|Name||Objective||Data/Technology Information||Hardware Software||Contacts|
|Bioremediation in the Field Search System (BFSS)||The Bioremediation in the Field Search System (BFSS) provides access to database of information on waste sites across the country where bioremediation is being tested or implemented or has been completed. BFSS users can search the database electronically, view data on specific types of bioremediation sites, and print reports of selected information.||BFSS currently provides information on ex situ and in situ technologies at more than 450 bioremediation sites nationwide. The database includes full-scale remediation efforts and treatability studies that cover sites under EPA's CERCLA, RCRA, TSCA, and UST authority.||BFSS requires an IBM-compatible PC with at least 640K of memory and MS-DOS 3.3 or higher.||BFSS is available on
diskette free of charge from EPA's Center for Environmental Research
Information (CERI). Please call 513-569-7562 to request a copy.
|CLU-IN Bulletin Board System (BBS)||The system serves as a communications mechanism to assist hazardous waste cleanup professionals obtain current information about innovative cleanup technologies.||The system offers messages, bulletins, computer files, and data bases.||A computer, modem, and communications software are required to access the system.||CLU-IN is also accessible
on EPA/Hazardous Waste Clean-Up home page via World Wide Web.
|Defense Environmental Network Information (DENIX)||To provide DOD personnel information on environmental, legislative, compliance, restoration, cleanup, and DOD guidance information.||DENIX provides the capability to review environmental publications online, send and receive electronic mail via DENIX host and the internet, and enter the interactive discussion forums on various subjects.||The system can be accessed only by DOD personnel. A password is necessary to access the system. DENIX is available online.||Contact DENIX|
|Defense RDT & E Online System (DROLS)||This bibliographic data base provides information on DOD's ongoing research and technology efforts.||The system provides access to three separate data bases: Research Work Unit Information System, Technical Report Data Base, and Independent Research and Development Data Base.||The system is available through dial-up to the Defense Technical Information Center's central computer system.||The
|Energy Science and Technology Data Base||This multidisciplinary bibliographic file contains worldwide references to basic and applied scientific and technical research literature.||The system includes references to journal literature, conferences, patents, book, monographs, theses, and engineering and software materials.||The system is available via dial-up through DOE's Integrated Technical Information System (ITIS) and to the public through DIALOG Information Services.||ITIS
DOE Office of Science and Technical Information
DIALOG Information Services
|Environmental Technologies Remedial Actions Data Exchange (EnviroTRADE)||This system is being designed to help facilitate the exchange of environmental restoration and waste management technologies.||The system will contain information on international environmental restoration and waste management technologies, organizations, sites, activities, funding, and contacts.||The system will be available to DOE users in 1993 and other users at a later date. Hardware and software requirements have not been finalized.||Dan
Washington, DC 20585-0002
|Global Network of Environment & Technology (GNET)||GNET was created to promote the commercialization of innovative environmental technologies. decision-makers and facilitating development of the national environmental technology strategy.||GNET features Environment & Technology NewsBriefs, Environment & Technology Business Forum, and Environment & Technology Information.||Internet access (with Net browsers such as Netscape, Mosaic, or Chameleon).||GNET
7010 Little River Turnpike
Annandale, VA 22001
|Hazardous Waste Superfund Collection Data Base||This online bibliographic data base corresponds to a special collection of hazardous waste documents located throughout the EPA library network.||The system includes bibliographic references and abstracts on EPA reports, OSWER policy and guidance directives, legislation, regulations, and non-government books.||The system is available online through the EPA Online Library System or it can be downloaded from CLU-IN. Both methods of access require a PC, modem, and communications software.||Felice
EPA Headquarters Library
|National Technical Information Service (NTIS) Bibliographic Data Base||This is a bibliographic retrieval system that references the reports of major federal agencies.||The system consists of unclassified government- sponsored research, development, and engineering reports, as well as other analyses prepared by government agencies and their contractors.||The data base is available through a number of commercial data base vendors, such as DIALOG, BRS, STN, Orbit, and CISTI.||National
Technical Information Service
U.S. Dept. of Commerce
|New Technology from DOE (NTD)||This system is designed to disseminate information about DOE research results that have potential for commercialization.||The system includes technology descriptions, patent status, secondary applications, literature citations, and DOE information.||The data base is available to DOE users with a computer, modem, and communications software capable of VT-100 emulation.||Integrated
Technical Information System
|Protech and the Technology Catalogue||1. Minimize the time and
effort that field personnel spend providing information
on their technologies.
2. Provide more detailed technical cost performance data on deployable technologies advanced by DOE's Office of Technology Development (EM-50) to its customers, DOE's Offices of Waste Management (EM-30) and Environmental Restoration (EM-40) and their contractors.
|Description of technologies supported under Integrated Demonstrations (IDs).||Macintosh Computer Platform.||ProTech
Contact: David Biancosino (DOE-HQ)
301-903-7961 Technology Catalogue Contact:
Joe Paladino (DOE-HQ)
|Records of Decision System (RODS)||This system provides comprehensive information on Superfund Records of Decision for Hazardous Waste cleanup sites nationwide.||The data base contains the full text of all signed Records of Decision.||A personal computer, modem and communications software are required to access the system.||The EPA provides online access to RODS data.|
|ReOpt: Electronic Encyclopedia of Remedial Action Options||The system provides information collected from EPA, DOE, and other sources about remedial action technologies.||The system contains diagrams, descriptions, engineering or design parameters, contaminants treated, technical and regulatory constraints, and other information for about 90 technologies.||The system runs on IBM-PC and compatibles in a WINDOWS environment and Macintosh II (or greater). It requires at least 5 megabytes of RAM and 12 megabytes of hard disk space. OMNIS SEVEN software is embedded in the system, and a fee is required for a license and installation materials.||Janet
Battelle Pacific Northwest Labs
|Research in Progress Data Base||This data base bridges the information gap that occurs between initiation and completion of a research project by providing information about ongoing research projects.||The data base contains administrative and technical information about all unclassified current and recently completed research projects performed or funded by DOE.||A computer, modem, and communications software capable of VT-100 emulation are required to access the system.||Kelly J.
DIALOG Information Services
|RREL Treatability Data Base||The data base provides treatability data for the removal/ destruction of organic and inorganic chemicals in aqueous and solid media.||The system contains 1,207 compounds with 13,500 data sets.||The data base is menu-driven and can be loaded on an IBM or compatible PC with DOS Version 2.0 to 6.0, 640K RAM, and 7MB of hard disk storage. It is also available for downloading through CLU-IN.||Glenn M.
|Soil Transport and Fate Data Base and Model Management System||The data base provides information on chemical properties, toxicity, transformation, and bioaccumulation for hundreds of chemical compounds.||The data base includes information on approximately 400 chemicals as well as models for predicting the fate and transport of hazardous organic constituents in the vadose zone.||The data base will run on any IBM-compatible computer with 640K RAM, 12.5 MB of hard disk storage, and a math coprocessor.||David S.
|Waste Management Information System (WMIS)||The system provides an accurate and complete resource for the explanation and selection of appropriate technologies for handling hazardous, mixed, radioactive, or remedial action waste.||The system includes waste generation/process data, information on T/S/D capabilities, and waste profiles.||WMIS resides on a Novell local area network at DOE.||Lise