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Remaining Simulcast Questions and Answers from January 6, 2015

Question 1: For the Level 1 case study of former refinery with the landfill cap, when converting the cap to a natural area that's shown with bird houses & wild flower...was annual or semi-annual mowing still required to prevent trees & shrubs from piercing the impermiable cap? (Presuming an impermiable cap.)

Question 2: For the RCRA site Level 2 case study, was the retained future liability from landfilling the excavated soil a consideration in the remedy selection matrix?

Remaining Simulcast Questions and Answers from April 26, 2012

Question 1: Who conducted the GSR Planning and Implementation study for the Brownfield site: NJDEP or the developer/clean up contractor? - State regulator; Atlanta, GA, United States

Remaining Simulcast Questions and Answers from Febuary 14, 2012

Question 1: GSR appears to place a higher level of importance on saving energy and reduction of green house gases than other goals Based on the repetition and prominance of these topics during the training. What is the best way to entice use of GSR in a brownfield context if energy use and air emissions are of lesser importance to revitalization or job creation when remediation driver is redevelopment? - State Participant; MN, United States

Question 2: On Slide 42, that the community acceptance for the bioremediation was not favorable as compared to insitu thermal. What was the basis for that conclusion? - State regulator; Trenton, NJ, United States

Question 3: On slide 81, the CO2 emissions for excavation is presented as much lower than other alternatives but were the emissions from the receiving entity of the excavated materials taken into account? - State regulator; Trenton, NJ, United States