HORIZONTAL WELLS CAN LOWER COSTS OF REMEDIATING SOIL, GROUNDWATER

Conventional approaches to soil and groundwater remediation make extensive use of vertical wells that penetrate the various contamination phases-liquid, adsorbed, dissolved, and vapor. But advances in horizontal drilling have added a new dimension to the remediation of hazardous soils and groundwater.

Nov 29th, 1993
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