Multiuser Confined Disposal Sites Program Study: Environmental and Public Health Issues: Final (Obsolete)
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|Author(s)||Gershman, Brickner & Bratton, Inc.|
|Description||Multiuser sites in three alternative environmental settings are being considered for the confined disposal of contaminated sediment. This issue paper identifies the environmental and public health issues associated with the multiuser confined disposal sites.|
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|Keywords||disposal sites, multiuser, public health, environment|
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