A Common Sense Sampling Strategy to Expedite Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup / SC. Soloyanis
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- A common criticism of the remedial investigation/feasibility study process at Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) sites is that too much time and money are spent studying the problem before remediation can be started. A factor leading to this perception may be that the timing, type, and spacing of soil and groundwater sampling at these sites are inappropriate. The purpose of this paper is to propose a 3-step sampling strategy for quickly obtaining sufficient information to make remediation decisions and thus reducing overall characterization costs. The significant element in the strategy is that most of the expensive, time-consuming sampling and analyses using permanent monitoring devices are reserved for the end of the 3-step process as confirmation of the conceptual site model developed as a result of the investigation.
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