The environmental cleanup industry continues to move towards implementation of in situ remediation technologies to take advantage of cost-savings over soil excavation and to overcome limitations inherent to pump-and-treat operations. However, in situ technologies present their own associated risks, including uncertainties in performance and potential release of secondary contaminants. Consequently, site-specific evaluations of in situ remediation technologies, a.k.a. treatability studies, are customary befor
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