Uses examples and past experience to provide project managers, technology service providers, regulators, and other interested parties with information that may be useful in developing and implementing Triad-specific procurement approaches
Includes information on the types of contaminated sites at which the Triad approach has been used or is well-suited for implementation, including Brownfields, Superfund, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Corrective Action, State Programs, and private sector
Presents six case studies of specific sites and programs for which site investigation and cleanup services have been procured under a Triad framework
Provides general information to assist project managers across levels of government and across agencies
Many federal, state, and local agencies as well as private organizations are developing contracting policies to ensure that service providers and product or equipment vendors conduct their businesses in environmentally friendly ways.
The Greener Cleanups Contracting and Administrative Toolkit identifies procurement mechanisms that can require or specify preference for green remediation strategies during removal actions and remedial response (updated January 2015).