Understanding the process in environmental remediation

Ladd, Paul R.
April 1996
New Hampshire Business Review;4/12/96, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p9A
Explains the environmental remediation process. Environmental assessment of a commercial property transaction; Traditional `pump and treat' remedial technology; Advantage of using combined remedial technologies; Factors to consider when evaluating a remedial approach. INSET: Managing multiple environmental assessments..


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