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Hazardous Waste Sites: University of Arizona

Superfund Research Program

Remediating Mine Waste Products

Project Leader: Martha H. Conklin
Grant Number: P42ES004940
Funding Period: 2000 - 2005

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Hazardous Waste Sites with On-Going Research

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Hazardous Waste Sites with Completed Research

Apache Powder, NPL Superfund site - Benson, Arizona

  • Project: University of Arizona: Remediating Mine Waste Products
    Project Investigator: Martha H Conklin
    Research Types: Bench scale application of a new remediation technology, Collection of samples for off-site analysis
    Research/Outreach: Completed

Klondyke Tailings, WQARF site - Willcox, Arizona

  • Project: University of Arizona: Remediating Mine Waste Products
    Project Investigator: Martha H Conklin
    Research Types: Collection of samples for off-site analysis
    Research/Outreach: Completed

Page Ranch Landfill - Oracle, Arizona

  • Project: University of Arizona: Remediating Mine Waste Products
    Project Investigator: Martha H Conklin
    Research Types: Outreach or Community Engagement
    Research/Outreach: Completed

Pinal Creek, WQARF site - Globe, Arizona

  • Project: University of Arizona: Remediating Mine Waste Products
    Project Investigator: Martha H Conklin
    Research Types: Collection of samples for off-site analysis, Ecology study, Fate and transport study
    Research/Outreach: Completed
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