Information about innovative treatment technology for the hazardous waste remediation community. Programs, organizations, publications, and other tools. Developed by the U.S. EPA, but intended as a forum for all waste. remediation stakeholders.
technical information on technologies for waste site cleanup
Intended to provide a user-friendly tool for (mostly U.S.) communities affected by waste remediation issues. The Technology Tree Matrix is a tool for identifying technology to characterize and clean up hazardous waste sites. Resource Page has web site links, points of contact for federal agencies, and a list of independent technical consultants whose clients are mainly public stakeholders.
ECI is an investment bank specializing in financial solutions for the cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated sites.
Company providing in situ remediation/treatment of soil and groundwater utilizing DUAL AUGER soil mixing technology. Specializing in bioremediation and Thermally Enhanced Soil Vapor Extraction. Site has information on these and other technologies, including Zero Valent Iron Injection.
Information on innovative groundwater remediation technologies. GWRTAC prepares reports by technical teams selectively chosen from Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), the University of Pittsburgh, and other supporting institutions.
Thermal treatment of PCB, PCP, Pesticide and chlorinated organic compound contaminated soils.
Collection of articles on soil/groundwater remediation technology and the general understanding of the biogeochemical dynamics of the subsurface.
New Jersey company offers in-situ chemical oxidation technology that utilizes Fenton's reagent chemistry. Also, potassium or sodium permanganate injection.
Organization comprised of representatives of U.S. states with established dry-cleaner remediation programs. Research findings and other information on site assessment and remediation technologies in use for remediation of dry-cleaner sites.