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HazTECH News, v 13:22, p 170, Nov 19 1998
The treatment processes currently in use to remediate a former wood
treating site in Visalia, California are to be used by Integrated Water
Technologies, Inc. of Santa Barbara, California to clean up a
trichloroethylene-contaminated aquifer at Cape Canaveral, Florida. The company
will design an in situ system to implement technologies developed at Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory and the University of California at Berkeley.
The company licenses the technologies--dynamic underground stripping, steam
enhanced extraction, hydrous pyrolysis/oxidation, and electrical resistance
tomography--from the University of California. Contact: Norm Brown, (805) 565-
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