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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Use of Landfarming to Remediate Soil Contaminated by Pesticide Waste

Title:
Use of Landfarming to Remediate Soil Contaminated by Pesticide Waste

Abstract:
Landfarming is a cost effective solution to remediating soil and groundwater that have been impacted by pesticides. This publication discusses, reviews, and summarizes case studies on 18 pesticide landfarming projects undertaken by Andrews Environmental Engineering, Inc. (AEEI) of Springfield, Illinois. In-depth cost summaries are also provided for six of the pesticide landfarming projects. Prepared by AEEI. (PDF format; Length: 55 pages)

URL:
http://www.wmrc.uiuc.edu/main_sections/info_services/library_docs/rr/RR-E70.PDF

Source:
IL Waste Management and Research Center

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
June 1994

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