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COMBINED AND PHASED REMEDIATION OF A PETROLEUM AND CHLORINATED SOLVENT PLUME USING SOIL VAPOR EXTRACTION, AIR SPARGE, MULTI-PHASE EXTRACTION, GROUNDWATER PUMP AND TREAT, AND BIOREMEDIATION AT A FLORIDA DRYCLEANER SOLVENT CLEANUP PROGRAM AND PETROLEUM RESTORATION PROGRAM SITE
Moore, B. and L. Anderson.
Florida Remediation Conference 2018, December 5-6, abstract, 2018

The McNatts drycleaning facility operates in Tampa and has been the subject of ongoing assessment and remediation through the Florida Drycleaning Solvent Cleanup Program since the late 1990s. The initial assessment identified highly concentrated soil and groundwater PCE impacts beneath and in close proximity to the dry cleaning equipment. The combined remedy portion of the cleanup involved soil vapor extraction (SVE) for shallow soils, multiphase extraction for treatment of deeper clayey soils, and groundwater recovery for plume control. A phased portion relied on the simultaneous use of air sparge/SVE to treat commingled petroleum impacts. The final phase of the remedy transitioned to enhanced bioremediation to polish remaining chlorinated solvent groundwater impacts. See the 2018 Remedial Action Status Report and other site documents at http://prodenv.dep.state.fl.us/DepNexus/public/electronic-documents/ERIC_4752/facility!search.



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