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Remediation Technologies Screening Matrix, Version 4.0  
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The Federal Remediation Technology Roundtable (FRTR) was established in 1991 as an interagency committee to exchange information and to provide a forum for joint action regarding the development and demonstration of innovative technologies for hazardous waste remediation.

One of the distinctive attributes of environmental technology is that the state-of-the-art continually changes. Federal agencies have periodically updated and published information on remediation technologies in an effort to keep pace with these changes. However, government remedial project managers (RPMs) must often sort through large volumes of related and overlapping information to evaluate alternative technologies. Publication of remediation information on the Internet has added a new dimension to the amount of information accessible to the RPM. To assist the RPM in the evaluation process and to enhance technology transfer among Federal agencies, we developed this website to combine the unique features of several agency publications into a single website with extensive links to other remediation technology websites. It allows the RPM to pursue questions based on contamination problems as well as specific technology issues depending on their need.

The selection and use of innovative technologies to clean up hazardous waste sites is increasing rapidly, and new technologies are continuing to emerge. FRTR member agencies plan to frequently update this website to help the RPM keep pace with the ever-changing range of technologies available.

U.S. Army Environmental Center U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Technology Innovation Office
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hazardous Toxic and Radioactive Waste Center of Expertise U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
National Risk Management Research Laboratory
U.S. Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence U.S. Department of Energy
Environmental Management
U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center U.S. Geological Survey
Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable Interstate Technology Regulatory Cooperation
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