STREAMS II (Rates to establish Master Agrmt)

Project: Research project

Project Details


STREAMS II (Rates to establish Master Agrmt) Science Advisor, Bioremediation of Dioxin Background: EPA Office of Research and Development (ORD) has contracted with to provide technical information focusing on several key remediation technologies and applications. For this specific technical directive, an Engineering Issue Paper (EIP) and Engineering Bulletin (EB) have been requested on bioremediation of dioxins. The EIP and EB will be concise, synthesized technology transfer products that will be formatted into desktop references to assist decision makers in making appropriate selections and applications of specific remediation technologies and approaches. The EIP will provide an up-to-date, overview of the topic with extensive literature reviews. These products vary in length depending on subject matter and content. The paper will have an accompanying CDROM which will contain comprehensive reference listings, internet accessed information, and more detailed field and demonstration studies to enable the decision maker to make the best informed decisions pertaining to remediation technology. Additionally, the paper shall be developed in conjunction with a small group of three Science Advisors both inside and outside EPA. will lead the literature review and EIP preparation and review process. The EIP will be developed relying on peer reviewed literature, EPA reports, references identified by the Science Advisors and any other pertinent information that deems acceptable. The paper will be written for the appropriate audience and should be attractive in appearance, making liberal use of color and graphics, as appropriate. The EB will be developed using the EIP text and reference list. EB will be an abbreviated technology transfer document discussing bioremediation of dioxins.
Effective start/end date12/14/122/28/13


  • EPA: Region 9: $3,765.00


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