U.S. EPA Contaminated Site Cleanup Information (CLU-IN)

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. EPA Technology Innovation and Field Services Division

For questions & comments about technology developer tools & resources, please contact:

Carlos Pachon
Technology Integration and Information Branch

PH: (703) 603-9904 | Email: pachon.carlos@epa.gov

Demonstration & Testing

Links to Sources on International Demonstration & Testing





E-mail: Dr. Yvonne Spira (Yvonne.spira@umweltbundesamt.at)


EURODEMO is a 2 year project, with 24 partners in 13 different member states of the European Union. Two data bases have been created since EURODEMO was created in 2005. The demonstration data base is an ongoing compilation of environmental technology projects across Europe, and the funding data base gives an overview of programs, organizations, etc, that finance soil and groundwater remediation technology demonstrations. Currently a catalogue on funding opportunities (who funds what, under what conditions) for demonstrations is being produced. The catalogue will be freely accessible to the public through the EURODEMO website.


Contaminated Land: Applications In Real Environments (CL:AIRE)



E-mail: Jane Forshaw (enquiries@claire.co.uk)


CL:AIRE is a public/private partnership in the United Kingdom that brings together policy makers, regulators, industry, research organizations and technology developers. The program works to find, demonstrate and report on remediation technologies for contaminated land, and is a leading provider of information in this capacity. CL:AIRE accepts proposals for demonstrations based on technical merit, and the technology’s future for becoming a cost effective, sustainable technology. Once projects are accepted, research groups and technology vendors are matched with an appropriate test site. Results of demonstrations are disseminated via CL:AIRE's website, newsletters and other means to owners of contaminated land and the environmental industry.

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Sustainable Development Technology Canada



E-mail: info@sdtc.ca


A non-profit organization established by the Canadian government, SDTC supports and finances the development and demonstration of clean technologies, including soil remediation technology. Besides funding, SDTC provides help in forming strategic relationships and formalize business plans between parties such as industry, government, and private companies. Only technologies that have proven the ability to meet market demand are selected in the three phase application process - statement of interest, proposal, and contracting.

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