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1,4-DIOXANE: EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES FOR AN EMERGING CONTAMINANT
Broughton, A., A. Sepulveda, K. Foster, T. Kruk, M.G. Nickelsen, M. Gillan, and T.K.G. Mohr
Remediation [Published online 11 Sept 2019 prior to print]

Federal and state-by-state 1,4-dioxane-specific drinking water and groundwater concentration criteria are summarized in this publication. In addition, the effectiveness of conventional and alternative treatment technologies are compared. The article includes a case study of a site in California where an alternative treatment technology is being utilized to remediate 1,4-dioxane-contaminated groundwater.



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