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Table Of Contents

1.1 Background
1.2 Brief Description of the SITE Program and Reports
1.3 The SITE Demonstration Program
1.4 Purpose of the Innovative Technology Evaluation Report (ITER)
1.5 Technology Description
1.6 Key Contacts
SECTION 2 TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS ANALYSIS
2.1 Key Features
2.2 Operability of the Technology
2.3 Applicable Wastes
2.4 Availability and Transportability of the Equipment
2.5 Materials Handling Requirements
2.6 Site Support Requirements
2.7 Range of Suitable Site Characteristics
2.8 Limitations of the Technology
2.9 Technology Performance Versus Arars
2.9.2 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
2.9.3 Clean Air Act (CAA)
2.9.4 Clean Water Act (CWA)
2.9.5 Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)
2.9.6 Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
2.9.8 State Requirements
SECTION 3 ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Conclusions
3.3 Factors Affecting Estimated Costs
3.4 Issues and Assumptions
3.4.1 Site Size and Characteristics
3.4.2 System Design and Performance Factors
3.4.3 System Operating Requirements
3.4.4 Financial Assumptions
3.5 Results of the Economic Analysis
3.5.1 Site Preparation
3.5.2 Permitting and Regulatory Requirements
3.5.3 Capital Equipment
3.5.4 Startup and Fixed Costs
3.5.5 Consumables and Supplies
3.5.6 Labor
3.5.7 Utilities
3.5.8 Effluent Treatment and Disposal
3.5.10 Analytical Services
3.5.11 Maintenance and Modification
3.5.12 Demobilization
SECTION 4 TREATMENT EFFECTIVENESS
4.1 Background
4.2.1 Site Selection
4.2.2 Site Characterization
4.2.3 Size and Configuration of the Tree Plantations
4.2.4 Planting and Installation of the Irrigation System
4.2.5 Irrigation
4.2.6 Monitoring
4.3 Project Objectives
4.3.1 Primary Project Objective
4.3.2 Secondary Project Objectives
4.4 Performance Data
4.4.1 Summary of Results - Primary Objective
4.4.2 Summary of Results - Secondary Objectives
Table 4-4. Average TCE and DCE concentration in monitoring wells
4.5 Discussion
SECTION 5 OTHER TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS
5.2 Personnel Issues
5.3 Community Acceptance
SECTION 6 TECHNOLOGY STATUS
6.1 Previous Experience
6.2 Scaling Capabilities
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Environmental Protection Agency: 540R03506

Environmental Protection Agency: 540R03506

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