Travis McGuire, David Adamson, and Charles Newell Published in Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation Journal

GSITDC2GSI engineers Travis McGuire, David Adamson, and Charles Newell, along with colleagues at Rice University, co-authored a Technical Paper in the Spring 2016 Edition of Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation titled Evaluation of Long-Term Performance and Sustained Treatment at Enhanced Anaerobic Bioremediation Sites. The manuscript presents results of long-term performance monitoring at 34 chlorinated solvent sites following enhanced anaerobic bioremediation for groundwater cleanup. Key findings suggest that sustained treatment processes prevent concentration rebound at a majority of enhanced bioremediation sites and that a 3-year posttreatment monitoring period should be sufficient to document remediation performance.  The work was part of a larger remediation performance study that was funded by the U.S. Department of Defense Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP).

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