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Multiuser Confined Disposal Sites Program Study: Cost Analysis Issue Paper (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
89-09-905 July 1989
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Author(s) Gershman, Brickner & Bratton, Inc.
Description This report identifies comparative cost for confined disposal of contaminated sediments at four generic types of sites: aquatic, near shore, saturated, near shore unsaturated, and upland. This report estimates life cycle system cost for the alternatives, provides a comparison of the economics of each alternative, and highlights the key variables that most affect the cost of each.
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Keywords disposal sites, multiuser, cost analysis
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