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RECORD NUMBER: 9 OF 102
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Bioremediation in the Field. An Information Update on Applying Bioremediation to Site Clean-Up. Number 3.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.|
|Additional Subjects||Biological treatment ; Remedial action ; Hazardous materials ; Waste management ; Superfund ; Military facilities ; Soil contamination ; Fuel spills ; Underground storage ; Storage tanks ; Biodeterioration ; Permits ; Ground disposal ; Site surveys ; Tables(Data) ; Cleanup operations ; Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ; Toxic Substances Control Act ; On-Scene Coordinators ; Remedial Project Managers ; Libby(Montana) ; Park City(Kansas) ; Saint Joseph(Michigan) ; Fairbanks(Alaska) ; Salt Lake City(Utah) ; Brookhaven(Mississippi)|
The Bioremediation Field Initiative was established to provide EPA and State Project Managers, consulting engineers and industry with timely information regarding new developments in the application of bioremediation at hazardous waste sites. The initiative will fully evaluate the performance of selected full-scale field applications, provide technical assistance to RPMs and OSCs, and develop a treatability database to be available through the Alternative Treatment Technologies Information Center (ATTIC). Six sites have currently been selected for field evaluation of bioremediation: Libby Superfund Site, Libby, Montana; Park City Pipeline Spill, Park City, Kansas; Allied Signal Superfund Site, St. Joseph, Michigan; Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska; Hill Air Force Base, Utah; and Brookhaven Superfund Site, Brookhaven, MS.