In situ biogeochemical stabilization (ISBS) technology for source area

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Non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) and other hydrocarbon residuals can represent long-termsources of ground water plume constituents of interest (COIs). Excavation and disposal oftenrepresents the most rapid, cost-efficient and effective means of removing these sourcematerials from the environment. In many cases, however, these types of remedial actions arenot possible / cost effective hence in situ source area management strategies are moreappropriate.

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