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245 00 Sustainable remediation of contaminated soil and 
       groundwater :|bmaterials, processes, and assessment /
       |c[edited by] Deyi Hou. 
264  1 Oxford ;|aCambridge, MA :|bButterworth-Heinemann, an 
       imprint of Elsevier,|c[2020] 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
505 0  1. Green and sustainable remediation: concepts, principles,
       and pertaining research 2. Green and sustainable 
       remediation: past, present, and future developments 3. 
       Sustainability assessment for remediation decision-making 
       4. Best management practices for sustainable remediation 
       5. Green remediation by using low-carbon cement-based 
       stabilization/solidification approaches 6. The use of 
       biochar for sustainable treatment of contaminated soils 7.
       Application of slow-release materials for in situ and 
       passive remediation of contaminated groundwater 8. 
       Controlling secondary pollution impacts during enhanced in
       situ anaerobic bioremediation 9. STAR: a uniquely 
       sustainable in situ and ex situ remediation process 10. 
       Long-term effectiveness of in situ solidification/
       stabilization 11. Remedial process optimization and 
       sustainability benefits 12. Landscape architecture and 
       sustainable remediation 13. Phytoremediation value chains 
       and modeling  14. The sustainability of nanoremediation --
       two initial case studies from Europe 15. Understanding the
       diverse norms and rules driving sustainable remediation: a
       study of positioning, aggregation, and scoping 16. 
       Socioeconomic benefit of contaminated site remediation. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    Sustainable Remediation of Contaminated Soil and 
       Groundwater: Materials, Processes, and Assessment provides
       the remediation tools and techniques necessary for 
       simultaneously saving time and money and maximizing 
       environmental, social and economic benefits. The book 
       integrates green materials, cleaner processes, and 
       sustainability assessment methods for planning, designing 
       and implementing a more effective remediation process for 
       both soil and groundwater projects. With this book in hand,
       engineers will find a valuable guide to greener 
       remediation materials that render smaller environmental 
       footprint, cleaner processes that minimize secondary 
       environmental impact, and sustainability assessment 
       methods that can be used to guide the development of 
       materials and processes. 
588    Description based on online resource; title from digital 
       title page (viewed on February 13, 2020). 
650  0 Groundwater|xPurification. 
650  0 Soil remediation. 
650  0 Groundwater|xPollution. 
650  0 Soil pollution. 
700 1  Hou, Deyi,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|z9780128179826. 
856 40 |uhttp://0-www.sciencedirect.com.lib.utep.edu/science/book
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