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EXAMPLES OF GROUNDWATER REMEDIATION AT NPL SITES
U.S. EPA, Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation.
EPA 542-R-18-002, 114 pp, 2018

This report highlights a select number of example National Priorities List (NPL) sites where EPA has used innovative and established technologies to restore groundwater for use as a source of drinking water. Groundwater was restored for use as drinking water at 17 NPL sites, and significant progress toward groundwater restoration has been made at an additional 13 NPL sites where contaminants remain above safe drinking water levels in only a few groundwater wells. This report is intended for federal and state agency personnel, potentially responsible parties, cleanup consultants, and remediation site managers to demonstrate where innovative and established technologies have been used to restore groundwater to beneficial use. http://www.epa.gov/remedytech/examples-groundwater-remediation-npl-sites.



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