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Phytotechnologies for Site Cleanup Published 2010
Phytotechnologies are a set of techniques that make use of plants to achieve environmental goals. These techniques use plants to extract, degrade, contain, or immobilize pollutants in soil, groundwater, surface water, and other contaminated media. This fact sheet provides information that will help you evaluate whether phytotechnologies will work at your site, summarizes the applications of phytotechnologies for various contaminants, and includes links to additional sources of information.

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