a remedial alternative. The guide allows the reader to gather essential descriptive information on the respective treatment technologies. It incorporates cost and performance data to the maximum extent available and focuses primarily on demonstrated technologies; however, emerging technologies may be more appropriate in some cases, based upon site conditions and requirement. These technologies are applicable at all types of site cleanups: Superfund, DOD, DOE, RCRA, state, private, etc.
"October 1994." Includes bibliographical references and index.