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Applied Geologic, Microbiological, and Engineering Constraints of In-situ BTEX Bioremediation.
Bioremediation of Former Manufactured-Gas Plant Sites.
Biotransformation of CIS-1,2-Dichloroethylene in Aquifer Material from Picatinny Arsenal, Morris County, New Jersey.
Combining Treatability Studies and Site Characterization for Rational Design of In situ Bioremediation Using Nitrate as an Electron Acceptor.
EPA Site Demonstration of the Terra Vac In situ Vacuum Extraction Process in Groveland, Massachusetts. (Site Program Update: Part VII).
Feasibility of in situ solidification/stabilization of landfilled hazardous wastes /
IITRI radio frequency heating technology.
In situ steam enhanced recovery process : Hughes Environmental Systems, Inc.
Methodologies for evaluating in-situ bioremediation of chlorinated solvents /
Novel Delivering of Nutrients and Oxygen to Aid In situ Bioreclamation.
Systems to accelerate in situ stabilization of waste deposits /
Thermal Desorption, Now You're Cookin'. Hot Technology: How It Works, What It Costs, Where's It Going.
Toxic treatments, in situ steam/hot-air stripping technology : applications analysis report.
Treatment of Nonhazardous Petroleum-Contaminated Soils by Thermal Desorption Technologies.
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