With 90 owners and parcels, attempts to remediate and redevelop this 120-acre former mining, landfill and manufacturing site were stalled by lack of coordination and inconsistent data. Brown and Caldwell collaborated with regulators and owners to review all existing data, perform new investigations, and model the entire site to define and implement a master remediation plan, enabling the owners to create a solid path to closure.
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- How “Green” Can We Get with Remediation? A life-cycle comparison between a conventional P&T approach vs. a “green” technology to treat a large PCE plume
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