||Demonstrations of Method Applicability under a Triad Approach for Site Assessment Cleanup.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.
Hazardous waste sites ;
Contaminated properties ;
Data deficiencies ;
Data sets ;
Site assessment cleanup ;
Triad Approach ;
Demonstrations of Method Applicability (DMA) ;
Weight of evidence ;
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||Since its inception in 1995, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencys (EPA) Brownfields Initiative and other revitalization efforts have grown into major national programs that have changed the way contaminated property is perceived, addressed, and managed in the United States. In addition, there has been a shift within EPA and other environmental organizations in the way hazardous waste sites are cleaned up. Increasingly, project managers, regulators, technology providers, and other stakeholders are recognizing the value of implementing a more dynamic and flexible approach to site cleanup that focuses on real-time decision-making in the field to reduce costs, improve decision certainty, and expedite site closeout. The approach, known as Triad, uses (1) systematic project planning, (2) dynamic work strategies, and (3) real-time measurement technologies designed to increase confidence in the project.
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