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Remediation Technologies Screening Matrix, Version 4.0  

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1-1 Reduction of Data Needs by Screening and Presumptive Remedies
1-2 The Role of This Document in the RI/FS Process (or Equivalent)
2-1 Treatment Train for Nonhalogenated VOCs
2-2 Treatment Train for Halogenated VOCs
2-3 Treatment Train for Nonhalogenated SVOCs
2-4 Treatment Train for Halogenated SVOCs
2-5 Treatment Train for Fuels
2-6 Treatment Train for Inorganics
2-7 Treatment Train for Radionuclides
2-8 Categories of Energetic Materials
2-9 Treatment Train for Explosives
3-1 Classification of Remedial Technologies by Function
4-1 Typical Bioventing System
4-2 Typical In Situ Biodegradation System
4-3 Typical In Situ Phytoremediation System
4-4 Typical Chemical Oxidation System
4-5 Typical In Situ Electrokinetic Separation System
4-6 Typical Pneumatic Fracturing Process
4-7 Typical Soil Flushing System
4-8 Typical In Situ Soil Vapor Extraction System
4-9a Typical Auger/Caisson and Reagent/Injector Head Systems
4-9b Typical In Situ Vitrification System
4-10a Typical Six-Phase Soil Heating System
4-10b Typical Hot Air Injection Enhanced SVE System
4-11 Typical Biopile for Solid Phase Bioremediation
4-12 Typical Windrow Composting Process
4-13 Typical Landfarming Treatment Unit
4-14 Typical Bioreactor Process
4-15 Typical Solvent Extraction Process
4-16 Typical Chemical Reduction/Oxidation Process
4-17a Typical BCD Dehalogenation Process
4-17b Typical APEG Dehalogenation Process
4-18 Typical Gravity Separation System
4-19 Typical Soil Washing Process
4-20 Typical Ex Situ Solidification/Stabilization Process Flow Diagram
4-21a Typical Process Flow Diagram
for Hot Gas Decontamination of Explosives Contaminated Equipment  
4-21b Typical Process Flow Diagram
for Hot Gas Decontamination of Explosives Contaminated Equipment
4-22 Typical Mobile/Transportable Incineration Process
4-23 Typical Open Burning Pan and Cage
4-24 Typical Pyrolysis Process
4-25a Typical High Temperature Thermal Desorption Process
4-25b Typical Low Temperature Thermal Desorption Process
4-26 Typical Landfill Cap System
4-27 Typical Water Harvesting Vegetative Cover
4-28 Typical Contaminated Soil Excavation Diagram
4-29a Typical Oxygen-Enhanced Bioremediation System for Contaminated Ground Water with Air Sparging
4-29b Typical Oxygen-Enhanced H2O2 Bioremediation System
4-29c Typical Nitrate-Enhanced Bioremediation System
4-30 Typical Monitoring Well Construction Diagram
4-31 Typical In Situ Phytoremediation System
4-32 Typical Air Sparging System
4-33 Typical In Situ Bioslurping System
4-34 Typical Chemical Oxidation System
4-35 Typical Diagram of In Situ Air Stripping with Horizontal Wells
4-36 Typical Dual Phase Extraction Schematic
4-37 Typical Hot Water/ Steam Flushing System (CrowTM)
4-38 Typical Sequence of Operations for Creating Hydraulic Fractures
4-39a Typical UVB Vacuum Vapor Extraction Diagram
4-39b Typical NoVOCsTM system
4-39c Typical DDC system
4-40 Typical Passive Treatment Wall (Cross-Section)
4-41 Typical Rotating Biological Contactor (RBC)
4-42 Typical Constructed Wetlands System
4-43 Typical Adsorption/ Absorption System
4-44 Typical UV/Oxidation Ground Water Treatment System
4-45 Typical Air Stripping System
4-46 Typical Fixed-Bed Carbon Adsorption System
4-47a Typical Ground Water Pumping System
4-47b Typical Free Product Recovery Dual Pump System
4-48 Typical Ion Exchange and Adsorption Equipment Diagram
4-49 Typical Metals Precipitation Process
4-50a Typical Distillation System
4-50b Typical Filtration System
4-50c Typical Freeze Crystallization System
4-50d Typical Membrane Pervaporation/Reverse Osmosis System
4-51 Typical Sprinkler Irrigation System
4-52 Typical Keyed-In Slurry Wall
4-53 Typical Deep Well Injection System
4-54 Typical Meyhanotrophic Biofilm Reactor Diagram
4-55 Typical Low temperature Plasma Reactor
4-56 Typical Membrane Separation Diagram
4-57 Typical Oxidation Diagram
4-58 Typical Scrubber Diagram
4-59 Typical Vapor-Phase Carbon Adsorption System

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