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Guidance on Remediation of Petroleum-Contaminated Ground Water By Natural Attenuation

Publication number Date Published
05-09-091July 2005
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Author(s) Hun Seak Park
Description This document provides technical guidance on how to evaluate the feasibility and performance of cleanup action alternatives that use natural attenuation, either alone or in conjuction with other cleanup action components.
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Keywords remediation, petroleum, ground water
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