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Concurrent Technologies Corporation
Air Sparging with Soil Vapor Extraction
nav_rem1.doc
3/20/97
Purpose: Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), in conjunction with the Naval Facilities Engineering
Command (NAVFAC), is collecting real-life design information on remediation technologies involving Air Sparging
with Soil Vapor Extraction (SVE). The collected information will be compiled into a technical design guidance
document that will indicate if a specific selected remediation technology will be effective at a given site, the design
criteria that should be considered for that site, and lessons learned from past users of these technologies. The
guidance document will provide the information necessary to effectively design the selected remediation technology.
Point of Contact concerning questionnaire: Scott Cuppett
Phone Number/E-mail:
814-269-2856/cuppett@ctc.com
Date entered:
3/96
Date updated:
I.
GENERAL INFORMATION
A.
Installation Information
1.
Type of Installation (e.g., Navy):
Commercial
2.
Facility Name:
BP Denison Avenue Site
3.
Address:
Cleveland, Ohio
B.
Information Source
1.
Name:
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Address:
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Phone:
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Fax:
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E-mail Address:
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Source: Clark, J.R., R.E. Chaudet, and R.L. Johnson. "Assessing UST Corrective Action
Technologies: Lessons Learned about In Situ Air Sparging at the Denison Avenue Site,
Cleveland, Ohio." Project Summary. EPA/600/SR-95/040. March 1995.





 


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