Accelerated Site Characterization Documents

Accelerated Site Characterization guidance documents address protocols and standards for innovative environmental site characterization processes.

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ASC-2

Jan-98
Interstate Technology and Regulatory Cooperation Work Group (ITRC) / US Environmental Protection Agency Consortium for Site Characterization Technology (CSCT) Partnership FY-97 Summary Report State participation in the USEPA verification of PCB field analytical and well-head monitoring and soil and soil-gas sampling technologies. No hard copies are available
ASC-1

Summary Info

Dec-97
Interstate Technology and Regulatory Cooperation Work Group (ITRC) / American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Partnership for Accelerated Characterization FY-97 Summary Report ITRC review and input on ASTM Guide for Expedited Site Characterization of Hazardous Waste and report on the options for future collaboration between ITRC and ASTM. No hard copies are available
ASC-4

Summary Info

Dec-97
Multi-State Evaluation of the Site Characterization and Analysis Penetrometer System Volatile Organic Compounds (SCAPS-VOC) Sensing Technologies Evaluation and approval of SCAPS-deployed hydrosparge VOC sensor for real-time in situ detection of VOCs below the water table. No hard copies are available
ASC-3

Summary Info

May-96
Multi-State Evaluation of an Expedited Site Characterization Technology: Site Characterization and Analysis Penetrometer System Laser-Induced Fluorescence (SCAPS-LIF) Note: Appendices are not available electronically. California Certification, USEPA Verification, and multi-state acceptance of the SCAPS sensor for in situ subsurface field screening method for polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). No hard copies are available