Bio-trap study work plan

  • What was the goal of the investigation summarized in this report?

    This investigation was designed to develop site-specific information concerning the natural degradation of PCP in the central portion of the groundwater plume. It’s a logical next step in fully evaluating site conditions and PCP response. See description of our PCP degradation study.


  • What key information should readers take away from this letter?

    This work plan describes the study that’s currently underway to develop site-specific information concerning natural biodegradation of PCP at the site.


  • Why is this report relevant?

    We’ll use the results of the study described in the work plan to determine whether conditions are right at the site for biodegradation of PCP in the central portion of the PCP groundwater plume. We expect these laboratory results to be ready in late 2021, with a report in early 2022.

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