||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Research and Development
Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
|Description of Services:
||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. Registered users also receive EPA's quarterly Bioremediation in
the Field bulletin.
||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. Data for sites include:
- cost and performance
BFSSPAK.EXE is a self-extracting compressed file. After downloading
BFSSPAK.EXE simply type "BFSSPAK", and the files BFSSREAD.ME and
BFSSINST.EXE will be extracted. Please read BFSSREAD.ME before using the
self-extracting compressed file BFSSINST.EXE to install BFSS!
BFSSPAK.EXE (956 KB) now. - If you install BFSS after downloading it
from this site, user documentation is available on-line and may be printed
from the DOS text file BFSSUSER.DOC. A published and bound copy of BFSS
documentation is available from CERI. Please call 513-569-7562 to request
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.
BFSS is also available through
the EPA CLU-IN home page via World Wide Wed. http://clu-in.org/PRODUCTS/MOREINFO/Bfss.htm
||IBM-compatible PC (286+), DOS v3.3, 640K RAM,
7MB HD space.
||If you need assistance with BFSS, please call
the BFSS Tech Support Line at 617-674-7210