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From: "Matt Palmer"
Organization: Helix High School,La Mesa, California
Date: 29th October 1998
Subject: Information sought on Phytoremediation

 

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I am doing a project on phytoremediation. Have you had a contractor who has performed pilot / full scale testing on phytoremediation?

If so could I have a copy of contractor work plan and/or stated objectives, method and Techniques? And also, a final Report?

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Dear Matt

Cheers

Micky
a.k.a. Dr Hugo Hackenbush ('Day at the Races' - Marx Brothers)

 

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From: "Amparo Cortés"
Organization: Universitat de Barcelona

Dear Micky / Matt,

    There are few projects done on phytoremediation. There is one company I know of in the UK doing work in the area, their details are :-

    Westlakes, Scentific consulting, Princess Royal Building. Westlakes Science and Technology Park, Moor Row, Cumbria. CA24 3LN. Fax 01946 514040.

Cheers

Amparo Cortés

 

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From: DGlassAssc [at] aol.com
Organisation: D. Glass Associates, Inc.

Matt

I hope this helps.

Best regards,

David Glass

 

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From: DGlassAssc [at] aol.com
Organisation: D. Glass Associates, Inc.

The U.S. Phytoremediation market has nearly doubled in the past year. It is expected to grow to $30-49 million in 1999, nearly double estimated the 1998 revenues of $16.5-29.5 million.

These estimates are included in our new report, entitled "U.S. and International Markets for Phytoremediation. In the new report we estimate that the U.S. phytoremediation market might grow to $50-86 million by 2000, $100-170 million by 2002 and to $235-400 million by 2005.

Currently the largest segment of U.S. market is the removal of organic contaminants from groundwater, followed by markets for control of landfill leachate and for remediation of organic compounds from soil. Other U.S. markets expected to have significant 1999 revenues include remediation of metals from soil and the treatment of organic and nonmetallic inorganic contaminants in wastewater.

A more detailed description of the report and ordering information are available at D. Glass Associates, Inc. website. There ia also an Executive Summary of the report available, together with a Table of Contents and List of Tables.


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