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Triad Requirements

There are a number of factors (e.g., appropriate QA/QC, flexible contracting, stakeholder concurrence, etc.) that contribute to successful Triad implementations.

Beyond the primary Triad components (systematic planning, dynamic work strategies, and real-time measurement systems), a successful Triad implementation for hazardous waste site decision-making has several additional requirements. These include:

These requirements are not absolute in all cases for a site to experience at least some of the benefits of a Triad approach. For example, collaborative data sets combined with systematic planning may produce better quality decisions at reduced costs even if real-time measurements systems and dynamic work strategies are not included.

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