Developed by the Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable (FRTR), the DST Matrix contains publicly-funded decision
support software tools for environmental restoration activities from such agencies as the U.S. EPA, DoD, and DoE.
This matrix displays the applicability of each tool to contaminant classes and media types, as well as software
types supported for input/output, and potential team members that will maximize the use of each tool. The purpose of the matrix is not to compare the tools against one another, but rather, to provide an evaluation of the capabilities and uses of the tools to help project managers better understand how to select the tools appropriate for their specific site needs. Also included are direct links to the tool software homepages, the matrix-development report, and case studies that show how select tools can be used as part of a cleanup project.
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