Soil, sediment, and ground-water characterization and remediation technologies

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This issue of Technology News and Trends highlights “green remediation,” the practice of considering all environmental effects of remedy implementation and incorporating options to maximize the net environmental benefit of cleanup. The applications in this issue demonstrate increased sustainability that can be gained through use of renewable energy sources to power treatment systems or through well-designed biological systems complementing site reuse. Green remediation strategies closely evaluate a cleanup project’s water requirements, material consumption, waste generation, ecosystem impacts, and long-term stewardship requirements in addition to energy consumption

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