active remediation

active remediation

Engaging in some affirmative action to remove contaminants from soil or water. The alternative is passive remediation, which is usually accomplished by normal flushing processes occurring over time.

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There are more than 100 active remediation sites, SRS included.
"We've done almost all the active remediation," Scharmann says, adding that "the contamination that remains there needs to be managed long term."
Users of Gigamon's Traffic Visibility Fabric are able to pass data streams of network traffic to ForeScout's CounterACT solution for device discovery and analysis, network admission, mobile security, endpoint compliance and threat detection, which provides IT real-time inventory and security posture intelligence for active remediation while allowing users to seamlessly connect to the network without disruptions or changes in end-user experience unless necessary.
In their joint article in Science they declare that the only viable method to ensure space remains problem-free for research and commercialization is through active remediation. "Without environment remediation and the wide implementation of existing orbital debris mitigation policies and guidelines, the risks to space system operations in near-Earth orbits will continue to climb."
If these costs were reduced because active remediation of contaminated groundwater was not required in a designated area, then these effects would be negligible.
About 200 of those have already been deemed compliant, while another 200 are in "active remediation," and the others are in active stages of being prepared for remediation, Eristoff told REW.
If a landowner does not accept a deed restriction, Amoco "would have to do active remediation," said Burlingham.
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