esm223_06_Other_Reading_EPA_Chzn_Technols_and_Table

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EPA-542-R-97-011 November 1997 Field Analytical and Site Characterization Technologies Summary of Applications U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Technology Innovation Office Washington, D.C. 20460
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ii NOTICE This material has been funded wholly by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under Contract Number 68-W5-0055. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute endorsement or recommendation for use. Copies of this report are available free of charge from the National Center for Environmental Protection and Information (NCEPI), PO Box 42419, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242-2419; telephone (800) 490-9198 or (513) 489-8190 (voice) or (513) 489-8695 (facsimile). Refer to document EPA-542-R-97-011, Field Analytical and Site Characterization Technologies, Summary of Applications . This document also can be obtained through EPA’s Clean Up Information (CLU-IN) System on the World Wide Web at http://www.clu-in.com or by modem at (301) 589-8366. For assistance, call (301) 589-8368. Comments or questions about this report may be directed to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Technology Innovation Office (5102G), 401 M Street, SW, Washington, DC 20460; telephone (703) 603-9910.
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iii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This document was prepared for the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Technology Innovation Office. The study was designed in coordination with EPA’s National Environmental Research Laboratory at Las Vegas. Information in this document was compiled with the assistance of EPA’s regional contacts for field analytical and site characterization technologies. Special acknowledgment also is given to the federal and state staff and other remediation professionals listed as contacts for individual sites and projects. Those individuals provided the detailed information presented in this document. Their willingness to share their expertise will help to further the application of field analytical and site characterization technologies at other sites.
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iv ABSTRACT This report provides information about experiences in the use of field analytical and site characterization technologies at contaminated sites drawn from 204 applications of the technologies listed below. For each technology, information is presented on the reported uses of the technology; including the types of pollutants and media for which the technology was used; reported advantages and limitations of the technology; and cost data for the technology, when available. Information was obtained from federal and state site managers and from the Vendor Field Analytical and Characterization Technologies System (Vendor FACTS) database. This report is intended to provide information that will facilitate the broader use of various field analytical and site characterization technologies at hazardous waste sites by encouraging information exchange among federal, state, and private-sector site managers. However, it is not intended to provide a comprehensive review of all field analytical and site characterization technologies or of all potential uses of the technologies it does list.
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