Except for these new equations and updated modeling data, the soil screening process remains the same as the one presented in the 1996 SSG. Therefore, this document presents the process in less detail than the original guidance, and focuses instead on specific elements of soil screening evaluation that differ for residential, non-residential, and construction scenarios. Users of this guidance should refer to the SSG User's Guide and Technical Background Document (. EPA, 1996c and 1996b) for additional information on modeling approaches, data sources, and other important details of conducting soil screening evaluations at NPL sites.
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I’m really enjoying your art interspersed amongst the photographs, especially the garlands of flowers and birds and Capital Letters and maps and….well you get the picture! I am “at” Sissinghurst now and want to tell you I read the Portrait of a Marriage and several other books on Vita Sackville-West last year after you wrote about her on your Blog, as well as the fictional “The White Garden” by Stephanie Barron (I forget, did you read that one?). You are constantly broadening my horizons (like with Elizabeth Von Arnim, too) and I thank you for that. The pages of your book are SO beautiful, that I’ve decided to leave it open on a book stand on my desk, turning the page every so often, so I can look at it all the time!
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