Emerging Issues

SERDP and ESTCP efforts focus on the fate, transport, and treatment of emerging groundwater contaminants.  Studies also examine new pathways for human exposure from contaminated groundwater, such as vapor intrusion, with the goal of preventing or mitigating such exposure.

Completed Projects List
Project Title Completed

Secondary Impacts of In Situ Remediation on Groundwater Quality and Post-Treatment Management Strategies

Project Information
Project ID: ER-2129
Principal Investigator: Dr. Kurt Pennell, Brown University
SERDP Jan 1970

Numerical Modeling of Post-Remediation Impacts of Anaerobic Bioremediation on Groundwater Quality

Project Information
Project ID: ER-2131
Principal Investigator: Dr. Robert Borden, Solutions-IES
SERDP Dec 1996

Bioremediation of Hydrazine

Project Information
Project ID: ER-118
Principal Investigator: Mr. Jim Hurley, Air Force Research Laboratory
SERDP Oct 1997

Explosives Conjugation Products in Remediation Matrices

Project Information
Project ID: ER-715
SERDP Oct 1998

In Situ Bioremediation of Perchlorate

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1163
Principal Investigator: Dr. Paul Hatzinger, APTIM Federal Services
SERDP May 2002

In Situ Bioremediation of Perchlorate-Impacted Groundwater

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1164
Principal Investigator: Mr. Evan Cox, GeoSyntec Consultants
SERDP Jun 2002

In Situ Remediation of MTBE-Contaminated Aquifers Using Propane Biosparging

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200015
Principal Investigator: Dr. Robert Steffan, Shaw Environmental, Inc.
ESTCP Jan 2003

In Situ Bioremediation of MTBE in Groundwater

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200013
Principal Investigator: Ms. Karen Miller, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center
ESTCP Apr 2003

In-Situ Bioreduction and Removal of Ammonium Perchlorate

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1162
Principal Investigator: Dr. John Coates, University of California, Berkeley
SERDP May 2006

Perchlorate Removal, Destruction, and Field Monitoring Demonstration

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200312
Principal Investigator: Mr. Edward Coppola, Applied Research Associates, Inc.
ESTCP Oct 2006

Modified Activated Carbon Perchlorate Sorbents

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1428
Principal Investigator: Dr. Wayne Lukens, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
SERDP Jul 2007

Biodegradation of 1,4-Dioxane

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1422
Principal Investigator: Dr. Robert Steffan, Shaw Environmental, Inc.
SERDP Feb 2008

Removal of Perchlorate from Water and Wastewater by Catalytic Hydrogen Gas Membrane Systems

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1430
Principal Investigator: Dr. Chin-Pao Huang, University of Delaware
SERDP Feb 2008

In Situ Bioremediation of Perchlorate in Vadose Zone Source Areas

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200435
Principal Investigator: Mr. Jay Diebold, CB&I Federal Services
ESTCP Feb 2008

Detailed Field Investigation of Vapor Intrusion Processes

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200423
Principal Investigator: Dr. Thomas McHugh, GSI Environmental, Inc.
ESTCP Sep 2008

Bioremediation Approaches for Treating Low Concentrations of N-Nitrosodimethylamine in Groundwater

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1456
Principal Investigator: Dr. Paul Hatzinger, APTIM Federal Services
SERDP Dec 2008

Comparative Demonstration of Active and Semi-Passive In Situ Bioremediation Approaches for Perchlorate-Impacted Groundwater

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200219
Principal Investigator: Mr. Evan Cox, GeoSyntec Consultants
ESTCP Jan 2009

Direct Fixed-Bed Biological Perchlorate Destruction Demonstration

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200544
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jess Brown, Carollo Engineers
ESTCP Jan 2009

In Situ Bioremediation of Perchlorate in Groundwater

Project Information
Project ID: ER-200224
Principal Investigator: Dr. Paul Hatzinger, APTIM Federal Services
ESTCP Jul 2009

Abiotic and Biotic Mechanisms Controlling In Situ Remediation of NDMA

Project Information
Project ID: ER-1421
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jim Szecsody, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
SERDP Aug 2009
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