Sustainable remediation column: Sustainable remediation tools.
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A number of sustainable remediation tools are available and provide support ranging from simple qualitative assessments to complex, cradle-to-grave quantitative evaluations. The primary objective of using these tools is to gain a better understanding of the remedy from a net environmental benefit perspective by looking at remediation approaches holistically. In this column, several members of the Sustainable Remediation Forum (SURF) in the United States and in the UK answered the following question: What sustainable remediation tools do you use and what value do they provide? What sustainable remediation tool do you wish you had or would like to see in the future?