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Title: Costs and benefits Associated with Remidiation of Contaminated Groundwater - A Review of the Issues
Author: P Hardisty
Author: E Ozdemiroglu
Author: Environment Agency
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: Environment Agency Project ID:EAPRJOUT_421, Representation ID: 120, Object ID: 1760
Abstract:
.............................................................................................................................................. 53 8. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ......................................................................................... 54 8.1 CONCLUSIONS.. ..................................................................................................................................... 54 8.2 RECOMMENDATIONS ........................................................................................................................ .: 56 9. REFERENCES ................................................................................................................................................ 59 LIST OF TABLES IN TEXT Pay2 No. Table 5.1 Comparison of Economic Issues: Contaminated Land and Groundwater Overall approach to Assessment of Environmental costs and benefits of water and waste projects (from EFTEC, 1996 ) Issues relevant to water and waste projects (After EFTEC, 1996). Sum.rnary of average water values for different uses in Carberry aquifer region in 1990: from Kulshreshtha, (1994) Table 5.2 Table 5.3 Table 5.4 17 19 20 23 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1.1 FIGURE 4.1 FIGURE 4.2 FIGURE 4.3 FIGURE 4.4 FIGURE 4.5 FIGURE 4.6 FIGURE 4.7 FIGURE FIGURE FIGURE FIGURE 6.1 7.1 7.2 7.3 Cost Benefit Analysis for Remediation of Contaminated Land: ProjectContext Schematic of types of Groundwater Contamination Deriving Site-specific Remedial Objectives, CLRl 1 Schematic of Multiple Risk SPR Linkages Associated with Groundwater Migration. Schematic of ways in which Groundwater Contributes to Economic Value. Sustainability, Optimal and y and Government Intervention (from Pearce and Warford, 1993). Techniques for Monetary Valuation and how they are related. Linkages between Economic Assessment Techniques (from EFTEC, 1998). Remedial Goal Setting Decision: Potentially involved Stakeholders. Using the Cost-Benefit Framework as a tool for Negotiation. Conceptual Cost - Feasibility Curve for Groundwater Remediation. Conceptual Schematic of Inputs to the Different Stages of Remedial Decision Making. 1.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Subject Keywords: Groundwater; Remediation; Contamination; Cost benefir analysis
Extent: 85
Permalink: http://www.environmentdata.org/archive/ealit:4450
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