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Drinking Water and Groundwater Remediation Cost Evaluation: Granular Activated Carbon is a new software program designed to give valuable "hands on" performance and cost information and analysis, in addition to sensitivity analysis, for anyone working in groundwater remediation or drinking water treatment. The program shows GAC costs and performance for the remediation of hazardous waste sites or drinking water treatment. The program helps you do cost comparisons of the technology against other available technologies. Developed by the EPA and reviewed by prominent academics and consultants, this program will be valuable for hazardous waste consultants and engineers, regulatory personnel, water supply consultants, academics, and state and local environmental officials. The easy-to-use program provides a clearly written manual that includes illustrative examples and guidelines for changing design parameters that influence cost and performance. The program will run on any IBM®-PC or compatible with math co-processor.