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Soil Remediation Techniques: Examination of In Situ Chemical Oxidation

 

 

9. Economic Aspects

The cost of using ISCO depends on various components including the site contaminant (type and concentration), treatment zone volume, subsurface heterogeneity (hydraulic conductivity), and the overall treatment goal (Remediation Technologies Screening Matrix and Reference Guide: Chemical Oxidation, 2006).  Picture 11 shows a detailed cost estimate for implementation of ISCO technologies. 

Figure 10Figure 11: ISCO technology general cost (Remediation Technologies Screening Matrix and Reference Guide: Chemical Oxidation, 2006)

 

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