This landmark new book sets the standard for planning, performing, and interpreting investigations for solid and hazardous waste sites and selecting appropriate locations for ground-water monitoring. It covers the technical components of assessment monitoring programs that define both the rate and extent of contamination and provide design criteria for aquifer remediation. Technical tools are discussed in detail to provide background techniques such as flow net constructions, cross section instructions, and documentation standards. More than 500 figures and tables illustrate the author's structured holistic program for examining the physical, chemical, and environmental factors of a site for waste disposal. The technical aspects of site assessments regarding contaminated ground-water evaluation and remediation are also covered in detail.
Learn the fundamentals of site assessments
This classic guide explains the fundamentals of a technical approach to site assessments. It is the principle text used for training EPA regional project managers for Superfund sites. The book uses a practical, step-by-step format to walk you through the following tasks:
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Book Description CRC Press, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110873713184