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Innovative technologies are those that are not in common use and where there is a paucity
of data on the full-scale applications. These technologies include
o ex-situ bioremediation
o in-situ bioremediation
o chemical treatment
o in-situ flushing
u in-situ vitrification
o soil washing
o solvent extraction
o thermal desorption, and
o vacuum extraction
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