January 17, 2017

EPA’s CLU-IN Website Hosts a Wealth of Remediation Resources

Recently, McCoy had another look at EPA’s Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN) website, and we were impressed with the number of remediation resources concentrated in one location. The site was set up by the agency for remediation experts many years ago. It has grown considerably and now provides lots of information on the assessment, characterization, and cleanup of contaminated soil and groundwater. The site is organized into the following main sections:

If you are in the remediation field or characterization is part of your duties, checkout the CLU-IN website for all it has to offer.


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