To better understand the quantity and location of pentachlorophenol (PCP) at the site that can act as a source of PCP dissolving into groundwater—i.e., in residual-phase light-non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL).
The results of this investigation indicate the significant reduction of both mass and concentration of PCP in residual-phase LNAPL. For example, the mass of PCP material in this residual-phase LNAPL has decreased by more than 99%.
The results of this investigation help us better understand the status of the residual-phase LNAPL. This is crucial for our overall understanding of the site and as we evaluate potential additional remedial actions.
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