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Remediation Phase


Introduction of phytoplankton to a contaminated site for the biotic degradation of the contaminant.

1,4 Dioxane (14DX-1)
Section 6 (Remediation Technologies)
Describes remediation and treatment of 1,4-Dioxane, including the use of phytotechnologies.

1,4 Dioxane (14DX-1)
Section (Phytoremediation)
Use of phytoremediation as a treatment of 1,4-dioxane in unsaturated and saturated soil matrix.

Making the Case for Ecological Enhancements (ECO-1)
Section 2.3 (Using Natural Remediation as a Cleanup Technology)
Discusses the pros of using natural remediation, including phytotechnologies, as a cleanup technology.

Making the Case for Ecological Enhancements (ECO-1)
Appendix D, see specifically 4-6,9-11, 30, 32.
Case Studies of uses of phytotechnologies as remediation.

Planning and Promoting Ecological Land Reuse of Remediated Sites (ECO-2)
Section 2.1 (Using Natural or Ecological Enhancements as a Cleanup Technology)
Discusses phytotechnology as a natural remediation technology including the pros and cons of implementation.

Planning and Promoting Ecological Land Reuse of Remediated Sites(ECO-2)
Section 2.2 (Natural or Green Remediation Strategies)
A short description of various natural/green remediation strategies, including phytotechnologies.

Planning and Promoting Ecological Land Reuse of Remediated Sites(ECO-2)
Appendix C-2
A case study on the implementation of phytotechnology as remediation of a former industrial site in Chattanooga, TN.

Mining Waste (MW-1)
Phytotechnologies Page
A summary of phytotechnologies and their applicability and use in treating mining waste.

MTBE and Other Fuel Oxygenates (MTBE-1)
Section 4.5 (Phytoremediation), pages 73-76
Outlines use of phytoremediation on MTBE-affected groundwater.

Phytotechnologies (PHYTO-3)
This document provides a broad overview of phytotechnologies, their implementation as remediation strategies, and the regulatory, cost, and efficacy considerations of their use.
Table 1-3: A summary table of phytotechnology mechanisms.
Section 1.2: Describes the physiological processes that are the basis of phytoremediation.
Section 1.4: Advantages and limitations of phyotechnologies.
Table 2-2: Checklist of deliverables by phytoremediation project phase
Table 2-4: Site assessment information specific for phytotechnologies.
Section 2.3: Phytotechnological remedy selection based on site characterization.
Figure 2-1: Plant species screening process flow chart for phytotechnology selection.
Figure 2-2: Phytotechnology remedy selection decision tree.
Section 2.4: Design and implementation of phytoremediation treatments.
Section 2.5: Operation, maintenance, and monitoring of phytotechnologies after implementation.