Former Refinery; Rhode Island
Roux used a risk-based closure design to address free product, petroleum residuals, soil contamination, and dissolved phase groundwater impacts within a 100-acre former refinery. Key elements are excavation, consolidation, and construction of a phytotechnology cover (15,000 trees) to promote rhizodegradation of residual organics, phytostabilization of metals, and hydraulic control of impacted groundwater.
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Risk-based Closure Design
Excavation, Consolidation, and Construction of Phytotechnology Cover