Gasoline and Diesel Soil Concentrations Predicted to be Protective of Upland Ecological Receptors (Implementation Memorandum No. 19)
Gasoline and Diesel Soil Concentrations Predicted to be Protective of Upland Ecological Receptors (Implementation Memorandum No. 19) (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 49KB)
|Author(s)||Arthur Buchan and Scott O’Dowd|
|Description||This guidance document updates gasoline and diesel soil concentrations that are predicted to be protective of plants and soil biota at any Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) cleanup site.|
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|Keywords||Terrestrial Ecological Evaluation (TEE), Upland cleanup site, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), gasoline, diesel|
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