Bioremediation of DNAPLs Documents


Bioremediation of DNAPLs (BioDNAPLs) guidance documents address the selection and design of in situ bioremediation (ISB) systems for chlorinated ethene DNAPL source zones, as well as technical and related regulatory considerations.

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BIODNAPL-3

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Jun-08
In Situ Bioremediation of Chlorinated Ethene: DNAPL Source Zones Provides a systematic understanding of the technical and related regulatory considerations for ISB of chlorinated ethene DNAPL source zones, based on scientifically sound and credible evidence. CD includes BIODNAPL-2. No hard copies are available
BIODNAPL-2

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Apr-07
In Situ Bioremediation of Chlorinated Ethene DNAPL Source Zones: Case Studies Presents six critically reviewed case studies of recent or ongoing applications ISB of DNAPLs as evidence that it is a viable cleanup strategy. A companion CD contains the document and presentations made at the Case Studies Forum. No hard copies are available

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BIODNAPL-1

Oct-05
Overview of In Situ Bioremediation of Chlorinated Ethene DNAPL Source Zones NOTE: 5.6 MB Overview of in situ bioremediation and some of the issues to consider when selecting and designing an ISB system for remediation of chlorinated ethene DNAPLs source zones. No hard copies are available

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Related documents:
See the EPA's clarification on RCRA Section 3020 in US EPA's memo Applicability of RCRA Section 3020 to In-Situ Treatment of Ground Water and cover letter (Dec. 27, 2000, Elizabeth A. Cotsworth, Director, Office of Solid Waste) and the December 1999 Letter from Matthew Hale, Deputy Director, Office of Solid Waste.