A majority of the contaminated sites in the industrialized world involve a complex and unique mixture of soil, water and contaminants. There are no simple solutions and most remedial actions will take much longer than planned, be expensive and involve several technologies, each with its particular limitations and unknowns. We must continually learn from the experiences of others to reduce the time, risk and cost of remedial actions, while simultaneously meeting the objectives of environmental protection, human health and safety.
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- Lessons Learned: A Basis for Future Success
R. F. Olfenbuttel
Douglas C. Downey
Terry L. Stoddart
- Springer Netherlands
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