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Progress Reports: Oregon State University: Identification of Remediation Technologies and Conditions that Minimize Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products at Superfund Sites

Superfund Research Program

Identification of Remediation Technologies and Conditions that Minimize Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products at Superfund Sites

Project Leader: Lewis Semprini
Co-Investigators: Staci L. Simonich, Ha-Yeon (Paul) Cheong
Grant Number: P42ES016465
Funding Period: 2009-2025
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The major accomplishments of the Identification of Remediation Technologies and Conditions that Minimize Formation of Hazardous PAH Breakdown Products at Superfund Sites Project over the current reporting period include 5 publications in the peer-reviewed literature. The research conducted under this project resulted in the education and mentoring of one SRP trainee. The project continued active collaborations with environmental engineers in academia and the USEPA to study the formation of PAH breakdown products due to bioremediation, thermal treatment, and chemical oxidation of soils at Superfund sites.

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