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Posted by: Adam Walicki on 11/18/03 Title: Landfill Remediation Through Golf Courses
Postnum: 209 EntryID:966
Hi, I am currently a 3rd year student at York University in the Environmental Landscape Design program. I am currently doing an assignment regarding using golf courses as a means to remediate landfill sites (in situ). I was wondering if anyone would be able to provide me with any information on this topic, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Adam Walicki

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Posted by: Ron Van Luven on 11/18/03 Title: Re: Landfill Remediation Through Golf Courses
Postnum: 209 EntryID:967
Good morning Adam, I thought you might want to check out our natural in situ microbial bioremediation product "OIL GATOR".

It's purpose is to remediate hydrocarbon contaminated soil in situ, and is currently used by golf courses to clean up their hydraulic fluid spills with out the need to dig up and remove the contamination.

Have a look at our website at gatorcanada.ca and send me an e-mail if you have any questions.

Ron Van Luven

Posted by: Ric Holt on 4/11/04 Title: Re: Landfill Remediation Through Golf Courses
Postnum: 209 EntryID:1071
Congratulations on your prize for your design from APAO.

You may be interested in:

gravelwatch.org

and its complaint about gravel pit rehab.

Cheers Ric Holt, Prof, Univ of Waterloo


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