Our solution is to find out the cost for bioremediation in the winter and also for the summer. We will calculate how much each bioremediation treatment costs for the different types of contamination over the entire site.
Our group is currently in the process of researching the totoal cost of bioremediation in the summer, and comparing it to the total cost in the winter. While researching we have discovered that there are different kinds of solution to treating the soil at the Kenai Peninsula. We will then make a table that will show the different solutions in treating the contamination.
Our group is expecting the total cost of the winter to be less that the total cost in the summer. This is because the Alaska climate may slow down the process in the winter than in the summer due to the weather.
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Paint removal Cost http://www.get-a-quote-net/QuoteEngine/costbook.asp/ 8 December 2004
Soil, Sediment, bedrock and Slude http://www.frtr.gov/matrix2/section4/4-2.html 8 December 2004
Contaminated Sites not Forgotten; more work could be done http://www.penisulaclarion.com/stories/101802/ope_101802ope0010001.shtml 8 December 2004
Gordon, Ray. Bioremediation and its Application to Exxon Valdez Oil Spill in alaska http://geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/2094/bioremed.html