Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable: Creating Tools for the Hazardous Waste Cleanup Community

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The Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable leads the federal government’s efforts to promote interagency cooperation to advance the use of innovative technologies for the remediation of hazardous waste sites and transfer the benefits of these cooperative efforts to the site remediation community. Since its inception more than ten years ago, collaborative efforts among the Roundtable member-agencies have led to technology development and demonstration partnerships with private developers and a more consistent and unified federal approach to technology evaluation and acceptance by regulators. The Roundtable also has produced a wide variety of technology transfer tools and other information resources, and identified and targeted national technology development priorities and problems that require special attention (e.g., groundwater contamination, expedited site characterization) for coordinated national action.

The Roundtable “agenda” is driven by the highest priority needs of the hazardous waste cleanup community. The Roundtable always strives to stay one step ahead of the changes in priorities, and address tomorrow’s problems today. By convening open, semi-annual meetings, the Roundtable offers a unique networking opportunity for the site remediation technology community.

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