Confirming that Your In-Situ Remediation Monitoring Program is Designed for Success

In-situ remediation can be a cost-efficient strategy for cleaning up impacted groundwater and saturated soil. In-situ remediation is performed using a variety of technologies, including in-situ chemical oxidation, aerobic and anaerobic bioremediation, in-situ chemical reduction, thermal, and air/bio sparging technologies. In order to optimize remedy performance and outcomes, an experienced remediation team will build a monitoring program that achieves essential assessment objectives throughout the life cycle of a remedy. This whitepaper addresses these objectives and outlines the key considerations and process our remediation experts follow when designing monitoring programs for our clients.

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