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Posted by: Neil Levesque on 7/31/03 Title: Costs for remediation
Postnum: 193 EntryID:909
Is anyone aware of good resources pertaining to estimated costs for remediation of soil and groundwater, using various technologies (i.e. bioventing, soil washing etc.)?

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Posted by: Mike Johnston on 8/1/03 Title: Re: Costs for remediation
Postnum: 193 EntryID:910
I have used Compass environmental out of Chicago in the past. They are experianced in everything from industrial clean ups to superfund sites, (they are currently doing soil and water remediation at the Texaco refinery in lockport). I'm sure they could give you options and estimates. Their number is 312-392-6590.

Mike J.

Posted by: Editor on 8/5/03 Title: Re: Costs for remediation
Postnum: 193 EntryID:915
You can also check the 'Remediation Services/Products' Category of the Environmental Marketplace at http://www.canadianenvironmental.com/marketplace

Although you might not find specific costs listed (remediation is very case specific), you may be able to get a general idea of the cost differences of remediation options available by browsing the websites of the companies listed there.

Posted by: heinrichs on 8/7/03 Title: Re: Costs for remediation
Postnum: 193 EntryID:916
You should look into phytoremedation, maybe its benifits would interest you.

Posted by: clefrense on 8/7/03 Title: Re: Costs for remediation
Postnum: 193 EntryID:917
Bioremediation is also often a cost effective approach to the remediation of soils and groundwater. Simple nutrient addittion followed by a simple monitoring program is commonly used by many environemntal companies. Timewise, it is a longer method, however, can save large amounts of money. Theye are many manufacturers of nutrients as well with varying prices, and varying success stories.

www.eccoenviro.ns.ca

Posted by: lkemp on 10/3/03 Title: Re: Costs for remediation
Postnum: 193 EntryID:942
This web-site might give you some further information (in American dollars though of course). http://aec.army.mil/usaec/technology/cleanup05c.html#bioventing

Posted by: Terratank on 12/10/03 Title: Re: Costs for remediation
Postnum: 193 EntryID:981
Contact me, I'll be glad to help you out.

-Charlie Ciranni Terratank Environmental Group Ltd


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