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Providing information about innovative treatment and site characterization technologies while acting as a forum for all waste remediation stakeholders
Providing information about innovative treatment and site characterization technologies while acting as a forum for all waste remediation stakeholders

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Webinar

SERDP & ESTCP Webinar Series: DNAPL Source Zone Management Approaches, January 8, 12:00 PM EST
The next event in the SERDP and ESTCP webinar series will be held on Thursday, January 8 at 12:00 PM EST, and will feature two technical presentations detailing results from ESTCP-funded projects. First, Dr. Paul Johnson (Arizona State University) will discuss a data-dr...
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Newsletter

Fall 2014 Technology News and Trends
This issue highlights characterization and remediation strategies for contaminated sediment, which impairs the uses of many water bodies and is often a contributing factor to the thousands of fish consumption advisories that have been issued nationwide. As of December 2...
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CLU-IN Highlights for FY 2014
As a result of your interests, in the past Fiscal Year the Clean Up Information Network (CLU-IN)

  • received over 2.5 million site visits
  • distributed over 700,000 documents downloads
  • hosted more than 120 internet seminars attended by more than 20,00...
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    Open Solicitation

    FY 2016 SERDP Solicitations Released
    The Department of Defense's Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) is seeking environmental research and development proposals for funding beginning in FY 2016. Projects will be selected through a competitive process. The Core Solicitation prov...
    Details for Both Federal and Non-Federal Submissions

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