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The Permeable Reactive Barriers (PRBs) documents provide a comprehensive resource for design and implementation of PRBs. A PRB is an in situ permeable treatment zone designed to intercept and remediate a contaminant groundwater plume. The newest technology update document incorporates elements from previous documents and provides updates on additional types of reactive media, treatable contaminants, longevity issues, and new construction/installation approaches and technologies.

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A comprehensive resource incorporating elements from previous documents and providing updates on additional types of reactive media, treatable contaminants, longevity issues, and new construction/installation approaches and technologies. Revised 11-30-11.
Provides updated information on new developments and innovative approaches in applying PRBs to treat a variety of groundwater contaminants.
U.S. Air Force document revised with state input to provide technical information for PRB installation.
Review of regulatory issues associated with PRBs.
Provides regulatory guidelines for the installation of permeable reactive walls for the remediation of inorganics and radionuclides.